The following is a recent interview l did with Ellis Martin on the first rule of silver investing.
Silver Market Analysis
Technical analysis to forecast future price trends of silver and other precious metals, as well as the US Dollar and the Euro.
Another crazy week in commodities with precious metals and precious metal stocks surging higher on heavy volume, while natural gas and crude oil move lower.
Ellis Martin: Welcome to The Opportunity Show. I'm Ellis Martin. Today we are talking about the possibility of making real money at this time by investing in silver stocks.
So far this week we have seen commodities move sideways with traders and investors waiting for the US Dollar to rally or continue dropping, which will trigger the commodities to move.
Recently it was announced on a Chinese news service that silver bullion is now being offered to the Chinese public.
I hope everyone had a great weekend and is now ready for another week of trading. I have put together a few simple charts to show you what we could see with prices in the near term.
The following is an interview I did recently discussing the gold/silver ratio. This topic seems to surface from time to time and Tom Jeffries and I explored it together.
Commodities continue to trade at their pivot points while the pressure rises!
Commodities took a breather last week, while stocks slowly continued their march higher.
In this week's missive I decided to take a clip from the August issue of The Morgan Report and share with readers what others have to say about the silver market.
Last week we saw commodities sell down then put in solid bounce, which allowed us to generate new pivot lows for drawing support trend lines. This is the exact type of price action I have been waiting for.
One of the questions I am asked most frequently is, "Where can I invest in precious metals to maximize returns?" The answer is not as straightforward as one might expect.
The following is an excerpt from the March issue of The Morgan Report. This followed a lengthy discussion of how silver and gold both performed during inflationary and deflationary periods.
What a week so far!
Commodities are trying to hold their ground and could go either way quickly. There is a lot of chatter going on about gold and silver. I am hearing extreme theories from everyone I talk with.
The rising tide lifts all boats, and that is exactly what we saw last week. Gold, silver, oil, natural gas, and stocks all put in a solid bounce last week.
Recently I was asked to do an interview with Philip Judge of The Anglo Far-East Company.
The technical trader looks at the market much differently than most.
Sector timing commodities - Being able to trade different sectors is crucial for making a living in today's financial markets. One sector that cannot be over looked is the commodity sector.
Precious metals like silver and gold have pulled back to support levels and trending sideways. This week will be interesting as we watch prices bounce or breakdown.
Ellis Martin: Welcome to The Opportunity Show. I'm Ellis Martin.
Silver has endured a rather tough June so far. After peaking just under $16 on the 2nd, this white precious metal plunged 12% to just over $14 by the 15th.
Gold has provided two excellent trades for us this year; both had less than 3% downside risk. With any luck we will have another trade soon.
For nearly 5,000 years, the price ratio between gold and silver has averaged approximately 15:1. This number is very close to the 17:1 ratio which represents the natural occurrence of the two elements in the Earth's crust.
I just returned from the Cambridge House Investment Conference in Vancouver, BC, and found this to be one of the best precious metals gatherings ever, not so much from the perspective of a number of attende
With so much happening in the market, emotions flying high and from being blinded by fear and greed many investors are wondering What do I do now?
Forgive the generic title, and boring at that, but hopefully the readership of this and other missives penned by this writer will bring this important topic to light.
After a 10-week rally traders and investors are starting to think twice about dumping money into stocks.