Physical Silver Stackers Weigh In On Silver’s Long Term Potential

How do level-headed silver bullion investors think about the prospects for future silver prices and values?

How do level-headed silver bullion investors think about the prospects for future silver prices and values?

James Anderson of SD Bullion spoke with Chris Marcus of Arcadia Economics on Tuesday, July 16, 2019. The discussion mainly revolved around the longterm future silver price perspective for prudent silver bullion stackers.

With both silver price history and gold price history in context with respective spot price breakouts today. This short clip is the kind of grounded discussion silver bullion stackers will likely resonate in general.

Future Silver Price Topics Discussed:

– Bullishness is beginning again in the monetary metals: gold, and silver.

– The longer-term perspective of why commodities (especially gold bullion and silver bullion) are such good value historically at the moment.

– A recent video James Anderson made entitled, “When to Sell Silver Bullion?” Which illustrates how the eastern vs. western silver spot price disparity (throughout this full fiat currency era 1970-2019), was and possibly can again be, an excellent indicator for when to sell some silver allocation portions ahead.

– Taking into perspective the extreme scenario, some paint for the future value of the fully fiat US dollar currency. Studying the former reserve currency of the world, the since fully fiat British pound sterling, helps to keep the future for the fiat US dollar’s value loss within a rational perspective and projection.

– The question of ‘How Much Silver Bullion is there?” in context to the physical supply-demand silver investing fundamentals ongoing.

– How silver bullion bull markets typically have 2-year explosions in value (e.g., last time 2009 silver price to 2011 silver price run). When is that happening again? Hard to suggest with derivative price discovery markets (COMEX, LBMA).

– James has interviewed various silver price analysts (technical and fundamental) who state this coming silver bull market could stretch into the 2030s.

– Often accurate precious metal research firms are forecasting silver prices in the $40s per troy ounce with gold prices passing new nominal price highs by 2022 to 2024.

– Perhaps some establishment financial media could start asking the COMEX’s CME Group when they might end encouraging foreign central bank interventions in our critical price discovery derivative markets.

– Ultimately current record low commodity values versus financial assets should revert towards more historical middle grounds and possibly overshoot for another duration ahead (the opposite of what has happened the last 5 to 8 years).

– The amount of weak silver bullion holding hands currently versus the strong silver bullion hands. How many are going to be selling silver bullion likely cause they want to break even and walk? Or perhaps somehow remain oblivious to the devaluing fiat currency and cashless game afoot?

– What about this Silver Whale theory by Alistair Macleod?

First foremost, know the past silver bullion whale facts (i.e., Who owns the most silver? And good luck guessing who owns the most silver derivatives long and short if you like). In modern second silver hoarding place, there were the late 1990s to middle 2000s with Warren Buffett’s silver bullion hoard. And then finally the scapegoated silver derivative leveraging Hunt Brothers. The billionaire brothers whose naivety in trusting COMEX rules, blew back in their face when the silver futures casino made going long silver futures impossible, ultimately ruining the Hunt’s overleveraged silver bets in early 1980.

  • Silver bullion is a small market in the grand scope of finance (less than 1/3000th of all assets property values). Once real hot capital start pouring in, the upside can get boisterous quickly.

– How to find James Anderson’s work in the physical precious metal industry?