goldsilverworlds.com / September 7, 2016
A year ago at this time, it was hard for investors to find available inventory for the most popular silver products – as well as some gold coins. Premiums for the silver American Eagle reached nearly $6.00 per coin. Mints and refiners couldn’t keep up with demand, and long lead times became par for the course across the silver product line.
Today, retail buying of physical silver has slowed considerably. There is lots of inventory in dealer vaults and the number of bullion investors looking to sell is on the rise.
Demand slowed even though nothing has changed the underlying fundamentals of metals markets. The world financial system is even more rickety today than it was in 2007, just before the last crisis. Bullion premiums are at the low end of their range. And prices finally appear to have bottomed and turned up. Yet bullion investors are largely sitting on sidelines.
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