Discover the Current Price of ATS Silver

  • The share price of ATS Silver Limited (ATS.AX) has climbed 19% year to date (YTD), outperforming the 16% return of the HUI Index, which measures the performance of the 40 largest silver mining companies.
  • As of April 2019, ATS Silver Limited has $490 million in cash, with $1.5 billion in outstanding debt.
  • S Silver Limited (ATS.AX) has $490 million in cash, with $1.5 billion in outstanding debt.

ATS Silver Limited (ATS.AX) operates as a silver producer, primarily in Central Asia and Mongolia, and a silver trader, primarily in North America and Europe. ATS Silver Limited's (ATS.AX) share price has climbed 19% year to date (YTD), outperforming the 16% return of the HUI Index, which measures the performance of the 40 largest silver mining companies.



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What Is ATS Silver?

ATS Silver is a type of silver bullion coin that is produced by the American Precious Metals Exchange (APMEX).
ATS Silver coins are minted by the Sunshine Minting of Idaho. The coins weigh between 1 oz and 1 oz, and are available as proof and uncirculated. The coin has a face value of one dollar, but has a market value of roughly $28.25 based on the current spot price of silver.



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Understanding ATS Silver

ATS Silver, introduced in 2006, is a silver exchange-traded fund (ETF) that trades under the symbol SLV. The fund supports 1 oz. silver bullion bars, which are traded daily and held in secure vaults. Unlike physical silver, which has its own set of risks, SLV can be traded the same way equities are traded - using margin and leverage.

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Silver Price History

In January 1980, the price of silver hit a historic low of $11.79 per troy ounce. This low price was caused by a glut of available supply, and by demand from gold users who were transferring their money into the precious metal to protect its value.
The price of silver remained low until 1981, when the price of gold was rising and the price of silver rose with it, reaching a price of $50.02 per ounce. However, in April 1983, the price of silver fell dramatically, hitting a low of $8.54 per ounce. Between 1983 and 1985, the price of silver remained low, fluctuating between $8.50 and $12 per ounce.
In 1986, the price of silver rose dramatically, reaching a high of $48.99 per ounce, but then fell once again in 1987, to a low of $11.20 per ounce.
In 1988, the price of silver rose to a high of $21.92 per ounce, and then reached another high in 1989, hitting $44.50 per ounce. In 1990, the price of silver fell dramatically, hitting a low of $8.78 per ounce.
The price of silver remained low until 1993, when it began a climb that has continued to this day. In 1999, the price of silver hit a high of $4.15 per ounce, before dropping to $1.95 per ounce. In 2003, the price of silver hit a high of $4.73 per ounce, and, in 2006, the price of silver hit a high of $47.50 per ounce. In 2012, the price of silver reached an all-time high of $48.26 per ounce.