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How Much is Silver Worth?

WHY YOU SHOULD BUY $100 WORTH OF GOLD & SILVER GOLD SILVER IF YOU INVESTED $100 INTO GOLD IN 1971, IT WOULD BE WORTH OVER $3,040 TODAY IF YOU INVESTED $100 INTO SILVER IN 1971, IT WOULD BE WORTH OVER $I,200 TODAY WHAT DOES $3,040 BUY? WHAT DOES $I,200 BUY? Two 60" Weekend LED Smart Getaway For 4 People 3D HDTVS Six Plane Tickets Groceries for to the Bahamas Four Months (2 People) Pay Your Annual Two New SLR Electricity Bill Twice Cameras THE LOSS OF PURCHASING POWER .. As the purchasing power of the U.S. dollar decreases by the year, investors are turning to precious metals. The public has not yet figured out that the dollar's devaluation is ongoing and that holding physical precious metals rather than cash is an effective way of protecting their purchasing power over time. Grasping the concept of dollar devaluation is difficult for many. One of the most effective methods used to illuminate this concept is through illustrations. We at Money Metals Exchange decided to use a $100 gold/silver investment from 1971 and convert the value into its worth today. %24 Because the Federal Reserve continues The purchasing power of your 1971 dollars not only maintained itself, it increased. But if you had left your $100 in cash, you would still have only $100 in cash, which today only retains about 17% of its former to print money out of thin air, or inject new dollars into the financial system mere keystrokes, real gold and silver will continue to rise in nominal dollar price. We suggest saving in the form of money that stands the test of time, gold and silver bullion. value (even when using the U.S. gov- understated ernment's inflation numbers). PRESENTED BY MONEY METALS EXCHANGE EXC NGE CHANG https://www.MoneyMetals.com Sources: https://www.moneymetals.com/precious-metals-charts CPI Inflation Calculator: http://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/cpicalc.pl 1971 Silver Price = $1.60 2014 Silver Price = $19.20 1971 Gold Price = 40.00 2014 Gold Price = $1,240

How Much is Silver Worth?

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As the purchasing power of the U.S. dollar decreases by the year, investors are turning to precious metals. The public has not yet figured out that the dollar’s devaluation is ongoing and that holdi...

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