100 ounce Silver Bars
Goes Well With: 1 ounce rounds, 10 ounce bars, Kilo Bars, 50 ounce bars
The 100 ounce Silver Bar isn’t for everyone. After all, just one costs more than $3,000. But, nonetheless, for someone really stacking, the 100 ounce bar, in my opinion, is the ideal fit, even more so than 1,000 ounce Silver Bars. Why? Well, I think that before one begins needing to purchase 1,000 ounce bars, then they ought to buy some platinum, gold and palladium. If one is looking to buy their first 1,000 ounces of silver, then best go with ten 100 ounce bars or an assortment of 1 ounce rounds, 10 ounce bars, Silver Eagles (or your respective country’s official coin) and 100 ounces bars. The 1,000 bar is for the ultimate stacker, who also has hoards of platinum and gold at least, as well as food and water stores.
One unfortunate arisen from the 100 ounce bar is that when liquidation comes, then your holding the equivalent of two ounces of gold per item in current dollar denominated terms. This is certainly inconvenient in the event that change is needed or that you need to find a dealer with cash or check on hand to purchase it. Better bet is to buy plenty of silver in smaller denominations and get some platinum and gold and palladium on the appropriate dips.
These bars come in an array of styles. Your best bet is to ask your dealer which ones you’ll be receiving when ordering.