NEW YORK (DailyFinance) -- Everybody knows gold had a great year in 2010, rising 27% and beating most other investments. But silver actually did much better, climbing a breathtaking 83%. Can the "poor man's gold" continue to outperform its more expensive big brother?Many analysts think so. Adrian Day, an asset manager and author of a recent book on commodities, Investing in Resources, says that for 25 years silver stockpiles were so huge that its price didn't move. But in recent months, the stockpiles have been exhausted.
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