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Your price conclusions - cleburne61 - 04-13-2012 10:12 AM
Hello Brother John, long time fan, first time forum poster.
Just had a question about long term silver price calls.
I've noticed lately that you've seemed to tamp down your long term silver projections. One of my favorite vids of yours was one called "Denarius", where you said that $40 silver was undervalued historically by at least a factor of 60 to 1, and that $2,400 silver was more inclined to normalcy. You've also said that Bix Weir and others are likely right that a 1 to 1(or less) ratio for silver to gold price ratio was likely. But lately, I've noticed you keep talking about eventual silver prices of 'hundreds of dollars', even with your newest vid, talking about a Dow of 30,000 implying a silver price of 'hundreds'. The $150 figure you keep referencing is 2/3 undervalued by John Williams, and I've simply wondered why you've toned down your long term historical valuations for silver.
Just a little puzzled is all. Thanks for your invaluable work, and your time reading this question.