I've been away a while, cashed out most of my silver in 2015 to get a home...... now just starting to have some investment income and have returned. Why is everyone unhappy to have silver at $16 with physical availability high? Why no party as GSR approaches 100? I remember the jealousy I used to have for the blokes who bought in at the $15-$16 level.....Does anyone actually believe the fundamentals for a serious silver breakout are less so now than in 2011? Governments are still raising debt ceilings and burrowing to exist. Real estate cycles are starting to look well out of control, global carbon tax's are threatening, etc. There appears to be absolute zero credible political solutions to address the environmental movements that are driving governments. I'm not sure about the political landscape in aussie but here in New Zealand it's appearing more and more like a communist dictatorship every day. The who world seems to have got caught up in craziness from the UN down and the batshit crazy lefties are calling a lot of global shots. To me this is the time to be back, this is the time to throw down some purchases. Just like you know you need guns when they start taking the people's guns....... it's clear to me that you need every ability to express yourself in the face of authoritarianism. My government is literally in the process of confiscating guns from law abiding citizens, they are openly discussing the role of free speech in our society and calling for significant restrictions. For me the ultimate ability to express oneself is the ability to offer shiny trinkets in exchange for my needs and will. I'm here to start putting silver at the forefront of my strategy through this next phase of life. I don't care if it takes 5-10 years to start achieving big prices as I want to accumulate. Who else still believes?