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silverheartbone
5th May 2009, 02:29
http://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/cpicalc.pl

The 1913 silver price of $1.29 / oz was equivalent to $28.05 at the end of 2008,
and 1913 gold price of $20.68 / oz was equivalent to $449.74 at the end of 2008.

Which 2009 ounce, Au or Ag, represents the greatest undervalue?

Consider that those 1913 bullion values were relatively unchanged for literally centuries.

Established for GENERATIONS before the corporate bankster influence.

Again, which ounce Au or Ag, represents the greatest undervalue?

Now let's factor in the supply fundamentals.

Can you say silver is a "no-brainer" buy and hold?

This is why your government pays trolls to infest and obscure this truth.

Isn't the more rare metal supposed to be more valuable?

Tradition you say?

OK.

After examining the silver and gold supply fundamentals,
one can make one or both of two arguments:

1) gold is way over priced
2) silver is way under priced

I say both.

But if WTC 7 can be demolished in plain view with no perpetrators charged,
then they can determine silver to be 69 times less valuable than gold.

My guess is that when TPTB decides to take the gold price down
as a part of the deflation
silver will not be able to rise.

A buying opportunity in a way, but the game is rigged.
I actually bought 2 - 10 ounce bars during the first week of last December.
"Spot" was sub $10.
The bars were $122.50 each, i.e. about a 25% "premium".
Fake markets, fake paper, for real money.
And I count my blessings,
as each bar should have been about $300 according to the government CPI figures.

When the changed global silver supply to gold supply ratio falling from 16 to under 1 becomes news to the masses,
that will be the day.

silverheartbone
6th May 2009, 09:10
Very interesting, the mathematical concept of inverses.

( $13.73 $28.05 ) X ( $911 $449 ) ~ 1

silverheartbone
13th September 2010, 10:32
Very interesting, the mathematical concept of inverses.

( $13.73 $28.05 ) X ( $911 $449 ) ~ 1

In other words based on the government's currency inflation figures
the numerical quantity of the deflation of the silver price was exactly equal and opposite in ratio to
the numerical quantity of the inflation of the gold price during the period 1913 - 2008.

That is certainly circumstantial evidence of manipulaton.