Monday , 24 June 2019


Gold & Silver

Gold:Silver Ratio Suggests Much Higher Future Price for Silver – MUCH Higher! (+21K Views)

The majority of analysts maintain that gold will reach a parabolic peak price somewhere in excess of $5,000 per troy ounce in the next few years. Given the fact that the historical movement of silver is 90 – 95% correlated with that of gold suggests that a much higher price for silver can also be anticipated. Couple that with the fact that silver is currently greatly undervalued relative to its average long-term historical relationship with gold and it is realistic to expect that silver will eventually escalate dramatically in price. How much? This article applies the historical gold:silver ratios to come up with a range of prices based on specific price levels for gold being reached.

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Silver Could Hit $150 A Troy Ounce – Here’s Why (3K Views)

...A collapse of the U.S. dollar is inevitable. The U.S. Dollar Index has been bouncing off of four-year lows for the past several weeks but this cannot last much longer with a global trade war and U.S. equity correction looming....The U.S. dollar and fiat currencies are in trouble, hinting that gold and silver prices could again go screaming higher...[as] the two still generally trade inverse to each other and, while gold is perhaps the safest way to hedge against a falling dollar, the most profitable option is silver.

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The Road To $10,000 Gold: What Could Unfold Over the Next Few Years

My long standing target for gold of $10,000 in today’s money and much, much higher in inflationary terms, is now more probable than ever but I hope it will never be achieved. When gold goes to $10,000, It will not just reflect inflation and falling currencies like in the 1970s but a much more serious or even catastrophic situation both in the U.S. and globally so let’s look at a potential scenario for the next few years. This is obviously not a forecast but more of a rough sketch of what could happen:

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Silver Prices Are Way Too Low Any Way You Look At It

The graphs below show that silver prices are too low based on five decades of history and via comparisons to national debt, the S&P 500 Index and gold. Expect silver prices to rise far higher in coming years as the over-leveraged financial system resets and rebalances.

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