Bismuth is much more rarer than silver

Discussion in 'Commodity Futures' started by KINGOFSHORTS, May 20, 2010.

  1. Yet less than 17 bucks gets you a pound. It is half as rare as gold yet it cost a fraction of what gold is going for.

    So what gives?
  2. Retief


    Nobody wants it. Too much supply and too little demand. Basic economics.
  3. dewton


    it's used in pepto-bismol. (random fact)
  4. It's not exchange-traded. :( :D