• I prefer listening to Martin Armstrong over the vast majority of false guru’s that share their opinion’s on this site.  I don’t necessarily agree with everything Mr Armstrong has to say.  But, I am normally wrong anyway so I have to take myself with a grain of salt.  I do agree with Armstrong, gold is not a hedge against inflation as much as in…[Read more]

    • I put about as much money on his free forecasts as I do on Morgan or Blown da’ Pony.  Maybe at one point his model or algo’ was a leader in the industry back in 1985 but today he tends to give more of a loose trend forecast versus hard dates and prices.  Utilizing a loose trends forecast where one can continually change everything is much easier f…[Read more]

    • You say: “Gold cannot be a hedge against inflation when governments advocate and promote price suppression.”  You might check the gold price in OTHER countries that are doing the same insane stuff as the USA… there, the price of gold is near historic HIGHS.  Why not in dollars?  Because the dollar is exploding (Jim Willie says because it is near …[Read more]

  • The statement that JPMorgan owns several hundred million oz’s of silver is speculation.  The author uses this statement as if it is a fact.  We don’t know how much silver JPMorgan indeed, has.  Are we so starved for information that we need these kinds of articles?  Totally speculative and presented as if it is fact?  What does Bo Polny have to say…[Read more]

    • It’s my guess this will turn out just like the story of JPMorgan closing their vaults in London.  It makes a great headline until someone actually digs into the story and finds out it was mostly based on a wild imagination and half-known details.

    • Speculation? do you read the bank participation reports? Are you better than Ted Butler at reading the COT’s? People can call what Butler says speculation. Butler his stuff.

    • Speculation? do you read the bank participation reports? Are you better than Ted Butler at reading the COT’s? People can call what Butler says speculation. Butler knows his stuff.

    • We have a set up for a massive smash now. The six month chart has a head and shoulders pattern, and the crooks at the Morgue have tons of ammunition to dump on the market. I think we’ll be getting the shock and awe treatment, the final blood bath spike low within the next few months. But who knows.

      Bo would  comment on his most recent faulty …[Read more]

    • Pollo,  Mebbe they do have it to cover the 80 Trillion in derivatives. Mebbe trying to take over and control the Silver market like the Hunts, as for me I really don’t care,  the silver they have probably won’t be greater in the hands of us al and in the world, reckon?

    • Pollo,  Mebbe they do have it to cover the 80 Trillion in derivatives. Mebbe trying to take over and control the Silver market like the Hunts, as for me I really don’t care,  the silver they have probably won’t be greater in the hands of us all and in the world, reckon?

    • Hey Pollokeeper, here’s what I actually said:
      “In fact, Mr. Butler also believes that JP Morgan has spent the last 4 years acquiring one of the largest hordes of silver in modern times.  He believes this so strongly, that he has put the possible, current number of ounces in JPM’s coffers at several hundred million.
      Now, we can’t know for sure if …[Read more]

    • Hey Pollokeeper, here’s what I actually said:
      “In fact, Mr. Butler also believes that JP Morgan has spent the last 4 years acquiring one of the largest hordes of silver in modern times.  He believes this so strongly, that he has put the possible, current number of ounces in JPM’s coffers at several hundred million.
      Now, we can’t know for sure if …[Read more]

    • Hey Pollokeeper, here’s what I actually said:
      “In fact, Mr. Butler also believes that JP Morgan has spent the last 4 years acquiring one of the largest hordes of silver in modern times.  He believes this so strongly, that he has put the possible, current number of ounces in JPM’s coffers at several hundred million.
      Now, we can’t know for sure if …[Read more]

    • seems obvious. buy more silver. i’m just wondering how much silver i can stack before my second story apt caves in on my neighbor below me ?? any idea on this anyone ?? how many 300 lb football players can i fit in an apt without the floor caving in ??

    • Shilling  for the Billing, huh ? I am 100% positive you don’t believe the Silver market is NOT manipulated and JPM is your Hero and Silver should be at $5.00

    • Your post are useless, an obvious Shill hoping to convince some weak hands will sell…Good Luck !

