Rich Moving Into Gold & Silver Demand is Predicting a “YUGE” Price Spike

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James Anderson of stops by to discuss the precious metals.

He has an excellent document presentation on when to sell silver based upon a massive study of economic and metals factors. You can find it here:

And a video version of the preso, for the visually minded:

We talk about the gold price ratio, and how undervalued silver is historically to gold.

We discuss the coming central bank digital currencies (CBDC), which I covered on this channel in detail last week. Those currencies will be used to extend the central bank dominance of fiat money, this time in digital form, rather than result in the final dissolution of the central bank currency system.

We discuss the reports that the US mint is raising prices on Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) silver Eagles to $67 per ounce, and how this does not represent good value as a investment.

Our discussion on this and the COMEX physical delivery flows leads us to speculate on whether we are about to see shortages in silver. And further how the rich families are slowly moving into gold, expecting the coming economic crash.

More topics are covered in the video we don’t have the room to list – this is a must see interview with a precious metals expert. We appreciate James coming on the channel and giving us the benefit of his deep knowledge on monetary history and the metals. Please consider for your physical precious metals needs.

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