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Silver has been falling off a cliff for about 135 years at a minimum, having lost something like 70 to 75% of its value in gold.
In comparison, the USD has lost about 97% of its value over the same period, but anyone thinking silver can function 5 a store of value will be sadly mistaken.
Bart, although your comment is a couple Переход 108х4 - 76х3,5 стальной (ст 20) концентрический ГОСТ 17378 years old, and you will likely never see this reply, I will respond for future visitors to this page.
Silver IS a store of value, just like gold.
Only difference is that silver's true value, that is it's value without price suppression which it has dealt with even more than gold through concentrated short positions by 2 US banks as a proxy for the "Federal" Reserve to protect the fiat dollar's perceived value, is much higher than gold.
We will see silver priced higher than gold in the near future, although it will likely eventually come back to it's geologic ratio to gold of 17:1 in terms of price.
Money of all sorts has three functions: to measure value, to transfer value, and to store value.
Our present Federal Reserve Accounting 5 Dollars F.
They are, however, absolutely miserable as a store of value.
Right now, silver is very clumsy as a measure of value.
As always, it is an excellent means by which to transfer value, and for that purpose I actually like it better than gold.
Silver worked way better at that scale and you didn't have to panic if you sneezed.
So, silver is great for transferring value, but for measuring value it's not all that good.
Historical data since 1300 AD show that it's 5 not particularly good at storing value, at least in relationship to gold, farmland, or hammers.
The problem with F.
Gold and silver are each excellent ways to transfer value, but they're generally inadequate as a measure of current value.
As a store of value, gold is vastly better.
Silver is generally adequate for the task at normal human time-scales, but not across centuries.
I hold all three … and own a good chunk of productive farmland as well.
IMO silver will regain its historical 1 to 10 5 to gold.
Hang on its going to be quite a ride.
Next stop silver priced in three digits.
I don't think people get it, at all.
The 5 is not "printing" dollars, the Fed is "lending" dollars — which it will collect back, with interest.
Nick, Don't be so quick to point out others' lack of understanding… The Fed is purchasing US Treasuries from primary dealers as part of its Quantitative Easing program.
When the Fed adds to it's balance sheet i.
So you're correct in saying that the Fed is not "printing" dollars, but only in a litteral sense.
When the Fed buy's US Treasuries, it doesn't print the money and send it to the primary dealers.
It simply makes an accounting entry on its books, and adds some zeros to the primary dealer's digital account at the Fed.
Also, it's worth noting that this new money is base money i.
That money is eventually lent into the economy at which point it CAN be converted to CASH that's громкоговоритель 5 MSH60 T been PRINTED and is subject to the money mutiplier effect due to fractional reserve lending.
In practice, banks are not lending this money, and are instead letting it sit at the Fed, earning interest excess reserves held at the Fed are at unprecidented levels.
So in effect, the process works like this: 1.
Bank buys Treasury from US 2.
Fed buys Treasury from Bank i.
Bank earns commissions from the sale to the Fed PROFIT!
Bank's account at the Fed is credited with the amount of the sale 3.
Fed pays interest on the Bank's deposits at the Fed PROFIT!
Banks earn record profits and 5 out record bonuses for the "geniouses" that came up with a way to earn FREE MONEY at the expense of the oblivious tax payer.
The Fed IS printing dollars.
Ben Bernanke said so himself in a 60 Minutes inteview and then went on to state the exact opposite during a second 60 Minutes interview; i.
HE IS OUTRIGHT LYING!!!
Jon Stewart did a good bit on Ben's lie… just google it.
You should really read this link.
It is a detailed explanation of money creation and how modern banking actually functions.
It was prepared by the Fed Bank of Chicago: … any words about why silver has dropped off and been so volatile in the last 135+ years, when it had been relatively stable in comparison for quite a while before that?
It's getting used up, and the amount now available is quite a bit less than available gold.
Heaven knows where it will go in 2012, but it continues to be obvious that the USD is under assault and the Yuan is the rising star.
Maybe 2 years from now someone will comment on my post.
The price of gold is up, silver is up, real estate prices are stable-ish, oil is still very expensive.
Maybe things aren't over priced, maybe the dollar just lost value.
And as the amount of dollars in circulation is increased every year, I expect the prices of nearly every thing to go up.
Including gold and silver.
I am curious why silver dropped from 2.
Recent comments by Eric Sprott, Ted Butler and others suggest a looming shortage of silver due to price manipulation by bullion banks acting as proxies for the Fed, ECB and other Central Banks.
Price suppression has occurred, as a result, and above-ground physical inventories of silver less than half that of gold.
In addition, there has been a remarkable demand shift.
China was a net exporter of silver until very recently, but is now a very large importer.
No doubt, a significant reason for адрес страницы shift is silver use as an industrial metal, and more specifically, China's large solar panel industry.
However, China also has a very sizeable investment demand, and the new Gold Exchange that will open in Shanghai in June 2012 will further add to this regional trend.
Finally, and perhaps most telling as to silver's future direction, is the investment demand for Canada's Silver Maple Leafs and U.
The entire output of Canada and the U.
This, приведенная ссылка Chinese demand, strongly suggest that silver's value relative to gold will increase significantly in the years ahead.
Silver, as priced in gold, is really, really low.
Near an all-time low in fact.
But so is everything else!
Nearly every chart on here is at or near an all-time low.
One explanation is that all kinds of goods and services are hitting lows, when priced in gold, and doing so simultaneously.
That can't just be coincidence, but is there anything about the global economy that would explain that kind of behavior, simultaneously across so many sectors?
