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While all are Higher, why are Silver Prices yet below the 1980's Level? Makes Any Sense?

Silver remains below 1980 high price of $49.45, while all the other metals and oil have traded above their 1980’s price. We can also see that when the other metals broke above the 1980’s price, they all at least doubled in price. So in the future, if Silver is able to break above the 1980’s high price of $49.45, are we going to see it at least double in price to $100 as well? Only time will tell.

Is Silver The Next One For Chinese Momentum Investors?

Individual investors tend to be most active when markets are rising, and have dominated past rallies in Chinese futures. Open interest in silver on the Shanghai Futures Exchange has been steadily increasing this year (ballooned from less than 200,000 contracts in 2012 to over 600,000 since April 2016), with open interest now roughly equal and equivalent in size to that of COMEX.

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