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Acute Silver Coin Shortage as Demand Hits the Roof

The global silver coin market is in the grips of an unprecedented supply squeeze, forcing some mints to ration sales and step up overtime while sending U.S. buyers racing abroad to fulfill a sudden surge in demand. Silver prices have fallen 7% this year, are on track for their third yearly loss and down by 70% from all-time highs of $50 hit in April 2011.

What it means when Gold and Silver sell at a NEGATIVE price

Consider gold and silver, two obvious long-term stores of value whose prices have been in decline. Bear in mind these are paper prices, i.e. prices set in broken commodities markets, heavily influenced by central banks, and criminally manipulated by investment banks. So is this price really a valid indicator of their worth? Not by a long shot.

Is Silver Intentionally Being Drained And Diverted From The Retail System?

If silver that could be used to stamp silver eagles to meet demand is being exported to India – in the context of the registered silver stock at the Comex dropping like a dead fly, it suggests perhaps that the authorities are intentionally draining the retail silver distribution system in the U.S in order to meet demand obligations offshore.

The Real Story Behind Silver - Check These 5 Charts

As the world continues down the road of self-destruction via its highly leveraged paper financial markets, there’s a much more fascinating story worth looking at. Hidden from the majority of the public and misunderstood by many of the so-called professional metal analysts, is the Real Story Behind Silver.

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