Gold $2,359.60   $3.10  Silver $30.77   $-0.05  Platinum $988.70   $1.40  Palladium $931.50   $3.00


Gold: $ 1328.70 Silver: $ 14.87 Platinum: $ 808.00 Palladium: $ 1334.00

Dateline: Del Mar, CA: Wednesday, June 05, 2019

FNB is a precious metals industry leader. Each weekday, we post information and financial facts (and opinions!) that relate directly to the financial markets and also that have direct impact upon the daily lives of investors.

In our last session, FNB examined recent statements by the Malaysian Prime Minister calling for a unified, gold-backed East Asian common currency.

The question does not seem to be, ‘if’ this regional, unified currency can occur, but rather, ‘when’ this will begin to happen.

FNB now looks at the outlook for 2019 silver price appreciation.

Outlook for 2019 Silver Price Appreciation:

Silver prices at the beginning mid-point of 2019 seem to be trading around the $ 14 to $ 17 spot-price range. This trading range seems to be fairly stable.

Almost everyday, someone asks me what the outlook for silver price appreciation for the remainder of 2019 and moving into 2020 is. Here are some factors, some relevant and important pieces that could impact the spot price of silver and cause rapid appreciation.

Silver Price Appreciation Factors:

Consider the following items, any one of which could and would dramatically impact spot price appreciation for silver:

Drop in silver supply: the current price is depressing production. Many silver mines are halting, or seriously reducing the amounts of product that they are producing. These current price levels underscore the need for price appreciation
Rise in investment dollars and investment monies poured into silver mining facilities and properties over the last three years: so much investment money has gone into silver mines of late. These dollars and these investments demand productivity
Fabrication and technology: solar panels and many other tech needs demand silver supply. These needs are only going to increase @ geometric levels in the years to come
Recoverable silver: recovered silver leached from discarded and outdated tech continues to max out each fiscal year
Reduction of output: forecasts for fiscal 2019 global silver production has been seriously curtailed and significantly adjusted downward in the 2nd quarter of 2019
Mining facilities closing: 2019 is seeing multiple silver mines simply cease production. These closings portend scarcity calls as demand continues to increase on the tech side
Personal holdings: smart investors continue to grab and hold larger and larger quantities of silver bullion and coins

Bottom line: silver prices seem poised and positioned for significant increase as 2019 moves along and 2020 arrives.

In our next session, FNB examines and dives deep into the nation of India’s recent acquisition of large tonnage of silver bullion.

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Jon Cavuoto,
Founder and Owner,
First Nation Bullion
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