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I Haven't Lost any Conviction on Gold and Silver: Eric Sprott

Of course it has been a very, very tough game for the last four years here. So far, everyone in the press is downplaying gold and silver but I haven’t lost any conviction whatsoever. There are lots of signs that the economy is not strong & it could fall apart pretty seriously all of a sudden. So you had better be prepared. Have some ‘good’ currency — gold and silver.

What's Next For Oil And Gold: Thoughts From Eric Sprott, Rick Rule & Marc Faber

Weak economies around the world offer weak demand for commodities and for capital. The effect is to keep interest rates extremely low and to push commodity prices down. We can therefore view the oil price as a symptom of poor global economic growth, which is a long-term problem & not just as a consequence of a slight oversupply.

Ebola Armageddon Could Trigger A Rebirth In Gold And Silver Prices

Could an infectious disease kill the monster that has been choking gold and silver prices for more than a year? Here’s investor Eric Sprott on how a tragedy in Africa could impact the price of precious metals and mining stocks. Could a lack of supply due to Ebola-related closures really cause the price of gold to rise?

Will There Be a New Gold Rush?

Even though the amount of dollars is going up, eventually debt will be wrung out of the system. This causes deflation, which is very bullish for gold. In deflation, both creditors and debtors are in dire straits. They’re facing enormous pressure. People tend to turn towards stores of value like gold.

Data Shows That Gold Shortage Is Coming

Eric Sprott expects a “significant re-rating of the gold price” due to high physical demand from China & India, coupled with a gold supply shortfall. The effect, which he calls the “Chinese Gold Vortex,” is rapidly taking physical gold from West to East. When the West runs out of gold, the price should go much higher.

Why Gold Looks Better than the S&P: Marc Faber

When I compare gold to the S&P, the S&P is up substantially since 2011 and gold is down substantially. If you compare the performance of gold shares to the S&P, it has been a disaster for gold shares. I think gold at this price is actually one of the few assets that are relatively inexpensive now.

Gold Equities, Manipulators and Significant Earning Potential

According to Eric Sprott, gold stocks are reacting very positively to what seems to be a shift in people’s willingness to commit to the precious metals area. Momentum seemed to pick up a little bit in Jan and in Feb some of that has carried on. Investor sentiment surely seems to have shifted a little.

Silver to 100 Dollars within a Reasonable Timeframe

Looking at the historical gold and silver markets, the price ratio of gold to silver – currently over 60:1 – has fallen precipitously in raging bull markets for the metals, going as low as 12:1. So the silver price could have an upwards move at least four times the rate of any gold price increase.

Gold and Silver at ‘Historic Undervaluation’

The fundamentals that should be driving the price couldn’t be better. At the same time, because the price of both gold and silver have been driven down relentlessly – going on two and a half years now, the degree of undervaluation against any method that I look at is approaching historic records.

An Open Letter To The World Gold Council - Eric Sprott

While demand for physical gold remains extremely strong, prices on the COMEX have fallen precipitously. This contradictory situation is an important obstacle to a healthy gold mining industry – Supply & demand imbalance is not reflected on misleading statistics.

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