rocketSilver has been trading sideways so far in 2013, but what will the rest of the year bring? Will 2013 be the year silver prices break out or crash and burn? What is a sustainable silver price for mining companies and where will the metal come from to supply the next generation of industrial and investment demand? Most important, how can investors make money off this volatile sector? These were the burning questions The Gold Report took to analysts, money managers and heads of silver mining companies.
The answers (from the likes of Eric Sprott, David Morgan, Bob Archer, & Jeffrey Christian) may surprise you.

silver precipiceIn his latest market update, Greg Mannarino states that silver is at the edge of a massive breakout, and that the metal remains the most undervalued asset in the history of the world- but not for long.

Mannarino states that we are standing at the precipice of a major upwards move in silver, and that the Fed will soon step in and increase the rate of quantitative easing and expand the scope of QE4, unleashing a flood of new counterfeited currency into the economy. 

Mannarino examines the cup and handle on silver’s weekly chart, and believes silver will run to $38 nearly immediately once silver’s current consolidation near $31.80 is able to take out $32 to the upside.

Silver- at the edge of a massive upside breakout? Mannarino’s full update is below: