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Ted Butler: Signs that the price of silver doesn't reflect the market
By Ted Butler
Friday, December 3, 2021
Sign, sign, everywhere a sign
Blockin' out the scenery, breakin' my mind.
Do this, don't do that -- can't you read the sign?
That was from a teenage song of rebellion some 50 years ago, by The Five Man Electric Band (from Canada), protesting the "no shirt, no shoes, no service" notices appearing in many fast-food joints back in the day. Yes, it was a simpler time.
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I'd like to talk about different signs today, specifically the signs I see proclaiming that something highly unusual is occurring in the silver market.
The most visible sign of all, the price of silver, seems wildly out of synch with other signs to the point that either the price or the other signs must be wrong. The price sign is saying, loud and clear, that there is plenty of silver available to the market -- otherwise the price wouldn't have been consistently lower all year long.
On the other hand, there are many more signs suggesting just the opposite -- namely, that there isn't enough silver to go around and that we may be on the verge of an actual physical shortage in the one form of silver -- thousand-ounce bars -- that matters most to price.
What are these other signs? ...
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