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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.

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.

Not Buying Gold Now. Why? Because The Best Returns will be in Silver

Silver is a great place to make money… It will often outperform gold. You can use the gold-to-silver ratio to monitor the relationship between the two. The ratio is trending upward again right now. That’s good news for silver investors. It means silver is getting cheaper relative to gold. If the ratio continues to climb toward 80 again, that would be a solid place to buy.

Why Silver Prices Could Have Considerably More Upside Than Gold

When we take a step back and analyze the catalysts behind the move higher in precious metal spot prices, it’s silver prices that could have considerably more upside than gold. Today, we’ll lay out the case why physical silver could be on its way to $30 an ounce, which would represent a gain of nearly 60% from where physical silver is today.

Will Silver Prices take off like a Rocket while Gold Prices Languish?

Why are junk bonds and equities not dropping commensurately? It’s crystal clear that if rates are truly moving up, then all assets will be repriced lower. So for the moment, the prices of the metals— silver more than gold—are driven by this Narrative.It would be strange to see the price of silver take off like a rocket while the price of gold languishes, moribund.

Outlook for Gold and Silver Prices in a Crucial Central Banks' Influenced Week

There is a very high degree of uncertainty over market developments in the week ahead, but a fresh surge in volatility is guaranteed. The decisions by the Bank of Japan, followed later by Federal Reserve will have a big short-term impact & an important influence on market direction for the remainder of 2016. Gold and silver prices settled lower last week. Here is the outlook for this crucial week.

Short Gold and Silver at your own Risk - Rather Buy the Dip

We are entering a seasonally strong period of time for gold and silver. My stance is to take a look at an even bigger picture which shows that silver may be finding investment demand at this seasonally bullish time of year. Wedding season is also a good time to own gold as is the month of September (a month I don’t like to short precious metals) which begins today.

Are Gold and Silver still Trending up or Vulnerable to some Profit-Taking Yet?

Before you rush to buy into gold-backed ETFs, it’s wise to note that there are signs of profit-taking in gold. Gold and silver tend to move together. Investors monitor the gold-to-silver ratio to assess how expensive or cheap silver is, relative to gold, currently seen at around 70 – near the upper end of the range between 45 and 80. This tells us that silver is still cheap compared to gold.

Silver Price Dives while Gold Price is Motionless - What Gives?

Silver is in a different world. It has a long way farther to fall, before it catches down to the fundamentals. As speculators reduce their positions, the silver price falls a bit. The gold to silver ratio rose significantly this week. The gold market may not be screaming “buy” yet—today is not that day—but it’s no longer screaming “danger”.

Get Gold At $356 Per Oz - How? Just By Buying Silver Today

If I buy $345 worth of silver [17 ounces (345/20.31)], and hold it until the Gold to Silver ratio reaches the 17-level again; I can exchange it for 1 ounce of gold. I would effectively have paid only $345 for 1 ounce of gold, which today cost $1370. Based on the historical relationship between gold and silver, it is almost guaranteed that the Gold/Silver ratio will again reach the 17- level.

Is Paper Gold and Silver Pushing Up The Prices For The Physical Metals?

Gold and silver prices are rising. Gold prices shot up over $60 this week while silver moved up over $0.85. The feeling in the air is that of long suffering suddenly turned to optimism. Big gains, if not the collapse of the price-suppression cartel, are inevitable. Let’s look at the only true picture of supply – demand fundamentals & what it tells us about the state of the market.

The Gold-to-Silver Ratio: A Truly Generational Opportunity

Despite my ongoing belief that we are now in a corrective phase for the precious metals, I think that owning silver versus owning gold is a high-probability trade that could be the 2016 Trade of the Year. I am going to put on a trade this week that effectively favors silver over gold and is a high-risk method of shorting the Gold-to-Silver Ratio.

Gold to Silver Ratio Breakout Report - What Does it Show?

What does it mean that the market ratio is just about to break out past its 2008 high, while the fundamental is predicting we could hit the record set in 1991? Ironically, the gold to silver ratio is showing something that most mainstream signals cannot. The gold to silver ratio is showing us that credit conditions today match those which existed in October 2008.

Is February Heralding The End Of Down Trend In Gold And Silver?

While the daily chart has identified a bottom for gold and silver, by the close of February, both the monthly & weekly charts reveal a story that could not have been told prior to what has occurred this past month. This analysis applies more to the paper gold and silver market & not the physical, as we cannot know when the downside manipulation will end.

The Gold Silver Ratio at 80 - Higher than it has been since 2008

Silver just got cheaper when measured in gold terms. The dollar and silver are both going down now—in gold terms. We think that what’s happening is that the price of silver metal is selling down, and every time the carry rises to a threshold, arbitrageurs are buying spot to sell futures and pocket that spread.

Silver Flash in the Pan - What happened to Supply and Demand Fundamentals?

It should be immediately apparent that conditions in the silver are different. Despite a strong dollar (i.e. low price of silver, measured in dollars) silver became a bit less scarce. The fundamental price for silver fell again this week, though by less than a dime. We consider silver to be within the margin of error from its fair price at the moment.

Silver Seen Beating Gold as Ratio Rises to Near Historical Peaks

People have been looking to gold for a safe haven, and that is what you will expect at this stage. But pretty soon they’ll start looking at the relative-value trades, and that’s when you’ll see silver perform. When the ratio peaked at almost 80 in August, silver rallied 14 percent in the following two months. Gold added about 5 percent in the period.

Is a $13 or $15 Handle, The Next Level for Silver?

The fundamental price of gold is about $150 over the market price, in other words, at about a 12.2% discount. Silver is trading below its fundamental price also, but only at a 4.2% discount. If it were to go to its full fundamental value, and assuming that doesn’t change, it would be up near $15. If it follows gold, at a discount of 12.2%, silver prices would be down near $13.

A $14 Handle on Silver Prices... Again

The fundamental silver price fell about a dime this week, putting the market price under the fundamental. While that’s a better place to be, if one is a silver bettor, we wouldn’t bet either way on silver right now. The action depends on whether momentum continues to carry the price lower, or whether there’s a sharp rebound as speculators jump to the other side.

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