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Silver is 8 times Cheaper than should be - Buy before the Discount Disappears

The gold-silver ratio has only hit the critical level of 80, just four times in the last three decades. Every time it has, silver went on to have a big rally. But silver’s headed even higher. That’s because the gold-silver ratio is still far too high. It should be closer to 9:1. That’s a bold call, to say the least. It means silver is eight times cheaper than it should be. This number’s based on a law of nature.

The Bruised Silver Bull Snaps Back - Triple Digit Silver Prices in Sight

The birth of a new cyclical bull market suggests the potential for a multi-year up move to come. Before it’s over, we are likely to see new all-time highs. The good news is that even after the impressive rally so far in 2016, silver prices remain relatively depressed. The upshot is that even if inflation doesn’t pick up from here, triple digit silver prices are well within reach during this bull market.

Triple Digit Silver Within Two Years: Market Manipulation Coming To An End

I’m a believer in triple digit silver… I am obviously a bull on gold as well… I’m looking at $3000 plus on gold and I’m looking for triple digits on silver. There’s been this invisible hand over the gold and silver market for quite some time…these are the manipulators that are doing that because they’re on the other side of the market. Being long gold and silver is your anti-establishment trade.

A Record Silver Price Rise is Imminent - Can You Guess the High?

At the apex of its last secular bull market in 1980, the silver-gold ratio weighed in at a hefty 14:1. If silver only got down to a 30:1 ratio, this would price our model at over $300/troy ounce. Leaving the ratio aside altogether and simply considering the 1980 inflation-adjusted price by itself would project a silver price today of more than $150 an ounce.

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