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Are You A Silver Bug?

By Kristen Cox

What is a silver bug? If you’re unfamiliar with this term, it is likely that you’ll regard this as some sort of medical disease involve parasites. This cannot be further from the truth. Silver bugs are essentially a term that refers to those who are in love with the silver metal. These people will literally examine every silver-ish looking coins that they encounter and keep those that they believe have a high pure silver content. There are various sellers of such metal everywhere at all and many will be willing to impart with their unneeded scrap or junk.

The reasons for their actions are aplenty but some have chosen to do so specifically because they have a great liking towards the visual appeal as well as the historical past behind silver itself. Back in the days of the freedom fighters in the US, there was a silversmith called Paul Revere. He’s particularly well known for his excellent craftsmanship and a lot of silver pots, trays and various other accessories made by him can still be found today.

You don’t necessarily have to collect old antiques and coins of the past ages to be regarded as a silver enthusiast however. Modern choices can be found today too. Materials of this mineral have been invested in by many in their attempts to protect themselves against any adverse effects that may be caused by various economic issues such as currency devaluation or even inflation.

You may be surprised at how many people there are who are interested in this bullion and who go out of their way to collect it in any form possible. There are a number of websites and online resources that can be used to help assess and value the various forms of this ore, and you will also find helpful tips on how to determine authentic ore from counterfeit products. The fact that this is the most affordable vehicle of the entire precious metal group means that the counterfeit efforts are not widespread the same way they are with gold and platinum.

So, if you’re a silver bug yourself, you’ll be in excellent company. There are all kinds of people from all over the world with varying individual characteristics who are silver bugs as well. It doesn’t matter whether they’re young or old, they’re rich or poor, or they’re established political leaders, they exist in this particular class as well. Indeed, it could either be an excellent investment choice or just as a fascinating past-time to have due to its steady value throughout the toughest of times.

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