…The internet fueled the 1990s Dot.com bubble; blockchain technology stoked Bitcoin; the electric vehicle revolution triggered the recent bubble in Tesla; and next, I believe, a global currency crisis could trigger a bubble in gold that sends prices to unthinkable levels. Governments around the world have made it clear they will continue to print money [and, as a result,] they eventually will have no choice but to default and restructure their debt. A new monetary system (likely digital) will emerge, and I believe this will be the driving force behind the bubble in gold. Velocity of Money Inflation and supply shortages will only get worse. In the latter phase of the monetary crisis, the velocity of money will increase sharply. Instead of hoarding currency, people will spend their dollars quickly – fearing widespread shortages and higher prices. Physical Bullion Coins Finding quality bullion products could become difficult partly because of resource shortages but more likely because of a demand shock (i.e where a rapid influx in demand overwhelms supply for months or even years)…[and] we are seeing some of this now. I prefer government minted coins over bars or rounds. Why? They are recognizable and harder to counterfeit. There will likely be numerous fake coins and bars circulating near the end of the bubble – you will want to have something dealers and individuals recognize and trust. When to Sell Timing the exact top of a bubble is difficult. Towards the end, prices will often double in a month or less. People who have never bought gold or silver will be panicking to get some (fear of missing out). You will overhear conversations in the grocery store about a mining stock or a new “gold-backed” cryptocurrency [and] that is when you know we are getting close… How to Prepare I prefer a long-term accumulation strategy – trying to trade volatile markets is a recipe for disaster. Sure, you may have a good trade here or there, but eventually, you are going to get stung. I have developed a gold cycle indicator [see below] that helps me sleep better at night… Conclusion I believe a global currency crisis could trigger a bubble in gold sometime after 2024 that sends prices to unthinkable levels so you have time to prepare… Scroll to very bottom of page & add your comments on this article. We want to share what you have to say! Editor’s Note: The original article by AG Thorson has been edited ([ ]) and abridged (…) above for the sake of clarity and brevity to ensure a fast and easy read. The author’s views and conclusions are unaltered and no personal comments have been included to maintain the integrity of the original article. Furthermore, the views, conclusions and any recommendations offered in this article are not to be construed as an endorsement of such by the editor. Also note that this complete paragraph must be included in any re-posting to avoid copyright infringement. munKNEE should be in everybody’s inbox and MONEY in everybody’s wallet! If you want more articles like the one above sign up in the top right hand corner of this page and receive our FREE bi-weekly newsletter (see sample here). munKNEE.com – ” The internet’s most unique site for financial articles! Here’s why“
Today, institutional participation…in the gold market is minimal but, with interest rates near zero globally, we’re seeing signs that this is changing rapidly – and one you want to make sure you’re in front of. The latest such news:…the Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund, has announced it will allocate 5% of its (+$750M) assets to gold…and it’s the first major pension fund this year to publicly announce it has entered the gold market. That’s roughly 2.5% of ALL the new gold brought into circulation last year for investment – from one fund. A couple things make this very interesting… This fund is only one of eight similar public pensions in that state alone so there’s a great deal of cash from these kinds of entities that could look at entering the gold market. This fund is a very traditional “money” manager so for them to enter the gold market signals a major shift. Pension funds are typically among the most conservative, long-term oriented investors, and don’t jump in and out of positions so this public move from a large mainstream fund is likely to spur other institutional investors to consider making an allocation to gold, too. This is a trend we expect will pick up steam, particularly in a ZIRP (Zero Interest Rate Policy) world. One of the most supportive conditions for gold is a negative “real” interest rate (10-year Treasury rate minus the CPI). When real rates are zero or negative, like they are now, gold has historically performed very well. The Fed and other central bankers have essentially signaled that they don’t plan to change this policy anytime soon. The compelling angle to all this is that most pension funds currently have zero direct exposure to gold. Estimates vary, but we’ve seen percentages from less than 1% to as high as 2%. That 2% figure looks like this. In other words, the vast majority of