Jan Nieuwenhuijs: Silver Institute's supply and demand data is misleading

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By Jan Nieuwenhuijs
Voima Gold, Helsinki
Saturday, September 12, 2020

Every year the Silver Institute publishes silver supply and demand numbers that suggest the market is in a deficit or surplus, although there is no correlation between their “market balance” and the price of silver. Investment decisions based on the Silver Institute’s supply and demand data can turn out badly.

In a previous article we have discussed that gold trades more like a currency than a commodity. An approach of a gold market balance, which produces a surplus or deficit, is therefore not appropriate nor indicative of price direction. Because silver is both a monetary metal and an industrial commodity its supply and demand dynamics require special attention. My conclusion is that silver, just like gold, trades more like a currency than a commodity. ...

... For the remainder of the analysis:

https://www.voimagold.com/insight/warning-misleading-silver-supply-and-d...



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