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Silver Bullion Trust T.SBT.U

Sector: Financial Services | Sub-Sector: Asset Management
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.SBT.UN

Silver Bullion Trust is a self governing closed end trust with voting rights that provides the secure holding of silver bullion on behalf of its Unit holders.
Price: $9.06 Volume: 0
Change: $0.00 % Change: 0.00%
Day High/Low: N/A/N/A 52 Week High/Low: 12.04/7.93
Last Traded: December 12, 2014 10:57 Transaction Volume: 2000
Open: Previous Close: 9.06
Bid: 7.90 Ask: 9.18
Bid Size: 200 Ask Size: 200
Market Cap: 49.5m Shares Out: 5.5m
PE Ratio: N/A Dividend Yield: N/A

Opinion

Why you should buy silver right now (SLV) (PSLV) (T.SBT.U)

Brian Weepie   May 1, 2014
ETF
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Thom Calandra   April 20, 2011
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Mexico: Mining heroes 101

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Newsletter giant Dines radioactive in SF

Gold, uranium writer racks up followers at recent San Francisco metals show.

Thom Calandra   November 24, 2009
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Latest Bullboard Posts

  • RE: RE: About leverage:

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    i think phs is a better value at the moment. Phs was up less than silver itself today

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  • Wow!!

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    SBT up 8.88% today!

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  • RE: About leverage:

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    it's a great point and i agree with the principle. i got slaughtered in 2008, but i've traded my way back to bigger gains than i ever had...

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  • About leverage:

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    The trouble is that usually the more leverage you have, the more risk; and you mentioned some of the risks. Financial crisis, as in 2008,...

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  • it's a neat idea...

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    ... what with no exposure to mine execution risk, company risk, political risk...but i just don't see the leverage i can get elsewhere...

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