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Silver Prices to Increase Exponentially in the Long Term

Silver prices, relative to the S&P 500 Index, are currently quite low. Central banks have levitated stock prices and “discouraged” silver prices since 2011. What if the S&P continues its exponential increases and the ratio reverts back toward the high end of its range? The silver to S&P ratio could be around 3.0, and the annual average price for silver could be roughly $100 – $150.

Is It Time For Silver To Rise And S&P 500 To Dive?

Silver has had 3 bad years while the S&P has had five good years. It is time for both markets to reverse. Either the silver price should go up or the S&P should come down, or more likely, both will occur. With silver prices near 4 year lows, the silver to S&P ratio too is at a 5 year low. SO?

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