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It certainly should merit respect, since its 20th century performance has far outpaced gold. It’s volatility and superior fundamentals ought to make it much more attractive than gold.
The fact is, gold bugs (with their blind, monomaniacal devotion to gold) miss the point. They are so ideologically wedded to the yellow metal that they overlook both history and facts. It is not a monometallic gold standard that history overwhelmingly demonstrates, but bimetallism. Shortly after I wrote Silver Bonanza for Jim Blanchard in 1993 but before it had been published, Jim teased this gem out of Nobel Laureate economist Milton Friedman: “The major monetary metal in history is silver, not gold.” (I remember it well because the statement struck Jim so strongly that he had it printed up on a sticker and inserted it on the flyleaf of the original 8-1/2 by 11 version.) Friedman was right, of course. For most of mankind throughout most of history, silver has been the much more important monetary metal, familiar as the metal of daily commerce. Gold was used only for very, very large payments, which most people make only rarely, if ever.
Both silver and gold are monetary metals, i.e., they both benefit from monetary demand. (Monetary demand is also called “investment” demand. It is demand for silver as silver, and as an ingredient making something.) Most analysts miss silver’s monetary demand because they focus on silver’s use in industry. Certainly, since silver was politically demonetized beginning in the mid 1870s a vast amount of purely monetary demand disappeared. Today, most silver is used in fabrication, roughly split three ways among silverware and jewellery, photographic, and other industrial uses. But when confidence in central bank issued fiat money begins to fade, when fear strikes investors’ hearts, they run not only to gold, but also to silver. Especially in America.
That demand profile makes monetary demand for silver more important, not less. Why? Because all of that monetary demand hits silver at the margin. Fundamental demand changes only slowly, but monetary demand comes out of nowhere, adding huge, insistent demand for silver at the margin. Because the silver market is so much smaller than the gold market, a new dollar invested in silver also has a much greater affect on the price. That makes silver more volatile than gold, which wears on your nerves but swells your profits.
Most fund managers won’t touch silver with a 10-foot pole. The reason? At around $9 billion, the size and liquidity of the silver market is roughly 20 times smaller than the gold market.
However, it might be a mistake to ignore silver. With supplies continuing to fall and demand continuing to rise, the metal could very well make a very dramatic move to the upside over the next three to six months – even if gold prices fall.
Then there’s Jim Rogers…
As recently as October, Rogers, founder of the Quantum Fund, suggested that the U.S. dollar will continue its decline and that hard assets like gold, silver and agricultural products represented good value in the upcoming inflationary environment.
Unlike gold, silver is used in more commercial and industrial applications. The list is extensive – electrical contacts, mirrors, jewelry, currency coins, photographic films and as a catalyst in many chemical reactions.
However, silver production is dropping. Much of it comes as a by-product of other mining and refining, primarily lead and zinc. But due to plummeting prices created by over-supply, many lead and zinc mines were mothballed back in 2008.
As a result, silver production stalled with lead and zinc – and inventories are now at historic lows.
That’s the supply side of the equation. But what about industrial demand?
In short, it continues to rise. So with silver supplies lagging, silver prices are likely to head in one direction: up.
Gold and silver are like blood brothers – generally in sync with each other and tending to move in the same direction.
The relationship is such that there’s even an indicator that measures it – the gold/silver ratio. Many investors use the ratio to spot extremes in the pricing of either precious metal, and to spot trends, whether up or down.
With gold at $1,191 and silver at $18.63, the ratio currently sits at 64:1 – well above its one-year low from September. But in 2008, the ratio hit 84:1 before retreating.
With individual investors and central banks still buying gold, its meteoric rise shows few signs of stopping… at least for now. As a result, the gold/silver ratio suggests that silver has some catching up to do.
The prospect of a surge in industrial demand, buoyed by investment could see silver reaching as high as $25 per ounce say analysts at CPM Group
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Silver may yet outshine gold in 2010 as spot prices for the white metal respond to the prospect of a surge in industrial demand. With a little additional help from investment demand, silver may even rally into the $25 an ounce range.
So says Chintan Parikh, a commodity analyst at the CPM Group - a leading New York-based commodities research, consulting, asset management and investment banking organization.
"Prices may spike as high as $25," he says. At the very least, it should breach its most recent high, which was set at $20.79 in the spring of 2008, he adds.
Parikh says much of this impetus for higher prices is being driven by the fact that traditional industrial end users of silver, such as the ever-burgeoning global electronics industry, have in recent weeks begun to replenish severely depleted inventories.
