Silver Rush Will Be GLOBAL & MASSIVE – Mike Maloney – Why Gold And Silver?

Silver Rush Will Be GLOBAL & MASSIVE – Mike Maloney – Why Gold And Silver?


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  1. five industrial uses for silver are
    1.medicines
    2.jewelry
    3.computers
    4.photography
    5.batteries

    I hope there are more silver out there :((

  2. @PeaceConspiracy 5 industrial uses would be:
    1. Catalysis for chemical reactions
    2. Electronic connections
    3. Mirrors
    4. Photography
    5. Disinfectant & antimicrobial

  3. Industrial uses of Silver

    1. Silver-Oxide Batteries
    2. Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Cells
    3. Dental Alloys
    4. Colloidal Silver – Medical Use
    5. Reflective Coatings – Mirrors

  4. kyosaki is to blame for my new fascination with precious metals, He stressed getting a financial education, And this is where it has led me, And to me its kind of like a rewarding hobby. Seriously im having a blast with this whole big scenario. its really exciting to listen to mike maloney and his ascociates, It makes such perfect sense and its great to be a part of it and ahead of the curve. So keep it up guys im cheering for all of us.

  5. Industrial uses of silver include – jewelry, silverware (utensils), currency as coins, electrical conductors, catalysis for chemical reactions, photographic film, disinfectants, microbiocide's, anti-microbial's, mirror's, dental fillings as an alloy for amalgams, clothing as a bacteria and fungi inhibitor and other uses I'm unaware of I'm sure. It also looks really good in a safe where it becomes even more rare until sold.

  6. Five Major Industrial Usages of Silver:
    1 – Electronics (Computer/ TV / Cell Phones / Optical Media)
    2 – Bearings
    3 – Soldering / Brazing
    4 – Batteries
    5 – As a Catalyst for Chemical Reactions

    Historic Usages:
    Jewelry
    Coinage
    Photography
    Silver Foilage for Sweets (India / Pakistan)
    Silverware

    Medical Applications:
    Medical Instruments
    Mirrors & Coatings
    Solar Equipment
    Water Purification
    X-Ray

    Other Industrial:
    Electrical Lighting
    Antennas (Communication)

  7. Five Major Industrial Usages of Silver:
    1 – Electronics (Computer/ TV / Cell Phones / Optical Media)
    2 – Bearings
    3 – Soldering / Brazing
    4 – Batteries
    5 – As a Catalyst for Chemical Reactions

    Historic Usages:
    Jewelry
    Coinage
    Photography
    Silver Foilage for Sweets (India / Pakistan)
    Silverware

    Medical Applications:
    Medical Instruments
    Mirrors & Coatings
    Solar Equipment
    Water Purification
    X-Ray

    Other Industrial:
    Electrical Lighting
    Antennas (Communication)

  8. Five Major Industrial Usages of Silver:
    1 – Electronics (Computer/ TV / Cell Phones / Optical Media)
    2 – Bearings
    3 – Soldering / Brazing
    4 – Batteries
    5 – As a Catalyst for Chemical Reactions

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  10. silver has a remarkable range of electrical, mechanical, optical, and medicinal properties.
    its useage:
    •Traditional
    ◦Coinage
    ◦Photography
    ◦Silver Jewelry
    ◦Silverware and Table Settings
    •Industrial
    ◦Batteries
    ◦Bearings
    ◦Brazing and Soldering
    ◦Catalysts
    ◦Electronics
    •Emerging
    ◦Medical Applications
    ◦Mirrors & Coatings
    ◦Solar Energy
    ◦Water Purification

  11. so, mike and robert already have accumulated enough silver and gold. what are you buying right now? robert said he is moving into solar. would you share your current investment?

  12. The more information age we become the more Silver we need
    1.electric light
    2.computer
    3.cellphone
    4.Jewelry and Watches
    5.Thermally conductive materials

  13. Formaldehyde

    Control rods that regulate the fission chain reaction in pressurized water nuclear reactors

    Solder

    Computers

    Cellphones

    Also used in clothing: Silver inhibits the growth of bacteria and fungi and thus is added to clothing, such as socks, to reduce odor and the risk of bacterial and fungal infection

  14. Circuit boards, jewelry, medical equipment, cameras, and cell phones are 5 examples of silver being used for industry.

    Silver Sulfadiazine (aka Silvadene) is a medication used for 2nd and 3rd degree burns.

  15. Silver is used for lights, cell phones, video games DVD's, computers screen and keyboards, coins, etc. We need this stuff in our everyday life just like we need lights in our homes.

  16. Just brought Mike's book on Amzone and send it to my brothers. I will invest in silver since I am still a student. Great video. Waiting for video 6.

  17. Silver is used in coins, jewelry, computers, cellphones, medicines, electrical components and wiring, and to preserve wealth and stay alive when the fiat reserve notes become utterly worthless and there are riots, and mass starvation.

