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4 Unique Characteristics Should Propel Silver Skyward

With the likes of Ray Dalio and billionaire George Soros placing big bets on a recovery in precious metals now is likely the time for investors to take the plunge. The key question remains, however, which precious metal? My preference is silver. Here's why.

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Is Gold Ready To Bounce? Not Likely! Here’s Why

Gold and silver have been all over the map in 2014. To figure out what’s next for the metals this article assesses their deep and long term status as speculative assets and the relationship between the two metals and determines what must happen to reverse their continuing decline. Read on!

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A Close Look At the Relationship Between Gold & Silver (+2K Views)

Until the crisis in the international monetary system is resolved, the monetary aspect of silver will dominate its industrial aspect, and gold will keep its leadership role. As the silver price goes up, the more the industrial demand will decline, while the monetary demand will rise. The question is, in what proportions will this happen. Central banks and sovereign funds will dominate the gold market, whereas private investors will mainly dominate the silver market. There is no central bank that I know of that is buying silver today for its monetary reserves. Gold remains mainly a monetary metal, whereas silver has, above all, become an industrial metal that, in a monetary crisis like today's, can play a monetary role, as "poor man’s gold".

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Silver Has the Potential to Increase 4-Fold From Today’s Price – Here’s Why (+2K Views)

The price ratio of gold to silver has fallen precipitously in raging bull markets for the metals, so the silver price could have an upwards move at four times the rate of any gold price increase. I think that the fundamentals look better than ever, and...[that] there is an explosive move coming in 2014. [Indeed,] I think that within a reasonable timeframe silver will probably trade over $100.

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