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And Silver price as it should be presented (if you follow my posts) 
Look at 1933... (!)


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Silver price crash? 
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lol to understand you should look at the previous posts 9/3/16
The silver price goes down when people sell silver futures. The fact is, for the last 5 years in a row sellers have had more conviction than buyers. That maybe ending soon, but living in fantasy land won't make it come true. 
All this "it should be here, it should be there, if only it was measured in magic beans it would be...." 
Loser thinking, pure and simple.  
Lie to other people, but lying to yourself is the true sin. 
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I Love your arguments genius! 
So we've heard about price manipulations in LIBOR, currencies, stocks but they aren't manipulating anything in the precious metals world wich is one of the first canaries in the coal mine of monetary policy. 
Trying to change the value of the thermometer doesn't change the REAL temperature 
If governments are telling you that it's shiny out there and when you look across the window you see that it's raining, who are you gonna believe genius??? 9/4/16
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Btw silver was $14 in oct 1979 for the first time in history (and didn't stopped there but went to $49 before reversing) 
At that time s&p was 110 
In 2016 we were below 14$ with s&p around 2000 (and s&p is calculated without reinvested dividends) 
Same thing if you replace stocks by real estate 
So, genius, wich asset is historically the most cheap and wich one is very likely to outperform in the future? 
I don't have a crystal ball but I know that it's not expensive and there are strong fundamentals so it's likely that the bull market isn't over and IF the market should retest the VALUE that it reached in 1980 in the future, silver is a bargain right now! 9/4/16