Silver : Negative Interest Rates, QE4, End of Petrodollar

All long-looking indicators point to silver being undervalued vs gold . Top chart shows silver candlesticks vs gold red line as percentage returns since 2006 in the case of these investment trusts. Middle indicator is the Trader's Dynamic Index ( TDI ) which holds a combination of moving average, volatility and momentum trends. Bottom indicator is the infamous Gold:Silver ratio.

Silver is sitting on top of the .382 fib level support shown in the chart, which is where the current cost of production resides around $14.75/oz. Low risk, high reward - this is a perfect setup for those interested in making an inflation play going toward negative rates, QE4 and the end of the petrodollar agreement.

% Returns Analysis: Silver below Gold -> Silver undervalued
Fibonacci Level: Strong support at cost of production near $14.75/oz
TDI: Bullish divergence in formation
Gold/Silver ratio: 83:1 -> Silver undervalued

Note: SLV is not equivalent to owning physical silver . Trade SLV at the risk of fund insolvency and loss of investment - most holdings are suggested to be physical.
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