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Silver/Gold Ratio

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As for nominal market charts, little is resolved by today’s expression of relief. Once again the bear case for the broad markets finds itself on a thin line. If silver breaks upward in ratio to gold (SLV-GLD shown here) then PM stocks should rebound strongly yes, but so too will the bull case likely remain … Continue reading “Silver/Gold Ratio”

Weekend Charts

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From my blog at http://biiwii.blogspot.com……

Got Gold Get Silver – The Coming Short Squeeze in Silver

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One way to measure the potential investment upside of silver is to measure it against gold. Right now the gold/silver ratio is around 63.5. In the last couple years years it’s been in the 80’s and as low as 48…..

Have We Just Seen The End of The Big Rally in Silver?

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In the previous essay, we’ve emphasized that gold is to move higher, and since it has just moved significantly higher, it seems that you may wonder what we think about the situation in its sister-metal – silver. However, before providing you with technical details, we would like to provide you with not-so-bullish views on China, and briefly comment on how it might affect the precious metals market….

Mike Kachanovsky: Scoop Up Resource Stocks on Dips

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…In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, Mike Kachanovsky, aka ‘Mexico Mike’, (Investor’s Digest of Canada), discusses why he believes the market is better than ever for precious metals, as well as the abating political risk for mining companies in countries such as Mexico, Colombia and Vietnam….

Brien Lundin: Gold Looking Good; Silver Even Better

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In this exclusive Gold Report interview, Gold Newsletter editor and publisher Brien Lundin admits he’s a bit worried about this run’s breakout. He hasn’t lost hope, he says, but “we really need to clear $1,250 over the next six to eight weeks to validate the continuance of this as another one of these major gold rallies” that would carry gold up to the $1,350 to $1,500 range….

David Morgan: In the Grips of a Currency Crisis

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However the evolving global currency crisis ultimately manifests itself, either total deflation and a debt-liquidating depression or a hyperinflationary blow-off, David Morgan of The Morgan Report says….

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