Holding physical silver, whether in the form of coins or ingots, is a psychologically and emotionally satisfying way to invest in silver. You have it in your possession and can use it if necessary. And in some cases, it's relatively easy to access. Owning some physical silver provides you with a real asset that has served as money for literally thousands of years.
Another determining factor for traders who invest in silver is cost. Bullion may incur additional charges, mostly between 10 and 20 (%) of commission on silver coins. The same percentage can also be applied to ingots. This percentage is not reflected in safety deposit boxes, where a monthly fee is applied to help protect and ensure the safety of your ingots or coins.
Silver has been used throughout the centuries as a medium of exchange. Today, as governments continue to degrade fiat currencies, the hard asset and store value qualities of silver should help protect investors' wealth. Silver also has many industrial uses and is essential for manufacturing many of tomorrow's technologies. This makes silver not only an attractive store of value, but it will also benefit along with major technological changes.