“Is the precious metals bull market over?” This may be the single most important investing question that we can ask ourselves. Why?
If the bull market in silver and gold is not over, then the current setup would likely be an extremely big buying opportunity.
On this week’s Metals & Markets The Doc & Eric Dubin discuss:
- A break from the traditional Friday cartel bashing as gold and silver blasted higher through $1400 $24, and closed at $1398 and $24.08 respectively!
- Triggering Friday’s precious metals rally, a weaker than expected July home sales report, coming in at 394k vs consensus of 486k, and a 13.4% decline over June- the steepest monthly drop in 3 years!
- Silver options expiration Aug. 27: Expect cartel to desperately attempt to defend $25.50 and then, $26. Look for a pause and short correction in silver prior to a massive assault on $30!
- The Doc’s report on physical market trends for the US bullion market
- War: When all else fails, it’s the “go to” solution; Why would President Assad gas his own people when he knows the US has declared the use of chemical weapons as a “red line” that if crossed would likely mean escalation/intervention? Russia may very well be correct in accusing the US backed rebels as being behind a false flag.
We dive in to these topics and much more in this week’s SD Weekly Metals & Markets!
Gold and silver are NOT going up in value. An ounce or gold or an ounce of silver is still the same ounce. It is the imaginary “value” of the fiat you hold that is being debased and is relentlessly dropping. It is a subtle, but necessary change in “belief” one must always recognize, [and there are many who do, just not enough]. Instead of 250 or 900 units of fiat, it now takes 1650 units of fiat to purchase the SAME ounce of gold, and 30 units of fiat, instead of 5 or 20 units to purchase the same ounce of silver.
Make no mistake about it, it is the central bankers that are leading governments around by the nose, and by proxy, governments leading
people around by the nose, and that “nose” is inhaling “lines” of fiat. Unless cured, all addictions end badly, and the only “cure” central bankers have for ever-increasing fiat is, ever-increasing it more.