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Don’t miss out: Silver buying opportunity

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With the gold price making headlines once again it can sometimes be a bit too easy for silver to disappear into the background. But this is when it’s even more important to pay attention to the silver price, given its relationship with the yellow metal. So it was with great interest that I spoke to David Morgan, the Silver Guru himself, on GoldCore TV.

Astonishingly it’s been nearly two years since we last spoke to David, so as you can imagine there was a lot of ground to cover in this short 30 minute interview. From the gold and silver ratio, to the decoupling of the silver price from gold, to the shortage of silver through to the role of silver as a metal of war. 

 We talk about whether or not silver has been “disenfranchised” as money over the past century in favour of gold. And also take a look at how industrial demand for silver from sectors like solar panels will continue to increase dramatically.  So will it be industrial demand or investment demand that serves the silver market best in the future? And is it still the metal of war?  We look at geopolitical instability and concerns about fiat currencies as potential catalysts for renewed interest in silver. 

As ever let us know your thoughts on the interview. Do you agree with David’s outlook on silver? Has this interview got you thinking about your next silver investment? Let us know!

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