    • He made it clear that this is speculation, and speculation may be better than no information at all so we can research further and understand what may be going on behind the scenes because the government, jpm and others are not going to tell us until it is too late. Why are you so pessimistic? Someone shares their opinion based on information and…[Read more]

  • @Ed_B  Wow.  Its sure good to have you here to make intelligent comments to make up for the lack of good articles and lack of balance in metals reporting that we are treated to here on a daily basis.  You are right, Silver Doctors can post anything they want, even when it is the worst information that can possibly be shared with us.  And, Sil…[Read more]

  • Go to USA watchdog and see the new Harry Dent video.  I do not agree with everything that Dent says especially the part about gold going down to 750 dollars per oz.  The point is this.  Dent has an opposing view that Silver Doctors does not want getting around.  You will never see Harry Dents views posted here.  Never.  We are treated to Bo Polny…[Read more]

    • @Pollokeeper

       

      “There is no balance to speak of here.”

       

      No, there isn’t.  But then, there is NO requirement for “balance” in any private enterprise.  Those who foot the bill have a right to publish what the want.  We are not limited to just this site, however.  There are many others available that carry supporting and opposing points o…[Read more]

  • @ED_B I guess I can say that I have had “Montezuma’s Revenge” ever since I bought my first oz of silver.  I will be a very happy man when the Silver to Gold ratio closes up enough for it to make sense to make the conversion.  Give me gold anytime over silver.  That will be my cure for what ails me.

  • @Ranger I am like you.  I am sick of the BS and drama and crap myself.  Of course I don’t have a clue when pm’s are going to make a meaningful gain.  My gut tells me that pm’s will trade sideways to lower for the rest of this year.  However, I have been wrong for the most part so hopefully that is a good sign.  PM’s have been a big joke for the las…[Read more]

    • Yes Sir.  I do believe that Silver will rise exponentially. I hold Gold and Silver. The Power to control both is in the Federal Reserve’s Trading room as well as the associated bullion banks. My thoughts are where are the Guru’s that are intelligent enough to connect the dots? Tiring all the years with supposition and false positives. Heck 75% of …[Read more]

    • @pollokeeper : Yep, gold is savings while silver is rollin’ the dice but the problem remains you can’t believe anything you read on this site.

      I’ve noted several times, when there is bad investing advice it “always” seems to end up on Silver Doctors whether its currency, oil, gold or stock market.  You don’t become the worst investment site by …[Read more]

    • @Pollokeeper

       

      ” I am sick of the BS and drama and crap myself.”

       

      Whoa!  You crap yourself?  Now THAT is when you KNOW that you’re really sick!  ;-)

       

    • @ED_B I guess I can say that I have had “Montezuma’s Revenge” ever since I bought my first oz of silver.  I will be a very happy man when the Silver to Gold ratio closes up enough for it to make sense to make the conversion.  Give me gold anytime over silver.  That will be my cure for what ails me.

    • @Pollokeeper

       

      “I guess I can say that I have had “Montezuma’s Revenge” ever since I bought my first oz of silver.”

       

      Yeah, I get it.  You are speaking in a financial sense and not in a physical sense.  Still, that was a funny turn of phrase.  ;-)

       

      “I will be a very happy man when the Silver to Gold ratio closes up enough for it …[Read more]

    • PK..  Same here. Have been lucky with Gold but got burned in Silver.

  • @AGXIIK Nice rant.  However, in reference to Karen Hudes.  It is hard to take someone serious when they make unsubstantiated claims all the time which never never manifest.  For example.  The claim that there is 175 thousand tons of gold hidden away in Hawaii that is going to be redistributed to the nations of the world and save us from the coming …[Read more]

    • PK, I am well versed in RTR Theory (Bix’s name for it, as well…) and I can sympathize with Karen on her Points AND Presentation. She is laying it all out with the confidence of a champion, not caring that it all sounds crazy, because one day she is confident it will all come true. Either that, or she is crazy.

