Saturday, November 25, 2006

Welcome to The Silver Analyst

Welcome to the Silver Analyst blog!

From time to time this blog will publish comment on silver as well as items of news related to the subscription based newsletter "The Silver Analyst".

An issue of your choice of The Silver Analyst is free and can be obtained by sending an email to silveranalysis@yahoo.co.uk with "FREE" in the subject line and stating the issue number. The list of issues you can claim a free copy of are shown below, so claim yours free of charge today!

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Issue 1 (Jan 2007): General introduction to the silver bull market and a look at Orko Silver and Endeavour Silver leveraging silver.

Issue 2 (Feb 2007): The SLI indicator and another look at Orko Silver.

Issue 3 (Mar 2007): Projecting the next silver blow off price based on the 2004 and 2006 blow offs plus a look at ECU Mining.

Issue 4 (Apr 2007): Silver Mining Stocks Part 1. A look at which silver stocks have consistently performed over the entire bull market to date. Also we look at Silvercorp, MAG and Sabina Silver.

Issue 5 (May 2007): Silver Mining Stocks Part 2. We also look at Hecla Mining.

Issue 6 (Jun 2007): Silver and Recession. How well has silver held up during economic contraction and how does that bode for current recession fears?
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Issue 7 (Jul 2007): Silver and the coming Energy Crisis Part 1. How well will silver fare during an energy crunch as typified by Peak Oil or just plain Indo-Chinese demand? We look to the 1970s for clues. Also we check out the situation with PAAS, SSRI and SLW.

Issue 8 (Aug 2007): Silver and the coming Energy Crisis Part 2. Also a check on silver in Euros and the current RMAR status.

Issue 9 (Sep 2007): The Art of Silver Bullion Investing. Using silver coins and bars to profit in silver. How to sell them and using eBay to achieve this rather than dealers. We also check how the spread on 90% bags varied across the last year or so. Also we have a section for British silver bullion investors.

Issue 10 (Oct 2007): We check out our top 60 silver stocks and see how they have performed since the major bottom of August 2006. We rank them not only by percentage gain but by how much they have leveraged silver in that time period. We also check out how our top stocks from issues 4 and 5 have done.

Issue 11 (Nov 2007): The Great Silver Spike of 2008. We look at the spikes of 2004 and 2006 and see how the RMAR, SLI and 50 day moving averages can help time an exit point for 2008. We also report on the UK Silver Summit held in November and what some of the exhibitors were saying.

Issue 12 (Dec 2007): Using Options to profit in Silver. We look at the use of exchange traded options to maximise profits in silver – not only on the upside but on the other side of any silver spike! We use historical options data to see what profits could have been made during the 2004 and 2006 price spikes.

Issue 13 (Jan 2008): We revisit issue 10 and update on how our silver mining stocks have re-ranked since then and also add another 8 stocks for good measure. We also give an update on Silver Wheaton.

Issue 14 (Feb 2008): The main article is our new silver buy indicator – the SBI which is aimed at signalling medium to long term buys in silver with near 100% accuracy based on backtesting of 40 years of silver data. Plus the usual silver stocks ranking table and the SASC and SACP index analysis.
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Issue 15 (Mar 2008): The main article is the venerable Gold Silver Ratio, how it has varied over 100 years, the patterns and predictive power of it. Plus the usual silver stocks ranking table and the SASC and SACP index analysis.

Issue 16 (Apr 2008): The main article is the current silver correction. Five techniques are applied to come to an understanding of how this correction may bottom. Plus the usual silver stocks ranking table and the SASC and SACP index analysis.

Issue 17 (May 2008): Do silver prices move in cycles? We look at several cycles including the well known Kondratyev Cycle. Plus the usual silver stocks ranking table and the SASC and SACP index analysis.

Issue 18 (Jun 2008): It is a common mantra that the geological reserves of silver only have another thirteen lifetime left. We go straight to the USGS sources and get the answers. Plus the usual silver stocks ranking table and the SASC and SACP index analysis.

Issue 19 (Jul 2008): This is the first part of a study on the probability and mechanics of a silver confiscation. This part looks at the history of silver confiscation and the prior scenarios for one. Plus the usual silver stocks ranking table and the SASC and SACP index analysis.

Issue 20 (Aug 2008): The second part of a study on the probability and mechanics of a silver confiscation. This part looks at the new paradigm of resource depletion as per a confiscation and we also look at how a future confiscation may pan out. Plus the usual silver stocks ranking table and the SASC and SACP index analysis.

Issue 21 (Sep 2008): A look at the long term picture for silver going out 30 years based on various tools used at The Silver Analyst. Plus the usual silver stocks ranking table and the SASC and SACP index analysis.

Issue 22 (Oct 2008): The first part of a study looking at the prospects for the next great silver melt. We concentrate on how this will affect semi-numismatical coins and the impact on 90% silver bags. Plus the usual silver stocks ranking table and the SASC and SACP index analysis.

Issue 23 (Nov 2008): We take a closer look at the scenarios for a silver rally and where it may take us. Plus a new silver stocks ranking table and the SASC and SACP index analysis.


4 Comments:

Blogger EL300 said...

I just read your article posted on Kitco, "The Coming Flight to Gold". I discern that you are a Christian or at least a student of the Bible. I am pleased. Someone who feeds on the word of God is more likely to have wisdom and good judgment then someone who arrogantly relies solely on his intellect.

8:37 PM  
Blogger thegizmo said...

George W believed in God but he isn't exactly wise or a good judge is he?

8:23 AM  
Blogger whoMe? said...

George W believes in all gods; he has said so, publicly. He is no more Christian, then say...Obama.

7:55 PM  
Blogger rocky said...

what does being a christian have to do with anything ? Besides you dont have the " word of G-D" we do, anyway, silver rocks...

2:09 PM  

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