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1 Gram Of Silver Per IPAD/1 Ton of Ore Per 1oz Round
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    Default 1 Gram Of Silver Per IPAD/1 Ton of Ore Per 1oz Round

    Fox interviews Hecla Mines CEO, and my favorite part is toward the end, Liz Claman bites down on a Hecla round. Nice!

    Highlights:

    ~1 Gram Of Silver Per IPAD
    ~1 Ton of Ore Per 1oz Round

    http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/14943...-silver-higher

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    ...and you made the same mistake she did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~G~ View Post
    ...and you made the same mistake she did.
    yeah, it's 14 oz per ton of ore, or 435.4476 ipads per ton of ore.
    Last edited by BarkinDog; 13th March 2012 at 08:01.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarkinDog View Post
    yeah, it's 14 oz per ton of ore, or 435.4476 ipads per ton of ore.
    I assumed Hecela's CEO knew what he was talking about, thank you BarkinDog for clearing this matter up. Let's look at 'peak silver' from from another source.

    In "Why Is The Future Silver Supply More at Risk than Gold?" Steve St. Angelo provides a great 'peak silver' example, see below:

    "At its peak in 1884, the Horn Silver Mine extracted 40,000 tons of ore and produced 1.56 million ounces of silver."

    and today,

    "In the second quarter of 2011, First Majestic processed 482,077 tonnes of ore to generate 1.78 million oz of silver."

    To read the article in full click below:
    http://www.financialsense.com/sites/...0-jul-2012.pdf

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