by jip

I won't pretend to know about lucky strike mining, interplanetary resource content or whatever wild variable like that.

I do know the US economy is grim and there is no mass faith in a bright future for it. I do know silver usage rate (via tech,healthcare) is outpacing the ability to drudge it from the Earth.

I think it has good investment potential for the simple reason of demand being higher than supply. The dollar turning to toilet paper,interest rates on cash being nada certainly helps too as it leaves investors with pick something or watch it stagnate. However if you aren't already holding it that opportunity may have already passed.

Just looking at the chart its rise has been reasonable since the meltdown. Recently it has gotten scary. So scary I don't trust it and I certainly wouldn't want to buy into something at a very high/ exceptionally erratic fear/scheme driven price. The crazy has started and you can never tell when it will end.

I see silver as a should have then and a very foolish move to buy now.

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Aug 31, 2015
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There are ups and downs in the economies all the times. Even in the developed economies of the world like US, China, Japan, Canada have to face these ups and downs. So my advice to you is not to get panic, calm down and wait for the time when things get back in order. You can invest in silver or in anything you want, you are in US you don't need to fear. It's going to be alright.

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Apr 17, 2011
Silver Still a Good Buy
by: Tommy

I think that at $42-43 dollars and even higher yet, silver is still a good buy. All the way along this glorious bull-market run of silver's people keep saying it's topped out. Unless these naysayers are a tool of HSBC or JPMorgan, I feel they are mistaken in this assumption.

One only has to look at the state of our current financial affairs in the United States of America (my home) to know we are not out of the woods yet.
When the Federal Government and the Federal Reserve start to show some fiscal responsibility, only then can we expect the price rise to slow.

Less than 1/2 of 1% of all monies in the market are invested in silver. If you only count the physical silver and not the FIAT paper crap. Can I say "crap" here? Because that's what it is. Counting only physical the market is even smaller. Hardly at the mania or bubble stage.

It's been stated that a bubble occurs when your barber is talking to you about buying into an asset class. Remember years ago during the dot-com boom, everybody was buying the new hot pick of the week. Boom the bubble burst. Then when half the shows on TV were "Flip this house" type of shows. Make millions flipping houses, boom the bubble burst. Now anytime people talk of silver (except on excellent silver blogs like this one).
Most of the talk is how silver is too high, not that you'll make millions buying it.

That has been the party-line at $16 dollars at $25 dollars, $30 etc. Each time the bankster shills have been wrong. So for me I am currently long physical silver. But if the day should ever arrive when I'm getting a little taken off the top and I hear my barber say "I'm thinking about investing in silver, what do you think?"

I'm jumping out of the chair and running (not walking)to sell my

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