The Price of Silver has been rising in recent months
Update May 7, 2011. Happy to report that the New York spot market for silver is now hovering around $36 per troy ounce. I hope this trend continues. It tells me that the artificailly induced buying frenzy for gold is dropping off, so the price of silver falls in step with gold (today at $1495 per ounce).
Update, April 21, 2011. Silver is now selling at $46.61 on per Troy ounce on the New York spot market, up 18% from just 15 days ago.
Update, April 6, 2011. Silver is currently selling at $39.50 per Troy ounce on the spot market. I have not adjusted the figures for silver electrodes since January 2011 when the average spot price of silver was $28. per ounce. The cost of silver has now risen over 40% since January 2011.
I had to adjust the donation amounts for silver electrodes in early January to meet the rising cost of silver wire, but I have NOT adjusted the silver electrodes amounts to keep pace with the latest increase. Therefore, if you were thinking about getting your own CS generator and perhaps extra silver electrodes, this would be a good time to do it.
From what I've read on the internet, Europeans can no longer buy colloidal silver in countries within the EU thanks to the wonderful Illuminated CODEX scheme. While Americans can still buy colloidal silver from a health food store (or the internet), it's INSANELY over-priced. It's much wiser to invest in your own CS generator and MAKE YOUR OWN CS at home for whatever it may costs you to buy distilled water from your local supermarket.
In my area, it costs about $3 for a 2.5 gallons of distilled water. Using my own CS generator, I can therefore produce 2.5 gallons of high quality colloidal silver for $3. YES, that's THREE DOLLARS for 2.5 gallons of colloidal silver. Compare that cost to the two ounces (2 oz) of CS which you buy in the health food store for $15 or $18. That works out to $8 per ounce
2.5 gallons x 128 = 320 fluid ounces divided into $3 = $0.009 cost per ounce of homemade colloidal silver. That's less than one cent per ounce for colloidal silver made at home.
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