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Silver Stackers pat yourselves on the back

you are preserving the wealth of the nation from squanders. Some say if all mining would stop today the amount of silver left would last just four months. The stacks of silver would most likely trickle back into the market and help alleviate the silver crunch as prices rose.

"During the Great Depression, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Silver Purchase Act of 1934. That started the world’s greatest stockpile of silver, peaking at 3.5 billion ounces in the 1950s.

As we wrote in Third turning point for silver, the US government sold down its massive silver stock in the 1960s in an attempt to keep its price down. Also around the same time, as we wrote in What determines the gold-silver ratio?"

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