pension funds have not yet bought any gold. We’re not implying that they all will, but clearly a lot more could – and likely will. On a global basis, pension funds currently have assets…exceeding $46 trillion (second bar from left), which completely dwarfs the gold industry (middle gold bar). Even the total value of all known above-ground gold (at $1900) is puny compared to the amount of…capital the wide array of institutional investors have at their disposal. It appears clear that institutional investors are now starting to enter the gold market. This is a new trend in motion, one that could easily last years. It’s a catalyst in and of itself, and one you want to make sure you’re in front of. Scroll to very bottom of page & add your comments on this article. We want to share what you have to say! Editor’s Note: The original article by Jeff Clark has been edited ([ ]) and abridged (…) above for the sake of clarity and brevity to ensure a fast and easy read. The author’s views and conclusions are unaltered and no personal comments have been included to maintain the integrity of the original article. Furthermore, the views, conclusions and any recommendations offered in this article are not to be construed as an endorsement of such by the editor. Also note that this complete paragraph must be included in any re-posting to avoid copyright infringement. Related Articles from the munKNEE Vault: 1. Pension Funds: Why $5,000 Gold May Be Too Low! (+2K Views) You already know the basic reasons for owning gold — currency protection, inflation hedge, store of value, calamity insurance — many of which are becoming clichés even in mainstream articles. Throw in the supply and demand imbalance, and you’ve got the basic arguments for why one should hold gold for the foreseeable future. There is another driver of the price, however, that escapes many gold watchers and certainly the mainstream media and I’m convinced that once this sleeping giant wakes, it could ignite the gold market like nothing we’ve ever seen. [Let me explain.] Words: 788 2. Most Pension Fund Managers Shy Away From Gold – Guess Why (+2K Views) As the unbacked Federal Reserve Note continues to be abused and devalued, it becomes clearer every day that pension funds should increase their precious metals holdings. munKNEE should be in everybody’s inbox and MONEY in everybody’s wallet! If you want more articles like the one above sign up in the top right hand corner of this page and receive our FREE bi-weekly newsletter (see sample here). munKNEE.com – ” The internet’s most unique site for financial articles! Here’s why“
Automatically receive the internet’s most informative articles bi-weekly via our free bi-weekly Market Intelligence Report newsletter (sample here). Register in the top right hand corner of this page. The internet is filled with predictions for the price of gold, from $500 to $50,000 per ounce. It depends on your world view. I suggest three simple scenarios. The original article, as written by Gary Christenson (DeviantInvestor.com), is presented below by the editorial team of munKNEE.com (Your Key to Making Money!) in a slightly edited ([ ]) and abridged (…) format to provide you with a fast and easy read. Scenario One – status quo: The next five years could look much like the last 20 – 40 years. Politicians spend too much money, debt expands exponentially, central banks monetize debt and desperately inflate and reflate bubbles to maintain their power and continue the transfer of wealth from the many to the few. This is “status quo” or “more of the same” and indicates that gold prices will rise substantially, but not in a hyperinflation. Scenario Two – deflationary crash: Deflationary forces overwhelm the financial system and central bankers and politicians can’t or won’t reverse those deflationary forces. In that scenario most paper assets crash while the purchasing power of gold increases far more. Central bankers will do almost anything to avoid this scenario. Scenario Three – deflation and hyperinflation: Deflationary forces temporarily crash the financial system (signs are visible in 2016-Q1), and eventually central bankers and governments inflate currencies, possibly to hyperinflationary levels in their heavy-handed reaction. In this scenario gold prices will go into the stratosphere – perhaps $5,000 or $50,000+ per ounce. The ultimate gold price in a hyperinflationary scenario is unpredictable since hyperinflationary forces feed upon themselves and destroy purchasing power unpredictably. Gold reached nearly 100 trillion Weimar Marks per ounce in 1923. Gold, if currently priced in 1945 (pre-devaluation) Argentina pesos would be over 10,000 trillion 1945 pesos. Hyperinflation is an ugly, destructive, and unpredictable process, even for a reserve currency. In Scenario One – more of the same – we can reasonably expect: Politicians and central bankers will manage the crisis of 2016-2017 as they have most other crises (such as 1987, 1998, 2000, 2008) by increasing spending, addressing an excess debt problem with even more debt, and pumping