Silver Commodity Research and Analysis

Silver Commodity Research and Analysis

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Silver Commodity Research and Analysis

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Commodity Trade

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Difficult to Expand Short Term Supply?

Not Sensitive to Price Changes?

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Silver Conclusion - Low capacity to increase supply means that an increase in demand for Silver will significantly increase prices.

SWOT Statistics silver SWOT Analysis

Strengths + Opportunities = 7

Threats + Weaknesses = 2

Silver Description Update

Silver is a metal that people have found a wide array of uses for over the years. Silver jewelry, such as silver bracelets, silver rings, and silver necklaces are common. Silver is also used in making high quality forks, knives, and spoons. Hence the term silverware. Silver has also found a home on the industrial front. It is used in electrical conductors and connectors. Some silver compounds, such as a solution of silver nitrate, are also used as disinfectants. In addition to these uses, silver is also used in making mirrors and the production of photo film. These diverse uses allow silver to be one of the world's most versatile metals.

What Increases the Price of Silver?

  • Wide Availability Of Silver Availability of silver makes it a desirable commodity. Transportation and other costs can be limited and reduced because of the many sources of silver. Steady supplies of silver also allow the...
  • Diversity Of The Silver Industry Diversity of the industry is broad. Silver is mined in more than twenty countries. The largest producers of silver to date are Peru, Mexico, China, Australia, Chile, Poland, Russia and the United...
  • Prices Cheaper Then Gold Silver is cheaper than gold, though still valuable, and so is very popular with jewelers who are just starting out and cannot afford to make pieces in gold, or as a practicing material for goldsmith...

What Decreases the Price of Silver?


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