When the Pound is Pounded – Part III


Three Reasons to be Bold on Gold, & Silver- Part III

Over the past three decades one of three profit laden distortions have appeared… occasionally.

Each of these distortions have created outstanding… almost unbelievable profits.

Never… ever… have I seen all three distortions appear at once… until now.   Thus I am rushing a three part report that looks at each distortion and explains how to cash in one them via an investing tactic I named The Silver Dip, over three decades ago.

This first segment of this report looks at the price of gold as the cornerstone of the Silver Dip.  If you missed part one, see it here.

When gold’s price is good value and silver prices are too high or low versus gold, conditions become ideal for a silver speculation.

Part II looked at why silver offers even more potential than gold right nowIf you missed prat II see it here.

In part III of this report we look at the surging  British pound.

In 1986 when I first issued The Silver Dip report it recommended borrowing British pounds at a parity of 1.55 dollars per pound.   Every $10,000 borrowed netted US$15,500 to buy 3,195 ounces of silver at around US$4.85 an ounce.

Silver’s price skyrocketed to over $11 an ounce within a year.  3,195 ounces of silver became worth $35,145.

There was even more profit because the pound crashed to $1.40 dollars per pound.

The loan which had generated $15,500 could be paid off for only $14,000, immediately creating an additional $1,500 profit.

In total, the profit was $36,645 in just a year.

The amazing part is that investors who had a safe portfolio of good value shares did not have to put up one cent of extra cash to make that profit.  Some investors in 1986 borrowed 100,000 pounds and made almost a half million in profit in just a year.

In September 2015, similar conditions fell into place.

I wrote the Silver Dip 2015 because the price of silver had again reached a six year low.

The British pound rate was again $1.55 per pound, exactly the same as in 1986!

From July 15, 2015 to July 15, 2016 the British pound fell from $1.55 per pound to $1.33 per pound.   Huge profits were reaped in silver’s prcie rise  and the pound’s fall.

Now the British pound is surging upwards versus the US dollar again.

Last week’s Wall Street Journal April 19, 2018 article “Pound Hits Post-Brexit High as Dollar Falls” (1) says:

The brighter economic picture may push the Bank of England to raise interest rates again, which could help boost the pound further

The pound hit its highest level against the dollar Tuesday since Britain voted to leave the European Union, buoyed by a weak greenback and belief a Brexit may be less punishing than investors had feared.

The pound hit $1.4377 in early London trading, its strongest since June 24, 2016, one day after the Brexit referendum.

Sterling is also benefiting from a weak dollar, which is falling given fears that a global trade war could hurt the U.S. economy, among other factors.

The pound’s performance has been less impressive against the euro. It is still 11% lower than where it traded just ahead of the EU-membership referendum.

These distortions create a trifecta of profit potential right now.  Gold’s price is a good value.  Silver is priced at an even better value than gold and the pound is reaching a stage where pound loans to invest in silver offers extra profit potential.

I urge you to study the information below.  These distortions do not come often and I have never seen all three coincide as they are now.  Such a treasure house of potential will not last long.

Gary

Turn $250 into $51,888

Spectacular profit potential has developed with short term distortions and trends… in silver and the British pound.

Turn $250 into $51,888… in Four Years or Less… for example.

If someone offers you a deal like this, I would normally say “Run as fast as you can!

Yet in 1986, I spotted two short term distortions (in the price of silver and the strength of the British pound) and this is exactly what I wrote in a report (called the “Silver Dip”) that told how to borrow British pounds to buy silver.

I must admit it.

I was wrong.

Readers who followed the report made nearly that amount ($46,299 to be exact) in only one year!

Then in 2015 I spotted the same distortion again.  Precious metal and currency contrasts that had reaped huge rewards for me and many of my readers 30 years ago were repeating themselves.  I quickly issued a report… the “Silver Dip 2015”.

Now “Silver Dip 2018” reveals that these trends have come into place again!

“Silver Dip 2015” looked at potential profits in silver in 2015, and similar conditions to 1986 fell into place. The price of silver had reached a six year low.  The British pound strength was rising.  The rate was $1.55 per pound, exactly the same as in 1986 and the silver/gold ratio rose over 80.  This ratio means that silver is more likely to rise than gold.

After readers read the report, the price of the silver ETF revealed in the report rose from $13.57 per share to $19.60.

This created a nice profit, but the currency and leverage tactics within the strategy turned the nice profit into a very nice profit.

$10,000 invested in shares at $13.57 purchased 736 shares (rounded down).  At $19.60 the 648 shares were worth $14,425 for a 44.25% rise in 1 year.

If the investment was leveraged, the performance was better.

Take for example, an investment of $10,000 based on that report.  With no leverage, the $10,000 rose to $14,425 for a $4,425 profit or 44.25% gain on the original $10,000 invested.

One times leverage ($10,000 invested and $10,000 loan also invested) created $28,870 or a return of $18,544 after interest and loan payoff of $10,326 or 85.44% gain on the original $10,000 invested.

Two times leverage ($10,000 invested and $20,000 loan also invested) creates $43,316 or $22,664 after interest and loan payoff of $20,752 or 126.64% gain.

Three times leverage ($10,000 invested and $30,000 loan also invested) creates $57,761 or $26,783 profit after interest and loan payoff of $30,978 or 167.83% gain.

