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The newest “Thunder Road Report” appeared today. The author Ted Ferguson (associated to Seymour Pierce Equity Research) always succeeds in bringing an well researched message. In his latest edition, titled “Silver: right now (probably) the best asset in the world” he focuses on silver and its prospects.
This newest edition counts some 8 pages goes and the summary invites you to read the whole document:
“For more than a century, the silver price [...]
With continued volatility in major markets, as well as gold and silver, today King World News interviewed James Turk out of Europe. Turk included an extremely interesting chart for this interview. He discussed gold, silver, the mining shares and importantly, what to expect this summer. Here is what Turk had to say about the recent action in gold and silver: “The odds are improving that both gold and silver made an [...]
The Silver Institute’s “World Silver Survey 2012″ report hasn’t surprised investors and market participants. Silver mining output hit record highs last year, while silver demand from end users and investors remained robust – despite silver’s correction phase which started close to a year ago. The Silver Institute is one of the most important organisations in the silver sector, comprising producers, dealers and numerous companies that use silver. Thus, this study is of [...]
On January 11th, we expected the US Dollar to top as Sentiment was uber-bullish, which would lead to a nice rally for Gold, Silver, and (Mining) stocks. That day, the USD index closed at 81.35, Silver at $29.89, and Gold at $1,641. (Click HERE for the article)
Today, the USD stands at 78.90, Silver at $33.89 and Gold at $1,733.50, so we got what we expected.
On January 9th, we posted the following chart, which compares [...]
Surging silver demand – for industrial uses as well its position as a safe-haven for many investors – i
s creating some serious supply deficiency issues…what will this mean for the future of the silver industry?
Many financial analysts, investing experts, and even geologists have one big thing in common: a silver shortage is upon us.
Peak silver is no joke.
Here are a few factors contributing to many investors’ wildly bullish views on [...]
The world is about to peak in global silver production. This will not occur due to a lack of silver to mine, but rather as a result of the peaking of world energy resources, declining ore grades, and a falling Energy Returned On Invested – EROI. The information below will describe a future world that very few have forecasted and even less are prepared. [...]
The world is about to peak in global silver production. This will not occur due to a lack of silver to mine, but rather as a result of the peaking of world energy resources, declining ore grades, and a falling Energy Returned On Invested – EROI. The information below will describe a future world that very few have forecasted and even less are prepared. This is an update [...]
Those that are familiar with my writings about gold and silver for the last six years know that I have said gold was cheap at $500, $600, $700, $800, $1000 and $1,200 a troy ounce and know that I have said silver was cheap at $11, $12, $14, $16, $25, and $30 a troy ounce. Today, I will reiterate that gold is still cheap in the [...]
Most investors assume that because silver is almost 50 times cheaper than gold, it’s more abundant.
The amount of available silver is far rarer than the amount of available gold.
This fact is often overlooked by even the most seasoned silver investors. And it’s this lack of silver stockpiles that has become one of the most critical factors in what could jolt prices, lifting silver into an entirely [...]
The Bank of International Settlements (BIS) has changed, or revised, their silver derivatives data in their derivatives reports.
The change took place between their June, 2010 report, and their December, 2010 report, for the period of June, 2009.
The change was from $203 billion in “other precious metals” liabilities, changed down to $93 billion.
The change took place, in Table 22A: Amounts outstanding of OTC equity-linked [...]
by Jeff Clark of Casey Research
Silver Is Getting Too Popular… Right?
It’s no secret that the silver market is red hot. As I write, silver American Eagles and Canadian Maple Leafs are sold out at their respective mints. Buying in India has gone through the roof, especially noteworthy among a people with a strong historical preference for gold. Demand in China continues unabated. Silver stocks have screamed [...]
Short of an act of Congress, says silver guru David Morgan, falling U.S. domestic silver production limits total quantity of Silver Eaglesâ€”a recipe for rising demand and rising prices.
If governments would stop meddling with the free market, an efficient, lasting monetary system would evolve. The free market would choose silver and gold, as it has since the beginning of human history.