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Read the Friday Afternoon Wrap-Up for 5/17/2013 and the Monday Morning Commentary for 5/20/2013

Steve St. Angelo – a/k/a “SRSRocco”; is BY FAR, the best “nuts and bolts” mining analyst out there.  Utilizing actual research – as I did as a buy- and sell-side equity analyst from 1996-2005 – he puts together the best forensic arguments for PM undervaluation in our world.  And I’m not talking about the vast undervaluation caused by non-stop Cartel SUPPRESSION; but instead, calculations of the marginal cost of production – of gold

BREAK-EVEN GOLD NOW AT $1,300+

…and particularly, silver; whose fraudulent PAPER prices make nearly the ENTIRE silver mining industry unprofitable…

BREAK EVEN COST FOR SILVER RISES TOWARDS $30 AS COEUR, HECLA & SILVER STANDARD SHOW NET INCOME LOSSES

In fact, his fine work inspired several, recent RANTS…

Peak Silver Revisited: Impacts of a Global Depression, Declining Ore Grades & a Falling EROI – Steve St. Angelo

…including…

PEAK SILVER?

…and…

UNENDING ENERGY INDEPENDENCE HYPE

This week, I came across a piece he wrote detailing many of the arguments in “PEAK SILVER?”; demonstrating why silver MUST eventually trade above $100/oz – that is, in pre-HYPERINFLATED dollars…

The Forces that will Push Silver over $100

Ultimately, the Cartel WILL lose the WAR for $50/oz…

ULTIMATE QUADRUPLE TOP BREAKOUT

…resulting in a dramatic plunge in the gold/silver ratio – from its current level around

54”; inevitably, to much higher levels.  In fact, my personal “targets” – based on the “mathematics of gold” formula below and a gold/silver ratio of between 5:1 and 15:1; are $15,000-$20,000/oz and $1,000-$4,000/oz, respectively…

Jim Sinclair revealed Trading Legend Livermore’s Mathematics of Gold

The reason I publish such research is help you realize just how draconian the impact of 15 years of price suppression has been.  Frankly, I don’t care what the ultimate “dollar value” of PMs end up being; as I own ounces in anticipation of the return of the gold standard, whenever that may be; at which point, the “dollar” as we know it will be no more.