In fact, silver inventories became so run-down during the financial crisis that it may take up to six months to fully rebuild them to normal levels. Parikh also notes that demand from the industrial sector tends to be quite price inelastic, meaning that buyers have few options other than to pay prevailing prices.
Another key driver for 2010 will be the advent of new market places for silver, including pent-up demand for silver-zinc batteries in ‘smart' automobiles and an array of portable electronic devices, Parikh says.
In fact, the widespread adoption of silver-zinc batteries is going to be "one of the major drivers behind a rise in prices because it may absorb a lot of silver," he adds. Though this important new application for silver might not necessarily become a major factor in demand for silver as early as next year, it promises to become a very sizeable marketplace, he suggests - especially for automobiles.
Notably, China is forecast to become a huge adopter of electric cars to curtail its rising dependence on foreign oil and to reduce its air pollution. In fact, electric cars and hybrid plug-ins will account for more than half the auto market in China by 2020, according to Dr. Wolfgang Bernhart, an auto industry expert with the international think tank, Roland Berger.
Furthermore, silver-zinc batteries are destined to generate major market share as they are said to be much safer, more environmentally-friendly and far more energy-efficient than lithium-ion batteries (which currently dominate the markets for smart cars and portable electronics).
Also, the ever-expanding industrial sector for silver now includes LCD/plasma television screens, solar panels, water purification and even medical and superconductivity applications. It is also finding a critical new use in biocides (which use silver in chemical agents to kill dangerous bacteria, including superbugs).
GFMS, a renowned London precious-metals consulting firm, concurs that overall fabrication demand (which also includes the photography, jewelry silverware sectors) is expected to rebound to "normal levels" in 2010. And the emergence of key new markets for silver is sure to help power this recovery, according to Neil Meader, research director at GFMS.
It is becoming an increasingly industrial metal and novel new uses will also likely assist the recovery in silver's demand," he says.
However, the restocking of inventories for more of silver's traditional uses will likely be the most powerful demand driver in the near-term, Meader suggests. It may even help propel silver prices into new territory to the extent that "a peak (in prices) could occur late this year or early next year."
The revitalization of industrial demand is an inevitable consequence of silver's growing importance as a high tech metal. In fact, this has grown year on year since 2001 to the onset of the financial crisis. And it only dipped a meager 1.4% to 447 million ounces in 2008.
This long-term growth trend is set against a backdrop of a multi-year rally in silver prices during this time frame, with gold's poorer cousin refusing to be upstaged. It actually tripled in value to average US $15 in 2008 (in spite of its short-lived collapse to around $9). And it is continuing to trend higher this year now that supply/demand dynamics are beginning to reflect a return to a normal economy. All of this clearly demonstrates the price inelasticity of industrial demand.
Ironically, investment demand is also mostly shrugging off higher prices. Not only is there strong physical demand for silver bullion coins and bars, but the recent emergence of silver exchange-traded funds like the iShares Silver Trust is also creating strong additional demand.
Parikh notes that silver offers a safe haven in times of economic upheaval, while it also has the potential for significant investment returns. "Silver is a unique metal that wins whether the economy is going well or is in bad shape," he says. "In the latter, the investor buys it as a hedge against the downturn in the economy and the markets. And if the economy improves, then the industrial demand increases."
All of this is music to the ears of silver miners, who are already ramping up production to satisfy newly resurgent industrial demand for silver.
Great Panther Resources President Bob Archer, for example, says that he believes that higher silver prices next year will significantly boost the company's bottom line from its Guanajuato and Topia mines in Mexico. Great Panther became cash flow positive earlier this year after producing 1.8 million silver equivalent ounces (silver plus by-product metals, including gold, lead and zinc) in 2008.
"In fact, we're quite bullish on silver prices for 2010. I believe that investment demand will be the biggest driver for higher silver prices next year. That said, I'm sure there will also be an increase in industrial demand going forward."
Marc Davies is the editor of Business News Wire BNWNews.ca
According to precious metals consultancy CPM Group, about 9.5 million ounces of gold will be turned into coins this year (including "rounds" and medallions). At $1,000 gold, that's $9.5 billion, or only about one-third of the capital available in China.
The number is more striking for silver: Total coin production this year is expected to hit 35 million ounces, equaling $615 million or just 1.7% of the available capital in China. Of course, a lot of Chinese people want cars and refrigerators, etc., but it won't take much of a shift of this capital into gold and silver to have a major impact on the global retail precious metals market. It may already be under way.
