Monex investments in silver

Good investments are hard to find these days but there is one investment field that has been growing since 1990, which is precious metals investing. You can invest in precious metals such as gold or silver, which may be used as long-term investment. Like gold, silver has long been regarded as a form of money and has a store of value. As an investment product, silver is available in coin or ingot form. Through an investments company such as the Monex Deposit Company, you can purchase silver and have it delivered to your home or you can arrange for it to be safeguarded at a bank or depository. There has never been a greater time to buy silver and demand is exceeding supply. Get in on getting your piece of the silver market through Monex today.

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    1. Ok about a year and a half ago I purchased 5 grand worth of silver coins but sure enough I needed a new car so I had to sell them barley breaking even. Of course now they would be worth 10 grand. I used Monex last time and they delivered. Are there any other companies that can beat Monex’s prices that you have personally delt with and recommend because I think I will buy a little bit just to have as an investment thanks in advance.

    2. Ok about a year and a half ago I purchased 5 grand worth of silver coins but sure enough I needed a new car so I had to sell them barley breaking even. Of course now they would be worth 10 grand. I used Monex last time and they delivered. Are there any other companies that can beat Monex’s prices that you have personally delt with and recommend because I think I will buy a little bit just to have as an investment thanks in advance.

    3. I was just wondering if there is a platform for trading precious metals? Something similar to a FOREX platform.

    4. Is bullion silver a worthwhile investment? Are bulk “junk” silver coins better, I’ve read a few things that say yes as they could be used as legal tender? Lastly, I found a site Monex (dot) com, that sells silver bullion, rounds and “junk”, are they a good company?

      I would rather have metal in hand than stock certificates.

      Thank You
      ** Is there a better (cheaper) way of obtaining silver than through Monex?

    5. I’m a college senior looking for something to make small investments in. I don’t have a lot of disposable income but I want to start with something. I wanted thought on buying a few ounces of silver periodically when the money is available to me. Thanks.

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