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Silver Prices - The “Five Year Plan” and the Great Leap Forward

Five years ago paper silver contracts on the COMEX hit a multi-decade high over $48 on April 29, 2011. The low occurred at about $13.60 in December of last year, when paper silver prices were down about 70% from their April 2011 high. Silver prices will move upward to $50 and eventually to $100, depending upon the degree of dollar devaluation.

Believe it or Not - It’s Way Too Early to Take Profits in Gold and Silver

If another asset appears better positioned to deliver capital preservation or if the risks to capital fade, it will be time to sell some of your physical gold and silver. For now, the risks are extreme, and most other options look awful. Here are a few signs which would signal it is time to lighten up on gold and silver. Simply hold on tightly to your precious metals till then.

Will China Decide to "Beggar its Neighbours" and Play The Gold Card?

Will China decide to “beggar its neighbors”, the US and Europe? The only way that the US might counter the Chinese move, would be to revalue gold in Dollars; which is to say, the US would have to effect a corresponding devaluation of the Dollar against gold, to nullify the effect of the Chinese devaluation of the Yuan against gold.

The Coming Two - Stage Rally In Silver

The majority of the precious metals analysts discuss the revaluation of silver as it pertains to the amount of fiat currency in the system. While this is a good determination, it only deals with one part of the overall equation. The second & more important factor… is the destruction of “PAPER CLAIM CHECKS” on physical assets.

What could push the Price of Gold Lower OR Higher

Did gold prices reach an intermediate top in 2011 based on QE, dollar weakness, and high demand, correct for 2.5 years, and then begin a rally likely to persist through the end of the decade? OR – Did gold reach a generational peak in 2011 and subsequently turn down for a decade or two?

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