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  • melvinprit melvinprit Apr 30, 2011 2:44 PM Flag

    Makes be nervous

    Its like they doxnot realize that this is the year 2011, not 1980. They predict silver to fall back to 30. Thats like saying in 1980 dollars is will fall back to 8 bucks .

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      • Good article

        (Bloomberg) -- Silver May Jump to $62 an Ounce by Yearend, McGhee Says
        Silver prices may climb to $62 an ounce by yearend, Frank McGhee, the head dealer at Integrated Brokerage Services, said today at the Bloomberg Link Precious Metals Conference in New York.

        The current rally is “very different” from the jump in prices in the 1970s, and there is “no manipulation” in the market, he said.

        (Bloomberg) -- Silver May Rise to $55 an Ounce by Yearend, Coeur’s Wheeler Says
        Silver may rise to $55 an ounce by the end of year, Dennis Wheeler, the chief executive offer of Coeur d’Alene Mines Corp., the largest U.S. silver producer, said today at the Bloomberg Link Precious Metals Conference in New York.

        “Silver has clearly become money,” Wheeler said. Industrial demand for the metal “continues to grow,” he said.

        Discovering new deposits has become more difficult, while “older mines cease production at a time when demand continues to grow,” said Wheeler, whose company is based in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. High prices are not “a short-term phenomenon,” and the metal may jump to $55 by the end of 2011, he said. Integrated Brokerage’s McGhee predicted $62.

        China, which has just 1.6 percent of its reserves in gold, may invest more than $1 trillion in bullion, Pento said. “China wants to be an international player, and they need to own more gold than they currently have.”

        The U.S. Treasury Department projects the government could reach its debt ceiling of $14.3 trillion as soon as mid-May and run out of options for avoiding default by early July. The Fed has kept its benchmark rate between zero percent and 0.25 percent since December 2008 to help stimulate the economy, driving the dollar down 11 percent against a basket of six major currencies during the past year.

 
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