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Contributed story Silver's recent drop left some to question if the 2016 bull market was already over, but analysis indicates the correction is within a much larger bullish trend, setting silver up for the next major rally phase read »October 2016
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Contributed story Yellen's comments last week raised market assumptions of an interest rate rise as early as the next FED meeting in September but whether or not rates rise, gold and silver are set to rise amid global economic and political uncertainty read »August 2016
Contributed story Had to believe its 6 weeks since Brexit, All the uncertainty in markets drove investors into safe haven investments. With most attention going to gold and silver, many are missing out on the rallies in the less shiny precious metals. read »August 2016
Contributed story Confidence is slippery. Metals surged higher after brexit as people rushed to safety but as the dust settles, investors face the wall of worry. Is the Bull run over? Or are there signs that the rally is just getting started? read »July 2016
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