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Precious metal silver has a bullish outlook for the latter half of 2012, and gold will likely experience that same trend. Silver could see $50 an ounce while analysts are predicting gold to edge towards $1,900 an ounce if the global economy continues on its current path.
Precious metal silver has been relatively stable at a price that many would consider cheap; attracting first time investors and causing long term investors to beef up their holdings. Last week however, silver edged into the $28/ounce territory showing signs that it likely won't remain at this cheap price for very long.
Analysts are firmly set on silver being due for a strong rebound, especially with the recent surge of increased investor interest. Those who have been considering whether or not to invest in silver, should be getting all the information they can and buying right now; ahead of the next boom. With the potential for increased inflation through stimulus efforts in the U.S. and Europe, along with positive global manufacturing outlook data; silver could soar virtually overnight.
Stephen M Smith, managing member of Smith McKenna LLC, has been an expert in the precious metals industry for over two decades. "Most people miss out on investing in silver and the potential wealth creation opportunities because of uncertainty and lack of information. It's the perfect time to learn about a silver investment because historically, silver is exceptionally cheap right now," said Smith who shared his insight on the current precious metals market.
Precious metals should be a part of any investment portfolio as a means of diversification. According to Smith, "Silver could perform stronger and be a better investment vehicle than your IRA/401k." Smith McKenna boasts the cheapest yet most secure investment possible. Their clients benefit from no commission brokers, free insurance, and an unprecedentedly low 0.1% storage fee in licensed third party depositories. Their new business model sets them apart in the precious metal investment industry and as a precious metal broker.
Precious metals are expected to remain strong, especially silver over the next few years. Because of projected interest rates, the stock and bond bubble, and global economic recovery; silver could see a spot price as high as $100 an ounce or more in the near future.
Silver, gold and other precious metals will always be worth more than paper commodities because they are a physical asset and finite in supply. Mined silver has increased very little in 2011 at roughly 1.4% and is expected to be very similar in 2012 as well. As other investment and monetary forms depreciate, precious metals thrive, especially with limited supply.
The greatest approach to investing in silver is looking at the long term outlook and remaining patient. Historically, silver follows a common path and responds similarly to its costlier friend gold. Analysts at HSBC said, "We retain our bullish view on gold for the second half of 2012. We expect prices to rally to above $1,900/oz by the end of the year." Silver will likely follow suit, and could surge to $50/oz.