      I get the same stuff all the…[Read more]

    • Polo,

      Any idee when precious metals will make a grand entry of a great price increase over  all this Horse S***?

    • I also believe that Karen Hudes claimed the existence of coneheads in the Vatican that secretly ruled the world.

    • @Pollokeeper
       

      I agree.  If Hudes was a real whistle-blower, she would get assassinated pretty quick, probably by doing a swan dive off of a 30+ story bank building somewhere or have a mysterious traffic accident or house fire that no one can explain.  We’ve seen that before.  The disinfo specialists, however, have no fear of these things be…[Read more]

  • @Ed_B  I used to have a small collection of 20 dollar bills in mint condition dated from the 1920’s.  Before I moved to Panama I gave them to my daughter.  At any rate, the interesting thing about these bills is when they were printed in the 20’s  you could walk into any bank and buy gold coins with them?  Fun Huh?  Today these bills, while nice, b…[Read more]

  • It is probably true that gold will go nowhere in 2015.  The physical supply in London doesn’t make any difference today.  But, it will make a difference someday in the future when all of a sudden the investment world decides that phyzz gold is a safe haven investment.  When the expected market accident finally happens the availability of phyzz wi…[Read more]

    • Ed_B replied 1 week ago

      Indeed, Pollo.  Gold “not going anywhere in 2015″ sounds fantastic to me because I am a buyer and I want as much metal as I can buy with the fiat I have on hand.  If the price stays low that will be terrific news.  The last thing I need is to have to chase gold as it rises in price.  That gets expensive and one ends up with less metal that way…[Read more]

    • Ed_B replied 1 week ago

      Indeed, @Pollokeeper

      Gold “not going anywhere in 2015″ sounds fantastic to me because I am a buyer and I want as much metal as I can buy with the fiat I have on hand.  If the price stays low that will be terrific news.  The last thing I need is to have to chase gold as it rises in price.  That gets expensive and one ends up with less metal that …[Read more]

    • Hmm you don´t like gold.

      Then maybe a good investment could be Farse Book. It has gone over 200 Bn I´ve heard so it must be good.

      Or Tesla, an 80k car that can´t go 200 miles without wasting an hour in a recharge, it is marketed as green never mentioning all the carbon that goes in the expensive processes to make it, or in the production of t…[Read more]

    • @Ed_B  I used to have a small collection of 20 dollar bills in mint condition dated from the 1920’s.  Before I moved to Panama I gave them to my daughter.  At any rate, the interesting thing about these bills is when they were printed in the 20’s  you could walk into any bank and buy gold coins with them?  Fun Huh?  Today these bills, while nice, b…[Read more]

    • @Pollokeeper
       

      Yep, those must’ve been gold certificates.  I have read about them but never saw one other than on-line.  I have seen many silver certificates, though.  I am also old enough to remember when most US coins were 90% silver and used in daily commerce.  Back in the late 1950s and early 1960s, paper and silver dollars could be exc…[Read more]

  • I think that the statistics only apply to Blacks and Whites who are  having much smaller family’s.  At the rate we are going the US is going to become a Latino culure.  Latino’s can fill in our population gap easily and are doing a great job for the time being.  The only question is whether they will continue to immigrate in the future once they fi…[Read more]

  • Silver Doctors will showcase any idiot who is willing to say that silver is going to rise to 100 dollars per oz.  Here’s the kind of prediction’s that I now at least put some stock in.  Silver is going to be volatile but basically go nowwhere in 2015.  We will finally turn in 2016 and show at least some meaningful rises in price.  Between now and t…[Read more]

  • Bix says the dollar will disappear in 2015.  He is sure of it.  Everyone else has been wrong, so why not trust Bix?  At least he is original.  All the other jerks have jumped on the Sept-Oct schemitah bandwagon.  If that call goes bad we will have a long list of idiots to talk about all at one time.  We will need new Guru’s.

    • Bix also believes that Alan Greenspan is some sort of Machiavellian schemer whose easy money policy of the 90s was actually part of a long-term plot to destroy America’s fiat money system and return us to the “Sound Monetary Policy” of the Gold Standard.

