Silver is often referred to as “real money” because it is a physical store of wealth that retains its purchasing power over time. It cannot be printed or created at will, unlike paper money.
What Type of Silver is The Best Investment?
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Silver bullion is a form of silver that is manufactured as coins, bars, or ingots. Typically this is the most affordable option for adding silver to your portfolio.
An economy-of-scale rule applies to bullion. Size generally dictates the price; usually the larger the product, the lower the price. Fluctuations in premiums can create more opportunities for compounding ounces. Investors who add large bars to their position typically choose to store their silver.
- 1 oz, 10 oz, 100 oz, and 1,000 oz products
- Bags of 90% silver dimes, quarters, and halves
Old Silver Currency:
- Bags of circulated Peace and Morgan silver dollars
- Certified semi-numismatics for premium-savvy investors
Where Should You Keep Silver?
Physical, deliverable silver is most commonly shipped to our clients. Clients also acquire silver within a number of retirement vehicles; these ounces are typically held in storage. ICA also provides investors the option of storing domestically and internationally.
Why Invest in Silver?
The objective of any investment is to provide both security and growth potential. However, these terms are best defined by the investor’s individual circumstances.
Since the 1970s, ICA has been serving clients in an advisory role to assist them in achieving their objectives. We provide in-depth information on product selection, allocation, and investment strategy to best serve the investor. This strategy may include other monetary or industrial metals such as platinum and palladium.
We provide a truly unique approach as a precious metals firm. We strive to cultivate relationships, anticipate the future, and respect legacy, all while serving our clients with wisdom and integrity.
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