Those profits were spectacular by any stretch of the imagination but turned out even better because the profits above excluded the forex profit.

In 2015-2016 , the British pound dropped almost exactly as it did 30 years ago!  From July 15, 2015 to July 15, 2016 the British pound fell from $1.55 per pound to $1.33 per pound.

6,451 pounds borrowed in July 2015 at 1.55 converted to $10,000 to invest in SLV.

At 1.33 it only required $8,575 to pay back the loan.  This created an extra $1,425 forex profit.

Here are the profit figures of the Silver Dip from July 2015 to July 2016. (These calculations are approximate. The exact day a purchase or sale was made would change the profit or costs plus interest rates will have varied from lender to lender.  There would be also trading costs that reduced the profits.  All are minor fluctuations compared to the profits.)

Gain on $10,000 invested.

 No leverage: $4,425 profit, a 44.25% gain.

With leverage $10,000 plus $10,000 loan invested created $9,969 profit, a 99.69% gain. 10,000 plus $20,000 loan invested created $15,514 or 155.14% gain.

10,000 plus $30,000 loan invested created $21,058 or 210.58% gain.

The “Silver Dip 2018” update shows that this ratio is even higher now than it was in 2015 so investing in silver ETFs leveraged with British pound loans may create extraordinary profits this year.

The “Silver Dip 2018”  how to easily make an ideal speculation for almost any amount.   The report shows when and how to get a British pound loan.

Low Interest Loan

Interest on the loan won’t eat up profits.  The “Silver Dip 2018” shows how to borrow British pounds right now for less than 2%.  The report shows another currency that can be borrowed for less than 1%.

Here is some history of the Silver Dip strategy.  “The Silver Dip” report of 1986 was the first specific investment report I ever published.  Silver had crashed in 1986, I mean really crashed, from $48 per ounce to $4.85 an ounce.  After I wrote that 1986 report, silver’s price skyrocketed to over $11 an ounce within a year.  The 1986 Silver Dip described how to turn a $12,000 ($18,600) British pound loan (investors only had to put up $250 and no other collateral) into $42,185.

Circumstances relating to precious metals in 2015 were similar to those of 1986.  In May 1986, the dollar pound rate was 1.55 dollars per pound.  The pound then crashed to 1.40 dollars per pound.  The loan could be paid off for $13,285 immediately creating an extra $5,314 profit or total profit of $47,499 in just a year.

Imagine how my interest was aroused when in 2015, silver was in a similar crashed position and the British pound was again worth $1.55.  Low priced silver (compared to gold) and a 1.55 dollar per pound forex parity created an ideal condition for a speculation in silver.

The Silver Dip is only exercised when conditions are absolutely ideal.  Value investors never push this rule.  Investment and speculative markets are full of rumor, conjecture (a lot of it false) and hidden agendas.  The Silver Dip relies instead on a really simple theory… gold should rise about the same rate as other basic goods and the rise and fall of silver’s price should maintain a parity with gold.

Gold is the cornerstone of the Silver Dip.  When silver prices are too high or low versus gold, then the conditions become ideal for a silver speculation, if gold’s price is stable or too low.

Yet gold is one of the hardest assets to value.  As a gold bug who has been investing in gold since the mid 1970s, I know this is true.  I have seen too many predictions over the decades that have been wrong and I doubt that this will change in our lifetimes.

In the spring of 2018, the ideal conditions returned and I began updating the “Silver Dip 2018” report.

Gold fits the ideal criteria for speculation.  Gold is a good value now.

The “Silver Dip 2018” explains how to speculate in silver ETFs plus outlines the following:

  • How to use the Silver Dip strategy without adding a penny of cash if you already have investments.
  • How to invest as little as a thousand dollars in silver if you do not have a current investment portfolio.
  • Why this is a speculation, not an investment:  who should and should not speculate and how to limit losses and take profits.
  • Three reasons why conditions are excellent for better for a Silver Dip now.
  • Three different ways to invest and speculate in gold, silver or platinum in the US or abroad.
  • How to buy gold and silver or platinum with or without dollar leverage margin accounts.

The “Silver Dip 2018” also contains four matrices that calculate profits and losses so investors can determine cut off positions in advance to protect profits and/or losses.  The report also looks at how to switch time horizons for greater safety.

Rising interest rates make the stock market highly dangerous in the short term. “The Silver Dip 2018” shows how to create a safe, diversified good value stock portfolio and use it to generate much higher returns with a little controlled speculation in silver.

Learn how to beware of certain brokers and trading platforms, how to choose a good bank or broker and how silver profits are taxed.

The report includes a complex comparison of gold and silver with other costs of living from 1942 to today to help determine the real value of gold, silver and platinum.

Finally, learn why and how to use advisers to manage profits from the gold and silver dips.

Current circumstances could cause the price of platinum to rise rapidly at any time.  Do not delay reading this report.

The Silver Dip sold for $79 in 1986.  Due to savings created by online publishing (we have eliminated the cost f paper and postage), we are able to offer this report for $39.95.

Order now by clicking here.  Silver Dip 2018  $39.95

Gary

(1) wsj.com: sterling hits highest against dollar since brexit vote


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