And long-term projections show the demographic trend won't slow down: The middle class in China is expected to increase by 70% by 2020. So over these next 10 years, more Chinese and more money will be coming into the precious-metals markets, all at a time when inflation is almost certain to be high, adding to gold and silver's appeal. Couple this with China's long-standing cultural affinity for gold and you have the makings for a potentially life-changing gold rush
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Sterling silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by weight of silver and 7.5% by weight of other metals, usually copper. The sterling silver standard has a minimum millesimal fineness of 925.
Pair of sterling silver forksFine silver (99.9% pure) is generally too soft for producing large functional objects; therefore, the silver is usually alloyed with copper to give it strength, while at the same time preserving the ductility and beauty of the precious metal. Other metals can replace the copper, usually with the intent to improve various properties of the basic sterling alloy such as reducing casting porosity, eliminating firescale, and increasing resistance to tarnish. These replacement metals include germanium, zinc and platinum, as well as a variety of other additives, including silicon and boron. A number of alloys, such as Argentium sterling silver have appeared in recent years, formulated to lessen firescale or to inhibit tarnish, and this has sparked heavy competition among the various manufacturers, who are rushing to make claims of having the best formulation. However, no one alloy has emerged to replace copper as the industry standard, and alloy development is a very active area.
Ini adalah satu contoh perak 999 yg dibuat sebagai barang kraf. Berat adalah 8.2 gm, 999.Panjang lebih kurang 2 inc 1/2. Harga RM 60. Sekarang RM 45 Stok terhad hanya ada 2. Boleh di buat loket atau brooch
The ratio gold and silver it is the number of Kilogrammes of silver which one can buy with one kilogramme of gold.
This ratio has varied greatly through history :
90 Was the ratio of silver to gold when the price of an ounce of silver was at a low in 1991. With one kilogram of gold one could buy 90 kilograms of silver.
51Was the average ratio of the price of gold to silver in 2007.
17 Was the gold / silver ratio at the time of the record gold and silver prices in 1980.
15 Was the official ratio of gold to silver during the great period of Bi metallism, 15 ½ for France (1803), 15.68 for the USA (1800), 14,29 for England (1806).
12 Was the gold/silver ratio in Antiquity in Rome.
12.5 Was the ratio in Greece at the time of the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC.
The ratio of production and reserves of gold and silver:
13 Is the ratio of world production from 1493 to 1931. For this 400 year period 13 times more silver than gold was produced.
8 Was the ratio of silver to gold production in the world in 2006. What is being said is that eight times more silver than gold was produced in 2006.
7.64 It the ratio of all production of gold and silver during one century (1900-2003). In the 103 year period, there was 7.64 times more silver than gold produced in the world.
6.4 Was the ratio of the ground reserves of silver to gold in 2000.
- It is astonishing to see that we produce 8 times more silver than gold, that the reserves are 6 times larger, but that the price of the silver is 50 times lower.
- Over the period of the history one kilo of gold was exchanged between 10 and 90 kilograms of silver, today it is exchanged at 51.
- During the raw materials bear market, silver suffered much more than gold. Silver has already caught up with part of the lag in its price, but there still is a way to go.
The price of an ounce of silver will continue to increase more quickly than that of gold. For example, if the gold price rises 100%, the price of silver can increase between 100 and 600% depending on the evolution of the ratio.
With gold at 2000 dollars, the price of an ounce of silver may be between 40 and 100 dollars. As more time passes it is more probable that the ratio will go lower, be patient.
The ratio of silver to gold, currently at 62.35, will be “cut in half” in the next three to five years as millions of people in South Asia and China buy the metal as an alternative because they can no longer afford gold, Smith said. Silver has soared 46 percent this year to $16.65 an ounce.
If the Gold / Silver Ratio is set to fall further, how could traders play it...?
WHETHER YOU'RE in gold or silver, you should have enjoyed a happy 2009 to date, writes Julian Murdoch at Hard Assets Investor.
As of last Friday's close, gold was at $1,056.40, up 20% year-to-date vs. the Dollar. Silver has done even better; it was up 56% to settle at $17.72 an ounce.
The upward trend has many investors going long in both metals, but there's more you can do with Gold and silver than just buy and hold. You can also play the two metals off one another – but to do it successfully, you must first understand the ever-changing Gold / Silver Ratio.
The Gold / Silver Ratio tells you the number of ounces of silver it would take to purchase one ounce of gold. And if you examine Gold and silver prices reaching back 100 years or more, the historical ratio most commonly quoted is 30:1, where 30 ounces of silver would have bought you one ounce of gold.