  18. Industrial applications of silver:
    1-Pharmaceuticals (bacteria-fighting qualities)
    2-Electrical (best electrical conductor)
    3-Chemical Catalyst(the only catalyst that will oxidize ethylene gas into ethylene oxide)
    4-Electroplating (from Christmas Tree ornaments to cutlery )
    5-Photography

  19. Five industrial uses for silver include:
    Solar panels
    Water purification
    DVD's / CD's
    Anti-bacterial (its used in Sure deodorant in the UK)
    Photography

  20. 5 Industrial uses for silver:

    1 – Musical Instruments (i.e. Flute and saxophone parts, etc.)

    2 – Catalyst in certain oxidation reactions (i.e. the production of formaldehyde from methanol and air )

    3 – Control rods in nuclear power reactors (absorbs free neutrons)

    4 – Topical Gels and some bandages (for antimicrobial and germicidal purposes)

    5 – added to some clothing (for antibacterial and anti-fungal properties which prevent bad smells from developing)

  21. 5 industrial uses of silver .
    1) Electrical connections on Mercedes. Each connector (and there are 1000's on every Benz) is silverplated.
    2) RFID – those little rectangular things that keep people from stealing from Walmart.
    3) Nano-Silver is used in a medicinal applications.
    4) Mirrors have traditionally been made from Silver.
    5) A "new" solar application that I am not at liberty to discuss, as research is still being conducted.

  22. Five industrial uses for silver:

    Cell phones, computers, electric lighting, DVD's and CD's, mirrors.

    Thanks, Mike! I appreciate your work and this contest:-))) What fun.

  23. Thanks for the clip Mike…

    Five industrial uses for silver include: cell phones, computer keyboards, electric lighting, CDs/DVDs, and mirrors!

  24. @scmbllr The price is being manipulated downwards mate. Miners can't mine at a profit (or maybe just a small one), so the industry is being supressed. Once silver gets loose there will be a lag-time while mines start springing up everywhere, as they can finally receive a profit for pure silver mining once more. Anyway, part 6 of these tralier movies is about the manipulation, go watch it and do some more reasearch.

  25. Silver is used in many products that people use around the world everyday. Five products that are made of silver are jewelry, cell phones, computers, water purification and electric lights. Since there is a limited supply of silver at the current price, and high demand for products that use silver in the production process then Mike is right that the price of silver will trend upwards in the long run.
    Thanks for the video Mike,
    Dan

  26. Five Industrial uses of silver – Electronic equip, lights, CDs/DVDs, medical equip, cellular phones, and there are more. Also noteable is that it is not recycleable in these instances.

  27. Silver is used in cell phones, computer keyboards, light bulbs, mirrors, and DVDs. Silver also has antimicrobial properties. Silver nitrate drops are put in all newborn babies' eyes, and Silvadene cream is used on burned skin to prevent infection. Silver is also used in traditional photography film, in electrical contacts & conductors, in batteries, and in high-end audio cables. It is also used in water purification.

  28. @scmbllr I'm personally not stacking for a SHTF scenario. Just an alternative form of savings. Assuming manipulation and scarcity of silver is anything like what is being said in many articles and these videos, then I don't have much to lose… and certainly more to gain than leaving money in the bank. In fact, being a student the money in my bank account gets consumed rather quickly… at least the bullion is extremely hard to part with on an emotional level. I love it! Should try it mate…

  29. @scmbllr Furthermore, I'm hoping for a better position to buy a home when the housing bubble here bursts and silver prices are much higher. I agree with what you're saying. Mr. Maloney will make a killing from this, but he's not the only one saying these things, one of many very respectable people. Peter Schiff isn't set to gain anything by being a silver bull, but he's on this one too. So is Gerald Celente… I'm getting on with life but this story is just far too interesting for me to put down

  30. @scmbllr haha. indeed!! Money represents these 'real' assets. But what when there is too much money, that a trillion paper dollars will buy you nothing. At least an ounce of silver, and ounce of gold, has historically always been of relative worth to something. Do you think that if money was worthless tomorrow that everyone would hold hands and share their bread and wine? Even in your utopian village in middle earth it's doubtful. It's speculative I know, but it had 4000+yrs to prove itself 😀

  31. @scmbllr Okay, remember, 200 troy ounces of gold, 6.2 kilos… less than I can bicep curl… can buy me a 2 bedroom home and I wouldn't have to look far. Who came up with that number??? The free market… and that's including manipulation. Think about that, and think about how even the most basic civilisation used gold and silver as currency. We are not as infallible as we think. In a world where 3 billion ppl work all day for a bowl of rice, a silver dollar can go a long way when paper can't.

