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    Question $40 silver before spring?

    If that happened...
    and the FRN still looked relatively stable...
    then which would you expect ?

    A) a substantial price "correction",
    B) a period of "consolidation"
    C) continued increase but at a slower pace
    D) a continued sharp increase

    Of course I should have polled you about the $40 silver before spring thing,
    because that is just my guess.
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    What direction will gold take now that it broke $1,380? For silver to get to $40 that means gold breaks $1,400 decisively and silver gets to a 35:1 ratio or better. Right now were tracking $35 per ounce if we can get to a 40:1 ratio and gold keeps climbing.

    Unless you fell Gold will be $1,600 by the spring? Then all gloves are off.

    Now I have to figure at what price do I stop buying and how much time do I have to get to my short term goals at these price jumps.
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    Default Ag $41 Au $1541

    Silver to Gold Ratio at 37
    "I foresee little future in 'the price of silver', I see a huge future for 'the price in silver'." - heartbone
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post
    If that happened...
    and the FRN still looked relatively stable...
    then which would you expect ?

    A) a substantial price "correction",
    B) a period of "consolidation"
    C) continued increase but at a slower pace
    D) a continued sharp increase

    Of course I should have polled you about the $40 silver before spring thing,
    because that is just my guess.


    That's one hell of a move in only 21 trading day's. That would be another $8.36 from right now. I'm all for it, buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuut!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb@bellsouth.net View Post
    That's one hell of a move in only 21 trading day's. That would be another $8.36 from right now. I'm all for it, buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuut!!!
    If this wynter bentton group is for real and I think it is $41 by spring may be cheap, but one thing is for sure tomorrow and next week are gona be fun to watch.
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    8:11 am, London
    Now Silver is challenging $32.

    I think it may overcome that today also and close even higher, possibly in the 32.40 region.
    Exhilarating two days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kvanar View Post
    8:11 am, London
    Now Silver is challenging $32.

    I think it may overcome that today also and close even higher, possibly in the 32.40 region.
    Exhilarating two days!
    I spotted my Kitco price at $31.98 and thought here it comes, only to watch it drop.

    It took a nice 40 cent jump there, but has been battling to stay above yesterdays close for the last couple hours. It appears as though the thugs in London are giving it all they got to keep it under $32.

    To close above $32 on a Friday would be extra nice or $33, I'm not fussy.
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    Exclamation He just should have scratched the hag's mug off the coins.

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    Well now NY time 10.10am.
    Congratulations everyone!
    We crossed over to $32.

    Ag is just pounding down the GSR!

    Quote Originally Posted by valerb@bellsouth.net View Post
    I spotted my Kitco price at $31.98 and thought here it comes, only to watch it drop.

    It took a nice 40 cent jump there, but has been battling to stay above yesterdays close for the last couple hours. It appears as though the thugs in London are giving it all they got to keep it under $32.

    To close above $32 on a Friday would be extra nice or $33, I'm not fussy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kvanar View Post
    Well now NY time 10.10am.
    Congratulations everyone!We crossed over to $32.

    Ag is just pounding down the GSR!
    Congratulations??? For what?!? "Everyone"...sorry, NO ONE on here has ANY control over the silver market! We have done NOTHING!

    Give yourself credit for picking a winner, but don't delude yourself that you bred, trained, and jockied that horse!
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