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Peak Silver & Continued Supply Deficits Indicate Higher Silver Prices Soon

We estimate that silver mine supply peaked in 2015 and will trend lower in the foreseeable future. Due to the huge increase in Global Silver ETF demand & a large Exchange Inventory build, the silver market will suffer a forecasted 185 Moz annual deficit in 2016. Declining total supply is expected to be a key driver of annual deficits, thereby leading to higher silver prices going forward.

Silver Investment has the Potential to Deliver Phenomenal Gains

We are constructive on gold next year but we see more potential upside for silver. While silver has benefited from gold’s unprecedented investor demand, silver’s fundamental supply-and-demand picture is what will drive the price higher next year. This sector has solid fundamentals whatever happens in America two weeks from now.

If You Are A Silver Investor, You Have To See These 3 Charts

Silver is down 71% from its peak of $49 in 2011. While many precious metal investors belly ache about the falling paper price of gold and silver, demand for the physical metals continues to rise…. especially silver. To get an idea of how much more physical silver investment is currently taking place, let’s look at the following charts.

Turning $1 Billion into $5 Billion by Buying Silver

Aside from the benefit of being in position to profit by fivefold or more, real silver provides an unquestioned investment alternative in a financial world primarily denominated in record debt & counterparty interdependence. Silver can go out of & come into investment favor, but when held in the right form, it can never go bankrupt or default. Simply stated, it’s real & spectacular.

Love & Fear Trade Buying Will Drive Silver & Gold Higher. . .This Year!

Despite their recent underperformance, David H. Smith, Senior Analyst with The Morgan Report, remains bullish on precious metals, especially silver and palladium, as the “love trade” heats up and the global economy adds more debt to the system. Investors should take advantage of the regular volatility native to silver prices.

The Inevitable Upcoming Silver Shortage

The combined demand from Indian silver imports, U.S. Silver Eagles and Royal Canadian Mint Silver Maple Leafs – i.e., the three largest sources of physical silver demand, aside from unreported Chinese imports – have increased by an astonishing 198%, tripling from 93 million ounces, 7 years ago, to an estimated 279 million ounces now.

Ted Butler’s Silver Price Outlook

What do we make out of the current gold and silver futures positions? One thing is clear, as both Butler and Steer have reiterated, the rate of accumulation in short positions of commercial traders during the next rally will determine to which extent the rally will run. I’m thinking the commercials and JPMorgan will let it rip this time.

The Chart Every Silver Investor Should See

If current buying trends continue for the remainder of the year, total Silver Eagle sales to reach 37 million and 475,000 oz of Gold Eagles. While sales of Gold & Silver Eagles will be lower in 2014 compared to the previous year, the Silver-Gold ratio is estimated to hit a stunning 78/1…. more than double the 33/1 from 2008-2013.

Silver replys on Bear Markets, Manipulation and Investor Sentiment

Looking at the current situation from a historical perspective, I see a lot of catalysts that will catapult the silver price higher in the near future. It seems rather clear that as demand continues to grow, supply tightens, the role of silver as money grows more substantial.

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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