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Ratio Analyses Suggest Possible $10,400 Gold, $650 Silver and $250 Oil (+2K Views)

Analysing the long-term relationships of gold with other assets suggests that, in most instances, physical gold and silver and the shares of the companies that mine those precious metals have major upside potential - to somewhere between $3,000 and $10,400 per ounce for gold, between $75 and $650 per ounce for silver and in excess of $250 per barrel for crude oil - in the years to come. Words: 1132

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Get Ahead of the Herd – Buy Gold and Silver Stocks NOW!

"History has shown us, time and again, that the greatest leverage to gold’s rising price is owning gold exploration/development junior mining stocks. Will mainstream investors eventually catch on to the fact they need to own gold and to own gold shares?" Words: 696

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Silver’s Historical Correlation with Gold Suggests A Parabolic Top As High As $714 per Ounce! (+4K Views)

Almost 80 respected economists, academics, gold analysts and market commentators (see list below) are of the firm opinion that gold is going to go to at least $2,500 if not as high as $10,000 per ounce (or more) before the parabolic top is reached. As such, just imagine what is in store for silver given its historical price relationship with gold. We’re looking at an extreme case scenario of a future parabolic top of perhaps as much as $714 per ounce for silver, the ‘poor man’s gold’. Words: 1694

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Silver is a MUCH Better Buy Than Gold

While it is never too late to buy gold one look at the current gold:silver ratio clearly suggests that silver and/or the stocks and warrants of quality gold and silver miners and royalty companies is a MUCH better buy than buying gold at its current price. Words: 1157

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