August 16, 2012 at 08:59 AM EDT
The Five Minute Guide to Silver ETFs
Silver mining began about 5,000 years ago in Anatolia (modern day Turkey). The metal quickly became the impetus for exploration and the discovery of new worlds as it was a sought-after measurement of wealth, and valued as money, jewelry and for decorative objects. Eventually, the industrial age began to put silver to new uses due to its two important characteristics: of all the known elements – from hydrogen (H; atomic number 1) to Ununoctium (Uuo; atomic number 118), silver is the best electrical conductor and the most reflective. Because of its unique characteristics, silver now has numerous applications in art, industry, science, technology and investments [for more silver news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: Ultimate Guide To Silver Investing Which Silver ETF Is Right For You? SLV vs. SIVR vs. DBS Gold ETFs Shine, Silver ETFs Shine Brighter Seven Recommended Web Guides to Store Gold and Silver Safely The Ultimate Guide to Investing in Silver Coins and Bullion
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