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Silver Eagle Demand Continues to Soar!

Richard Mills – Ahead of the Herd

February 27, 2012
 
On June 6, 2002, Senator Harry Reid (D-Nevada) introduced the Support of American Eagle Silver Bullion Program Act to “authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to purchase silver on the open market when the silver stockpile is depleted.”

2002 – 10,539,026 Bullion American Silver Eagles were sold.
2003 – 8,495,008 Bullion American Silver Eagles were sold, silver averaged $4.88 an ounce for the year.
2004 – 8,882,754 Bullion American Silver Eagles were sold. For 2004 the average cost of an ounce of silver was $6.67.
2005 – 8,891,025 Bullion American Silver Eagles were sold. Silver averaged $7.32 an ounce.
2006 – 10,676,522 Bullion American Silver Eagles were sold. Silver averaged $11.55 an ounce
2007 – 9,028,036 Bullion American Silver Eagles were sold.
2008 – 20,583,000 Bullion American Silver Eagles were sold. Silver averaged $14.99 an ounce and almost 80% more Bullion American Silver Eagles were sold then in any previous year.

The US Mint suspended sales of the silver bullion coins to its network of authorized purchasers twice during the year.
In March 2008, sales increased nine times over the month before – 200,000 to 1,855,000.
In April 2008, the United States Mint had to start an allocation program, effectively rationing Silver Eagle bullion coins to authorized dealers on a weekly basis due to “unprecedented demand.”   LINK…

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