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OTO Mining, Ltd.: High Potential Gains from Silver

04-05-2012 05:56 AM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

Press release from: OTO Mining, Ltd.

This year, silver has been good so far and OTO Mining, Ltd. has witnessed that silver prices are outpacing gold advising cautious investors to get into silver without having much to worry about. Though this white metal poses challenge and seems to be volatile, it still offers potential for more gains.

Earlier this month, silver futures are up by 20 percent. Silver has moved up and surpass gold after a period of drawing around the $30 mark and the April 2011 crash. According to analysts, this is largely because of fear in the smaller investor base that makes up the bulk of silver investing interest.

After closing last year with a drop of 9.8 percent, silver has indeed swing this year alone from a low of $28.68 to a high of $37.14. OTO Mining, Ltd. believes that silver move much more rapidly than gold. As a consequence, analysts said that investors who have the control or discipline to play the cycles within the greater metals bull trend can make much money by using leverage of silver to gold.

OTO Mining, Ltd. is an international silver mining company which is engaged in the exploration, development, acquisition, and mining of high-grade silver properties in China. The company continues to focus on internal growth through active exploration programs. A superior opportunity for future corporate development and growth in shareholder value is created through the great exploration prospective of projects of OTO Mining, Ltd. combined with a low market capitalization, engagement to the joint venture business model, and low operating costs.

OTO Mining, Ltd.
No. 33 Qiaoxi Avenue, Songshan District, Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia 024005, Mongolia
Phone: +18663110818
Office Phone: +108007131478
info@otoltd.com
Bolormaa Kushi

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