Many of the top precious metal analysts state that gold is the premium asset and insurance hedge during a financial collapse but if we look at the data during the near collapse of the U.S. banking and financial system in 2008, gold wasn’t the most sought after precious metal, it was silver. As such, when the next much more dire financial crisis appears, physical silver demand will more than likely totally overrun supply. Got silver?
The above edited excerpt comes from an article (plus a chart of the silver:gold ratio – physical bar & coin investment over the past 10 years) which can be read in its entirety HERE.
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