by Steve St. Angelo, SRSRocco Report:
While silver investment demand is totally off the radar, certain indicators, including the Gold-Silver ratio, suggest that interest in the poor man’s gold will likely increase significantly over the next few years. The rising interest in silver will also occur as the broader markets continue to meltdown towards more realistic valuations.
In my recent youtube video, Amazing Silver Setup & Stock Market Update, I had a few comments stating the selloff of silver and rise in the stock market suggested that my analysis was incorrect. I find this sort of short-term thinking quite interesting when I noted that the information in the video was presented to occur over the next 1-2 years. Furthermore, in looking at my Youtube analytics of that video, the average watch time was about 10 minutes. The video was 24 minutes long.
Unfortunately, the attention span of individuals today isn’t what it used to be. So, even though the material is presented in detail, many people don’t even take the time to either read or watch it in its entirety. Moreover, when someone replies that the silver price selling off since the video was produced doesn’t understand that markets trade over a LONG PERIOD OF TIME. Anyone who is concerned with the silver or gold price on a daily basis (not including professional traders), needs to realize that TRENDS TAKE TIME.
Also, the naysayers that claim the precious metals analysts have been wrong since 2012 tend to overlook the massive money printing, the enormous increase in debt and the continued disintegration of the global oil industry. If I am not getting my point across, let me provide the following chart that shows just how quickly things can fall apart when investors have been BAMBOOZLED by the Fed and Wall Street:
How did Bear Stearns go from nearly $90 a share down to $2 in a relatively short period? How did the market not realize the big problems at Bear Stearns had taken place years prior to its selloff?? The market was oblivious due to the type of rubbish put out by Wall Street analyst CNBC’s Jim Cramer on March 8th, 2008 stating the following:
Tuesday, March 11, 2008, On Mad Money
Dear Jim: “Should I be worried about Bear Stearns in terms of liquidity and get my money out of there?” – Peter
Jim Cramer: “No! No! No! Bear Stearns is fine. Do not take your money out. Bear Sterns is not in trouble. If anything, they’re more likely to be taken over. Don’t move your money from Bear. That’s just being silly. Don’t be silly.”
Well, by March 14th, 2008 liquidity and financial conditions deteriorated rapidly at Bear Stearns. We also must remember, that Lehman Brothers, an investment bank that had started right after the Civil War, also collapsed and went bankrupt in a very short period of time:
You see, underneath the Wall Street veneer was a heaping pile of garbage being masqueraded as quality companies and stocks. Today, we have the same problem, but orders of magnitude worse. Unfortunately, investors don’t realize that the volatile trading taking place on the Dow Jones Index is WARNING SIGN for much lower prices to come: