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Silver Tards Have been lied To

 
Dark Zen

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The creditor is Master... the Debtor is Slave...

Which has the most possibility of making you Creditor?

Paper Securities?

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05/07/2011 01:30 PM
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The creditor is Master... the Debtor is Slave...

Which has the most possibility of making you Creditor?

Paper Securities?

LMAO
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silvertards, watch this! :D

Thread: Finally, an explanation about SILVER margin rate increase === and why it is a good thing in a long run
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05/07/2011 01:35 PM
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The creditor is Master... the Debtor is Slave...

Which has the most possibility of making you Creditor?

Paper Securities?

LMAO
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Food, Guns & Ammo


stfu
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05/07/2011 01:37 PM
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Why not margin restrictions on Oil?
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05/07/2011 01:39 PM
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this guy makes a lot of great points. i think we really have to look at this objectively and admit the silver community may have been duped. Maybe not too late to trade in for Gold or other physical real assets? such as land?
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Well,all I can say is silver should be a good investment.But in these times,I guess all need to open there minds and sharpen there intuition.
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05/07/2011 01:42 PM
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The war machine throughout the world is in full production and they are looking long term. Their gathering the resources at this time considering the long war. It's just that simple people.
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05/07/2011 01:43 PM
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Only pencil necks with warts buy gold.
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05/07/2011 01:47 PM
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Only pencil necks with warts buy gold.
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Maybe you would rather have this ?

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05/07/2011 03:13 PM
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as of 2010 there is approx 1,056,800,000 billion ounces. As industrial demand slows there will be more silver left out there.
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With high prices, there is an incentive to produce more and cut the amount of silver in produts.

Fewer products are also produced in an economic slowdown (fewer products, less silver in each product, more supply): the result is a price decline.

A price decline sparks a selloff from "investors". This brings even more silver onto the market and price collapses further.

This is a very possible scenario for the short term, even if the long term fundamentals remain good.
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Actually, usually in a market as a commodity sells off, there comes online much more supply. I would suggest that you do your homework and check out the sales at both Apmex and Kitco since the decline started recently. This is not the same scenario that the bears are touting, not by a longshot. Physical sales have exploded the past few days.
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I think industrial demand is the key factor.
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05/07/2011 03:20 PM
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as of 2010 there is approx 1,056,800,000 billion ounces. As industrial demand slows there will be more silver left out there.
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With high prices, there is an incentive to produce more and cut the amount of silver in produts.

Fewer products are also produced in an economic slowdown (fewer products, less silver in each product, more supply): the result is a price decline.

A price decline sparks a selloff from "investors". This brings even more silver onto the market and price collapses further.

This is a very possible scenario for the short term, even if the long term fundamentals remain good.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1373792



Actually, usually in a market as a commodity sells off, there comes online much more supply. I would suggest that you do your homework and check out the sales at both Apmex and Kitco since the decline started recently. This is not the same scenario that the bears are touting, not by a longshot. Physical sales have exploded the past few days.
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I think industrial demand is the key factor.
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bad economy hurts industrial demand which is going to hurt silver
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05/07/2011 04:39 PM
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For the past 5000 years, silver HAS BEEN the poor man's gold...
1 SILVER SHEKEL had .35 of a troy ounce of silver
3,000 SILVER SHEKELS were equal to ONE SILVER TALENT.

SILVER HAS BEEN MONEY FOR MILLENIA..

The main job of the elite is to convince you that silver IS NOT MONEY.

The banksters spent $100,000 back in the 1880s to convince congress to demonetize silver after the Comstock Lode was discovered...

Just look at the history--- the paper pushers want to convince you that silver is NOT MONEY.. Silver is more threatening to them than gold is...

They want to control you with THEIR paper... and ultimately with a microchip that they can turn OFF if they don't like you..

Got physical silver?
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If Shtf, and I had 10 chickens and I was stupid enough to trade them for PMs. I would trade one for an ounce of gold before I would take an ounce of silver.
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An ounce of gold would buy an acre of land not ten chickens dumb ass.
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Sucks to be you dumb fuck tard ass! I said if SHTF! keep your Acre, you can eat shit and I will eat the eggs and the chickens.
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05/07/2011 06:33 PM
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This number crunching is very interesting.

As an example, if there is 30 billion ounces of silver above ground, and the average holding per person is 500 ounces, then that equates to 30,000,000,000 / 500 = 60,000,000 people (investors). As a percentage of the world's population that equates to 60,000,000 / 6,000,000,000 x 100% = 1% of the population.

If the average holding is just a paltry 100 ounces, then just 5% of the population are holding silver. What is the other 95% of the population holding ?

What is the net worth of the entire world ? Let's just take a look at the people first. I read yesterday (sorry too lazy to give you a source), that the EPA (US ?) valued a human life at $9.1 million. If this is true then the value of all people in the entire world is equivalent to 6,000,000,000 x 9,100,000 = $54,600,000,000,000,000.

At the current price of $35US per ounce of silver the value of the above ground stock is 35 x 30,000,000,000 = $1,050,000,000,000 US.

The percentage of the value of above ground silver to the value of everyone on the planet is: 1,050,000,000,000 / 54,600,000,000,000,000 x 100 = 0.0019%.

Having now crunched the numbers, does it look like silver is undervalued at $35 per ounce ?

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