"When a market is as oversold, underloved, and underfollowed as silver, you should actually be expecting some big moves to the upside."
It was three years ago this week that silver experienced what would ultimately be a blowoff parabolic top, north of 49 dollars an ounce.
A year ago today saw one of the largest declines in COMEX gold and silver futures in the last several decades.
I’m not always sure that everyone appreciates the role of psychology in the investment world–but to ignore the irrational nature of the herds of people involved in speculating on the value of this or that asset is to ignore the reality of the human beast, in my mind.
Since the start of 2014, the price of silver has lagged the other precious metals in many ways.
Over the past couple of days, the performance of the gold and silver mining stocks deserves more attention than it is getting.
Are western speculators capable of dumping more precious metals?
If silver is ever freed from its paper price, the white metal could just be one of the best investments you ever make.
Yes, broader commodities may continue their trend lower– and so might silver and gold for the next several months or a year. But always remember what sets the precious metals apart.
Fifty percent of silver demand comes from industry.