American Silver Eagle Price Charts
American Silver Eagles are some of the most popular coins available for investors from Monex. Their popularity is largely attributed to being recognized worldwide as beautiful silver coins created by the United States Mint.
Silver American Eagle Coin
The Silver American Eagle price charts above feature Monex Ask Prices per ounce for pure .999 fine one-troy-ounce Silver American Eagle coins, currently available from Monex in units of 100 coins. The 3-Month Live chart above incorporates the latest Silver American Eagle price for the current trading day, while the 6-Month Candlestick, 1-Year Close, 5-Year Close and 10-Year Close charts incorporate the last Silver American Eagle price for the previous trading day.
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What is the Price of Silver Eagle Coins Today?
How much is an American Eagle Silver Coin Worth?
The currency “face value” of a one-ounce American Silver Eagle is one U.S. dollar. However, Silver Eagles are worth close to their intrinsic metal value. General shortage or surpluses of Silver Eagles in the marketplace can affect their worth as related to pure investment grade bullion. The Monex bid selling price for One-Ounce Silver Eagle coin is: $24.03.
What factors influence the Value of American Silver Eagles?
As a commodity, the price of silver fluctuates from minute-to-minute throughout the day, and from day-to-day throughout the week. The current price of silver is the result of all buyers and sellers across the globe meeting at transaction prices, according to combined supply and demand forces. The availability of supplies of silver from mines, scrap recovery, government stockpile disposals and investor liquidations versus the demand from industrial uses, jewelry/silverware fabrication and investor acquisitions are the driving force behind silver's worldwide marketplace prices.
Today, the factors most notably influencing silver prices are: (a) The unparalleled degree of geopolitical uncertainty making silver an exceptional investment alternative. (b) Ever-increasing industrial uses due to silver's unique reflective and conductive properties, especially in batteries and electronics. (c) Growth in demand for medical applications using silver as a more organic antibiotic agent for germicide and disinfectant purposes. (d) The loss in silver demand from the declining film photography sector. However significant, declining photography demand is replaced, to an extent, by incredible demand from electronics as film's replacement. One sector with exceptional potential is the 'photovoltaic' necessity of silver in solar panels, which could see phenomenal global growth.
What is the Silver Eagle Price Today to sell?
The American Silver Eagle is valued for its silver content. Since it contains precisely one once of silver bullion, its value approximates the price of spot silver bullion trading on the open market plus some premium as it is in a favorable small format coin form.
What was the Price of Silver Eagle Coins in 2016?
Why is the American Silver Eagle bid/sell Price Important?
Silver coin investors should consider that when one desires to liquidate their American Silver Eagles for cash, exiting the investment is as important as entering the transaction. A true two-way market with sizable transaction volume offers investors the ability to both purchase and sell their metal at very competitive prices. Monex Deposit Company has executed over 60 billion dollars in physical customer precious metals transactions.