But if you look at shorter periods, say the last 12 years for example, the ratio has held closer to 60:1, meaning that it takes lots more silver to buy one ounce of gold. And in just the past three years, the ratio has fluctuated from 45 to 85, driven by the volatility in the individual price of the metals themselves.
As of last week's close, the Gold / Silver Ratio was sitting slightly below 60 ounce
Of course, looking at the ratio in a vacuum tells you nothing – it's just a number, after all. It's only after you factor in the dimension of time and the price movements underlying the number that you can make sense of the Gold / Silver relationship.
What's driving the ratio down over time? The Gold / Silver Ratio will drop if either: 1.Gold decreases more than silver does; 2.Silver increases more than gold does.
This latter case is what we've seen so far in 2009. Since the beginning of the year, both metals have had great returns, but silver has outperformed gold, increasing 56% year-to-date, while gold only increased 20%.
Consequently, that has pushed the Gold / Silver Ratio down. And just how low could the ratio go? Could it ever, say, return to its historical average of 30:1...?
If so, we'd have to see one of the following occur:
•With silver remaining stable around $17.55 an ounce, Gold would need to plummet to $531.67;
•Silver would need to almost double to $35.21 if gold held steady at $1056.40.
In perhaps the most likely scenario for a lower Gold / Silver Ratio, gold would need to see some retrenchment, combined with continued strength in silver.
The idea of gold plummeting back below $600 without affecting silver, or silver doubling to $35 with gold holding steady, is pretty outrageous. But there is some support for the possibility we might see silver gains decoupling from gold's coattails.
Back when Gold broke the $1000 mark for the first time, in March 2008, silver was trading above $20 an ounce. Now, it's trading in a $16-$18 range. The disparity could indicate silver may be undervalued right now by historical standards.
In addition, silver's fundamentals are improving. With around 50% of silver demand coming from industrial applications such as batteries, electrical switches and other components, analysts have predicted that as the economy recovers, so will demand, thus pushing silver prices higher, as David Thurtell, an analyst with Citigroup in London, reckons:
"Silver is set to benefit from stronger gold, but also the improving outlook for global industrial production."
Meanwhile, the other side of the ratio, gold may not be able to sustain its current price levels, some industry analysts believe. In Harmony Gold's 2009 annual report, CEO Graham Briggs told shareholders recently that gold was still being affected by consumer and investor uncertainty. And in a recent Forbes article, David Wilson, an analyst with Societe Generale, stated that gold's weak fundamentals simply couldn't support last week's high of $1070.40 an ounce.
Yet we still see experts like Jim Rogers predicting gold will soon hit $2000 an ounce. And with weakening gold fundamentals combined with forecasts of high prices, the ratio play right now may be that the Gold / Silver ratio stays on its downward path.
Investors looking to play that trend have several options. Some die-hard precious metals aficionados approach the ratio literally, managing physical stores of the two metals based on ratio targets. Under this strategy, the ultimate goal is typically to increase the number of ounces of gold held, without any real regard for cash price.
For example, let's say the Gold / Silver Ratio is currently at 60, but I think it's going to 30. I can then sell one ounce of gold for 60 ounces of silver, and when the ratio hits 30, I can use my 60 ounces of silver to buy back two ounces of gold. Voila! I have doubled my physical gold holdings.
Of course, if the ratio goes to 120 instead, my 60 ounces of silver only buy me half as much gold as I'd originally held. In some ways, this style of trading feels a bit like playing the child whose older brother convinced him to trade his quarter for two dimes.
A more traditional, but complex, financial strategy would be to make a precious-metals-neutral play. Sell gold short and invest – dollar-for-dollar – in silver. Overall, your exposure to precious metals, given that gold and silver often take similar paths, would be flat. One way to do this would be to sell short shares in the SPDR Gold Trust (NYSE Arca: GLD) and invest, dollar-for-dollar, in the iShares Silver Trust (NYSE Arca: SLV). Then it becomes a simple matter of adjusting your holdings depending on which way you feel the ratio will move.
In this trade, you only lose money if gold continues to ramp up and silver stays flat, or if silver collapses. Should both metals rally, you end up even.
Investors with a bigger appetite for risk (perhaps we should say speculators) can carry out the same play using options. Both GLD and SLV offer active options, and for the low price of $9.50 right now you can buy the right to sell GLD for $100 in January of 2011. Likewise, for $3.50, you can get the right to buy SLV at $17.
