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Silver Investment Demand Will Totally Overwhelm The Market

I have said countless times in articles and interviews that silver investment demand will be the driving force for the silver price in the future, not industrial demand. According to the data by the folks at GFMS, total Silver Bar & Coin demand was a paltry 51.2 Moz in 2007. This surged after the U.S. Investment Banking & Housing Market collapse to 240 Moz in 2015.

Something Big Is About To Happen With Gold And Silver

I believe this is just the beginning of what will become an AVALANCHE of physical gold and silver buying. Right now there is only a hint of fear. Wait until the markets really start to tank as the price of oil heads below $20. All it would take would be the bankruptcy of a financial institution such as Deutsche Bank to push the whole thing over the cliff.

Silver Buying Only Starting - Investment Demand Awakens

Silver is on the verge of a major breakout following this week’s sharp rally. Silver investment demand varies dramatically with the shifting whims of traders’ sentiment it. And since any market’s prices are effectively set by marginal new buying & selling, nothing is more important for silver prices than investment demand.

Silver Bullion Buying Outstripping Supply As JPMorgan Buys

Fundamentals for owning silver are as strong as ever. It has been subject to the same ongoing price suppression that has beleaguered gold in recent years which has scared many safe-haven investors out of the market. Silver will grow dramatically in importance as the world searches for new sources of renewable energy.

Is JP Morgan Cornering The Silver Bullion Market?

Silver market analyst Ted Butler estimates that JP Morgan may currently hold far more than their official figure of 55 million ounces. He believes it to be closer to 350 million ounces. Annual global silver production is 820 million ounces. If Butler is correct, JP Morgan in a position to corner the physical silver market today.

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