Silver has an exciting future due to its expanding industrial applications in rechargeable batteries, renewable energy, and medical technology.
Whether as a hedge against inflation, a tangible asset, or a potential source of appreciation, silver provides unique advantages for investors seeking diversification and long-term wealth preservation.
The Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans all recognized silver’s beauty and durability, incorporating it into jewelry, decorative objects, and coins. Silver’s antibacterial properties were valued in ancient Persia and China. The Aztecs and Incas crafted intricate silver jewelry and ornaments.
Silver is a highly versatile metal, and always will be. Its relevance is growing rapidly as new technologies rely on its conductivity, reflectivity, and antimicrobial qualities.
Gold: $34.51/oz to $875.00/oz – growth of 2,435%
Silver: $1.29/oz to $48.00/oz – growth of 3,621%
Gold: $254.10/oz to $1,920.94/oz – growth of 656%
Silver: $4.05/oz to $49.83/oz – growth of 1,130%
Silver is a finite resource. As the world’s supply continues to diminish while demand increases, the price will appreciate.
Silver is tangible. Owning physical metals gives investors direct control over their assets without relying on any third party.
Silver is an inflation hedge. Its value tends to rise alongside the expansion of the money supply.
Yes. Every silver investment is directly allocated to pure 1,000 oz London Good Delivery Bars. The silver bars are stored in the vaults of HSBC Bank in London where they are physically segregated from all other inventory. Each bar has a unique serial number which is tracked and reported in the Vaulted app. The physical silver never leaves HSBC’s vault.
The 1,000 oz silver bars have a minimum fineness of 999.0 parts per thousand (99.9% pure silver). The LBMA has strict requirements for the casting method, shape, appearance, and dimensions of all bars. Each bar is stamped with its serial number, fineness, and imprint of its LBMA-approved refiner.
All silver bars in Vaulted are sourced from refiners accredited by the LBMA. To ensure all precious metal holdings are conflict-free, refiners must comply with the LBMA’s Responsible Sourcing program. This includes annual audits, regular due diligence, and compliance with all relevant KYC and Anti-Money Laundering regulations. Vaulted silver is stored in the vaults of HSBC Bank, which means Vaulted clients are plugged into the largest, safest, and most liquid silver market in the world.