silver price

Podcast

Robert Mish: Front-Line Observations from a Seasoned Gold & Silver Bullion Dealer

The game is finally changing
Saturday, April 27, 2013, 11:48 AM

Spikes and plunges in the U.S. dollar price of gold; this is not new. It goes back to the early 1970s. We remember that for most of the past 40 years, physical gold and silver investors, particularly in the U.S., tended to chase big rallies and buy late, while too often selling after plunges or after long periods of price erosion. Gold was sold then primarily as an inflation hedge. When it was working, speculators bought much more. When it stopped working as an inflation hedge, they first became puzzled and frustrated, then fearful, and they sold out at bottoms.

So, fast-forward to this month, and today’s gold community starts to look a bit different as the breakdown below previous gold and silver price support levels began, and especially last week, with gold going below $1400. Physical buyers were outnumbering sellers in our store by at least 5 to 1.

Podcast

Mike Maloney: Today's Low Gold & Silver Prices Are Not Realistic

The good news is that they can't last much longer
Friday, April 12, 2013, 7:49 PM

During this very tumultuous week for precious metals prices, Chris sat down with Mike Maloney, founder and owner of GoldSilver.com, one of the world's largest bullion dealers.

Mike is a true scholar of monetary history. His reasons for getting into the bullion business have their roots in a very predictable cycle that has happened time and again over the centuries (more accurately millennia): » Read more

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Off the Cuff: "Hand-to-Mouth" Tightness Seen in Silver Inventories

A strong bullish signal for silver investors
Thursday, January 17, 2013, 1:23 AM

In this week's Off the Cuff podcast, Chris and Ted Butler discuss:

  • Germany's Gold Grab
    • What impact with the reserve repatriation by the Bundesbank have?
  • Silver's Screaming Fundamentals
    • The size of the silver market is TINY
  • The Future Price of Silver
    • Betting on higher prices still seems the smart move here