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Old 09-13-2021, 03:42 AM
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Default Silver's GREEN underrecognized role

"Silver plays a critical role in all "green revolution" discussions. Although renewable power generation and battery storage technologies may conjure visions of cobalt, lithium and nickel, we would argue that silver plays an even more fundamental role across many green energy technologies."

Read Sprott's article: https://sprott.com/insights/silvers-...energy-future/
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Old 09-23-2021, 11:37 PM
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Today, silver is found in nearly all electronic devices. With the greatest electrical
conductivity of all metals, silver is playing a critical role in the latest technological
advancements. Silverís inherent conductivity is an important asset in the
miniaturization of electronics; allowing electrical currents to flow in even the smallest
semiconductors and computer chips. More: https://www.silverinstitute.org/wp-c...MmktTR2021.pdf
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Old 02-13-2022, 06:25 AM
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Default Asx Silver companies

SILVER MINES (ASX:SVL): Trading at 20c for a market cap of $258 million. The company is in the final stages of securing government approvals for its Bowdens silver-zinc-lead project near Mudgee in central NSW.

The development projects ranks as one of the biggest globally with a resource base of 275 million ounces of silver equivalent. The initial 2 million-tonne-a-year mining and processing operation would produce 6 million ounces of silver equivalent annually in its early years at a cash cost of $US9.15/oz.

Itís one to watch as the approvals process concludes, and as the on-going exploration upside at the project is chased down.

INVESTIGATOR (ASX:IVR): Trading at 5.8c for a market cap of $77 million. The company released a pre-feasibility study for its 100% owned Paris silver project in South Australia in November.

Among other things, the study highlighted the powerful earnings leverage the 53 million ounce deposit would have to a rise in silver prices.

Using a $A34.30 an ounce price assumption, net pre-tax cashflow over a mine life of five years comes in at $335 million. At a $A38 an ounce it becomes $442 million over a seven-year mine life.

Read more:https://stockhead.com.au/resources/barry-fitzgerald-hi-ho-silver-away/

I own both so do NOT take this as investment advice as I have no real or inside knowledge beyond reading the companies` published literature.....
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Default Largest silver supply deficit in 20 years in 2021

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