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Is the Silver Squeeze Over?

April 20, 2021

We take a look at what's needed to continue the momentum of the #silvershortsqueeze​, the movement spearheaded by Wall Street Silver.

A New Piece of the Puzzle

April 13, 2021

Suddenly, out of nowhere BankAmerica has emerged as a major participant in precious metals OTC derivatives. This new fact is contained in the latest release of the Treasury Department’s Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) Quarterly Derivatives Report for U.S. banks.

A Less-Than-Thrilling COT Report

To tell you the truth, I'm not sure what to make of it -- and there's no way I'm going to speculate on one week's worth of COT data, as the structure in the COMEX futures market is still extremely bullish, regardless of the increases in the commercial net short positions in both gold and silver. But I certainly don't like the trend.

Here’s How Explosive—and Short-Lived—Silver’s Spikes Have Been

We all know silver is a small market and therefore volatile. We also know it outperforms gold. And if you’ve participated in one of its spikes, you know the gains can be both quick and breathtaking.

Ted Butler Has It Right

Anyone dissenting from the possibility of a short squeeze in silver may not be familiar with Ted Butler’s explanation of the concentrated short position in silver on the COMEX.  For him, the operative word is concentration.

What Biden’s Big Infrastructure Push Means for Silver

March 30, 2021

Electrification has a silver lining – literally. Silver is a superior conductor of electricity. It is critical in all stages of electrification infrastructure – from...

Silver A Bright Future But An Uncertain Now

March 25, 2021

The thing with big consolidation patterns is, its more of a time thing than a price thing. Many times one can recognize the big picture before it is complete which makes the waiting game even harder.

Silver Setting Up for a BIG Move Following Fed

March 17, 2021

But gold and silver will continue to play the role they always have throughout the ages – serving as solid stores of value regardless of which fiat currencies come and go.

New York Markets Have Obliterated Silver Prices over Time

The real price of gold and silver will ultimately be set in physical markets.

Magflation: An Unexpected Silver and Gold Driver

March 11, 2021

During the 1970's, the U.S. experienced a decade of below-trend economic growth combined with rising interest rates – and eventually – massively higher gold and silver prices. Some sectors boomed while others lagged, and then as now, the majority of the population struggled with rising home and commodity prices, bookmarked by lofty interest rates.

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