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A Chart Pattern that Promises of Stunning Movements in Silver Prices

Silver is the only commodity 66% cheaper than 37 years ago. It has sucked the lifeblood out of even the most rigid bulls, but the ones who have slowly accumulated and have created a cash hoard in order to catch the move up once the U.S. equities market contracts will have a story to tell their grandchildren. Clearly, the trend is now reversing & we observe a very interesting long term pattern.

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.

Bullish Indicators & Constructive Price Action Confirm Bullish Outcome for Silver Prices

The confluence of bullish indicators & constructive price action confirms that a bullish outcome is a real possibility for silver prices. Add the prospects of a weaker US dollar & these factors create the perfect ingredients that send this precious metal soaring. Technical indicators & price patterns seen here on the silver price chart clearly suggest that a rally is likely to ensue.

June 26 Silver Flash Crash: A Forensic Analysis

On Friday, the price of silver had a little crash. Here is a forensic analysis of this mini flash crash. We’re very aware of the widespread belief that there is a conspiracy to manipulate downwards the prices of gold and silver to protect the dollar & make money (more dollars). Let us show you the data to support a different theory, an arbitrage theory.

Silver Price Lows and Bubble Bond Markets

T bonds & S&P look dangerous, while silver has been crushed during the past 4 years. Which of those three asset classes is likely to perform better between now & Election Day 2016? Which of those assets has no counter-party risk? Two of those assets currently trade near all-time highs, while one is quite inexpensive.

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