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Long-term Gold / Silver Ratio Predicts $50 Silver and Beyond!



March 05, 2008 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: SLV , IAU , GLD

 This is why many experts expect silver to outperform even gold over much of the rest of this commodities super-cycle.  Silver should at least get back towards 1:20, which would be about $50 at todays gold prices.  As gold is projected by many (myself included) to surpass $2,000 before this is all over, that gives us a reasonable target of $100 for silver.  So for all the investors wondering whether they're arriving too late to get into silver, I implore you to jump into silver as well as gold.

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#1) On March 06, 2008 at 9:44 AM, podrag (< 20) wrote:

That even ignores the fact that most of the world's silver supply is gone. There is only about 10 times as much silver as gold in the ground, but above ground there is five times less silver than gold! It will only take a spark of a few billion dollars from a rich individual, sovereign wealth fund or equity fund to ignite a silver firestorm. The COMEX paper shorts will be sqeezed like a watermelon in a vice. $137-$200 dollars will only take it back to the inflation adjusted Hunt Brother's price, and that's when the party will just be getting started.

The silver story over the next 10-15 years will be as big as any investment boom in history. Gold bugs will become millionaires, silver surfers will do even better. And in doing so they will sh*t all over the international banking cartel which has controlled us through issuance of the money supply for centuries. Don't bother protesting. Buying gold and silver with their worthless pieces of paper is the best way to flip the finger to the establishment... and you can get mighty rich in the process of doing so. Beautiful.

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#2) On March 06, 2008 at 4:44 PM, XMFSinchiruna (26.59) wrote:

Another way to look at the same phenomenon... though outdated (pre-2000), this chart delves deeper into history and tracks the ratio in 1998 dollars... interesting

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