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Playing monthly attacks in gold and silver

I put out a Tweet the other day which got over 47,000 views and wanted to put this in a blog to track and analyze. Why? Because I like the idea of trying to make money off of this and... Continue Reading →

The definitive guide for investing in silver

I'm writing this to you new silverbacks on WallStreetSilver and perhaps some of you hedgies out there reading through these posts to see why we are crazy about it. I'm going to structure this into several sections so you can... Continue Reading →

Allocated versus unallocated silver – what does the Perth Mint actually say?

I'm confused. I think many of you are too. The purpose of this is to RESEARCH and try and get the best information for all of us. If this were snopes, I'd write: "The Perth Mint has defaulted on unallocated... Continue Reading →

Why the banks are shorting gold and silver

First off - I have to give all credit for the response here to Austrolib from SA. I do not know him, but have exchanged a few emails with him. I read one of his pieces several weeks ago and... Continue Reading →

The metrics of silver squeeze – how are we doing?

Updated 5/18/2021 0630 EST Update log: DateRevision 3/22/2021 1230 EST Added table for tracking short position that "Stack Shiny" posted on twitter. Seems someone is tracking short positions trying to get reduced already!3/23/2021 0630 ESTAdded COMEX daily delivery to show... Continue Reading →

Is a silver run on the banks happening right now?

The big question is, what would it look like? Preface I wanted to start this piece off with a little about me - I'm not a precious metals expert, but I do write about them, and have for 18 months... Continue Reading →

Silver has been amazingly resilient despite massive pressures recently…

If you look at the price of silver today, you see it at $26.20 or so. If you go back to Jan 21st, you see $26.01. Us "permabulls" who said silver should always go up must be clearly wrong. Anything... Continue Reading →

UPDATE TO: How Eric Sprott, and the Silver Longs, can defeat the silver shorts – an education in 4D chess

Every competitive game of chess requires great patience. First, you develop your pieces. You plan an assault. You execute tactics. Eventually, you see an endgame where you have the distinct advantage, and you know you have won. You just have... Continue Reading →

Silver, the shorts, and tying it all together

I'm going to write this to not only answer some questions, but to pose questions to those much more involved in the sector than I. After writing an article that got some attention a month back, I have been flooded... Continue Reading →

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