SLV share chart from www.yahoo.finance.com (1).
Imagine investing ahead of a spike like the silver spike shown above. A new spike, but in another metal, is looming ahead.
In September 2015, I prepared a special report “Silver Dip 2015” about a silver speculation, leveraged with a British pound loan, that could increase the returns in a safe portfolio by as much as eight times. The tactics described in that report generated 62.48% profit in just nine months.
I have updated this report and added how to use the Silver Dip Strategy with platinum. The “Silver Dip 2017” report shares the latest in a series of long term lessons gained through 40 years of speculating and investing in precious metals. I released the 2015 report, when the gold silver ratio slipped to 80 and the price of silver dropped below $14 an ounce. I knew I needed to share this experience with readers immediately.
In September 2015 I wrote, “The low price of silver offers special value now as silver’s price could begin to rise at any time”.
Here is what happened in the next nine months:
Shares in SLV (a silver ETF) rose from $13.50 to $19.35. There was also a forex profit. The British pound moved almost exactly as it did 30 years ago falling from 1.55 dollars per pound to 1.34 dollars per pound.
Pound dollar chart at finance.yahoo.com (2)
6,451 pounds borrowed 9 months earlier at 1.55 converted to $10,000 to invest in the silver ETF SLV. At 1.34 it only required $8,644 to pay back the loan. This created an extra forex profit.
This position has not run out of steam. The price of SLV is likely to rise more though British pounds are no longer the currency to borrow. The “Silver Dip 2017” report shows why replacing pound leverage with US dollar leverage is better.
There is a Better Metal to Speculate in Now
“Silver Dip 2017” has been written to show how to determine good value in precious metals and ways to use gold, silver, platinum or other precious metals to spice up returns in safe, diversified stock portfolios.
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 early 2017, when the “Silver Dip 2017” report was released, gold did not fit the ideal criteria for speculation. Gold was simply fairly valued. A study in the “Silver Dip 2017” shows that the same amount of gold is needed today to buy a car, go to a movie or rent a home as was required in 1942. The price of gold has risen 33 times since 1942, but since 1942 US median income increased 29 times. House prices rose from 1942 until 2016 47 times. Cars jumped 36 times. This is true of going to a movie, up 33 times or renting an apartment. Apartment rentals are up 34 times. Had you stored a pile of the precious metals away in 1942 to buy a car today, you could do it.
Gold in the $1,200 range in January 2017 is a little low, but about where we would expect it should be. Silver offers better opportunity than gold. When the price of gold is 80 times (or more) higher than the price of silver history suggests that silver is very undervalued to gold and will rise faster than gold. Rarely has the ratio been as high as 80, only three times in 36 years. The gold silver ratio was in the 70s at the beginning of 2017, an indicator that silver prices may rise faster than gold, but this ratio of 70, is not high enough to be called ideal.
Platinum conditions are ideal
Since 2014 the price of platinum has fallen below the price of gold and at the beginning of this year reached a historical low. The distorted gold platinum spread suggests that platinum is a very good value.
The “Silver Dip 2017” explains how to speculate in platinum plus outlines the following:
The “Silver Dip 2017” 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 2017” 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 platinum.
Learn how to get platinum loans for as low as 1.58%. See why to beware of certain brokers and trading platforms, how to choose a good bank or broker and how platinum 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.
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(1) finance.yahoo.com echarts slv
(2) http://finance.yahoo.com echarts gbp-usd