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While all are Higher, why are Silver Prices yet below the 1980's Level? Makes Any Sense?

Silver remains below 1980 high price of $49.45, while all the other metals and oil have traded above their 1980’s price. We can also see that when the other metals broke above the 1980’s price, they all at least doubled in price. So in the future, if Silver is able to break above the 1980’s high price of $49.45, are we going to see it at least double in price to $100 as well? Only time will tell.

Buy Silver, Not Gold, if You are a Big Time Player

On the face of it, it may seem a bit odd. Gold is the traditional store of value. But for long-term investors, it’s important to understand that silver prices have an 84% correlation to gold prices over time. One big thing silver has going for it moving forward is it has growing industrial uses that gold doesn’t have. It could well be the key strategic metal for the 21st century.

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.

Big Trouble: China Might Face Credit Losses Of As Much As $3 Trillion

China’s lending spree has created a debt burden similar in magnitude to the one that pushed Asian nations into crisis in the late 1990s. How much longer can China keep sweeping the hundreds of billions of discharged, bad loans under the carpet and pretend everything is fine.

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