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Silver Shortage This Decade, Silver Will Be Worth More Than Gold

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FutureMoneyTrends.com believes just as gold went from $35 to $850 per ounce in a decade(1969-1980) and palladium went from $200 to nearly $1,000 in just 3 years(1997-2000), we believe over the next decade silver investors will be rewarded greatly!

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Gents, dont get carried away with this shit, just learn and watch the markets.

That said, anyone that wants to buy a kilo of silver for £1000 since it is about to go to the moon then please feel free to pm me :)

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How much is actual industrial demand and how much is investor speculative demand?

Industrial demand for silver was largely photographic; medical has been expanding and some photovoltaic solar panels use it. Often it is used in tiny amounts which are rarely recovered hence there is less in circulation (+ reserves) that has been the case historically.

It is about the most speculative of metals as is bourne out by it having the largest percentage drop in 2008 and the largest percentage rise since.

One of the things about speculators is that they can stampede in either direction.

During times when oil was $140 per barrel; the notion that it would go below $35 was regarded as insane .... but it did, for a while, despite peak oil and demand from China and India.

Similarly there are those who reckon silver might dip to the high teens or low twenties before surging again; and others say it will go to the moon. There is a risk being in and risk being out ... some find that charting the gold to silver ration helps them time things.

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Industrial demand for silver was largely photographic; medical has been expanding and some photovoltaic solar panels use it. Often it is used in tiny amounts which are rarely recovered hence there is less in circulation (+ reserves) that has been the case historically.

It is about the most speculative of metals as is bourne out by it having the largest percentage drop in 2008 and the largest percentage rise since.

One of the things about speculators is that they can stampede in either direction.

During times when oil was $140 per barrel; the notion that it would go below $35 was regarded as insane .... but it did, for a while, despite peak oil and demand from China and India.

Similarly there are those who reckon silver might dip to the high teens or low twenties before surging again; and others say it will go to the moon. There is a risk being in and risk being out ... some find that charting the gold to silver ration helps them time things.

That's another question, how much demand is from China? And how much is funded by their insane property bubble?

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