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Catalyst to Shock Silver Stocks from their Zombified Stupor Close-by

The likely catalyst to shock silver stocks from their zombified stupor is nearing with each passing day. Once these QE-inflated stock markets inevitably succumb to QT and roll over, gold and silver investment demand will return. The tiny silver market will rapidly surge on major capital inflows, with lots of room to mean revert far higher relative to gold.

Silver, the Bargain of the Century, sure to Follow after Gold Breakout

After the gold breakout, $1,310 is still a low price for gold relative to where it is going. And of course, silver is an even better buy. In fact, silver is tremendously undervalued. The huge spread in the silver-gold ratio currently stands at over 75:1, considering that the historic average ratio is around 16:1. On top of the fact that silver is undervalued, fundamentals point to a bullish future for silver.

Disconnected Precious Metals Market - A Ticking Time Bomb

There is plenty of data to support the evidence that the precious metals suffered a serious disconnect from the broader markets in 2012 and continue to be held down like a coiled spring. Even though it is impossible to forecast when the bomb will go off, logic suggests the S&P 500 will head LOWER, while the price of silver (and gold) will head HIGHER.

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.

Extremely Battered Prices make Silver a Coiled Spring - Ready to Explode Higher

A delayed silver reaction to major new gold uptrends is readily evident over the past decade. But once gold rallies far enough, silver investors return & as silver’s gains accelerate, they soon catch up with & eventually surpass gold’s own. The battered silver prices (coiled spring) aren’t sustainable, so silver is due for a massive mean reversion higher as investors return.

Silver Eagle Sales Surpass 2013 Record At Nearly 43 Million

A strong weekend demand pushed total annual Silver Eagle sales to 42,864,000 over last years previous record of 42,765,000. The US Mint sold another 187,000 Silver Eagles today, bringing the annual total to 43,051,000. Sales of the 2015 (possibly a pivotal year) Silver Eagles could be very strong in the beginning of the year. Got Silver?

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