Wednesday , 11 December 2019


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.

Silver prices have now returned to 1971 levels compared to total debt, currency in circulation, and the S&P 500 Index.

The past decade’s lows occurred about a year apart each December. See below:

Every seventh low since 1994 has been a major low.

The seven-year major low cycle for silver prices occurred in December 2015. This seven-year cycle suggests another major low in late 2022—early 2023. Will it occur? Wait and see but there is ample time for silver prices to double or triple—correct their under-valuation – between early 2019 and 2022.

Bottom Line

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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