Silver - now it's time to step on the gas
On the one hand the silver price rises from mid-December to February. On the other hand, a second phase of the price increase begins around the end of June/beginning of July and lasts until almost the end of September. Looking at 52 years, this was true 31 times. Thus, now could be the ideal time to focus on silver investments.
During these two phases silver brought in an average of almost five percent profit. This would be an annual return of more than 22 percent (according to Seasonax). Silver recently reached $18.40 an ounce, its highest level since late February. There are enough silver fans. For example, the silver ETFs covered by Bloomberg achieved enormous inflows (4,150 tonnes) in the second quarter of 2020 - as much as the global silver production in two months.
The silver to gold ratio is currently around 100, and silver in particular has the potential to outperform gold. For investors who have not jumped on the gold bandwagon, although it has probably not yet completely worn out, now seem to be increasingly turning to silver.
Strong demand is also likely to come from industry. China, for example, imported a good twice as much silver in April as in the same month last year. For investors who prefer to flirt with silver companies rather than physical silver, Summa Silver or Endeavour silver could be interesting.
Summa Silver focuses on the exciting historic Belmont gold-silver mine located in Tonopah, Nevada. Since commercial production here came to a halt in 1929, hardly anything has been done. The Tonopah district has produced enormous gold-silver grades (679 grams of silver and 7.3 grams of gold per ton of rock).
Endeavour Silver has been a successful producer with three silver-gold mines in Mexico for almost 16 years: https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/endeavour-silver-virtual-roadshow-investor-presentation/. It also has a number of exploration and development projects in Chile and Mexico.
Current company information and press releases from Summa Silver (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/summa-silver-corp/) and Endeavour Silver (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/endeavour-silver-corp/).
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