more “funny money” into the global financial system. Official US national debt increases more rapidly than its typical 9% per year compounded rate. (perhaps 10 – 12% per year) Dollars, euros, yen and other currencies devalue against each other and against real assets. (currency wars) Stock markets collapse further, and then, buoyed by central bank “printing” and currency devaluations, will rise. Depressed commodity prices will move much higher as currency devaluations are aggressively pursued by central banks. People and investors eventually realize that currencies are devaluing and they must avoid over-valued bonds, negative interest rates, crashing stock markets, and paper promises to preserve their savings. Gold prices will rally much higher based on increased investor demand in a supply constrained market. Given the above “status quo” scenario, the VALUATON model I described in my book, “Gold Value and Gold Prices From 1971 – 2021” is relevant. The model is based on three variables, the official US national debt, the price of crude oil, and the S&P 500 Index. I used prices smoothed with moving averages since 1971 to define the basic trend of gold prices. The correlation of the calculated gold (using smoothed prices) with the actual smoothed annual prices was about 0.98 since 1971. This valuation model works well within a broad range of economic conditions, including stock and bond bull markets, bear markets, crude oil bubbles and crashes, various forms of quantitative easing, Democratic and Republican Presidents, wars, and occasional peace. Using “status quo” assumptions for future increases in official national debt and crude oil, and a collapsing S&P 500 Index, I created the following graph of “calculated gold” for the next several years. This is a model based on reasonable assumptions but there is no guarantee those assumptions will be fulfilled. Strange and unexpected events have unfolded in the past decade. Examples: In 2007 few expected the S&P 500 to fall below 700. Who expected seven years of essentially zero interest rates in the U.S. after the 2008 crisis? Three years ago who would have predicted that in excess of $7 Trillion in sovereign debt in 2016 would yield “negative interest?” Who in 2013 would have predicted sub-$30 crude oil? My Point is: Strange and unpredictable events occur in a central banker controlled world dominated by overwhelming debt. Secondary and tertiary consequences of stupidity, wars, QE, ZIRP, and negative interest rates are difficult to predict. A deflationary collapse and hyperinflation are perhaps as likely as the four strange and unexpected examples above. Gold prices in a deflationary collapse or hyperinflationary blow-off are difficult to imagine. The more likely expectation, in my opinion, is a continuation of the “status quo” financial conditions we have experienced since 1971. The model suggests that a reasonable “status quo” valuation for gold in 2021 is around $3,000. Prices will fall below and occasionally spike much higher than the valuation so a gold price of $5,000 in 2020 – 2022 is plausible. The above is not a prediction! It is based on the observation that central banks devalue their currencies, governments spend to excess, and those actions affect the prices for crude oil, stocks, commodities, and gold… CONCLUSIONS How crazy will it get? The future price of gold is very much dependent upon the reactions of governments and central banks regarding the current deflationary forces. Status quo response: $3,000 – $5,000 per ounce is quite possible at some time in 2020 – 2022, if not sooner. Deflationary crash response: Gold will substantially increase in purchasing power, but its price in dollars, euros, yen, etc. is difficult to estimate, depending upon the economic damage that occurs. Hyperinflationary response: The price of gold will be unbelievably high. “Follow the munKNEE” on Facebook or via our FREE bi-weekly Market Intelligence Report newsletter (see sample here , sign up in top right hand corner) Related Articles from the munKNEE Vault: Silver: $100/ozt. Reasonable By 2020 – 2022 Or Sooner The global financial system is increasingly unstable and fragile, even more so than in 2008. The important question these days is: How will governments, central banks and financial systems respond to the ongoing crisis? Future prices for silver are dependent upon the answer to that question. I suggest three possible scenarios. 2. Gold & Silver To Plummet By End of March – Then Go Parabolic! Gold & silver will plummet to $725ozt. & $12ozt., respectively, by the end of March, 2016, and then go absolutely parabolic in price by the end of 2016/early 2017. Below are the specific details, with charts, to help you reap substantial financial rewards should you wish to avail yourself of my analyses. 3. Gold Will Reach $2,500/ozt In the Near Future – and $10,000 Thereafter After two years of declines, many investors sold their gold holdings and vowed never to invest in gold again. However, in the fall of 1976, gold began an ascent that saw it rise 750%, peaking at $850 a troy ounce three years and four months later. After a 3-year correction, the same opportunity to buy low exists today, just as it did in 1976.
