Two Interviews From Last Week

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Sat, Aug 29, 2020 - 9:18am

It's always fun to be on The Keiser Report as well as the X22 Report. Here's a free thread that contains both links.

Both of these interviews were recorded back on Tuesday but were just released either late yesterday or early today. We discuss Powell and his impending policy change as well as the long-term impacts for both gold and silver.

Thanks for listening and forwarding.

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ratioarbitragescoremore
Aug 30, 2020 - 2:50am

Nice megaphone on the GSR

If it is valid, you will see a fractal expansion of the pattern that causes each low.

In 2003 that was a 6-9 month hesitation for a few GSR points.

In 2010 it was a 1 year hesitation for 12 GSR points.

In 2020 it should be an 18 month hesitation for 20 GSR points.

Often gold gives back for 4 months, silver for 15-18.

So when silver is at its new low, gold will have dropped close to its old high.

Example:

12/31/20: GC 2500; SI 50; ratio 50

8/31/22: GC 2450; SI 35; ratio 70. A depressing day.

4/30/23: GC 3000; SI 200; ratio 15

Or: the structure could be different this time and we could shoot the whole way there by Christmas, with no remaining time for stacking ;-)

Consider this: what nobody expects sometimes happens. In 1998 there was a +50% move in SI accompanying a -10% move in gold. Given that there is a physical silver shortage while gold is available from hoards depending on the price and interest rate expectations, a central bank hit job on gold coinciding with an acute physical shortage of silver amidst a "recovery" with "normalising real interest rates" could give you a GSR of 15 at $1000 / $66.

Never say never.

allenb
Aug 29, 2020 - 3:18pm

Can anyone explain this?

Here is a Coronavirus map i took from Yahoo yesterday. In blue are the hotspots of Europe.

Look at Spain versus Portugal right next door. Remember both are in the E.U.

Does this make sense to anyone?

allenbJ Siefert
Aug 29, 2020 - 3:15pm

J Siefert

Also protests in London though i don't know if they are on the same scale.

Also scroll through the link and see the second story about a second wave.

So much bullshit and contradiction throughout the article. One example "Describing the worst-case scenario, he said the UK could be battling bad flu and a growth in coronavirus as people spend more time indoors." I thought the whole idea of keeping people home was to flatten the curve?

A lockdown was introduced along with all the other measures in order to prevent the health care system being overrun (or so we were told). So why no mention of the 1000's of beds lying empty in places like the Millennial Stadium in London? So what will be the reason for the next lockdown since the first reason is no longer valid as we have had 6 months to prepare?

https://uk.yahoo.com/news/anti-lockdown-protesters-151116254.html

silverseekerscoremore
Aug 29, 2020 - 10:30am

Nice megaphone you got there scoremore!

Thanks for the morning chart collection scoremore.

Eric has been a conviction long and Silver advocate... hunting and gathering tarnished Silver stocks when nobody else cared. He is going to be hailed a Canadian Hero when that megaphone pattern completes...

The 'Royal Bank' will be hat in hand. <<edit>> Eric will hand them that hat and kindly request they eat it in deference to TF; then a shovel and say; "you're all millionaires, you just have to go dig it out of the ground".

J Siefert
Aug 29, 2020 - 10:15am

Berlin Anti-Corona-Demo (anti-gvmt. demo) went well

It's gone 4 PM and the police are trying to break the demo up now. Super weather and upwards of 20,000 people from various walks of life, i.e. not just neo-Nazis and Antifa. Police have now stopped the demo but they are obviously too few to physically carry off many hard-line protesters.

🔴 Corona-Demos aufgelöst – Berliner Polizei greift durch | BILD Live
scoremore
Aug 29, 2020 - 10:10am
scoremore
Aug 29, 2020 - 10:01am

Case for more Silver Bullishness....

Silver Weekly Chart: 100 Weekly Moving Average has now crossed up thru 200 Weekly Moving Average.

SILJ (Silver Juniors) breaks out on Friday with close.

Silver DAILY Chart: Tested and ready to roll!

GOLD SILVER RATIO daily: 100 daily moving average to cross down thru 200 daily moving average any day now! (Remember down on the GSR means Silver out performing Gold. So if you are rooting for Silver you are liking Bearish signals!)

And the Grand Finally the Case for a 15 to one Ratio!

Look at the blue arrow on the bottom rail of the Gigantic megaphone!

Blackwatersailor
Aug 29, 2020 - 9:59am

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silverseeker
Aug 29, 2020 - 9:51am

"The market is forward looking"...(not)

I finally just finished the Weekly Wrap Up podcast with Eric Sprott; linked in yesterday's thread...

Eric is doing some very serious big thinking during the 'summer doldrums'; thank you so much Craig for the work you and Eric do to share this content with us.

Eric is spot on with his observations; and we should be thinking very seriously about the ramifications if the Gold to Silver ratio begins to compress towards 15:1. "The market" is absolutely asleep; 'asses and elbows deep' at the Fed trough; granting us metal heads some amazing bargains in the Silver stocks.

Of course it is speculation that Silver will actually head towards 15:1; but where is this forward thinking we always hear about??? The market IS actually asleep to the potential laid out in detail this week by Eric Sprott.

Last month RickshawETF started a conversation suggesting some large tonnage lower grade Gold deposits that had not caught market attention... Eric Sprott is now under the hood; sniffing out some "Silver Byproduct" drilling that may be hiding beneath the hood. Fundamental Analysis; that long forgotten discipline lost to Wall Street....

Belladonna
Aug 29, 2020 - 9:38am

Silver

Will September be our month??

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