1oz Silver International Trade Bar is popular with investors across the globe and one of the cost-effective ways of buying precious metal, these silver bars represent a good first step on the investment ladder.
Struck by a private refinery, in this case, the International Trade Bullion (ITB), based in the South Western United States, the 1 oz. Silver International Trade Bar contains 1 Troy ounce of .999 fine silver. Distinct in design, the bar incorporates an abstract pattern with stylish lettering which clearly denotes the weight and grade of the silver used.
Purchasers of products from the International Trade Bullion have expressed praise for both its quality and affordability, making it an excellent first step on the investment ladder.
The International Trade Bullion utilizes 100% recycled silver for the bars, which is refined to the point that it is .999 fine silver. Hence, these bars meet the same rigorous standards as silver bought from the US Mint or Canadian Royal Mint, such as the Silver American Eagle or Maple Leaf coins.
The ITB operation is a state-of-the-art facility in which all aspects of the manufacturing process are integrated, from recycling to refining, rolling to striking. Drawing on the expertise of their in-house chemists, technicians, and artisans, the ITB works to the most exacting standards, meaning you can be assured of the purity and quality of the final product. In addition, the ITB produces premium metals including its popular 1oz Silver International Trade ROUND. Build up your investment portfolio today.
Overview of the 1oz Silver International Trade Bar:
- Metal: Silver
- Purity: .999
- Weight in oz: 1 troy oz
- Weight in grams: 31.1035 grams
- Cost-effective precious metal investment
Why Invest in Silver?
Throughout history, Silver has proven to be one of the most popular commodities in the world and remains so today. In fact, in 14 languages worldwide money and silver are the same words. Today, Silver is pipped at the post only by oil as the most used commodity.
In addition to its intrinsic value as a precious metal, Silver is also valued by a number of industries for its ability to resist corrosion, malleability and conduct both electricity and heat. Hence silver is increasingly utilized in telecommunications, medical, energy and automotive industries.
The lower price of silver, when compared to gold, makes it an attainable investment for first-time investors and represents a good way to build up your investment portfolio. Unlike Gold, Silver has remained impervious to confiscation from governments.
The demand for silver continues to rise based on both the increased industrial use and the popularity of precious metals in countries such as China and India - furthering worldwide demand.