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Silver to $100 and Gold to $5000 by 2018 or 2019

By Tom Winnifrith | Thursday 14 September 2017


Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from ShareProphets). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.


Precious metals guru David Morgan is excited about the future of silver, “I have a lot tied to this sector. I’ve always felt that the highest calling you can have is to live your passion. You can be self-serving and serve others at the same time.” 

In the latest podcast from Palisade Capital, David discusses the gold-silver ratio and why it is very favorable for silver. He is convinced that the bottom is in for precious metals.

Silver and gold were strong in 2016, and then we had the sell-off. The leading sector for 2016 was the gold mining sector. This year has been spotty, but we are at 12-month highs as we have retraced all of the earlier losses this year.

If you look at the Junior space stocks are not up that far overall there is still lots of value. However, some of the ETF held companies had larger price gains. David discusses what the true price of gold should be in comparison to the M1 money supply and how it has changed over the years. By 2020 he expects we could see $100 for silver and $7500 for gold and why it will likely go beyond fair value.

Silver should outperform in the long term once the big money has entered the gold sector. David tells the story about how Warren Buffett purchased 28% of the worlds silver in 2004. This story demonstrates just how tiny the silver market truly is.


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