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Indian Investors Stampede into Gold and Silver Bullion

For the previous year or two the Indian government had been trying to encourage citizens to decrease their demand for physical gold and silver. Because of the ability to convert the notes at banks on a delayed basis, jewelry stores in India were quickly besieged since Nov. 8th, with customers seeking to spend the banned notes buying physical gold and silver.

Physical Gold and Silver V/s Paper Gold and Silver

When people decide to invest in precious metals, they have many options. They can chose gold and silver exchange traded funds (ETFs), precious metals mining shares, gold or silver futures contracts, unallocated gold and silver pools or derivatives. Or, they can buy the real thing – As only physical gold and silver provides you with direct access & ownership.

Gold and Silver Backed Insurance in Times of Turmoil

Investors buy physical gold and silver because it is a store of value – a way to protect your wealth from the relentless devaluation of fiat currencies – and a safe haven in times of turmoil. Buying gold numismatics is not the way to do this and buying gold numismatics that aren’t…well that’s being taken advantage of, to put it politely.

India's Shift from Gold to Silver would Result in a Massive Jump in Silver Prices

India has been trying to reduce its demand for imported gold through a number of means & may soon permanently reduce gold imports. A return to silver for consumers in India may be on the cards. Even a small substitution from gold to silver would result in a massive increase in silver prices. A mere 10% reallocation from gold investment to silver in India would nearly double world silver demand.

Peak Silver & Continued Supply Deficits Indicate Higher Silver Prices Soon

We estimate that silver mine supply peaked in 2015 and will trend lower in the foreseeable future. Due to the huge increase in Global Silver ETF demand & a large Exchange Inventory build, the silver market will suffer a forecasted 185 Moz annual deficit in 2016. Declining total supply is expected to be a key driver of annual deficits, thereby leading to higher silver prices going forward.

Inflation to Send Silver Prices Soaring - Silver Outlook Going Forward

Silver is one of the best things to have if you expect inflation in the long term; silver prices increase when inflation rises. In fact, if you look from a historical perspective, for every one-percent increase in inflation, silver prices rise by two percent. If inflation is higher in 2017 and inflation expectations continue to increase, don’t be shocked to see silver prices surging very quickly.

Risk-On Mania Infected Markets will soon be Gold Silver Friendly

The Trump election has ignited a market mania, to everyone’s surprise. In fact, we think that risks are rising, not falling, but that’s not what the markets think as of now. Actually, in economic terms, nothing real has changed for the better & the relief probably won’t last long. And then we will see what the world really looks like. Guess it will be very gold silver friendly.

What You can Expect from Gold and Silver going ahead

Gold and silver tanked in the aftermath of the US presidential election, as investors grew optimistic about Donald Trump’s plan to lower corporate taxes & boost infrastructure spending. That sent copper prices to their best weekly performance on record. Higher demand for base metals could drag silver prices higher over the long term, later to be followed by a massive rally in gold on high inflation.

Will Downward Trend in Gold and Silver Continue? A Look at Inflation is All You Need to Know

Despite this temporary setback, the long-term outlook is still looking positive for gold and silver. Financial turmoil is always a driving factor for additional bullion investments. Trump’s victory sent copper prices soaring more than $1,000, its best weekly performance since 1979. As a byproduct of base metal extraction, silver to rise on increased infrastructure spending & gold on inflation.

Gold offers Insurance, but Silver Additionally offers Better Profit Opportunities

Hike or no hike, there is no place for the gold and silver bulls to hide. Silver is slower to move than gold, but it has more room to move and this delivers better profits. The similarity in the patterns on the gold and silver charts means the silver price follow the behaviour of the gold price. The best trade is to watch gold and execute the trade on the same price move in silver.

Silver Prices to Explode on Exponentially Increasing National Debt

The U.S. National Debt is a “train-wreck.” Silver and gold prices erratically increase along with debt. Given that silver prices are near the low end of their 20 year “megaphone” pattern, expect much higher silver prices. Further, the cost of production is increasing rapidly and the ore quality is declining. Expect prices to increase based on limited supply.

Can You Guess the US Election Winner? It's Obviously - Gold

Investors are on edge…and we can’t blame them. The S&P 500 has fallen nine straight days. Safe-haven demand maybe set to rise as the US election is now just days away. Unlike past elections this one appears to grown more uncertain and fraught the closer it gets. There’s one certain winner of next week’s presidential election, according to HSBC: Investors in Gold.

Silver Breaks Out: Will Silver Return as the World’s Premier Currency?

Corrective action from July has more than completely unwound the earlier overbought condition & has brought silver all the way back to its steadily rising 200-day moving average, a classic buy spot, where a potential intermediate base has formed. The tight pattern that has developed following the sharp drop early in Oct suggests a “false flag” that will lead to an upside breakout.

Silver Investment has the Potential to Deliver Phenomenal Gains

We are constructive on gold next year but we see more potential upside for silver. While silver has benefited from gold’s unprecedented investor demand, silver’s fundamental supply-and-demand picture is what will drive the price higher next year. This sector has solid fundamentals whatever happens in America two weeks from now.

Fearful Capital Turns to Gold and Silver - the Ultimate Financial Insurance

One can easily foresee the financial and political turmoil looming large just ahead. And, there is lots of that coming our way. Now is the time to be proactive in case the situation escalates, which seems to be unavoidable. Gold and silver have been acquired for centuries as a form of wealth preservation, as a long-term store of value and as safe-haven assets in such times.

Is Gold and Silver Bull Market Intact or will US Dollar Strength Crush it?

Conventional wisdom would tell us with the US$ index nearing a major breakout, gold and silver would be vulnerable to further losses. Ultimately, as long as Gold and silver’s fundamental driver – declining or negative real interest rates remain in place, then the fledgling bull market will remain on track. With inflation poised to rise, real rates are likely to decline further in 2017.

It's Time for Gold and Silver Equities to Rally Again

A move through $1,400 gold will once-and-for-all dispel any belief that 2016’s gold and silver rallies were nothing but “bear market rallies.” A weekly close above that level will not only set up a test of the 2011 peak north of $1,900, it will finally silence the fools calling for $850 gold. Meanwhile, the predictive power of the gold and silver miners has once again prevailed.

Silver Prices to Increase Exponentially in the Long Term

Silver prices, relative to the S&P 500 Index, are currently quite low. Central banks have levitated stock prices and “discouraged” silver prices since 2011. What if the S&P continues its exponential increases and the ratio reverts back toward the high end of its range? The silver to S&P ratio could be around 3.0, and the annual average price for silver could be roughly $100 – $150.

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