Is The Price of Silver About To Explode?

So What’s The Big Deal About Silver With the stock market reaching new all-time highs almost by the day, and precious metals in a vicious 7-year bear market, why would anybody want to invest in silver? Fortunately, the exact conditions described above, as well as a unique set of events that most in the financial markets remain largely unaware of, have led to what could well be one of the most explosive (and profitable) events in financial market history. Representing a potentially life-changing opportunity to those who recognize it before it’s too late. Because similar to the way many wish they had bought Apple or Amazon stock years ago before their ascent in price, the case for a crypto-like move in the price of silver is not only compelling. But is also becoming more well known by the day, with perhaps the time to act quickly running out. The Problem…                                       The short version is that following the collapse of the subprime bubble in 2008, the Federal Reserve printed an astronomical amount of money. And while many are aware of the Fed’s low interest rate policy and quantitative easing programs, even many experienced investment advisors and traders don’t really comprehend the true extent of just how much money was printed. As well as the magnitude of the impact the withdrawal of that money will have on the financial markets. As is detailed in this report, silver is uniquely positioned to be the prime beneficiary of these circumstances and others. And when this occurs, those who were positioned correctly in advance are likely to experience similar success to the investors who realized that the mortgage market was in a bubble prior to 2008. And subsequently made a fortune by shorting the market. But The Fed Has The Situation Under Control…Right?! As you can see in the chart below, between the Fed’s Inception in 1913 and the collapse of the subprime bubble in 2008, the Fed increased the monetary base by approximately $875 billion (with the monetary base being one of the standard measures of the money supply – defined as the sum of currency in circulation and reserve balances held at the Fed). (chart courtesy of the St. Louis Fed) Following the quantitative easing programs, the monetary base exploded to over $4 trillion!! So if the amount of money that was printed prior to the crisis is considered a lot (which … Continue reading Is The Price of Silver About To Explode?