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Αποστολέας Θέμα: Ασημι στα 1.000ε το κιλο;  (Αναγνώστηκε 5278 φορές)
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« στις: Μάρτιος 24, 2023, 01:10:49 μμ »

Βλέποντας διαχρονικά τις τιμές του χρυσού και του ασημιού (χρησιμοποιώ το goldprice.org) παρατηρησα οτι το ΑΣΗΜΙ ειχε ξεπερασει τα 1.000ε το κιλό το 2011 περιπου....

Επειδη εγω ξεκινησα με το χομπο το 2014 μπορει καποιος να αναφερει ισως καποιους λογους που ειχε γινει αυτο το τεραστιο αλμα;;;

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« Απάντηση #1 στις: Μάρτιος 24, 2023, 07:57:03 μμ »

Το 2011 αγοράζαμε ουγγιές με 30 ευρώ. Μόλις φέτος μπορεί κάποιος να πάρει πίσω τα χρήματα του από αγορές που είχε κάνει τότε.  Και αυτό γιατί έχει ανέβει το πριμιουμ λόγω ελλείψεως.
Εκείνη την εποχή είχε ανέβει πολύ και η τιμή του χρυσού και συμπαρέσυρε και το ασήμι. Γενικά η αγορά των μετάλλων κάνει κύκλους άλλοτε μεγαλύτερους άλλοτε μικρότερους. Το μονο που δεν μπορεί να εξηγηθεί είναι ότι η πλατίνα έχει τόση μεγάλη διαφορά με το Χρυσό . Διαχρονικά τον ξεπερνούσε
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« Απάντηση #2 στις: Μάρτιος 24, 2023, 09:26:46 μμ »

The price of silver has risen fairly steeply since September 2005, being initially around $7 per troy ounce but reaching $14 per troy ounce for the first time by late April 2006, and the average price of the month was $12.61 per troy ounce. As of March 2008, it hovered around $20 per troy ounce.[14] However, the price of silver plummeted 58% in October 2008, along with other metals and commodities, due to the effects of the credit crunch.[15] By April 2011, silver had rebounded to reach a 31-year high at $49.21 per ounce on April 29, 2011 due to concerns about monetary inflation and the solvency of governments in the developed world, particularly in the Eurozone.


There was such immense risk to the world economy that investors drove the prices up by buying defensive commodities (e.g. silver or gold). When the short-term risks were believed to have subsided, many investors reallocated their assets back into yielding (dividend or interest) investments such as stocks or bonds.

The 2011 United States debt ceiling crisis was a major factor in the rise of silver prices. The 2010, U.S., midterm elections highlighted policy differences between President Obama vs. the Tea Party movement. The price of silver concurrently rose from $17 to $30 as the elections approached. In late 2010 and 2011, silver found a "new normal" between $25 and $30.

In 2011, Republicans in Congress demanded deficit reduction be part of legislation raising the nation's debt-ceiling. The resulting contention was resolved on 2 August 2011 by the Budget Control Act of 2011.

During the first few months of 2011, Moody's and S&P both downgraded the outlook on US finances; this was a major shock to the financial world and resulted in silver's climb to $50.

On April 18, 2011, U.S.-based rating agency S&P issued a "negative" outlook on the U.S.'s "AAA" (highest quality) sovereign-debt rating for the first time since the rating agency began in 1860, indicating there was a one-in-three chance of an outright reduction in the rating over the next two years.
On April 25, 2011, silver traded $49.80 per ounce in the New York spot market.
On August 5, 2011, S&P issued the first ever downgrade in the federal government's credit rating, citing their April warnings, the difficulty of bridging the parties and that the resulting agreement fell well short of the hoped-for comprehensive 'grand bargain'.[23] The credit downgrade and debt ceiling debacle contributed to the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling nearly 2,000 points in late July and August. Following the downgrade itself, the DJIA had one of its worst days in history and fell 635 points on August 8.[24]

Then as it became likely that U.S. Secretary of Treasury Timothy Geithner would order the treasury to use extraordinary measures to delay the crisis, silver settled back at $35. As the debacle continued during the summer, silver moved in the range of $33 to $43.

As it became clear that the "financial apocalypse" would be delayed by late summer, many investors dumped silver and commodities and moved back into U.S. equities. The price of silver quickly went back to $30 and declined below 2010 levels in the next few years.

Whether classifying silver's movement as a 'bubble' (seen when comparing silver with gold) has been debatable, with Peter Schiff denying that a bubble ever existed and asserting that the factors that led to the increase in the silver price have not yet been resolved.


Πηγη https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silver_as_an_investment#:~:text=By%20April%202011%2C%20silver%20had,world%2C%20particularly%20in%20the%20Eurozone.
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