That should set off the collar on silver. Just my opinion.
and back it with silver. You know some country is going to do that pretty soon with this huge ocean of fiat that is making less and less sense. Once one does I think it will be like dominos and silver will claim huge swaths of fiat.
There's always tomorrow though.
I like to get a variety of views and data to make informed decisions. I don't agree or disagree with everything particular websites promote. It's good we're allowed to have websites that don't conform to the talking points.
to the highest it's ever been. That to me signals home prices are about to come way down
Makes no sense to even compare what money was worth 35 years ago. How much was a new car, a pack of cigarettes, a gallon of gas? Silver should be at least 25.00
Money for nothing lol.
I'm not sure what the answer is for the housing market but it certainly isn't higher interest rates.
I look for gold to be up 200 from here by the end of the week on a dovish Fed.
It used to be you'd just see a lot of those blue dots indicating foreclosure in poor or rural areas, they seem to have just popped up all over the place, unless Zillow is doing something differently. The Mint put out another 200 k Silver Eagles today, seems sporadically flailing.
I doubt silver can go much lower as it will just be met with fierce buying and supply is on fumes.
plunge. My question would be that if the economy is so great, what is it running on, BS?
Drag the magnifier over the coin on their site and you can see those new grooves to prevent counter fitting.
Super beautiful coin.
another 23% this year. At some point they're going to have to drastically cut back on mining base metals and that's silver will really shine.
But it's different this time.
The money is there.
Silver has a very small market cap and at the current price only 13 billion dollars worth is produced per year. Of that only around 4 billion is available for physical investment. Around .50 cents per person, a tenfold gain would be nothing. Just my opinion.