By Melissa Shaw
Maria Smirnova of Sprott Asset Management outlines where silver is at today and how investors can profit.
According to Johann Wiebe, lead analyst for Thomson Reuters’ GFMS team, that trend is likely to continue.
By Jocelyn Aspa
Last year, the silver price dropped drastically from $18.29 an ounce at the beginning of 2015 to $13.83 to kick start 2016. No doubt, the silver price has been on the rebound this year, rising 42.66 percent back up to $19.62. Here are a few silver price predictions.
Gold and silver were buoyed after troubles in China this week, while both copper and oil took hits.
Thomson Reuters GFMS published its “Interim Silver Market Review,” commenting that it expects the silver price to average $15.51 per ounce in 2015. Through to November 13, the price had averaged $15.91, down 18.3 percent from the same period last year.
Mineweb published an article that looks at whether the recent shortage in silver coins could mean that a silver price rally is in the cards. In particular, the article points to Capital Economics as being bullish on the silver price.
Sprott Global Resource Investment’s Henry Bonner sat down with Eric Sprott to talk about the gold market and where Sprott is investing his money these days.
Canadian silver production came to 646 tonnes in 2014, and the country is the 10th-largest producer of the metal in the world. While mines in Ontario and Quebec produce most silver in Canada, exploration is taking place British Columbia, Nunavut and Yukon.
May 5 brought the release of the World Silver Survey 2015, an extensive report conducted annually by Thomson Reuters GFMS on behalf of the Silver Institute. The document outlines key silver price, supply and demand trends for 2014 and includes some information into what may be in store for 2015.
As always, there have been plenty of calls for a silver price turnaround, and that theme dominated the top stories on Silver Investing News for the first quarter of 2015. From trend forecasts to talks with industry experts and analysts, predictions regarding the silver price were certainly some of our
Watch David Morgan discuss his expectations for silver and gold prices in 2015, silver supply and demand dynamics and, of course, manipulation.
The Silver Institute’s 2014 interim report has been generating a lot of negative reactions, but in reality it’s not all bad. Plus a look at five silver companies that have seen gains since last Friday’s price jump.
The Silver Institute released a free report titled Silver Investment Demand. It posits that investors will accumulate as many as 1 billion ounces of silver over the next decade largely due to “an ongoing weak global economy.”
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