Monday , 16 September 2019


Gold & Silver

Silver: $100/ozt. Reasonable By 2020 – 2022 Or Sooner (+3K Views)

The global financial system is increasingly unstable and fragile, even more so than in 2008. The important question these days is: How will governments, central banks and financial systems respond to the ongoing crisis? Future prices for silver are dependent upon the answer to that question. I suggest three possible scenarios.

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Don’t Ignore Silver; Its Time has Come! (+3K Views)

Gold and silver generally move in sync with each other and tend to move in the same direction. The relationship is such that there’s even an indicator that measures it – the gold/silver ratio. Many investors use the ratio to spot extremes in the pricing of either precious metal, and to spot trends, whether up or down. The ratio currently sits at approx. 80:1 and suggests that silver has some catching up to do.

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Silver Could Drop to $7 in Coming Recession! Here’s Why (+2K Views)

Silver is not a safe investment. Just because prices are low now does not mean the bottom is in. Investing in this metal is pure speculation with very little fundamental support. If the U.S economy stays strong silver has little upside and may lose speculation premium when interest rates are cut but if the economy collapses silver prices will crash along with every other commodity.

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$10 Silver Is Coming! Here’s Why (+2K Views)

I believe that we are on the verge of an epic sell-off in silver that will take the price of gold's little brother down to the $10 level quickly. I have a strong sense that the price action over coming months will shock many, just as they were shocked by oil over recent months.

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$22,000 – $50,000 Gold Required To Salvage World’s Debts & Derivatives (+3K Views)

The current meltdown of the world’s debt bubble is likely to continue in the course of the next months and Hugo Salinas Price, Mexican business magnate, investor, and philanthropist and the president of the Mexican Civic Association for Silver, believes that the salvaging all debt and derivatives might require a gold price as high as between $22,000 and $50,000 per ounce. Here's his rationale.

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