Monday , 16 September 2019


Gold & Silver

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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How Much Gold Should I Hold?

Independent research recommends that an allocation of 10% to gold and 5% to silver should be enough to ensure you will do much better in the coming market crash. Here is the rationale.

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Why, Pray Tell, Would I Want to Own Gold?? (+2K Views)

Comments I have made that "when this [financial crisis] finally ends the big winners are apt to be the ones who have lost the least purchasing power. Keeping score in nominal dollars is likely to be meaningless. Gold tends to hold its purchasing power regardless of what happens to fiat currency” have prompted questions about a) how to achieve such purchasing power with physical gold when this stage is reached, b) how to go about buying things with gold coins and c) how gold would be utilized under the assumption that a barter system would develop when dollars become worthless. [Let me explain.] Words: 700

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Now’s The Time To Buy Silver (SLV) Given These 4 Factors

SLV is trading at an attractive level, and appears to have entered a new uptrend towards the end of last year. The recent correction appears to be a positive technical development which should allow market participants to enter SLV at an appealing point around current levels.

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Why You Should Own Some Silver – As Well As Gold (+6K Views)

Silver has had quite a run the last couple months... so it's no surprise that it has gained much attention and interest from investors - even more so than gold. It is extremely volatile, however, and tends to rise or fall in spurts so I'd like to focus on its attributes as compared to gold, make a case for holding some, and discuss some ultimate price possibilities. Words: 1606

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