Quote: * Over 1,500,000,000 ounces of silver bullion have been purchased by individual silver investors since the 2008 financial crisis. *Demand for silver bullion was a mere approximate 6% of annual world silver supplies the two years preceding the 2008 financial crisis. *In 2015, some 28% of the world’s entire yearly supply of silver was used for investment .999 silver bullion coin and bullion bar fabrication. From https://www.jmbullion.com/investing-guide/pricing-payments/who-owns-most-silver-bullion-today/ Translation: Very little silver was used before the financial crisis for investment. Since the financial crisis, far more silver is being turned into bullion for personal investment. https://silverprice.org/silver-price-charts/20-year-silver-price-history-in-us-dollars-per-ounce In the few years before the financial crisis (2005-2007) silver averaged around $10 an ounce During the financial crisis, silver reached $50 an ounce. In the recent years since (2012-2018) silver has averaged around $16-$17 What do you make of all of this?