take a look at mish's globalanalyticalanalysis for a realistic view of a recession and indications for gold. Good read and good site for economic analysis.
long time sand holder plus exk, iag and pzg and ggn.
There is over 10,300 applications of Silver today in comparison to the 80's which had over 7,000 plus application. Silver has a 28% CAGR - just look at Solar Power and Yield Co's as just one. Look at Biotechnology with all types of uses of Silver.
Yes, Silver is mined with other metals but at these prices, it is becoming uneconomical to do so. You have 1.39 billion ounces above the ground today ...
1950 - 10 billion ounces above ground and 2.5 billion people
1980 - 3.5 billion ounces above ground and 4.5 billion people
2015 - 1.39 billion above ground and 7.28 billion people
2050 - You will have 10 to 11 billion people
You see the trend here very clearly. You have more GOLD above the ground then you do SILVER. This is a fact.
That is .19 oz for every person today
You had 4 oz in 1950 for every person.
You see what is becoming more precious by facts alone.
Everyone can see this - it is very very clear.
Now - everyone can put there head in the sand but the fact still remains that there is less of it today and there are more uses including investment and industrial.
Hard to go broke with little or no debt. I like the insider buys. Will we see $50 again?
A long-term follow up of people on an international clinical trial has confirmed the benefit of immunotherapy for certain patients with advanced (stage 3 or 4) melanoma.
Just a matter of time......then it ill be NEUVAX's time in the spotlight.
Who will be feasting tonight on delicious, mouth watering morsels of freshly prepared crow.
Will it be the proverbial anti-nktr group (shorts?) that can't stop lambasting management and their decisions?
Or, will it be the forever patient and slow to anger longs who wait, wait, wait for the eventual explosion of pps that is about to occur? Either way it will be a free meal for one or the other with no dessert.
Should be interesting.