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Grabbing a Sliver of Silver Could Pay Off in a Potentially Uncertain 2022

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The spot price is down about 13.5% year to date, and that's in an inflationary environment. There evidently is still investor demand for physical silver, especially given the premiums for so-called "junk" silver (non-numismatic silver coins minted in 1964 and prior). While the spot price of silver hovers just under $23 an ounce, a $100 bag (face value, which contains about 71.5 ounces) of junk silver will cost you about $2,100.