  32. @scmbllr "and i certainly trust no one who stands to gain from convincing me otherwise." Ask yourself how the rich get rich…. the rich are a first come first serve basis. Any oportunity that exists will be taken advantage of. Be careful not to trust anyone. Look at their ideas. I believe this to be a genuine idea and not a scam. Anyway, good luck to you, at least you are a genuine soul, I hope you live long and prosper either way. I must sleep!!!

  33. Thanks again, for these amazing videos.
    Industrial uses of silver:
    – Electronics and Photography
    – Reflectors (optics, mirrors, solar reflectors, architectural glass)
    – Catalytic (ethylene to ethylene oxide, production of formaldehyde)
    – Batteries ( as silver oxide)
    – Clothing (as nano-particles, to prevent growth of bacteria and fungi)
    Silver is an industrial precises metal, who's valve will go up due to the information age and people requiring better western standards of living.

  34. Thanks for these amazing videos.
    The Industrial uses of silver are:
    – Electronics and photography
    – Reflectors (optics, mirrors, solar reflectors, architectural glass)
    – Catalytic (ethlene to ethylene oxide, production of formaldehyde)
    – Batteries (as silver oxide)
    – Clothing ( as silver nano-particles, to prevent growth of bacteria and fungi)

  35. Thanks again for responding to my questions. And I have another question. Wouldn't it be better to buy silver mines than just by silver itself, since silver mines are dying and you can get a loan to buy industries. And can't we also buy silver shares when the value goes down before hyperinflation, and its price goes up.

  36. Thanks for these amazing videos.
    The Industrial uses of silver are:
    – Electronics and photography
    – Reflectors (optics, mirrors, solar reflectors, architectural glass)
    – Catalytic (ethlene to ethylene oxide, production of formaldehyde)
    – Batteries (as silver oxide)
    – Clothing ( as silver nano-particles, to prevent growth of bacteria and fungi)

  37. Thanks for all these amazing videos, if it were not for you I would never knew so much more about gold&silver!
    5 Industrial uses of silver are:
    -Technology ( in photography, cameras, batteries,solar batteries,cellphones,gas masks,in radars – catalytic,accamulators, in some detonators and so much more…)
    – Medical products(colloidal silver – the best thing out for a cold) 🙂
    – Reflectors(mirrors, optics)
    – Minting coins(awards, medals, trophies)
    – Jewellery(rings,chains,earrings,necklaces)

  38. Silver is used in more industrial products than people realize; however, five of the most notable uses of silver include:
    1) Mirrors
    2) Computers
    3) Cell phones
    4) Lights
    5) CDs/DVDs

  39. @TheTrueJBV3737 Today it's a 1:48 ratio. A month ago it was 1:58. A month or two before that it was around 1:70.

    1:8 is on it's way. I'm looking for 1:2 and that's when I'm leaving the country.

  40. @Zalahblue They can't raise interest rates like they did in the late 70's this time. Why? Because the national debt is so much larger, and therefore the interest payments on that debt would be so much larger at higher interest rates. It would absorb ALL tax revenue. There would be nothing left to fund the government, not even the military. So they don't have that option anymore.

  41. @Nathan21122012 Maybe 20-30% if you can afford to hold it for a longer period of time and don't need it's use. If you're still living at home and don't have many expenses maybe as much as 40-50%, but I wouldn't buy it all at once. The smart thing is to buy small amounts every few weeks in order to hit possible dips.

  42. At some stage in the future I'm sure landfills will be mined for all the precious metals and rare earths that we currently throw away.

  43. What if I said gold receives a better quality sound and overall connection when used In music guitar ends and inside cumputers is gold plared ?

  44. MIke,  that clip from Rich Dad's Prophecy you were part of in 2008 is the reason why I started buying silver.  Thanks for waking up the masses to this!

  45. 2018. Still waiting. You need to learn more about geology and stop misleading people. Silver is NOT more rare than gold. Silver Bullion used to be, but that's changing as the market grows. I agree with most of your conclusions in that precious metals will retain value as a hedge against inflation, I just think you take them too far and you use misinformation when the simple truth would suffice.

    Besides, if you really want to buy a rare material with industrial demand nobody knows about put down the silver and gold and buy Rhodium, Iridium, and Palladium. They are much more rare than gold and just as useful as silver.

  46. Read recently that M I T has found a way to upscale graphene into large very thin sheets. Big silver substitute coming in electronics , solar panels I suspect. Still, I not sure what the upscaled production cost of graphene sheets are. Graphene may take pressure off industrial use of silver and allow more silver for perhaps a higher monetary use and price.

  47. Ratio today 90 to 1 gold to silver price lol. They will IMO phase out silver and make it a pure industrial metal. They will hold prices down so that your iPhone IX won't cost you $10,000 or the new 8K TV cost $30,000 due to the silver needed.

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