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Posts tagged 'silver news'

“Fun Friday” as Excitement Hits Precious Metals Market - Weekly Wrap Up (July 10, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 4 days ago 74205 Views No comments

Legendary investor Eric Sprott discusses the precious metals markets and answers listener questions regarding a few specific mining company shares.

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Higher Highs and Lows Ahead in Precious Metals and Miners - David Brady (July 9, 2020)

By David Brady 5 days ago 7831 Views No comments

Sentiment is one of the best contrarian indicators there is, but it is just one of the tools that I follow as part of my data-driven process. That said, it works extremely well in the precious metals and miners space, because people who invest there—like those who follow Bitcoin—are extremely passionate about their positions for reasons that transcend just potential gains or losses.

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Real Rates Drive Gold Higher - Craig Hemke (July 7, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 7 days ago 75254 Views No comments

For as long as I can remember, I've stated that negative nominal and negative real interest rates are the key, primary driver for higher gold prices. And now we're seeing this play out in real time.

First of all, what is the "real" interest rate? Simply put, it's the nominal or stated rate of a bond minus the inflation rate. Here's a definition from Investopedia:

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Production Down Significantly: Massive Silver Shortage Coming in the Near Future? - Nathan McDonald (July 3, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 11 days ago 7387 Views No comments

The overall market cap of the silver sector is incredibly small when compared to other segments of the economy, and is thus susceptible to wild swings, manipulation and disruptions. This has always been the case; however, the remainder of 2020 may starkly highlight these problems.

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Extreme Sentiment In A Quiet Week Risks Trouble - David Brady (July 3, 2020)

By David Brady 11 days ago 11244 Views No comments

FUNDAMENTAL BACKDROP

Short-Term Risks

  • Fed is tapering its liquidity injections and the balance sheet is actually falling.
  • Trade war between China and the US is escalating.
  • Risk of a Wave 2 of COVID-19 and renewed lockdowns, crashing the economy and stocks too in the short-term.
  • Bankruptcies accelerate across all sectors.

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“Things Have Changed” in Precious Metals: Lessons From a Volatile Week​ - Weekly Wrap Up (July 2, 2020)​

By Craig Hemke 12 days ago 75198 Views No comments

Eric Sprott discusses a volatile week in precious metals and looks ahead to an interesting month of July.

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Extreme COMEX Delivery Demand Continues - Craig Hemke (June 30, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 14 days ago 128016 Views 3 comments

Demand for physical delivery through the COMEX futures market continues, and this has significant implications for the future of the current fractional reserve and digital derivative pricing scheme.

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The Debt Bomb is Detonating: A Wave of Defaults is Coming - Nathan McDonald (June 26, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 18 days ago 15584 Views 1 comment

Typically, the last bill people stop paying when they are overcome by debt is their mortgage and rent. Well, if that is the case, then Americans just rang the alarm bell, because things are about to get messy.

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Thinking About Buying Gold? Stop Thinking and Get in the Game - Weekly Wrap Up (June 26, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 18 days ago 53847 Views 1 comment

Eric Sprott discusses the precious metals markets and the mining shares.

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Clouds Gather for Oil, Stocks, and Gold in the Short-Term - David Brady (June 26, 2020)

By David Brady 18 days ago 32037 Views No comments

Beginning with the fundamental backdrop, we’re seeing an increasing number of headlines and States signaling a resurgence of COVID-19, or “Wave 2”, and talk of renewed lockdowns. This comes on the heels of the Fed’s taper of liquidity, which I discussed last week. This spells disaster for the economy and a double whammy for stocks.

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Gold & Silver Begin The Move To New All-Time Highs - Chris Vermeulen (June 24, 2020)

By Chris Vermeulen 20 days ago 4927 Views No comments

We warned about this move many months ago and just 6 days ago we issued a research post suggesting Gold had cleared major resistance and would start a rally mode to push above $2000 – possibly above $2100. Well, guess what happened right after we made that statement? Yup – Gold started to rally higher and is currently trading near $1790 – about to break $1800 for the first time in 2020.

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Waiting on COMEX Silver - Craig Hemke (June 23, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 21 days ago 71506 Views No comments

With COMEX gold getting very near new 2020 highs, concern is growing that COMEX silver is not coming along for the ride. Let's give it a few days and then check back.

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When the Fed Reopens the Floodgates of Liquidity, Gold and Silver will Soar - David Brady (June 19, 2020)

By David Brady 25 days ago 11842 Views No comments

The Fed has now tapered liquidity injections to $80 billion per month in U.S. treasury bonds compared to rapidly rising government deficits and debt and the massive increase in the supply of bonds as a result.

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“Solid Green Candles” as Precious Metals Finish the Week Strong - Weekly Wrap Up (June 19, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 25 days ago 20438 Views 2 comments

With gold prices nearing their all-time highs, legendary investor Eric Sprott discusses the precious metals and some of his investments in the mining sector.

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Consumer Trends Bode Well for Silver - Maria Smirnova​ (June 19, 2020)

By Maria Smirnova 25 days ago 952 Views 1 comment

In this report, we look at silver's recent price move and revisit the long-term consumer-driven trends that affect silver. Fundamental shifts in technology and consumer preferences are supportive for several verticals of silver usage. First, we discuss silver's recent rise.

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