SPROTT PHYSICAL SILVER TRUST
Silver investors often make noise of the disconnect in pricing between “paper” and “physical” silver. Many believe that the disparity is a sign of market manipulation. Why should physical silver – coins, bullion bars, or scrap silver – trade at a premium to silver on a futures exchange?
In all reality, some small spread between paper and physical silver is tolerable, if not expected. Physical silver is costlier to store, more expensive more »
Many investors, myself included, believe silver is headed upwards. Rising prices may occur as a result of the fiscal cliff, and they might go even higher on European worries. Silver, as a less expensive alternative to gold, will rise as investors seek to hedge against inflation from out of control Federal Reserve printing presses. Either way, if an investor is bullish on silver they should consider Silver Wheaton (NYSE: SLWmore »)