Such plays are not for the faint of heart, of course, but if you're a true believer in the ratio and its continued reversion to that long-term historical average, it's definitely possible to put a lot of money to work that way. But as always, trader beware!
One reason for silver's surging investment potential is simple: Silver is real money.
With government spending getting out of control, silver is where the smart money is going.
Remember that during the similar economic climate of the 1970's, silver went on an unprecedented rocket ride from $1.29 per ounce to just shy of $50... an increase of nearly 3,733%.
And while I can't guarantee that you'll see a 3,733% return over the next few years, I believe you could make a heck of a lot more money in silver over the next few years than you could holding ordinary stocks, bonds, or mutual funds... and even gold.
Take a look at these two charts showing the demand for silver coins — what I consider to be real money --taking off:
Fundamental changes in the market like these could send silver soaring to $50, $100 and even back to historical highs above $1,000/oz (in 2009 dollars).
Recently, we told you the U.S. government has created a little-known way to own silver-—real, hold-in-your-hand silver--for just $1.25.
I hope you took advantage of that opportunity.
Because, now you’ll need $1.37 for the same opportunity…
That’s the bad news.
But the good news is: we could still be at the earliest stages of a historic run-up.
In fact, now that the move higher has been confirmed, this could be your last, best chance to own real silver.
And let me remind you, this has nothing to do with stocks. And nothing to do with options or anything risky like that.
Why should this government-created silver investment be of interest to you?
Well, I believe silver is still set to explode even further in the coming years... and this is still one of the best and cheapest ways to own it.
Fact is, since we made this report available over the summer, we have been able to see gains on this investmentof nearly 33%… if that continues to play out, could see 12 month gains of 132%.
By the way, you won't see any ads for this investment. I doubt any broker or financial advisor will tell you about it. And if you look on the Internet, there's not a single mention there either.
Yet, I believe this could be one of the easiest and most profitable investments you can make over the next few years.
It's not too late though, already, silver is one of the best-returning assets of 2009(nearly 3-TIMES higher than gold).
And I believe the recent run in silver is just the beginning. Keep in mind, during similar financial times (for example in the 1970s), silver prices shot up 3,733%.
Silver is a precious white metal which symbol is Ag. Its name comes from the Latin Argentum. Its melting temperature is 961 ° and its density is 10 490 kilogramme/m3.
Industrial use of silver is often associated with the declining use of film, then it represents only 1 / 10 of its use. Silver is used for its conductivity (electronic) and properties bactericidal (nanotechnology of Health). Since the advent of digital photography, industrial demand has largely offset the decline in demand for photographic film. Physical properties of silver: ductility, conductivity, malleability, make its industrial use is increasing every year. Industrial demand for silver represents half of the silver in the world. Silver is used for its qualities in the electronic conductivity of quality: mobile phones, printed circuit, solar cell. As conductor of electricity, It is best than copper or gold. Diamond is the best driver, but it is much more expensive and less convenient as you will agree. Silver is also used for its bactericidal properties (clothing, bandages, refrigerators, water purifiers, dental amalgam ,...). Silver is also used as a catalyst, for soldering or welding in the manufacture of battery, mirror. The jewel is the second source of consumption of silver with a small quarter of the requests, and one small quarter of the demand comes from photography, coins, and silver medals.
On the supply side, 8 / 10 are provided by mining, 2 / 10 by recycling (sales of central bank silver declines). This is the recycling of silver that makes up the difference between demand and world production of silver. However, it is increasingly difficult to launder silver, given the decline in photographic film and the rise of industrial use. It is indeed used in many products in small quantities.
Silver Bar buatan tangan oleh tukang Emas/perak. Nilai berat adalah dalam lingkungan 99.50 sehingga 100.5 gm. Di mana, buatan tangan ini agak sukar untuk mendapat ketepatan seperti di buat oleh mesin. Namun begitu, "purity' adalah 999 atau perak sepuluh bahasa yg biasa digunakan di Kelantan.
Harga Perak yg semakin tinggi telah mendapat perhatian ramai masyarakat utk mengenali dan memahaminya dgn lebih dekat lagi. Oleh itu, adalah wajar bagi anda yg baru ingin mengetahui mengenai perak ini mendapatkan artikel di sini atau di sini http://www.publicdirham.blogspot.com/ .
Pengisian ilmu dan memahaminya dari sudut Islam dan pelaburan akan menyebabkan anda akan mengetahui hala tuju sebenarnya. Oleh sebab itu, anda akan mengetahui apakah sebenarnya yg diwar-warkan oeh pihak kami selama ini.
