Why Silver Price will Soar to $250 an Ounce
Apr 25, 2013
All bull markets go through periods of consolidations and corrections. And precious metals are no exception.
There has been plenty about gold’s swan dive, but less talk about silver. And at this point there’s more potential for silver than gold…significantly more.
Because the global silver market is relatively small, silver prices tend to be more volatile; the pounding selloff we witnessed in silver this past month is a testament to that fact. But volatility works both ways, so when silver rises, its price can explode higher.
That’s exactly what happened in April 2011, when silver prices rose by 170% in the space of just 7 months. That’s why silver investors say investing in silver is like buying “gold on steroids.”
And right now, it looks like the silver market is on the cusp of doing the same thing all over again. According to our research, the next stop could be $40 by year’s end, and $60 by the end of 2014. And much higher after that.
Here are five key factors that will drive silver higher – significantly higher – in coming years.
Silver Driver No. 1: Relentless Buying of Physical Silver
Despite the drubbing that silver took in mid-April, there’s one fact that most observers are ignoring: the physical silver market.