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The investingnews article is two years old, and thus not relevant to now. The GS blog starts with "Amazing", so I know it's self-serving hype. Ditto a YT video titled "HUGE SILVER SHORTAGE!"


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I bought Krugerrands 20 years ago and sold a few at a time over the course of a few weeks for about $400 short of the 2011 peak. I got a triple from them so no complaints. My exit was a local guy who owned a stationery store in town and his cut was $25 off of spot price which I verified before going to the store. Perhaps I could have saved $5 or $10 by ...


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The fundamental problem with your question is how to determine what a precious metal, or indeed any other good, is worth. The only way to do that is to find out what a willing buyer will pay a willing seller. By that definition, silver is not over-valued. Now it's possible that if the WSB people buy up a lot of silver and hold it, then there will be a ...


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