What's the future of silver look like to you?

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  1. Coins A-Z

    Coins A-Z Active Member

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    Cryptos, for the most part, are and have been treated like speculative vehicles by upwards of 99% of the people who pump them or invest their money into them.

    Cryptos, therefore, are not the answer to fiat at all.
     
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    Silver prices are on the rise again! 16.31 USD. Was around 15.75 USD two weeks ago
     
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    JNS Active Member Silver Stacker

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    I can wait for 15 to 20 years more but i hope prices would be good in 2018.
     
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    Ronnie 666 Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I like silver for the same reason stated by oz, no one wants it. Most are too busy selling it to buy bitcoin or some other BS digital tulip. However, there is 1 metal better than silver for rapid appreciation and that is the very unloved Platinum. I think Platinum will outdo silver but it may be close. Said the same thing about Rhodium a year ago. No one cares until they do.....and they will.
     
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    So it can stay flat for 15-20 years like last time until the next spike?

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    It could move sideways for the next 100 years....and at the end of that stall out, it could still be a store of value....depending on the relative value of other assets and currencies.
     
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    I think it's time we all admitted that, together combined, all of us on Silver Stackers have successfully managed, over the past ten years, to accumulate probably the worlds greatest collection of paper weights........this is a very cathartic moment for me....I hope we all find some peace in this revelation.
     
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    Our time will come again ;)
     
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    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    the later the better, need more time to build up
     
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    Bosse68 Active Member Silver Stacker

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    For 2018 I think it will be sideways, mayby a 10% drop
     
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    If that's true, at least for the most part I purchased interesting or beautiful paperweights that I can admire every time I look at them...I couldn't say the same had I purchased mostly generic bullion and poured paper weights. I do know many stackers who've purchased practically only generic rounds, bars, and poured clunks....how many worthless paperweight generic bars or ASE's can one look at before one gets bored....2 maybe 3? :eek:;)

    One of the many interesting paperweight I purchased this year:
     
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    Ronnie 666 Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Friday cot report - nothing can be more bullish for silver. If you think Silver is going down then you have no idea of the PM markets and yes go buy cryptos. They need more sheep to fleece.
     
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    alor Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Generic is ok, but not too many, worse is that are fakes brands out there...even genuine products I would avoid buying into them again
    it is harder to sell next time

    Well we would not know who will make a fake of what in the future

    it seems the bargain prices below 16.00 have left us for now
     
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    JNS Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Hope not to happen, still looking forward on at at least a positive trend. Price correction must take in place otherwise no more volume for me, i would rather put my savings away from it on 2018.
     
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    Spot is really climbing! 16.71 USD now!!!
     
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    Silver spot price will climb to ~$35/oz in 2018, correct a bit back to the $20's, and then shoot past the previous $50 high in 2019 up into the $70's.
     
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    Wow. That sounds great to me!
     
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    Double in a year and double again in the year next!?!? LOL
    You must have posted in the wrong thread, try the Digital/Crypto forum
     
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    Davros10 Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Silver to rise to around $19.50 in the next 3-4 months combined with a drop in AUD/USD to around 68c (after a peak around 79c).

    If the two moves co-incide then silver in AUD reaches around $28-29
     
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    Nah bitcoin is a bubble. Silver is due for some love imo
     
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