I was asked to reenact a dramatic scene from the movie Rollover (1981), which is a rather frightening worldwide currency crisis, depicted when oil money is withdrawn from the banking system.
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.
This is an interview that was conducted late November 2006 between the German website www.silberinfo.de and David Morgan of
For those not familiar with The Lone Ranger, the story centered on a masked man, who, with his faithful Indian companion, Tonto, led the fight for law and order in the Old West.
With regard to silver coinage, Mexico has followed the model established by the Roman Empire 2,000 years ago.
I received an invitation to write a timely piece for the launch of this web site devoted to the silver industry.
In May 2005, President Bush traveled to the Bureau of Public Debt at Parkersburg, West Virginia, to prove that the idea of a Social Security trust fund is a myth.
Technical chart analysis is called an art form, highly subjective, given to experienced interpretation, and not the least a hard science.
I began my last essay, “The Silver Deficit”, quoting Mr. Butler in a positive light. I sought to prove him right, and I believe I did concerning the 60+ year structural supply/demand deficit. But I must now ask, where has Ted Butler...
Many pundits have written about the Silver ETF and of course we also had our say.
The purpose of this update is to draw readers' attention to the performance of Silvercrest and its future upside potential.
Before we can even begin to discuss Interest rates intelligently, we must first define what it is that we are actually talking about, since it appears that all the talking Media Heads and Wall Street analys
"Because of the long-term structural deficit in silver, stretching back to World War II, we have consumed inventories for more than 60 years."
-Ted Butler, "The Coming Silver Bubble"
With silver breaking to new highs, a lot of excitement is generated. Precious metals and related stocks are once again in the spot light, with many bullish analysis supporting a continued move higher.
So far, 2006 has been a very volatile year for gold stocks. After soaring 20% in January, the XAU declined by 15% in February, despite the fact that gold only declined 1% during the month.
The immediate outlook for gold very much depends on the outcome of the silver "war of attrition", being fought in the $8.80 - $9.30 zone.
Fellow Goldbugs, Precious Metals aficionados, and Silver savers, is the title of this article too good to be true?
With gold and silver making new highs every other day, a lot of attention is shifting to the precious metals.
The weekly chart below (courtesy stockcharts.com) shows a market that has been indecisive of the relative merits of silver vs gold as an investment target.
Recently, an article was posted on ResourceInvestor.com By Craig Stanley Titled: "Silver's Near-Term Outlook" see www.resourceinvestor.com/pe