Automatically receive the internet’s most informative articles bi-weekly via our free bi-weekly Market Intelligence Report newsletter (sample here). Register in the top right hand corner of this page. Historically, when the Gold vs. Silver ratio reaches an extreme level, and precious metals begin to rally, a reversion within the ratio takes place, which represents a revaluation process for silver prices compared to gold prices. This typically means that the prices of Silver will accelerate to the upside as the price of gold moves higher – resulting in a decrease in the ratio level and we expect that, for every drop of 5.0 points in the gold/silver ratio, the price of Silver should increase by 6.5% to 7.5% to the price of Gold. …I believe a reversion process has already begun…[and that it] is about to explode as a dramatic revaluation event unfolds over the next 12+ months. This process will become more evident to…as the price of Gold continues to rally towards the +$1,750/ozt. level and as the price of Silver explodes higher in larger and larger advances. … Our previous analysis suggested Gold will attempt a move to levels above $1,650 to $1,700 on the next breakout move higher [and] this…move will expose the price reversion event…[and] the expected Silver price advantage for all traders going forward.@Gold&Silver Gold/Silver Ratio – Silver Price vs Ratio Level We put together this reference table to assist all traders in understanding just how important this move could be to them. This reference table shows the current Gold/Silver price levels (in GREY) as the ratio levels change from 88 to lower levels. If the price of Gold were to stay at the same $1,426/ozt. level while Silver rallied to prompt an 82 or 77 ratio level, then the price of silver would move from the current price of $16.19/ozt. to $17.39 or $18.52 in order to reflect this decreased ratio level. That represents a 7.5% to 14.3% price increase. If the price of Gold advances to $1,650 or $1,750/ozt. while the ratio level drops to the 82 or 77 ratio level (because Silver advances fast[er] than Gold), then the price of Silver would move from the current price of $16.19/ozt. to $20.12 to $22.73. That move represents a 24.2% to 40.3% price increase in Silver when Gold increased only 15.7% to 22.7%. If the price of Silver advances even faster than our “what if” scenario, above, and Gold continues to advance as we expect, then the increased price reversion process taking place in Silver as a process of this revaluation event could result in a 70% to 110% fast[er] price advance in Silver than the price advance that takes place in Gold. We believe the next upside price leg in Silver will target $19.50 to $22.75/ozt. This target range supports the highlighted area on our Ratio table (below). In other words, we believe the ratio level will attempt to quickly move toward the 70 to 77 level as Gold prices rally over the next few months. This would push silver up into the $22.50 to $25/ozt. price level very quickly. If Gold were to rally above $1,950/ozt. on an extended upside price advance before August or September, then we believe the reversion process would become extremely hyperactive in nature and the price of Silver could push well above $29~34 per [troy] ounce – may be even higher… If Gold were to move up above $1,750/ozt. ( (which is our expected target for the next leg higher) and the Gold/Silver ratio was to drop below the 55 level then the expected target price for Silver would be somewhere between $30 and $40/ozt. – more than 100% higher than the current price of Silver – and it could go well above $50/ozt. over the long run. If you think $50/ozt. is unimaginable or unrealistic, we’ve just shown you why it is possible these levels could be reached before the end of 2019 or in 2020. If you have not grasped the reality of what is likely to unfold over the next 6 to 12+ months in the global markets and that precious metals are the setup of the decade, then pay attention to the fact that gold and silver are poised for moves ranging from 40% to 240% over the next 12+ months depending on the scale and scope of this move… Related Articles from the munKNEE Vault: 1. The Case For $25 Silver – Possibly $68 Silver – Or Even $90 Silver – In the Next Few Years Every time the gold:silver ratio has reached a level of around 82, it has led to extraordinary rallies in the silver market. 2. Silver Will Soon Move Suddenly & Shockingly Higher – Here’s Why (+6K 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. 3. Silver Prices: How High Will They Go? $100? $300? $500? (+37K Views) Silver prices have risen exponentially for the past 90 years as the dollar has been consistently devalued. Expect continued silver price rises. 4. Silver Breakout To $22.50-$24.00 Coming In Next 2-4 Months – Then Quickly To +$85/ozt! One of the most incredible trade setups you’ll ever see in Silver is just weeks or months from initiating the next upside price leg and we are alerting you now to be prepared. 