Last big move up?

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  1. tolly_67

    tolly_67 Well-Known Member

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    O.k. I am struggling to remember the last time silver went on a tear ( not to be confused with 'tear' in my eye when I look at my silver paper weights ). You know...over a dollar up in single night. I suppose its like when we get older we struggle to remember the time past when we never had to get up for a pee.
     
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    Fat Penguin Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    ^ ha ha
    Do they young 'uns on here know they have that to look forward to?
     
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    swoydaz Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Love your sense of humour.
    A few years back I watched it fall 7 or 8 dollars overnight.
    There were tears that night :)
     
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    sammysilver Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    That was 7 years ago this Easter!!!!

    We've been waiting for the rebound since.
     
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    Man those were exciting times in 2011 - a bit like watching the crypto markets. I remember a flag pattern forming in 2010 and James Turk making a bold claim that silver would head from around$22 US to over $30 US in week... and boom it did. Probably the funniest thing was the silver futurist and his incredible youtube channel - I thought he would explode with excitement! Then came the dark times - JP Morgan with their massive short position squashed the market and have been accumulating ever since. I hope this has just bought us more time for what will eventually be a great opportunity.
     
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    swoydaz Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I think it was 2013 or 2014.
    But regardless it wasn’t fun and we sure are waiting for a rebound.
    Meantime life moves on.
     
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    I'm hoping for a Silver Phoenix to rise from the ashes...sentiment toward silver as of late has been abysmal.

    How far are we from the proverbial "blood in the streets" for this metal, anyway? By what measure can we know the streets are full of silverbug blood?



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  8. tolly_67

    tolly_67 Well-Known Member

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    I don't about "blood in the streets" but I cut my foot at the caravan park last week so there was a bit of blood on the grass....does that count towards anything?
     
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    Article in the Oz today noting how BTC owners are moving into Gold. Will Silver follow?
     
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    swoydaz Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Try not to believe a word of what you hear, as quickly as possible.
    The above is not investment advice.
    It’s just pure bitterness.
     

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