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Posts tagged 'Silverprices'

Wizard’s First Rule- Keith Weiner (05/11/2018)

By Keith Weiner 2 years ago 4103 Views No comments

Do you believe that the dollar will lose reserve status, collapse relative to other currencies, and hyper inflate soon?

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Setting Up For The Next Major Silver Bull Market - Steve St. Angelo (11/09/2018)

By Steve St. Angelo for SRSRoccoReport 2 years ago 5070 Views No comments

The situation in the silver market is so much more favorable today than when it was trading at $20 at the peak in 2007.

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COMEX Silver To Test 2015 Lows-Craig Hemke (04/09/2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 10800 Views 3 comments

For nearly three years, we've contended that the price lows of December 2015 constituted a "bear market low" for COMEX Digital Silver. It now appears that this notion is about to be severely tested.

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Another Gold Bearish Factor- Keith Weiner (27/08/2018)

By Keith Weiner 2 years ago 1867 Views No comments

Third world people use gold as collateral to borrow currency. This is all well and good until defaults spike, resulting in the sale of the gold.

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COMING BREAKOUT: The Gold & Silver Setup Today vs. 2008 - Steve St Angelo (27/08/2018)

By Steve St. Angelo for SRSRoccoReport 2 years ago 2403 Views No comments

Many investors still believe that gold and silver will crash along with the markets as they did in 2008, I think we may see quite the opposite

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In Next Crisis, Gold Won’t Drop Like 2008 - Keith Weiner (20/08/2018)

By Keith Weiner 2 years ago 2423 Views No comments

We cannot think of any gold-bearish differences between now and 2008. The differences are all gold-bullish by comparison

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Gold And Silver: Similar To 2008 - Dave Kranzler (15/08/2018)

By Dave Kranzler 2 years ago 5857 Views No comments

In 2008, gold was taken from $1020 to $700 and silver was pounded from $21 to $7 during the period of time that Bear Stearns, Lehman and the U.S. financial system was collapsing.

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US Majors Flush Out A Major Pivot Low and What’s Next - Chris Vermeulen (19/06/2018)

By Chris Vermeulen 2 years ago 3908 Views No comments

Closing out a big week in the markets, we see the US markets rotating a bit lower after a number of news events. Some of these were very positive and others were negative.

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Can Silver Break Its Chains? - David Brady (06/06/2018)

By David Brady 2 years ago 28115 Views No comments

Gold leads Silver at turns—which makes sense given the size of the Gold market relative to Silver--then Silver passes Gold in terms of performance.

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