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Gold/Mining/Energy
The Great Gold and Silver Mining Rush of the 21st Century
An SI Board Since August 2020
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Emcee:  Valuepro Type:  Moderated
This board is for the benefit of those who understand that what happened in 2020 is bringing a gold and silver stock boom without precedent. Phase I of this period ended early in 2022 being followed by consolidation.

From mid-March 2020 to nearly the end of July of that year, the price of silver rose 100 percent. The price of gold went up over 30 percent. Setting aside peripheral reasons for these moves, the larger part of that arose from a massive expansion of printing-press money, along with the artificial suppression of interest rates in the US. The spending continues.

Though the Federal Reserve began to reverse the direction of interest rates in Q1 of 2022, inflationary pressures on the US and global economy remain. Moreover, many tipping points suggest that the economy will be more serious impacted by supply chain disruptions than anything having to do with interest rates. If so, this should soon be supportive of precious metals prices and an easing of interest rate increases.

Meanwhile, global economic conditions and military belligerencies worsens.

Please feel free to share news items of related interest and personal thoughts and observations, particularly those related to gold and silver mining in North America and Australia.

Participation here is welcome to all, novices and pros, as the seeking of knowledge should be accompanied by a willingness to share it too. Moreover, we sometimes learn more about our own reasoning when we try to explain it to others.

Traditional rules of civility will apply and off topic social exchanges will be allowed to some degree. Along the same lines, and as politics can not be separated from anything related to economics, please attempt to be as unbiased as possible, and be respectful of opinions that may not align with your own.

Though Silicon Investor handles complaints related to violations of terms of service, I can ban any poster at my discretion, but I can not remove posts. I will, however, make liberal use of my banning privileges should that become necessary to maintain decorum following fair warning.

Thank you for joining us here.

ValuePro (aka VP in AZ)
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1075Gold rush Monday ? [tweet]The Barracuda™-yesterday
1074Exciting [tweet] [tweet]The Barracuda™-yesterday
1073Sunday might be interesting [tweet] [tweet] [tweet]The Barracuda™-yesterday
1072COT report summary: Message 34020371dara1yesterday
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1070I was betting on that seasonal change. Like a wise man said at a conference I aValuepro-last Friday
1069Yeah, that's enough to slow the market, but not quite as bad as here. RatesValuepro-last Friday
1068It does rather look like a breakdown of a cup and handle formation so it must bedara1last Friday
1067Mortgage rates in Canada. I think they were at 3.25% at the beginning of the yedara-last Friday
1066The Bear Trap - Is It Finally Set? by Ted Butler silverseek.com "What hasdara1last Friday
1065After rail strike averted, chance for ‘freight recession’ should still spook invValuepro-last Friday
1064"Oak Bay in Victoria" I've not visited there in a long time, but Valuepro-last Friday
1063I was struck by the following, but only for a moment. We had similar predictionValuepro-last Friday
1062"There is still inventory but prices are high and demand has apparently droValuepro-last Friday
1061The Fed's inflation fight is meeting with resistance. kitco.com What now? Valuepro-last Friday
1060Today's action. zerohedge.comdara-last Thursday
1059The BC government did not halt construction during the pandemic so construction dara-last Thursday
1058Adding to my comments on building materials, base metals should be countded in tValuepro-last Thursday
1057Quite the conundrum [graphic]The Barracuda™1last Thursday
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1055Dara, would you say that the "cup and handle" cited by others in recenValuepro-last Thursday
1054What BofE did may be the start of a trend among some other central banks.Valuepro-last Thursday
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1052I've seen abandoned construction projects on two occasions when the economy dara-last Wednesday
1051POG - a five year overview [graphic]dara-last Wednesday
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