Secara amnya, ada beberapa sudut yg boleh dilihat mengenai emas atau perak ini. Sama ada ia dilihat sebagai pelaburan atau aset. Kedua-duanya adalah sama, tetapi agak berbeza. Jika di ambil pelaburan sebagai Subjek, maka anda hanya akan melihat prospek nilai logam tersebut dari segi kenaikan harga dan keuntungannya sebagai faedahnya. Masa adalah memainkan peranan yg penting dan juga keadaan pasaran masa kini bagi mereka yg terlibat sebegini. Manakala, jika dilihat drp perspektif sebagai satu aset.. maka ia akan berlainan pendekatannya.
Apabila melihat sebagai satu aset, anda akan memikirkan bagaimana anda ingin memperolehi aset ini dan menambahnya dari semasa ke semasa. Bukan bermakna anda tidak mengambil kira nilainya, tetapi anda melihatnya sebagai satu aset pemilikan yg setara dgn Rumah atau tanah dll. Jadi, anda akan menyimpannya, bukan sekadar keuntungan tetapi sebagai satu pemilikan. Yang mana hasil pemilikan ini akan dilihat kesan ketaranya dalam jangka masa panjang. Ia juga bermakna anda tidaklah terdesak utk memiliki logam ini sebagai satu cara mendapat sumber kewangan semata-mata. Tapi, ia lebih kepada alternatif simpanan drp duit lebihan belanja bulanan yg ditukarkan kpd bentuk aset. Hanya, jika berlaku situasi yg tertentu anda perlu mencairkannya utk mengatasi masalah tersebut.
Sebgai contoh, anda telah menyimpan 1 dinar setiap bulan selama 5 tahun, bersamaan 60 dinar. Katakan nilai sekarang ialah RM 500, dan 5 tahun lagi akan menjadi RM 800 = 1 dinar. 5 tahun akan datang aset dinar anda adalah bernilai RM 48,000. Anda tidak akan merasai sebanyak itu jika anda menyimpan pada setiap bulan tanpa gagal. Anda hanya merasakan anda hanya menyimpan 60 keping dinar sahaja. Nampak, hasilnya dalam jangka masa panjang. Dan, jika sesuatu berlaku anda dlm masa 5 tahun tersebut yg mana memerlukan wang, anda hanya perlu mencairkan aset anda dan selesaikan masalah anda.
Jadi, lihatlah dari 2 sudut yg berlainan, iaitu sebagai pelaburan dan juga satu lagi ialah pemilikan aset.
Only a small third of silver production comes from the production of silver mines, the rest comes from a small third of mine production of zinc and lead, a quarter of the copper mines and one-eighth of gold mines (the natural alloy of gold and silver is called electrum). That silver is expensive or not, it has little importance for ¾ producers silver in the world because they are producers of zinc, lead, copper and gold before being producers of silver. I am not saying that this does not concern them, but the price of zinc, lead, copper and gold that matter most to them. These metals are their primary source of income, silver is only one income. The price of silver is like the “icing on the cake”. For this reason the production of silver is unique, it depends on the fundamentals of zinc, copper, lead and gold. As production of platinum is separated from the palladium, the money is inseparable from the production of gold and industrial metals such as copper, zinc and lead. Thus the first five silver producing countries are all part of the top 5 producers of copper, zinc, lead and gold.
According to the USGS silver production in the world in 2008 is estimated at 20 900 tonnes of silver or 671 million ounces of silver, a new record for silver production. In 2007, production was 20 800 tonnes of silver, or 668 million ounces of silver. Silver production has benefited from record zinc prices in 2006 / 2007, of copper from 2006 to 2008, lead in August 2007, gold and silver in 2008. It is therefore not surprising that 2007 and 2008 to be record years for the production of silver. However, the end of 2008 and early 2009 have seen the price of zinc, copper, lead to collapse below their current production. At that time the bank funding disappears and capitalization mine down, and this will have consequences on the production of silver in 2009 despite the high price of gold and silver.
Kami ingin memaklumkan kepada semua peminat perak. Harga Perak Mentah dan jongkong akan kekal sebegini (boleh dilihat di blog ini) sehingga 31 okt 09... Ini kerana, kami menawarkan kemudahan utk anda di waktu sekarang ini..
1. Peru produced 118.5 million ounces of silver in 2008, 17.6% of world production of silver. The four largest mines of Peru produce 47.2% of the silver of the country, 55 million ounces of silver produced in 2008. The production of silver has almost doubled since 1998 from 65 million ounces of silver to 118 million ounces of silver (3 685 tonnes of silver).
