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"A day's wage used to be a silver dime, a silver quarter, or
maybe a silver dollar. 2000 years ago in Rome, a silver denarius
was a day's wage, and that coin was about the size of a silver dime,
too. Even as recently as 100 years ago, a silver dime was a day's
wage. A silver dime today is worth about $1.20, at $12.00/oz. for
silver. If the world returns to using silver as money, that
silver dime might be worth about $150 or more--which is what a day's
wage is in U.S. dollars today. Thus, a $5000 investment in silver
bullion today may be worth about $1.5 million, or more, in the future."
"However, silver is more rare today that it
has ever been. For over 50 years, silver has been consumed in
electronics, because silver is the greatest conductor of electricity
known. We still consume more than we produce. About 900
million oz. of silver are consumed annually, and just under 600 million
ounces mined annually. Thus, there is seven times as much refined
gold as silver... Buy real silver, it is scarce, real wealth, and
cannot go to zero value, and I expect silver may rise in price nearly
300 fold or more due to the insatiable industrial demand and the
scarcity. With that point of view, I began researching and investing in
silver stocks, and this report is the fruit of my efforts, and the
collective wisdom and feedback from my readers." - Jason Hommel
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