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The Silver Market is Ready to Break

Ragnarok

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#5
One of these days we may wake up to find everything broken.

R.
 

Cigarlover

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#7
If we could just get one good CME to head our way, all these problems would be fixed. Of course we would lose 70% of the population but most of them are useless anyway.
 

FunnyMoney

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#8
I didn't watch the video but if I remember correctly Clif is pretty much an eternal bull so I guess he means a break to the upside.

Action in silver recently would suggest it's being priced too low currently, so I would tend to agree. But short term moves are very tough to call. I'm sticking with my long term, accumulate on the dips approach. That said, I do believe every working class American family should already have at least a monster box or 2 of silver safely hidden away just in case , at least. ... Again. JMHO, DYODD.
 

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#9
Still safer than paper. If you don't hold it you don't own it.
 

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#10
Clif High = fraud. There is no such thing as a webbot.

Jsnip4 = fraud. In two words bitconnect, bitpetite.

They are both a$$clowns who's opinions are there own to make money off of others.
 

Bottom Feeder

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#12
at least a monster box or 2 of silver
Ahh, yeah, and in a pinch, think how many bullets you can cast with a 1,000 ounces of silver.
Silver, unlike paper, will never loose it's value.

BF

well, I guess paper will retain some value...