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With the US and Europe asleep due to good friday. Asia is still or was still trading silver is $47.90! Holy crap! This is going nuts!

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With the US and Europe asleep due to good friday. Asia is still or was still trading silver is $47.60! Holy crap! This is going nuts!

LOL I came into this forum to see if you posted $47.... lo and behold. :lol:

Yes, I may just hold on to my silvers for a wee while longer.

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With the US and Europe asleep due to good friday. Asia is still or was still trading silver is $47.60! Holy crap! This is going nuts!

I've never seen anything move so fast. OK, the USA debt problem is rumbling, but is there something else hunt-style happening? I'm enjoying this rise, but you can have too much of a good thing.

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With the US and Europe asleep due to good friday. Asia is still or was still trading silver is $47.60! Holy crap! This is going nuts!

Cautionary words fom Jim Rogers: if silver stops rising linearly and goes parabolic, then it's time to sell (some.)

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I've never seen anything move so fast. OK, the USA debt problem is rumbling, but is there something else hunt-style happening? I'm enjoying this rise, but you can have too much of a good thing.

The big killer was on Thursday or something, when a major bank/investment house in Canada 'adjusted' their silver stock downwards by 13%.

Cautionary words fom Jim Rogers: if silver stops rising linearly and goes parabolic, then it's time to sell (some.)

Yeah I know the chart about ignorance, mania, greed dispair return to normal and I am well aware of the need to get out at the right time.

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With the US and Europe asleep due to good friday. Asia is still or was still trading silver is $47.60! Holy crap! This is going nuts!

It's relentless!

We are now near £29.

A month ago a kilo bar of silver, not including VAT, was in the low 700s now you are talking a grand.

Given the slow pace of gold appreciation, are people liquidating gold for silver?

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Given the slow pace of gold appreciation, are people liquidating gold for silver?

Did a bit of that when Silver was $10. :)

You should still listen to RB's advice on metals though. I mean, look at his post count. He must know what he is talking about, right?

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Did a bit of that when Silver was $10. :)

You should still listen to RB's advice on metals though. I mean, look at his post count. He must know what he is talking about, right?

What about Injin's 34000 posts? :blink:

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With the US and Europe asleep due to good friday. Asia is still or was still trading silver is $47.90! Holy crap! This is going nuts!

Typo?, did you mean 49.70? Oh no, I see your post was on Friday.

;-)

Is someone testing the lack of physical? Indians have gone back into buying silver - perhaps its gaining momentum over there?

Any ideas? My small allocation in silver is turning into a house deposit...

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Any ideas? My small allocation in silver is turning into a house deposit...

I'm concerned by your term "allocation". If you don't hold it, you don't own it, especially in these times.

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Taken a beating today, nearly 4.5% wiped off in the last 24 hrs; goes down as quick as it rises!

good stuff , nothing goes straight up

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