I would be very cautious listening to 140 an ounce talk.
Do some DD on silver mining history in Colorado and Nevada.
There is still MASSIVE quantities of silver still in the ground.
That is why we never had a silver standard. Gold was chosen instead.
Start with mines in Leadville Co.
Also I have heard this kind of big talk since 1980. Maybe a thousand. What if we are only half right.
Granted there is a growing demand.
They use silver instead of gold because of price. What will replace silver if the price gets too high?