The infographic below illustrates 5 key reasons why it is important to own some silver.
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It’s Economics 101. Price works to balance supply and demand. Limited supply causes higher prices; higher prices help curb demand…[and] that equation is playing out right now in the silver market. Mined silver supplies have been drying up over the past few years, while silver prices have climbed 20% in the same time frame…
Silver has often rebounded nearly 100% within 12-15 months after bad and long bear markets. History says Silver is ripe for a similar move over the next 12 to 18 months.
Silver is now rarer than gold and will be for all of eternity. From this point forth we work from current silver production alone and, from this point forth, demand will outstrip production without exception. Can you imagine what that means for the future price of this, indeed, precious metal? Forget about the popular expression: ‘Got gold?’ The much more important – and potentially more profitable – question to ask these days is, ‘Got silver?’
Silver in early 2018 is inexpensive compared to M3, National Debt, government expenditures, the Dow and gold.
Coming off two successive positive years, gold seems to be building toward something. Fizzling or dropping seems unlikely given 2017’s surprise performance and the general state of global equity markets – most of which seem to be overpriced, over-loved and over the top. 2017 will be recorded as a transition year for gold; 2018, in my opinion, will go down as the year gold reasserted itself as a primal force in the global financial marketplace.
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