Silver Prices

Why Silver and Gold Prices Are Falling

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Metals started the week in the red, leading investors to ask why silver and gold prices are falling today. Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani joined FOX Business' "Varney & Co." to answer that question.

He told host Stuart Varney about the big trading move that pushed metals down today. He also explained why he would keep buying gold.

Shah also recommended a stock that pays a 10% dividend yield and says the stock will be "safe" as long as the housing market remains stable.

Hear Shah's recommendation and his thoughts on why silver and gold prices are falling in the following video.

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Good Stocks to Buy Now as this Sector Begins its Lucrative Recovery

Small Plant Seedling Isolated on White Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross earlier this month once again suggested that the shipping industry is ripe for investment, presenting a handful of good stocks to buy now.

Ross knows how to spot a beaten-down sector and turn its brightest opportunities into mega-profits. This "vulture investor" previously invested in troubled sectors like coal, steel, and auto parts and cashed out years later with enormous gains.

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The Greatest Silver Buying Opportunity In History

Make no mistake: The April sell-off in gold created some extensive "collateral damage" in the silver market.

The silver price dropped nearly 20% in just two days... and many Wall Street analysts were quick to downgrade their forecasts for the rest of 2013.

But we believe Wall Street analysts have grossly misinterpreted recent events.

And they have missed some extremely strong fundamentals regarding silver which makes the metal a fantastic investment today.

In fact, not only is this a good time to get your hands on silver... Recent events have made this possibly the greatest silver buying opportunity in history.

Let me explain...

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Investing in Silver: Price Outlook for 2013

Believe it or not, investing in silver right now could double your money.

Think about it: In April 2011, silver prices rose by 170% in just 7 months. Anyone investing in silver during that period pocketed huge gains and spent a lot less than they would on buying gold.

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 for silver prices could be $40 by year's end, and $60 by 2014.

And much higher after that.

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Jim Rogers' Prediction on Gold Prices Was Only Half of the Story

In October, legendary Quantum Fund manager Jim Rogers made a prediction about gold prices that left many gold bugs shaking their head.

Although Rogers admitted he wasn't going to be selling his hard assets, he predicted further consolidation and a near-term correction in the metals markets.

Predicting this short-term downturn, Rogers cautioned that gold had been on the rise for twelve consecutive years, a streak that was unparalleled. That was then.

This week, his prediction rang true as gold and silver prices took another huge hit. In the aftermath, gold prices are now down approximately 30% since reaching an all-time high in August 2011.

According to Rogers gold prices have even further to fall.

Will Silver Prices Keep Falling?

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As gold prices plummeted $200 in two days, silver prices fell about 14%, or $4, to below $24 an ounce.

Our Money Morning resources expert Peter Krauth explained the reasons behind gold's fall, so we went back to him to find out the deal with silver prices. Will silver keep falling? Is it a buy at the lower levels?

Here's what Krauth offered for investors.

Money Morning Staff: Peter, are silver prices falling because gold fell, or are there other factors at play here?

Peter Krauth: There are two factors.The first is that silver follows gold rather closely, and usually amplifies its behavior, both up and down. However, it can and does sometimes detach from gold and behave independently, but this is more of a rarity.

The second is silver's industrial demand.

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