5. Silver:Monetary Base Ratio Shows Silver To Be the Bargain of the Century! Buying silver now is like buying silver back in 2003 when it was under $5 per troy ounce. It’s the bargain of the century! 6. Silver is Now Even More Precious Than Gold! Do You Own Any? (Almost 6K 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? 7. UPDATE – Gold:Silver Ratio Suggests Much Higher Future Price for Silver (+21K Views) Silver is currently greatly undervalued relative to its average long-term historical relationship with gold and, as such, 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. 8. Breakout in Silver Looks Convincing With Lots Of Upside Potential This market looks gorgeous, and has lots of upside potential in 2019. 9. Silver Has An Explosive Feeling Almost every one of the precious metals has some sort of explosive feeling and that is especially so with the price of silver. Let me explain why that is the case. 10. 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. 11. 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. 12. 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. 13. This Opportunity Is Being Handed to You On A Silver Platter! Talk about having an opportunity handed to you on a silver platter! Whether it’s buying shares of SLV or purchasing physical bullion, there really isn’t much of a downside at this point. If you haven’t staked your claim, now’s a good time to do it. 14. 10 Compelling Reasons To Add Physical Silver To Your Portfolio (Almost 3K Views) It’s natural and even prudent for an investor to wonder if a particular asset is a good investment or not and that’s especially true for silver, since it’s such a small market and doesn’t carry the same gravitas as gold. At this point in history, however, there are 10 compelling reasons to add physical silver to your portfolio. 15. What You Need to Know Before Investing in Silver (Almost 3K Views) I believe there is more opportunity in the silver market over the next two years relative to gold and, as such I’m now advocating accumulating a large overweight position in silver relative to gold because, over the long-term, there is such a great demand vs. supply situation developing….Before investing in silver, however, there are a number very important things that you must understand about the silver market. Let me explain. Words: 899 16. Analysis: Silver Prices Too Low – Could Rise Above $30 in 2019 – Here’s Why It is time to assess risk versus reward and buy silver with currency units recycled from other assets. 17. Silver Will Be the Single Best Investment This Decade – Here’s Why (+4K Views) The fiat currency experiment will end badly in a currency crisis. The wealthiest people will be those who bought silver today and were smart enough to research and pick the best silver mining stocks. 18. Silver Is A “Must Own” – Here’s Why (+3K Views) Silver has often rebounded nearly 100% within 12-15 months after bad and long bear markets. History says Silver is ripe for a similar move over the next 12 to 18 months. 19. $500 Silver Seems Absurd But Consider The Possibility (+2K Views!) Crafting such a bold title could become hazardous to my reputation since I am a conservative person. However, before you dust off the straight-jacket and have me committed, please take a few moments and consider the possibility. 20. The Case For $5,000 Silver – Yes, $5,000 Silver (+5K Views) If the price of silver were based directly on the real physical silver market, silver’s price should be at $5,000 an ounce. I’m not saying the price of silver will reach $5,000 an ounce; I’m just saying that the actual PHYSICAL silver spot price is not only extremely undervalued, but that it is an illusion compared to the real value of an ounce of physical silver, since it is totally disconnected from reality. [Let me explain further.] 21. Anticipating $200-$400 Silver Is Ridiculous – But What If…? (+2K Views) $200 or $400 silver is outrageous when we think in terms of today’s dollars, euros, and yen but what if… 22. Silver: $100/ozt. Reasonable By 2020 – 2022 Or Sooner (+2K Views) The global financial system is increasingly unstable and fragile, even more so than in 2008. The important question these days is: How will governments, central banks and financial systems respond to the ongoing crisis? Future prices for silver are dependent upon the answer to that question. I suggest three possible scenarios. 23. Don’t Ignore Silver; Its Time has Come! (+3K Views) Gold and silver generally move in sync with each other and tend to move in the same direction. The relationship is such that there’s even an indicator that measures it – the gold/silver ratio. Many investors use the ratio to spot extremes in the pricing of either precious metal, and to spot trends, whether up or down. The ratio currently sits at approx. 