Wouldn't a much simpler explanation be that the charts are all near all-time lows because of the denominator that they all share, namely gold?
And shouldn't we expect that silver and 5 commodities with real intrinsic value as opposed to fiat money with no intrinsic value will revert to the long-term average, as they have done over 5 over again historically?
And shouldn't we expect that silver and other commodities with Donna мл туалетная 100 GianFranco Ferre вода GFF intrinsic value as opposed to fiat money with no intrinsic value will revert to the long-term average, as they have done over and over again historically?
Gold has been bid up by the fear factor and as a result all other commodities look cheap.
All currencies will go crashing down after US dollar collapse, Euro will go down and euro countries with it, then US will start going down and Asia will follow.
He says that the prices of gold and silver are deliberately being brought down and the elite are buying like crazy.
They want to scare the regular people out of buying.
Even though that huge dip is concerning, the very fact that silver is trying to overshoot the mean or at least meet it tells me silver has a place in trade, and is heavily undervalued.
The majority of the loss of value in the past 150 years was a result of the demonitizing of silver.
When a commodity is money people seek to acquire it for use as a medium of exchange and Сабвуфер M&K Sound VX 100 then becomes demand for both its use value and exchange value.
As the commodity becomes a more widely used money the exchange value for it becomes greater because the scope of its use has increased.
When silver was demonitized it lost nearly all of its exchange value.
This explains the crash in price.
Looking at the long view of history, 4000 bc to about 1750 when the modern banks began the money manipulation silver was money and gold was either just a store of value or held for religious reasons.
Gold's artificial high of 15 silver to 1 gold came about around this time.
Before that it was 8:1 in Muslim lands and 12:1 5 Roman lands.
The really high ratio of greater than 60:1 can't hold forever.
I think silver will stick around and be in demand for a while.
To me it перейти на источник like Au, Ag, Pd, Pt, Art, etc.
At some point people may feel a stronger https://booksarchive.ru/100/avtomati-promishlennogo-primeneniya-schneider-electric-3p3t-avt-vikl-ezc250-36ka415v-100-a-ezc250h3.html to hold more private assets and this without counterparty risk.
Is this not the primary investment ultility?
More important than fixed supply.
Check out the amount of cash physically held per person in Плата управления CGG-1 US and see if this might favor one or the other of these.
Look at a picture of a pyramid if still in doubt.
So three things can happen: price stays same, more units required to buy thing for sale, fewer money units required to buy thing for sale.
Either продолжить чтение both numerator or denominator can change in value in relation to other money units or things for sale to accomplish any of these three possibilities.
With over 10,000 established commercial uses for silver and mine production at or near its peak the long term future for this metal is rosy.
Supply v Demand will out.
Ergo with any diminishing resource in big demand its "Price" can only go north.
Its true price is its worth in other assets, especially gold.
Logic would suggest the ratio should improve for Silver because of Industrial demand.
That factor ALONE makes silver a smarter long term investment.
HOWEVER humans are not always logical.
Taking a chance like you on the timing.
Ah, these predictions are fun.
Look, prices go up and down and the Fed has stopped outright printing money for now.
I noticed on 5 "silver in terms of gold" charts that the long view chart on silver shows peaks of 2.
But looking at the ten year chart it shows that those peaks were reached— does the long view chart need updating?
Sincerely, Mark Hi Mark, The difference is that the long term chart shows annual averages, while the 1968 and 2006 charts are daily closes.
So for a few days in 1968 and 1980 the price did spike above 2.
In the last 10 years, the highest price seen on a daily close basis was just under 1.
Thanks for these charts, most interesting.
Does anyone know what caused the peaks in silver price around 1920 and 1970?
I remember the Hunt brothers tried to corner the silver market in the early 80's but the other dates are a little before my time.
Given the magnitude of the price swings compared to the 1980, I imagine something dramatic must have happened then.
Gold was chosen over silver.
I know this is six years after your post Поверхностный насос Maxpump JET (750 I wanted to point out the intersection of the period to the event for anyone interested.
Something has to give!!!!!
Sell the house and buy Silver!!!!!!
You won't be able to buy it at the retail level soon enough.
Hold on to what you have and don't just give it away.
That is exactly what they want and expect you to do.
It has been years and everyone is frustrated but unfortunately that was their plan up til a certain point.
That you to the editor for these charts!
It is entertaining to read a decade+ worth of comments; and I hope the editor will keep this thread going for posterity.
As the last decade has unfolded, it reads as a new chapter in Charles MacKay's 1845 book; 'Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds'.
The Central Banks have behaved much like John Law; it is fun for a while before things got out of hand… It appears things are about to get ссылка на продолжение of hand.
When considering some things about the centuries old episodes of fiat currency, one realizes that the price of Silver today, whether expressed in fiat or Gold; it at multi-generational lows.
Nearly a Billion ounces of paper Silver is 'priced' in fiat nearly every trading day, without the real good backing this trading; and this derivative pricing scheme has now obscured the real price mechanism to such an extent that nobody understands the function of Silver in a monetary sense.
A century of cheap oil and mechanized mining has also eroded, or subsidized, the relative перейти of a Silver ounce.
As these schemes collapse, and now all the easy Silver long since mined out, Silver and its value in the monetary sense will reassert.
Maybe its a decade or two from now; and maybe the Central Planners will force a Digital Currency first… but every scheme that exists today avoids the timeless truth that money cannot be created from nothing, else it is debased into nothingness.
Always has been and always will!
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