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India's Booming Silver Market Still Growing: World Silver Survey

Silver bullion trade in 2015 continued to be dominated by flows to India, where total imports reached an all-time high of 256.0 million ounces, rising by 16% from the 2014 level. Physical silver bar investments in India increased by 31% to 82.5 million ounces, the highest since 2008. All this despite a record silver production total in the country of 12.0 million ounces.

India's Physical Silver Demand Will Destroy COMEX Paper Rigged Markets

India continues to import record amounts of silver. In addition, Comex Registered silver inventories continue to fall, even as two large transfers were reported over the past two days. At some point, the physical silver demand will totally overrun the highly leveraged paper (manipulated) markets. I would imagine India could be one of the leading factors.

Record Eight-Year Silver Buying Intensity Continues

Investors continue on a record eight-year silver buying spree. This multi-year silver buying trend is unprecedented in history. Precious metal investors need to understand just how different this current trend of elevated physical silver demand is. Very few realize that during the rise in the price of silver during the 1970’s, investors were net sellers of silver.

Silver Market Breakout: Surging Physical Silver Demand & Falling Inventories

The surge in physical silver demand has put more stress on global silver inventories. The Fed has very little it can do when the broader stock market and economy really starts to crash. The huge surge in retail silver investment demand will not fall off like it did in 2008. Why? Many more investors today realize the situation may get totally out-of-hand.

Institutional Buying: The Coming Silver Game Changer

The sector that will have the largest impact on future silver investment demand will be institutional buying. As confidence in the Treasury & Bond markets begin to wane, we are going to see more institutions and retail investors rotate out of paper and into physical assets.

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