These four mines primarily produce zinc, gold, copper and even molybdenum. The production of silver is an associate production. Peru is the largest producer in the world of silver, the second largest producer of copper, the third largest producer of zinc, lead the fourth and fifth gold. His first producer of silver is the result of the high level of the four other productions.
2. Mexico is the second largest producer of silver. In 2008, Mexico produced 96.4 million ounces of silver (3 000 tonnes of silver). Mexico is to silver production that South Africa was to gold production. Mexico has lost its position as leading producer of silver in favor of Peru in 2002. Mexico is also the 6th producer of zinc and lead producer 5th.
3. Silver production in China is 83.5 million ounces of silver in 2008 (2600 tonnes of silver). China is the 3rd producer of silver in the world. The main reason is probably the most important Chinese production of zinc. Indeed, China is by far the largest producer of zinc in the world. China is also the 1st largest producer of lead and gold.
4. Chile has produced 64.3 million ounces of silver (2 000 tonnes of silver) last year which gives him the rank of fourth largest producer of silver. This large production of silver is closer to its position as the world's largest producer of copper.
5. Australia is the fifth largest producer of silver in the world with a production of 57.8 million ounces of silver (1 800 tonnes of silver). Australia is also the 2nd largest producer of zinc and lead, 4th largest gold and 5th place for copper. Australian production of silver is only a by-product of these metals.
6. The majority of the production of silver from Poland which is the 6th largest producer of silver with 41.7 million ounces of silver (1300 tonnes of silver) comes to 90% of one copper mine.
The 7th and the 8th largest producer of silver are the USA with 40.5 million ounces of silver (1 260 tonnes of silver) and Canada with 25.7 million ounces of silver (800 tons of silver). They both were the world's leading producers of silver in the early 1970s, are both below their level of production time.
The production of silver depends on ¾ of the mine production of copper, zinc, lead and gold. The production of silver depends on the prices of these metals that the price of silver itself!
The production of silver increased while production of copper, zinc, lead and gold increased. The fact that the first five silver producing countries are also the leading producer of copper, zinc, lead and gold is not a coincidence but geology. I have already broached the subject of production of gold and zinc, there are two unknown copper and lead. I write about these two metals in the coming months to give you all the pieces of the production silver in the world.
Silver has attracted man's interest for thousands of years. In ancient times, silver deposits were plentiful on or near the earth's surface. Relics of ancient civilizations, include jewelry, religious artifacts, and food vessels formed from the durable, malleable metal.
In 1792, silver assumed a key role in the United States monetary system when Congress based the currency on the silver dollar, and its fixed relationship to gold. Silver was used for the nation's coinage until its use was discontinued in 1965.
At the turn of the century, an even more important economic function was emerging for silver, that of an industrial raw material.
Today, silver is sought as a valuable and practical industrial commodity, and as an appealing investment. The largest industrial users of silver are the photographic, jewelry, and electronic industries.
Ditempah khas oleh Pak Arab drp Arab Saudi. Boleh bayangkan berapa beratnya tak?
Tapi, ada expert berpendapat ia bukan lah 100% drp Perak... Ini kerana logam perak agak berat...
Kesahihan cerita ini belum dapat dipastikan, namun begitu ia pernah keluar di dalam Ths Star awal tahun ini jikat tidak silap.
Moral of the story, Perak ni semakin di gemari dan menjadi kegilaan orang ramai masa kini. Lebih-lebih lagi, setelah harganya yg semakin naik sekarang ini.
APA LAGI, BELI PERAK SEKARANG.... SEBELUM HARGA MELAMBUNG NAIK
Perak atau argentum (daripada bahasa Latin Argentum, daripada Bahasa Yunani ἀργήντος - argēntos) ialah sejenis logam kimia keunsuran yang mempunyai simbol Ag dan nombor atom 47. Perak berwarna putih berkilau dan adalah sejenis logam peralihan.
Kekonduksian (keberaliran) elektrik logam perak adalah yang paling tinggi bagi kesemua unsur manakala kekonduksian haba logam perak adalah yang paling tinggi bagi logam-logam. Perak wujud dalam semula jadi dalam bentuk tulen (perak asli), namun boleh juga diperolehi dalam bentuk aloi dengan emas (elektrum) atau dalam banyak jenis mineral (sebagai contoh argentit dan klorargirit). Logam perak kebanyakannya diperoleh daripada hasil sampingan perlombongan tembaga, emas, plumbum dan zink.
