At the end of February 2019, I sent out a prediction article on silver.
In it, I mentioned that silver's price broke above a ceiling level (blue line in the graph below) at $15.80.
Since then, the silver market’s price buying momentum picked up and has been in a strong upward trajectory.
In fact, right now the silver price is trading at around $16.52, ... ››› more
Over the month of July, the price of silver fell 3%. But if you look back to see what's happened in the past, August could be the month for silver to rally.
So why does this look like it's shaping up to be the month for silver?
Let's take a closer look…
Historically, August is a good month for the silver price
If you look at the silver price over the past five years, it’s always... ››› more
February has been a good month for silver so far. Just in the past few weeks, the metal is 14% higher. With it trading around $21.80 an ounce, it looks like the rally is far from over. So what's pushing the price higher? And how can you profit from the rising silver price? Let's take a closer look at what's going on with silver…
There are three core reasons why silver is going to continue to r... ››› more
Last year, the price of silver dived 37%. But the number of silver coins sold rocketed. By the middle of November last year, the US Mint set a new sales record for its one-ounce American Eagle silver coins. The Royal Canadian Mint also set a personal best for sales. And Australia's Perth Mint sold 33% more than 2012. Read on to find out why 2014 is shaping up to be good for silver…
Rather than... ››› more
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