      While Bix may be right about the mechanics of such a changeover, he’s so wrong regarding…[Read more]

  • Mr Murphy, although a seemingly nice man, backed his thesis up by mentioning who?  David Morgan?  His thesis is not very persuasive.  He talks a big line.  He mostly says that the markets are controlled by the PTB.  That nothing has changed.  For a very long time.  But, things will change.  Will they?  Why?  Well, David Morgan says so?  David Morga…[Read more]

    • these jokers have made dozens of wildly incorrect predictions for years now. They should be ashamed to show their face in public. I don’t think its possible to be this wrong for this long unless perhaps fed inside info and paid to sucker people into a horribly losing investment.

  • Lets get a good third party candidate in the picture.  What we need is reform.

    • Reform is impossible. The country is finished.

      Revolution is inevitable and the only answer to destroy and overthrow these corrupt and evil parasites that rule over us.

  • Right now, the exchange rate for the Columbia is very favorable.  Last time I checked the dollar traded for 2600 peso’s.  When I visited Columbia 4 years ago the dollar traded for 1800 peso’s.  Good time to visit Columbia for US folks.  Also a very good time to buy some real estate.  Real estate is very cheap now in Columbia for us.  I don’t expec…[Read more]

  • I would like Bo to be right for a change but what I am hearing him talk about is too risky to use as good information.  His track record speaks for itself.  No matter what pm’s do in the interim, if we get the crash he is talking about this Fall, pm’s will take it squarely on the chin.  He wants us to wait until silver goes up, sell our silver, th…[Read more]

    • I’m with you Pollokeeper, but when Bo says “start your engines”, I just shut mine off and start a long rebuild project.  Some day, before I die, I would love to see Au at $2500 and Ag over $50.  Never to late to dream.

  • @Wizard of Ounce  You are free to purchase any coins you wish to purchase.  Personally, I don’t have any emotional attachments at all towards any of the bullion I own.  I bought it to use as money later.  It has no particular beauty to me.  If in the future I am in a bind, I will have to sell my bullion.  I knew this when I bought it.  I wasn’t buy…[Read more]

    • Ed_B replied 2 weeks ago

      ” Not everyone will agree with yours or mine point of view.  Thats OK.”

       

      Absolutely, Pollo.  Silver IS money and so is gold.  Yes, coin can also be art and desired on that basis.  People can also buy and sell gold and silver coins for fun and profit.  There are MANY reasons to own silver and gold and each of us probably only has a few of the…[Read more]

  • @Wizard of Ounce  You are free to purchase any coins you wish to purchase.  Personally, I don’t have any emotional attachments at all towards any of the bullion I own.  I bought it to use as money later.  It has no particular beauty to me.  If in the future, if I am in a financial bind, I will have to sell my bullion.  I knew this when I bought it.…[Read more]

  • @Wizard of ounce  Depending on why you are buying silver, your strategy may or may not be the wizest strategy.  Admitting that we don’t know the future is the first step.  Then, if you decide to buy silver, buy a fixed dollar amount each month, every month.  If you believe that there will be a currency crisis in the future, where the dollar col…[Read more]

  • @marshall swing In your article you wrote this

      But here at SilverDoctors, you get the facts first then watch other people read about it later at other places!

    Where are we getting our facts here at Silverdoctors?  From all the Bo Polny articles?  From the David Morgan articles?

    Nothing but first class authors, writers and analysts her…[Read more]

    • Totally agree. In order to “restore your financial health” you should do the opposite of what these blokes tell you. It is certainly wise to own some PM, but it is madness to go all in. Even if the financial world would really fall apart, all paper assets go down the drain and PM would go up, it would still be questionable if the gold and silver…[Read more]

    • Jamie Dimon said, “Even if the financial world would really fall apart, all paper assets go down the drain and PM would go up, it would still be questionable if the gold and silver bugs could take any advantage of it. Just think of confiscation by the government, trade limitations and taxation. By owning PM you would not be necessarily on the safe…[Read more]

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