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1 oz Silver Round - APMEX (2020 Year of the Rat)
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1 oz Silver Round - APMEX (2021 Year of the Ox)
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1 oz Silver Round - APMEX (2019 Year of the Pig)
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1 oz Silver Round - APMEX (2018 Year of the Dog)
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1 oz Silver Round - APMEX (2017 Year of the Rooster)
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1 oz Silver Round - APMEX (2016 Year of the Monkey)
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1 oz Silver Round - APMEX (2015 Year of the Ram)
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1 oz Silver Round - APMEX (2014 Year of the Horse)
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1 oz Silver Round - APMEX (2013 Year of the Snake)
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1 oz Silver Round - APMEX/RMC (.9999 Fine, Co-Branded)
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1 oz Silver Round - APMEX (In TEP)
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1 Oz APMEX Silver Rounds



With these 1 oz APMEX-branded Silver rounds, you can be sure you will receive only .999 fine Silver! All rounds are hallmark-stamped, indicating the exact purity of the Silver content.

When it comes to purchasing Silver rounds, investors and collectors have many options available to them. One popular choice is the 1 oz APMEX Silver Round. These rounds are produced by the American Precious Metals Exchange, one of the leading bullion dealers in the United States. The obverse of each round features the popular “Walking Liberty” design, while the reverse bears the standard “APMEX” logo.

These 1 oz APMEX-branded Silver rounds are a great way to purchase .999 fine Silver. Each round is hallmarked with the exact purity of the Silver content.

The obverse of each round features the popular “Walking Liberty” design, while the reverse bears the standard “APMEX” logo. These rounds are a great choice for investors and collectors alike!

Whether you are a first-time buyer or a seasoned investor, these 1 oz APMEX-branded Silver rounds are a great way to purchase .999 fine Silver.


Invest in Silver Rounds

Silver rounds are excellent investments for individuals who want to purchase physical Silver bullion but don't want to spend a lot of money. Silver rounds are very affordable and can be bought in small denominations, making them perfect for investors who are on a budget.

Silver rounds are often compared to Silver coins, but there are some key differences between the two. First of all, Silver rounds are not legal tender, which means they can't be used as currency. Secondly, Silver rounds are usually not minted by governments, whereas Silver coins are. Lastly, the designs on Silver rounds tend to be much simpler than those on Silver coins.

Silver rounds are also easy to transport and store, and they don't require special care as Silver coins do.

If you're looking for a way to invest in Silver without breaking the bank, Silver rounds are a great option. With their low prices and simple designs, Silver rounds are a great way to add physical Silver to your investment portfolio.



Benefits of Buying Silver

It's natural and even prudent for an investor to question whether a specific asset is a good investment, given the market's volatility. Because Silver has such a tiny market and lacks the same gravitas as Gold, it's especially important.

But at this point in history, there are compelling reasons to add physical Silver to your portfolio (and only one of them is because the price will rise). Here are a few reasons why investing in Silver can be beneficial.

#1 Silver is Real Money

Although Silver isn't a component of our money, it is still money. In truth, Silver and Gold are the most pure form of money since they aren't produced out of thin air (and thus depreciated). By real money, we mean physical Silver rather than ETFs or certificates or futures contracts. Those are paper investments that don't provide you with the same advantages as this report.

Physical Silver is a store of value, just like Gold. Here’s why.

Silver has:
  • No counterpart risk. If you hold physical Silver, you don’t need another party to make good on a contract or promise. This is not the case with stocks or bonds or virtually any other investment.
  • Never been defaulted on. If you own physical Silver, you have no default risk. Not so for almost any other investment you make.
  • Long-term use as money. A scan of monetary history shows that Silver has been used in coinage more often than Gold!

As Mike Maloney says in his best-seller, Guide to Investing in Gold and Silver, “Gold and Silver have revalued themselves throughout the centuries and called on fiat paper to account for itself.”

Owning some physical Silver provides you with a real asset that has served as money for literally thousands of years.

#2 Physical Silver is a Hard Asset

In a world where paper profits abound, digital trading exists, and currency creation is possible, physical Silver remains one of the few assets that you can carry in your pocket anywhere you go, even in another nation. It may be as personal and private as you wish.

Silver is a tangible hedge against any kind of hacking or cybercrime, and it's also an excellent way to protect yourself from the ravages of time.

#3 Silver is Cheap

What if I told you that you could buy a real asset for roughly 1/65th of what Gold costs, and it would protect you as well against inflation? That's exactly what Silver offers! It is much more affordable for the average investor, yet it will maintain your standard of living at the same level as Gold during periods of monetary dilution.

#4 Silver is More Practical For Everyday Small Purchases?

Silver is less expensive to purchase, and it's also more useful when it comes to selling. Silver is ideal for investing since it is more readily available in smaller amounts than Gold.

#5 Silver Outperforms Gold In Bull Markets

Because of this, the price of Silver can be extremely volatile; as a result, it is not an ideal choice for long-term investing. Silver is a tiny market—so little, in fact, that a modest sum of money entering or leaving the industry may have a far more significant impact than other assets (including Gold).

The price of Silver has been steadily increasing over recent years. This higher volatility contributes to the fact that Silver falls more than Gold during bear markets. However, in bull markets, Silver will rise considerably further and faster than Gold.

#6 Silver Inventories Are Falling

Governments and other organizations used to maintain significant stockpiles of Silver. However, global stockpiles are at their lowest levels ever. In reality, the United States, India, and Mexico are the only nations that keep any Silver.

The amount of Silver kept by governments across the world is just a three week supply!

Because currency isn't made of the Precious Metal now, governments don't have much Silver. Governments would be unable to meet future industrial demands if future industrial needs are hard to fulfill.

#7 Industrial Use is Growing

You don't go a single day without using something that includes Silver, despite the fact that it may not appear to be so. Silver is used in virtually every major sector, including as electronics, medical applications, batteries, and solar cells. Whether you're aware of it or not, Silver is all around you.

The scarcity of Silver's properties has made it useful in a variety of industrial applications. In fact, the industry accounts for more than half of all demand for Silver.

Silver has a wide range of applications and uses, and many of them are increasing. Here are a few examples:
  • Cell phones, on average, contain about a third of a gram of Silver, and usage is on the rise across the globe.
  • The typical electric vehicle consumes roughly 25-50 grams of Silver per automobile—nearly twice the equivalent of an internal combustion engine. Electric cars are poised to have such a huge growth in popularity that The Silver Institute predicts automotive demand will become the second-largest source of industrial demand for Silver by 2024.
  • In early 2006, Silver's usage in photovoltaic cells (the main component of solar panels that generates electricity) was almost zero, and it now consumes more Silver than any other application.
  • Another frequent industrial application of Silver is as a catalyst for the production of ethylene oxide (a key precursor in the creation of plastics and chemicals).

There are a number of others, but the major point is that, because to its special features, industrial applications for Silver continue to expand, suggesting that this source of demand should be stable in the future.

However, Silver is lost at a rate of 30% during processing and usage, as much as 30% of all Silver used by the industry is wasted. It's not feasible to retrieve every little flake or shard of paste from millions of discarded items.

As a result, that Silver is gone for good and limits the amount of supply that can return to the market through recycling.

#8 New Supply is Falling

The price of Silver plummeted after it peaked in 2011, falling 72.1% over the next five years. Miners scrambled to reduce expenditures in order to make a profit as a result of the sharp drop. Exploration and development of new Silver mines were one area that was greatly reduced.

#9 World Demand is Growing

Despite the world pandemic, silver demand is increasing worldwide. The majority of major government mints have seen higher levels of sales, with most already at maximum production.

#10 The Gold/Silver Ratio Favors Silver

Finally, the Gold/Silver ratio (the price of Gold divided by the price of Silver) can provide insights into which metal makes better financial sense at any given moment. The balance between the two sets of principles is critical. When one set of values outweighs the other, it's called an imbalance. The ratio may reach a point where there is no longer any equilibrium between them. However, this ratio is not 100% accurate and should not be strictly followed.

Silver hasn't done as well in recessions and stock market downturns as Gold. This is due to its broad industrial usage, which is why it suffers during recessions and stock market panics.

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