80:1 and suggests that silver has some catching up to do. 24. A Minimum Target of $675 for Silver Is NOT Wishful Thinking! Here’s Why (+2K Views) The 70s pattern for silver is very similar to the pattern that currently exists. Therefore, I do not think it is wishful thinking that silver will reach the target of $675 as a minimum. Now, you have an opportunity to go back in time to 1978, without a “time-machine,” and make a similar but bigger gain. 25. Now’s the Time To Trade In Your Gold For Silver – Here’s Why (+2K Views) If you’re a speculator in precious metals, now may be a good time to consider trading in some gold for silver. Here’s why. 26. Silver Will See Much Greater % Price Appreciation Than Gold – Here’s Why (+3K Views) The price of silver is going to go much, much higher – much higher – over the next decade relative to gold. Below are 5 solid reasons why I believe that is the case. 27. Once Silver Finds Bottom It Should Rebound By 350% – Here’s Why (Almost 4K Views) Spectacular bull markets in silver are not a fantasy and are not anomalies. In the last 35 years, silver has had a perfect record of strong bull markets after a bear market. A 350% gain is what can be expected once silver finds a bottom. Here’s why. 28. Start Stacking Silver and You’ll Be Rich In 5 Years! Here’s Why (+2K Views) The supply of silver went down in 2015 due to lower scrap supply and I believe silver production from mines will not rise significantly in 2016 so supply will be subdued going forward. Demand however will keep going up. [IMO if you start] stacking silver you’ll be rich in exactly 5 years. 29. Fractal Analysis Suggests Silver Price Explosion Like In 2004 Quite Possible Again The current silver bottoming process, albeit longer, is very similar to that of 2001 to 2003. Back then that base set up a bull rally that continued until 2011. The USD is making its last attempts to go higher before experiencing a major decline and when that decline starts (which is likely to be soon), the silver price will take off in a big way. 30. Silver Price Is A Coiled Spring – Continue Accumulating More Silver Investments Silver appears to be in the very late stages of its Head-and-Shoulders bottom and, with the price still not far off the Right Shoulder lows, we are at a very good point to continue accumulating silver investments. 31. Silver Trend Is Inevitable In Its Outcome – Here’s Why Supply and demand trends are clearly poised to continue tightening the silver market and when the next crisis hits the silver price will be significantly impacted by this trend. It may not happen this year, but the 20,000-foot view of this market says a crunch is on the way. It’s supply/demand 101. Editor’s Note: The above excerpts from the original article by Chris Vermeulen have been edited ([ ]) and abridged (…) for the sake of clarity and brevity. The author’s views and conclusions are unaltered and no personal comments have been included to maintain the integrity of the original article. Furthermore, the views, conclusions and any recommendations offered in this article are not to be construed as an endorsement of such by the editor. Also note that this complete paragraph must be included in any re-posting to avoid copyright infringement. Want more such articles? “Follow the munKNEE” on Facebook, on Twitter or via our FREE bi-weekly Market Intelligence Report newsletter (see sample here, sign up in top right hand corner of page). Get engaged: Have your say regarding the above article in the Comment section at the bottom of the page. Articles Wanted: Original articles & links to other informative articles that deserve a wider read. Send info to loriewil[at]yahoo[dot]com.
Lorimer Wilson September 4, 2020 993 Views Today’s infographic comes to us from New Pacific Metals and it takes a look at the bull markets in silver prices and the future of silver. (Click on image to enlarge) Editor’s Note: The original article by Nicholas LePan has been edited ([ ]) and abridged (…) above for the sake of clarity and brevity to ensure a fast and easy read. The author’s views and conclusions are unaltered and no personal comments have been included to maintain the integrity of the original article. Furthermore, the views, conclusions and any recommendations offered in this article are not to be construed as an endorsement of such by the editor. Also note that this complete paragraph must be included in any re-posting to avoid copyright infringement. A Few Last Words: Click the “Like” button at the top of the page if you found this article a worthwhile read as this will help us build a bigger audience. Comment below if you want to share your opinion or perspective with other readers and possibly exchange views with them. Register to receive our free Market Intelligence Report newsletter (sample here) in the top right hand corner of this page. Join us on Facebook to be automatically advised of the latest articles posted and to comment on any of them. munKNEE.com has joined eResearch.com to provide you with individual company research articles and specific stock recommendations in addition to munKNEE’s more general informative articles on the economy, the markets, and gold, silver and cannabis investing. Check out eResearch. If you like what you see then…