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Silver Price

Silver Price


The silver spot price is the current price of one ounce of silver that can be bought and sold. The spot price of silver is used to determine the exact cost of silver coins or bars. The price of silver is ever-changing and adjusted by various factors, including supply and demand—inflation and strength of the dollar. The fluctuations of silver’s spot price are determined by COMEX, the most influential trading market for silver futures contracts that impact the silver’s spot price


Futures contracts are used to manage price risk, buy and take future delivery goods bet on the price fall or rise. The Future Contracts can be of the current month or two or more months into the future. 


What is a Premium in Silver Products?


The price of any given silver product is determined by the spot price of silver and its premium. Premium is the additional cost for the silver product and the spot price of silver, added by dealers to cover their overhead.


Silver as an Investment


Silver has shown that even with low investments, you can make more profits. Historical data on the silver price chart has demonstrated that silver is comparatively performing better than gold. This information has caught the attention of many investors looking to make a profit off-of of precious metals. 


Many people look upon silver to protect themselves from inflation, economic uncertainty, and political instability. 


Silver is available in many forms in bullion, from bullion bars to bullion rounds and coins with many different sizes and weight options. 


Paper silver in the forms of ETF and certificates is also available. You will own a paper that says you own silver without touching the silver held by an institution.


How to buy silver at spot silver price?

Unfortunately, it’s not possible to buy silver at spot silver price; however, it is possible to buy silver at low premiums at Bullion Trading LLC. Junk silver coins have lower premiums than other bullion silver products. 

What is the spot price of silver today?

Visit our live silver prices chart to view silver spot prices today. We also provide the functionality to check silver price history through the silver price history chart. 

Are spot silver prices the same everywhere?

Yes, the spot silver prices are the same all around the world. They are exchanged in local currency, varying from place to place; however, they are all converted from the U.S. Dollar.

How often do spot silver prices change?

Spot silver prices change every second for 24 hours a day during weekdays or market hours and halts on weekends.

How is the spot price of silver calculated?

The spot price of silver can be calculated by the future contracts price with the most volume.

What currency are spot silver prices quoted?

The silver spot price is quoted in U.S. Dollars (USD). Silver is traded worldwide by converting it into their local currency in respect to the country silver is traded on.

What exactly is the spot silver price referring to?

The spot price of silver refers to the current ongoing immediate price of silver. If you buy silver that hasn’t been meddled with, you can essentially buy silver at spot price. If the silver is turned into a bar or coins, you must purchase it with a bit of a premium.

What is the difference between the bid and ask prices?

The bid silver price is the current highest market offer to sell to a dealer. You can expect to receive the bid price from the silver of sale. The ask silver price is the current minimum price for a dealer to sell in the market. You are offered silver at the given ask price when buying silver.

What are silver futures contracts?

Silver futures contracts are standard, exchange-traded contracts. The contract buyer takes the delivery from the seller of a specific quantity at an exact predetermined price at a future date. The seller and the buyer agree on the contract to buy silver at a later date at a particular price.

What is COMEX?

COMEX, formally known as Commodity Exchange Inc, is responsible for metal trading. COMEX is an organized exchange for buying and selling futures contracts and options.

Are the prices of silver the same for paper silver products?

No, paper silver products cost less than physical silver. Physical silver bullion products are associated with mining, refining, minting, manufacturing, distributing, warehousing costs. 

What are some things that can cause silver prices to change?

The main factors that cause changes to silver prices are supply and demand, inflation, technology, economic trends, the strength of the dollar, and various other factors. There are multiple reasons why silver prices change, and these are only a few of them.

What Are Precious Metals IRA?

Precious metals IRA is a precious metals investment retirement account where you can put precious metals for retirement. Learn more about precious metals IRA in Should you put gold & silver in your IRA?

Isn’t the Price of Silver Too Volatile to Invest?

While silver prices can be volatile and ever-changing, the same can be said for other assets. Silver has seen an increase in fees by 70% just this year. This increase in prices shows that silver is one of the most straightforward assets to invest in, with low risks and high rewards. Get a hand on your very own silver bullion products.

Does Silver Trade 24 Hours a Day?

Yes, silver trading is available from 6 pm E.T. Sunday through 5 pm ET Friday. Silver trading follows holiday closures.

If the Silver Price Is Constantly Changing, How Do I Lock in a Purchase Price If I Am Buying Silver?

We, Bullion Trading LLC, have a procedure to lock in the specific price on silver products once your product has been ordered. You could also visit our local store at 20 West 47th Street Lower Level #24, New York, NY 10036 to get the best prices.

Aren’t I Better Off Buying from a Local Coin Shop?

Yes, you are. This is the reason why we offer not only online services but also local shop experience. You can visit our shop at 20 West 47th Street Lower Level #24, New York, NY 10036, and get the best bullion experience.

Do Dealers Charge a Fixed Amount Over the Spot Price?

Yes and no. Dealers may charge a fixed profit on specific products. In contrast, the profit markups may vary according to the condition, rarity, and other factors for bullion products.

How Many Grams Are in an Ounce of Silver?

One troy ounce is equal to 31.103 grams which is a little heavier than a regular ounce. The standard ounce weighs 28 grams.

What Are the Different Types of Silver Bullion?

Silver bullion is available in various forms, sizes, and designs. The different types of gold bullion are coins, bars, and rounds.

Why Use Silver Price Charts?

The silver price chart gives the historical data for silver prices over time. The silver price chart can be helpful in many ways and for any investor. Short-term investors may examine price data in small timeframes and devise a trend in the silver price chart to take advantage of it. Similarly, long-term investors may analyze price data in long timeframes, develop movements accordingly, and trade gold according to their preferences.

What is the gold/silver ratio?

The gold and silver ratio is a ratio to compare gold and silver prices with each other. Investors can compare gold and silver prices and check which one is overpriced relative to each other.

If spot silver is at $20 per ounce, why are some coins selling for over double that amount or more?

The spot price is only one of the factors that contribute to finding the price of silver. Other factors like rarity and collectability come to play when determining the price of silver. Regular coins usually aren’t too far from the spot price of silver, but rare numismatic coins may sell for unprecedented prices.

Does the face value of a silver coin affect its worth?

Even if they have a legal tender face value, silver coins are typically worth more than their face value. The metal content is usually higher than the face value of these coins.

Does the spot silver price include dealer markup or shipping costs?

No, the spot silver price doesn’t reflect the dealer’s premium or costs. Dealers determine the markup through the spot price. These markups depend on the spot price, rarity, and the overall product.