that silver bull.
This is a test.
Look out when the talkers are bullish.
I love this clip from February 2011.
I tried to embed this.. hmm..
Changes in margins for silver futures caused volatility in market prices.
Might be my favorite silver piece here..
R man J.. that's nice!
Along came baby #2 and..
This is one of the last interviews I did.
I thought I had taken it down.. nope, here it is:
Seeking Gold: An interview with Chris Waltzek.
Hmm.. am I able to edit the first post in this thread? Not sure to keep or start another with the same content.
Tonight a good ol' friend called me.. he's coming round to silva.. Silver’s Bullish Signal
"What has happened recently is a drop in the amount of physical silver available for delivery in the Comex – down 38 per cent to 29 million ounces since the start of 2011 – while the amount of silver that is being held for clients to claim in the Comex is up by 23 per cent to 72 million ounces."
From the local coin shop’s junk halves bag today..
"The question every investor faces in a bull market is: Do I buy now, anticipating prices will continue higher — and chance getting clobbered if a correction arrives? Or do I wait for a pullback and possibly miss out on big gains? There is risk either way. Use temporary price declines to steadily accumulate the best silver stocks and your preferred form of bullion."
"Looking back after this bull market has finally run its course, gold and silver will have amply rewarded those who bought smart, had meaningful exposure, and stayed the course." Full Story
And not just the bears, they love the Coins with the panda on them.
BEIJING, June 20 (Xinhua) -- The People's Bank of China (PBOC), the central bank, announced on Monday that it will issue more gold and silver commemorative coins featuring the giant pandas to meet soaring demands for precious metals in the country.
PBOC said the maximum circulation of the one-ounce gold coins with a face value of 500 yuan (77.3 U.S. dollars) will be raised to 500,000 from 300,000 previously set at the end of last year.
The maximum circulation of four other gold coins with different gold purity and face values ranging from 20 yuan to 200 yuan will increase to 600,000 each set from the previous 200,000.
Also, the maximum issuance of one-ounce silver coins with a face value of 10 yuan each will double to 6 million from the previous 3 million, according to PBOC. Chinese investors have rushed to buy precious metals this year to hedge against rising inflation, where the Consumer Price Index (CPI), a main gauge of inflation, shot up to 5.5 percent year-on-year in May. The CPI rose 5 percent in the first quarter and 5.3 percent in April.
The benchmark interest rate of one-year deposits stood at 3.25 percent after the central bank raised the interest rate twice this year to curb inflation.
In contrast, the price of gold has so far risen by about 9.4 percent from the end of last year, making precious metals more attractive to investors.
Sucker for a sale...
R man J wrote:
A behind the scenes look at how silver coins are struck.
The Discovery Channel on AU from October 10, 2010. Part One
https://youtu.be/UfTwsNWgu2M Part Two
From Silver Summit 2011:
Mike Victory wrote:
Same ol' Bubble Mania
This chart shows that we're in the late stages of the Awareness phase or very early in the 3rd phase. There is almost no media attention on silver in MSM.
Your favorite silver advocate:
very good and tough questions asked by the interviewer.