Silver as the key metal of the future
Silver could also be called the new gold. Demand from industry will grow.
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The demand from the photovoltaic industry alone is gigantic. A double-digit increase in the installation of the environmentally friendly systems is forecast for this year. The biggest growth is expected from the markets of India, the USA, China and Europe. So, the shift away from fossil fuels to renewables will create a huge demand for silver. It is also interesting to note that world stocks of silver have declined in recent decades, while gold has increased. Add to that the rising affluence in emerging markets, which will lead to more electric vehicles, energy demand, and electronic items as well. Smartphone sales and the rollout of the 5G network are doing the rest.
In the jewelry industry, especially from China and India, the appetite for silver jewelry should increase as the corona crisis eases. Analysts see massive price fluctuations in the gold charts, while in silver the charts are uniformly bullish. According to the Silver Institute, the current uncertainties and the inflation that continues to accompany us should prompt private investors to make more investments in silver. This is because, like gold, silver serves as a means of preserving value over the long term. Overall, many analysts therefore assume that silver could develop better than gold in terms of price in the course of the year. That's because even though many commodities are expected to see price increases, silver could prove to be a winner. When looking at silver companies, Tier One Silver and Kuya Silver are appealing.
Tier One Silver - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tXQOoVb9wQ - is active in Peru with a focus on silver, gold and base metals. The Curibaya project is of particular importance.
Kuya Silver - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Kq-B7bj0zk - is working to revive the previously producing Bethania mine in Peru.
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