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How to Pocket a 30-Day 100% Gain on Silver

Mark’s all about asymmetrical returns.

While every trade has its risk-reward profile, you get asymmetrical returns when you turn that profile radically toward “reward.” So today, Mark put together the perfect trade with asymmetrical return potential – the iShares Silver Trust ETF, where he’s seeing some activity that’s uncovered a promising options play….



The Reddit "SLV Squeeze" Won't Work - This Could

After this month's historic short "Super Squeeze," everyone wants to know… Where's the next one?

Well, it's safe to say that something like this will happen again.

In fact, it's already happening.

Those into precious metals may have already heard about it.

But Andrew's going to explain the big problem with the Redditors' latest target…



This Is the Key to Long- and Short-Term Gold and Silver Gains

Precious metals like silver and especially gold have had a stellar year, to put it mildly.

The physical bullion-backed SPDR Gold Trust ETF, probably the easiest way to invest in gold, is up more than 30% this year.

If you bought it at the March bottom, you'd be up even more, nearly 37% or so.

Since the last great gold bull market ended in 2011, this is the most movement (and most profit) gold investors have seen.

It's undeniably exciting.

Thanks to the bull run, gold seems to be everywhere; Wall Street is talking about it again, ads for gold are everywhere on television, and mobile app-based traders are piling in.

In the long term, they're absolutely right: Gold and silver will keep rising, and I'll show you why.

But do not join the crowd. At least not yet. What's unfolding right now will burn many overeager traders before it creates a big buying opportunity.

The real short-term opportunity I'll show you in a minute holds even bigger profit potential, and it won't be long in coming… Full Story

The real short-term opportunity I'll show you in a minute holds even bigger profit potential, and it won't be long in coming...

The Fed

How We Can "Front-Run" the Fed's New QE Policy and Bank Market-Beating Gains

The printing presses have barely cooled from the Federal Reserve's post-crisis $4.5 trillion quantitative easing binge. 2014 seems like a long time ago, but $4.5 trillion is still a lot of money, and that debt is still actively wreaking havoc down in the bedrock of the economy.

Unbelievably, they're firing up the printing presses yet again down in the bowels of the Marriner S. Eccles Federal Reserve Board Building.

This time, they're engaging in a $60 billion monthly bailout of the Treasury market, specifically in the short-duration (six months or less) T-bill space.

That's $60 billion a month, folks. Annualized, this money-printing adds up to another $720 billion in fiat money creation and nosebleed-level deficit financing.

This reeks of pure desperation – panic mode at the Fed. But for savvy investors, there are three unique, easy ways to cash in on the chaos.

Let me show you… Full Story

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The Price of Silver Is at the Start of a Historic Bull Run

The price of silver went straight up since last week. In fact, it just launched into a major breakout, surging to a new yearly high of $16.45 an ounce. And it's only getting started. You see, it's often when an asset is nearly universally despised that it can begin a massive new bull market. A […]



Here's Why the Price of Silver Can't Lose on a Trade War

In the face of escalating trade war rhetoric, almost no asset has escaped selling.

The S&P 500 is down 1.5%, crude oil is down about 4%, gold is nearly flat, and the silver price is down 3.9%.

The price of silver has trended downward in the entire last month, but it's definitely not forever – and there are many reasons for this.

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