SLW is a sleeper among the sleeping silver stocks.We are headed higher once the word gets out. Good Luck
From Ted Butler.
"But most important is the message it is sending to you, the silver investor. This is your wake-up call to complete your silver purchasing plans. The SUA has confirmed everything I have ever written about in silver. They didn�t intend to do that, but there was no other way. You can�t objectively analyze the silver market and not come to the conclusion that the market must explode due to an inevitable shortage.
All this fuss over one proposed silver ETF should make you think. Several gold ETFs, no problem. One silver ETF, big problem. There was no open and organized opposition to the gold ETFs, and their ultimate creation and active trading has led to no shortage in gold. The open and organized opposition by the SUA to the silver ETF confirms which commodity has the most critical supply/demand situation. When someone goes out of their way to prevent others from buying what they want to buy in your place, you can be sure they are not doing so for your benefit.
Whether the silver shortage becomes apparent due to the ETF, as the SUA seeks to prevent, or whether the shortage becomes apparent later, is not important. What is important is that the silver shortage will soon be upon us. And when the shortage is obvious to all, say good-bye to the current give-away prices."
I'm constantly trading the warrants, always churning, lol ...
Silver tends to follow gold in pricing and if the seasonal cycle holds, we are in for 2+ months of downward pricing ... last year, between the end of November and the end of January, SLW lost almost 25% of its value ...
Johnny, are you trading any of your SLW lately?? think if I sell today I have a good chance to buy back around $5??? sitting on some profits and getting an itchy trigger finger to release some trading shares
I am willing to consider the possibility that silver prices might increase soon, and that is why I am following this and other stocks. However, it would be nice if someone could offer some serious market analysis (as opposed to cheap speculation a la Butler).
Ted Butler is not in the business of selling silver. Show me one instance in any of his articles where he tries to sell anyone silver directly? He doesn't even endorse any particular dealer. Investmentrarities.com pays Butler for the privilege of posting his articles on their site. He has stated many times that one of the purposes of his articles is to encourage people to do their own research on silver and not to buy because he says so.