Wednesday , 26 June 2019


Silver

Silver Rally Will Not Cause Gold/Silver Ratio To Drop To 15:1 – Even 30:1 – Even 45:1. Here’s Why

The gold/silver ratio has rather shockingly continued to rise steadily, and this month it has even broken above 90:1 but don't expect some kind of automatic reversion of the gold/silver ratio down to dramatically lower levels in favor of silver just because the current ratio seems very high. It is much more likely that future silver rallies will peak and top out around a gold/silver ratio in the range of 50:1. Here's why.

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Silver Will Soon Move Suddenly & Shockingly Higher – Here’s Why (+5K Views)

I am convinced that silver will soon explode in price in a manner of unprecedented proportions, both in terms of previous silver rallies and relative to all other commodities. By unprecedented, I mean that the price of silver will move suddenly and shockingly higher in a manner never witnessed previously, including the great price run ups in 1980 and 2011. The highest prior price level of $50 will quickly be exceeded.

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Silver is Now Even More Precious Than Gold! Do You Own Any? (+5K Views)

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?

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Silver: A BIG Move Near?

Silver has been in a descending triangle over the past 8 years but looks to be nearing completion. This suggests a large move in Silver is near.

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Gold Measurements: What Do the Terms “Karat” & “Troy” Ounce Actually Mean? (+44K Views)

You have no doubt read countless articles on the price of gold costing "x dollars per ounce", own a gold ring or some other piece of gold jewellery and/or wear or have bought/plan to buy a diamond ring but do you really understand exactly what you are buying? What's the difference between 1 troy ounce of gold and 1 (regular) ounce? What's the difference between 18 and 10 karat gold? What's the difference between a .75 and a 1.0 carat diamond? Let me explain. Words: 1102

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The “Rothschild System” and the Present & Future Price of Gold (+5K Views)

If the East has gained control of the gold, and the West is essentially insolvent to its core, why aren’t gold and silver finding a higher level that, at a minimum, would reflect a simple adjustment for inflation for the past few decades? The answer is really quite simple: the "Rothschild formula" is is alive and well. Let me explain just what the Rothschild formula is and how it is influencing the price of gold.

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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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