silver demand and use 1994-2015Sales records. Shortages. COMEX trading and inventories. Coin and bar demand. Mine supply. ETF movements. Industrial demand. Solar market.
The COMPLETE and EXHAUSTIVE Silver Market Report for 2015 is below:

srsSo where does the silver market go from here? 

gunThree trigger events are likely to occur in the next few months. All three are extensions of the death of the USDollar, which is manifested in its rise. Like a balloon it will pop. The system will not be able to withstand the shock. Systemic breakdown will give way to failure of the entire monetary system upon which the USDollar rests. The Gold Standard will be urged on, first in trade, then in banking, finally in currency. The USDollar will be swept aside, its rubble put in the dustbin of history, the memories likened to Rome during the Nero period.
When the next crisis hits, it will be five times worse than the Lehman event within the United States in 2008.

dollarGold and silver prices continued to drift along close to recently established lows this week, showing some support at current levels.
Whether or not there is further weakness to come appears to be a reflection of dollar strength, and it should be noted that the dollar has recently broken into new high ground on a trade-weighted index of other currencies. 

truthDr. Paul Craig Roberts joins the SGTReport to discuss the absurdity of the Paris Attack which is playing out just as Dr. Roberts expected. Like 9/11, the Paris “ISIS attacks” are being used to destroy people’s civil liberties in the name of “protecting them”.
Roberts warns: You can’t handle the Paris False Flag TRUTH

mallOnce upon a time, “Black Friday” was a major economic event in the United States.  Yes, the mainstream media is still endlessly hyping it up, and major retailers are still rolling out their “incredible deals”, but it appears that most Americans are tiring of this particular gimmick.  Or perhaps it is just that U.S. consumers don’t have as much discretionary income as they once did. 
As you will see below, retail traffic this Black Friday was “much, much slower” than anticipated. 

Fed-Balance-Sheet-vs-Silver-PriceSomething quite interesting happened as the Federal Reserve increased its balance sheet from 2003 to 2012.  As the Fed’s balance sheet jumped from $738 billion to $2.8 trillion by 2012, the price of silver increased to $30 that year.  However, as the Fed continued to increase its balance sheet by printing money and acquiring worthless assets, the price of silver changed direction and headed lower over the next four years.