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Silver, Gold, the Argentina Peso & Exponentially Increasing Prices

Silver, Gold, the Argentina Peso & Exponentially Increasing Prices

The exchange rate between the Argentina Peso and the US dollar in January 1945 was 4.17 pesos to one dollar. Like the United States, Argentina created substantial price inflation – devaluation of their currency – in the 1950s – 1990s. According to Wikipedia Argentina devalued their currency by a factor of 100 in 1970, by another 10,000 in 1983, by another 1,000 in 1985, and by another 10,000 in 1992. From Alan Greenspan in 1966: “In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation.” In summary the 1945 peso was devalued by 10 trillion to one between 1945 and 2015. Imagine […]

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What You Know for Certain: Huge Demand for Gold And Silver

What You Know for Certain: Huge Demand for Gold And Silver

There is ample record evidence that banks are totally unreliable if it is known that any gold or silver is being held, either by consent for a fee or in a safe deposit box. If you have any PMs in a bank, guess who really owns it? Word is that even allocated gold owned by wealthy clients, in the hundreds of millions of dollars, is missing. Who cares? That is their problem, not yours. The point to be made is we all live in a world where it is a matter of self-survival.

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Demand For Coins And Bars Exploding While Gold And Silver Prices Pushed Down

Demand For Coins And Bars Exploding While Gold And Silver Prices Pushed Down

Based on these data, except for the Perth Mint in Australia, all other sources are reporting a huge increase in demand for coins and bars across the globe. Retail investors primarily are looking taking advantage of these bargain prices. The price setting in the COMEX futures market has its effect on real world demand. The question is, when will wholesale demand start piling up on precious metals to trigger a supply shortage? That would be fun to observe … but we are unfortunately not there yet … prices should go even lower to trigger such a situation.

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Gold Coin Demand Up, Silver Relatively Better

Gold Coin Demand Up, Silver Relatively Better

The red line is clear: as of 2013, when the futures market has been pushing precious metals prices significantly down, the physical market has been reviving every time again. Although safe haven demand for gold coins has gone up, silver has done even better in relative terms given an increasing gold to silver price ratio.

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Physical Silver Investors Continue Their Record High Accumulation

Physical Silver Investors Continue Their Record High Accumulation

The latest ETF and US Mint figures show that physical silver demand is historically high and continues to be so. What does this mean?

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