The difference between you and me is I believe silver in the near future will be worth more than most people can imagine. That being said this price suppression game could go on for another 3-5 years. As for the price over the past few years and last six months one can easily read charts and follow the weekly COT reports to see the massive shorting going on in the paper markets. The problem most silver investors and so called guru's make, is they believe physical buying or shortage will change that. That's why these so experts have been dead wrong. The only thing that will change is if the big commercials stops shorting hundreds or millions of paper silver. People just don't grasp how the silver price setting mechanism works. Counting retail silver sales on some site which sells silver is not a sound method to determine price setting. When the crooks allow the price to break free that is when silver will rise rapidly not until. Perfect example the mint stops selling silver eagles and the price continues down. This all the while sellers of bullion jack premiums up to screw silver investors. Paying 15-25% over spot silver price is plan stupid and not wise investing. Only people getting rich are futures traders and bullion wholesalers and silver sites peddling their commentary on silver to the moon garbage. Mean while stackers get hammered in premiums and propaganda by so called silver guru's. Simple math tells one if you pay $20 for silver and it goes to $10. A drop of 50% means you need a increase of 100% just to get even. Of course you can play the cost average game over the past four plus years. But don't worry the crash is coming and so is $100 silver as soon as cars run on water.
I have been informing silver investors since the middle of Feb when silver failed at $18.50. Now that $15.50 is soundly behind us. Support again comes in at $13.50 which was last seen in 2009. After that its $12.50 and if that occurs sub $10 silver is very likely. That would basically retrace all of the bull market move from 9 or so to 50.
By the looks of things there are a great deal of unsold vehicles. The trend is not always up and in the not so distance future layoffs will pick up as many have happened already in the last year. There are only some many cats and dogs with no credit that can get a car loan.