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    Question $16.50

    Anyone care to guess how many times the spot price has crossed $16.50 ($49.50 3) in the past two years?



    Looks like four times just today so far, and was stuck there for a while!



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    Are you trying to convince people to buy Silver or provide them with the sound reason why they should not touch it as though it was hot lava straight out of one of those Hawaiian vents?
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    Thumbs up Buying barbarous relics in June 2018? Good move.





    At least 20 times during the last two days of May digital silver traded at $16.50.



    The real thing always costs a bit more, and it is worth it.

    What I know about the future for sure is that digital silver will sell for $16.50 at least one more time.

    Currently digital silver's Bollinger band width is less than 50 cents,
    which in an unmanipulated market would indicate an imminent sharp move.
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    So what, do you not blame a manipulated market for Silvers price?

    then why would this voodoo theory be of any value?
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    Thumbs up a doubling very soon

    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    So what, do you not blame a manipulated market for Silvers price?

    then why would this voodoo theory be of any value?
    Vale, any post that contains only observations is not a theory,
    and your stupid questions are not helpful.

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    If the kabbal could, they'd push the price into the $15 range and make it stick,
    but it is obvious that they can't.

    At this point in time I see very little downside risk, with major upside potential.

    With an average of an 118% increase during the past 4 advance cycles,
    and the average consolidation period of 21 months about expired,
    disregarding any hyperinflation, I expect a minimum $36 per ounce silver
    price point by the end of the next up-tick ( 2.18 x $16.50 = $35.97 ),
    with the emphasis on minimum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post
    If the kabbal could, they'd push the price into the $15 range and make it stick,
    but it is obvious that they can't.

    At this point in time I see very little downside risk, with major upside potential.

    With an average of an 118% increase during the past 4 advance cycles,
    and the average consolidation period of 21 months about expired,
    disregarding any hyperinflation, I expect a minimum $36 per ounce silver
    price point by the end of the next up-tick ( 2.18 x $16.50 = $35.97 ),
    with the emphasis on minimum.

    "Currently digital silver's Bollinger band width is less than 50 cents,
    which in an unmanipulated market would indicate an imminent sharp move.
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    As I was saying, voodoo theories have no place in the real world, so why would you come out here with something that counters all your arguments that the market is manipulated?

    Why is today any different than any other time in the past when you have thrown out many other wild a$$ voodoo predictions about how the market is about to explode and it didn't?

    Just throw in the standard, if only the market wasn't manipulated it would do this or that to cover your failed predictions, but sooner or later you will be right about something, the odds are in your favor.

    Even a broken clock is right twice a day.

    Just curious, when was the last time we saw a 118% increase in the past 21 months and what difference would it make anyway for the buy and hold investor if the price just keeps dropping back down?

    Actually I'd like to see any price rise of 118% at any time after April 2011 (84 months), there are some horrendous decreases with some small increases and then more horrendous decreases and the market has been pretty much in a funk since around July of 2014 stuck in a five Dollar window.

    To say it can't drop any lower is just wishful thinking, the current drop from 2011 high is not all that much different than the decline from the 1980 high to the lows in the late 1990 and early 2000's of $4 per ounce.

    I'm not predicting it will drop down that low, but it didn't drop down that low back then in a hurry either, it took many years to reach that level and we are only seven years into our recent funk.

    I thought you disavowed making any predictions and here you are making another one just as bold as in the past.

    Spend "your" money, Silver is going to make you much wealthier and very soon.

    I'd say have you no shame, but then you are the one that claims Sandy Hook was a fake incident to the world. So obviously nothing you say or do bothers you...
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