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Silver Bullion Is Cheaper Than DIRT – Mike Maloney

Download Mike's best-selling book for free here: Join Mike Maloney as he reviews why the #1 asset in his own portfolio is silver bullion. Which as you'll see from this video, is selling for not much more than the cost to get it out of the dirt it comes from. Thanks for sharing and clicking that 'Like' button. For those wondering why our videos don't appear in their subscription feed immediately – we release our clips to our free weekly email readers first, then later we publish to YouTube. Sometimes it's just hours, sometimes it's a couple of days later. This is to encourage people to join our free newsletter – because one day, we may not have YouTube to rely on. Join our free newsletter list by going to and entering your email address in the 'Get Market Alerts' box at the bottom of the page. As always, thank you for your support. M.

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46 Comments on Silver Bullion Is Cheaper Than DIRT – Mike Maloney

  1. by crushing the pricing of Silver as down as it gets, the public have been brainwashed into thinking that Silver is dirt
    but interesting enough, they want to spend as much fiat as possible to get the newest car, the newest computer, the newest apple phone, etc. without knowing that if the aforementioned commodity would be gone, none of the “newest” items couldn’t have been produced in the first place – and that is just the car and electronic industry – then you have pharmacy, chemistry, photo-industry, a broader usage of electronics, solar panels, fiber optics, not to mention monetary history, store of value, a republic’s constitutional definition of its own ‘money’ (hint hint), and the list can go on and on.
    so my question is, WHY WOULDN’T YOU OWN AT LEAST SOME SILVER (or if you can afford, Gold)?
    P.S.: thank you Mike.

    • These videos of Maloney are full of people saying the same thing over and over again. It seems like they are trying to convince themselves of something that is more and more unlikely.

    • +lgrrf Bitcoin was in a bubble and might go to zero. It’s not worth what people make it out to be. It tulip mania, it’s going to zero and they want us to use digital currency to help track and tax the people

    • +lgrrf Gold and Silver have a high probilitity of going much higher, because of inflation, siver in the early 2000’s was only 3.00 an ounce now it’s close to 16.00 gone up five times it’s value.

    • +JJ Ruona Only your first sentence is correct: Bitcoin was in a bubble and it might go to zero. However:
      1) The tulips took 3 years to go to zero; Bitcoin is 10 years old and millions of % of valorization.
      2) There’s a difference between centralized and decentralized digital currencies. Whenever you make an online payment, you use a centralized digital currency. Bitcoin, Monero and Zcash are decentralized. The last two are untraceable.

    • +JJ Ruona Silver’s price is currently 1/3 of the price it reached in 2011, when Maloney was telling everyone to buy.
      If you prefer to believe this guy and think that cryptos are the same as tulips, you deserve the dead end you are heading to.

  2. Gold is for the Gods….Silver is for the people.
    Live long and prosper, Mike.

  3. Thanks again Mr. Maloney.  Those that follow are always ready for a moonshot! for a change! But till  then. Accumulate !

  4. Keep on stacking! All those cry babies out there complaining it’s taking too long should just keep your money in the banks. My monies on the Gold and Silver literally!

    • whenever i “spend” anything on precious metals, i have the realization that i haven’t spent anything… i still have my money, only now it’s real money, rather than the paper stuff that Mike points out so well is destined to fail, as every other fiat currency in history has… Mike, i appreciate you and what you do so much… i have worked in several home-based businesses over the years that had precious metals as their product, and i have learned how to share the concept of trading fiat money for real money, and everything else i know to be true in regard to precious metals, from you… you have helped me become an emt, and i love helping people in emergency situations like that… this kind of emt is a little different, but still just as important… emergency money technician 😉 thanks, brother Mike, for all you do… you are literally saving lives… i just heard from a friend whose family member had gone on a religious mission to Venezuela not long ago… he said it is total chaos there, and unless you have gold or silver, it’s next to impossible to buy anything, including food… he said that one ounce of silver down there will get you six months of basic food supplies, and one ounce of gold will get you a house… we have been spoiled here in North America, and tend to think “it can’t happen here”… but you have turned on the lights on that subject, without becoming negative or fear-based… the fact is something IS going to happen here, and if we have precious metals in our possession, we are safe… not only safe, but able to help others and prosper greatly, and like you say… it’s why you can sleep well at night

  5. The mashed up cubes were lead (litharge) buttons that collected all the precious metals in the crucible – the squares were put in bone ash cupels which absorbed all the lead leaving only the precious metal beads..
    (I know, I’m a knit picky bastard)

  6. I bought a massive amount of silver recently because I see huge potential in it. It is crazy how undervalued it is.

    • We are among the few who will be sitting good when this breaks. Who cares if it takes a few years. More bought, bigger prize

  7. Some of the mines have tried paying their workers in silver but they insisted on being paid in cash.

    • You can’t get that frappuccino at starbucks with silver. However, precious metals are great for storing wealth.

    • +Briggs yah you can if you use American eagles at face value.
      In canaduh the Maples have a 5$ face value.
      Until currency is electronic. Then it will be illegal for all transactions unless converted to digital

  8. You remind me of that poor fella I saw just yesterday. He was rummaging around a trash can and wearing only one shoe. I gave him a couple bucks then asked him if he lost a shoe..and he said no, I found one.

  9. The bigger picture for us little people now is to retain our wealth w/ precious metals. That is why we moved out of the risky market business and into PMs. If they (PMs) happen to sky rocket in the near future, then as an investment, we made a good choice. If not, then at least we won’t lose half or more of our life savings when they (stocks/bonds) do.

    • Supply would go down and thus price up; demand is unaffected by closures of producers.
      But your point remains and it’s a very good observation.

  10. The countries are accumulating silver to, like Russia. Mike do you have charts about countries acomulating silver or gold?

  11. It’s quite possible that the infamous “they” of the world are supressing the price. Let’s take advantage of this. Who cares if all this takes a few years. More purchased, bigger prize.

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