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Silver, an investment opportunity in the new year too – columns

In 2020, physical investments in silver are expected to increase 27 percent, a five-year high.

Especially in the USA, people like to grab silver coins and bars this year. The increase should be around 62 percent compared to the previous year. In the second largest silver market, in India, on the other hand, demand is expected to decrease by around 20 percent for 2020 as a whole. The demand for exchange-traded silver products, the ETPs, was particularly strong this year. These global holdings exceeded a billion ounces of silver for the first time, setting a record high.

The much-observed gold-silver ratio also changed significantly over the course of the year. While it was still at a record high of 127: 1 in March, it is currently around 77: 1. The analysis company Metals Focus expects an average silver price of 20.60 US dollars per ounce for 2020, the highest annual average since 2013. On the production side, silver production was around 6.3 percent lower for the year as a whole, because from China, Mexico and Peru received less silver. Most mines are now producing as they were before the pandemic.

Even if the demand for silver in the industry fell by an estimated nine percent, the demand from the photovoltaic sector is still very high. The forecast surplus in the silver market, the experts suspect, will be absorbed by the strong global investments.

Anyone looking to invest in silver and silver companies should take a look at Kuya Silver or Vizsla Resources. Kuya Silver – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3Ho4RwFfzU – would like to bring the Bethania property in central Peru back to life. Silver, lead and zinc were extracted from the ground there until 2016. The project comprises four concessions and thus 1750 hectares.

In Mexico it is on its Panuco silver-gold mine Vizsla Resources – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Edq1O2-WwU8&t=27s – active. The start of production is not far on the almost 10,000 hectare property.

Current company information and press releases from Kuya Silver (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/kuya-silver-corp/ -) and Vizsla Resources (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/vizsla-resources-corp/ -).

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