The assets of the iShares Silver Trust consist primarily of silver held by JPMorgan Chase Bank (JPM), the custodian institution, on behalf of the fund. The fund may hold a very limited amount of cash in special situations. The iShares Silver Trust is passively managed as it does not buy or sell silver to take advantage of market price swings. However, SLV sells silver from time to time to cover its operating expenses.
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If relying on JPM's silver & they domino after DB, then you get in line for your silver after other creditors. Of course it is your silver, but judges are part of the USG, which is part of the elitist society so don't bet on it.
SLV, is an ETF run by an institution which could go BK, & even if they relay have silver , which none of us have seen, you will be in line with other creditors. Don't say it can't happen it could..
Physical silver only. Gold doesn't corrode so you could store it in your septic tank.
The deep state global elite oligarchy, can only manipulate a punitive decline in the cable because money is printed out of thin air. If we had gold & silver as currency, the entire FX Ponzi would be out of business, so too the masters that bee, wouldn't be able to distribute wealth to cronies.
The Brexit is a wake up call money was & is always silver, stored value is gold.
They do own something, tangible assets although they seem to do nothing, I've had their stock all the way down, but it seems to be coming back. Although I have no idea why it dropped or why it is coming back.
Being in the credit card processing business, I can't see how Square could make money, unless they change their pricing, but then who will need them?
So far they keep loosing, and projecting they will make next quarter, but it hasn't happened yet. I guess Amazon finally picked up, maybe Square will but when.