Logam ini telah diketahui semenjak zaman dahulu kala lagi dan memang telah lama dianggap sebagai logam berharga. Perak digunakan untuk menghasilkan bahan perhiasan, barang kemas, peralatan dan perkakas dapur yang bernilai tinggi dan duit syiling. Pada masa kini, logam perak digunakan untuk menghasilkan konduktor (pengalir) elektrik dan penyambung elektrik. Logam ini juga digunakan dalam pembuatan cermin dan dalam pemangkinan tindak balas kimia. Sebatian perak pula digunakan dalam filem fotografi. Larutan cair argentum nitrat dan sebatian-sebatian perak yang lain digunakan untuk menghasilkan bahan nyakjangkit. Walaupun penggunaan antimikrob ini telah kebanyakannya digantikan oleh penggunaan antibiotik, kajian lanjut masih dilaksanakan untuk mengkaji potensinya dalam bidang klinikal.
Pada umumnya terdapat beberapa kategori perak mentah ini. Secara umumnya di kebanyakan dalam pasaran Malaysia ini (terutama si semenanjung Malaysia) terdapat dua jenis. Kebanyakan sumber adalah daripada proses peleburan semula dan pengasingan. Atau di sesetengah tempat masyarakat menggelarnya 'Perak Tarik' atau 'Perak Sepuluh' yg bermaksud perak tulen yg dihasilkan drp proses peleburan dan pengasingan.Hasil drp proses ini, anda akan dapati bentuknya adalah seperti bertih jagung berkilat. Lihat gambar.
Ada juga yg berbentuk seperti 'ball bearing' yg mana agak susah diperolehi. Kebanyakannya, ia diimport drp luar. Mengikut kata tukang emas/perak, perak yg berbentuk seperti 'ball bearing' ini adalah lebih mudah utk dibentuk. Nmaun begitu, nilai atau grednya tetap sama. Lihat gambar.
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P/S: Perak yg ditawarkan adalah jenis Raw Material
Bagi para peminat emas dan perak. Nantikan kemunculan jongkong perak dan dirham perak yg akan diperkenalkan tidak lama lagi. Oleh kerana harga emas dan perak semakin naik, inilah masa untuk kita melabur dgn perak bagi mendapatkan keuntungan maksima dalam jangkamasa pendek... (dalam 6 bulan mengikut perkiraan kadar kenaikan harga sekarang). Bagi anda yg mempunyai modal sederhana bolehlah berbuat demikian. Ini kerana anda harus menyimpan perak tersebut sebelum menjual semula. Lagipun kosnya adalah lebih rendah drp emas, cuma tiada institusi atau syarikat yg secara rasmi menerima semula penjualan perak ini. Namun begitu, kalau anda kenal Omar Kulim, beliau adalah satu-satu individu yg menerima semula perak untuk dijual....
Oleh itu, bersedialah utk menerima kehadiran logam baru yg bakal menyaingi emas satu hari nanti. Ini semua termaktub di dalam hadis nabi, di mana suatu hari nanti hanya emas dan perak yg berharga. Insyaallah, jika semua berjalan dgn lancar, satu sistem yg lebih praktikal akan diperkenalkan dan di selaraskan dari segi harga, mutu dan juga kualitinya bagi memudahkan para peminat PERAK ini.
Silver prices typically advance when gold futures rise, but event though silver futures were trading higher on Monday, Oct 12, 2009, gains are only matching gold price swings as the dollar continues to lead metals trading action.Silver contracts rose 0.145, or 0.82%, to trade at $17.835 by 1pm ET Monday despite the Columbus Day holiday in the US and Thanksgiving holiday in Canada. But all that glitters seems to be gold, which was trading up $8.90 per ounce, or 0.85%, at $1057.50, looking more like it would begin a new week's rally in precious metals all over again.
Standard Bank commodity analysts said that while the dollar was greatly influencing the price swing for silver and gold, other factors were at work.
The metals analyst at Standard Bank held to their forecast of $1,100 gold in the fourth quarter of 2009, citing growing demand for the precious metals by commodity investors.
Anda boleh membeli dengan nilai sekecil 50 gm. Kos penghantaran tambahan Semenanjung adalah seperti berikut: Nilai di bawah 500 gm Rm 12 Nilai 1 kg Rm 20 500gm berikutnya Rm 8 Sabah/ Serawak : Nilai di bawah 500 gm Rm 18 Nilai 1 kg Rm 30 500gm berikutnya Rm 12
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