Investors have been voracious buyers of silver and silver miner ETFs on QE-infinity, and when...


Investors have been voracious buyers of silver and silver miner ETFs on QE-infinity, and when silver is outperforming gold, it is usually a bullish sign for the entire precious metals complex. Physically backed silver ETFs (SLV, SIVR, DBS) have jumped 23% in three months; silver miners (SIL, SLVP) are up 22%-plus. Physical gold (GLD) added ~10% and gold miners (GDX) ~15%.

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  • cseavic
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    i have been in Silver since they STOPPED making silver coins, I only regret I cannot convince my sons to do the same!
    24 Sep 2012, 11:15 AM Reply Like
  • vaag
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    Wait for Obama to win this Nov. Your silver will be officially declared to be the governments silver.
    24 Sep 2012, 12:15 PM Reply Like
  • bobdavies123
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    Just shows how valuable it's going to get then. Hold it abroad.
    24 Sep 2012, 04:14 PM Reply Like
  • jelkas35
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    We need to reject the blinders that the Bankers and Politicians wish to strap on us when explaining the glory days that are about us due to the Almighty QE3 resolve! Do as the China Gov has suggested all citizens in China do......"Buy Gold and Silver" with each paycheck. That's right; China presently making strong suggestions to all citizens to buy 10% or more of Gold and Silver! Hmmmm; I wonder whats going on here! Get in it for the LONG haul before you CAN'T!
    26 Sep 2012, 09:58 PM Reply Like
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