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A Silver Hoard Near Record High has Transitional Silver Abusers Concerned

from Silver Vigilante:

Appearing on November 9, 1998, “India Silver Hoarding Worries Users Group,” penned by Silver Users Association spokesman Walter Frankland, stated:

“Is there a role for the Silver Users Association–in conjunction with groups in other countries–to take action that would focus on India and see if their market can be opened to freer trade? There’s no reason to wait around until volatility hits the market again, in my opinion.”

In the United States and the “west”, doused in mainstream media mustard gas, less than 1% of the retail public buys silver. In other countries, taxes of 50% and more on silver sales has dampened demand. But it cannot forever. The derivatives bull market has created a bull market in physical silver that does not exist and a pop-panic out of paper like the world has never seen will ensue. The war on silver will spin epically out of control, and there is no telling where the price may land.

That, alongside short-and-medium term speculation, is why investors’ holdings are near a record high set last April for silver, despite that hedge funds are the least bullish on silver in nearly four years. In the medium-term, speculators have reduced bets on higher silver prices by 72 percent since the end of February, according to U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission data. Silver products held in exchange-traded funds, however, have increased three straight months and now totals $16.2 billion, according to Bloomberg.

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1 comment to A Silver Hoard Near Record High has Transitional Silver Abusers Concerned

  • Tony

    Silver users association do not like to play fair, soon they wil pay through their noses, of course they will pass the cost increse onto the people.

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