Silver stocks have fallen sharply over the past several months, and now stand just shy of their record low in November.
The benchmark S&P 500 is down more than 1% so far this year.
That’s a huge drag on the market, as it’s the lowest it’s been since November 2012.
It’s a big reason why the S&s have fallen this year as well.
On the other hand, gold, once the world’s reserve currency, has gained in value in recent months.
The dollar index is up more than 12% over the last year, and gold is up nearly 25%.
So it’s not just that the stock market has fallen, but that gold is being priced at a discount to silver.
If gold prices stay this low, it could be a recipe for a major bull market.
If it keeps falling, gold could be priced at much higher prices.
Gold prices are falling, but silver prices are rising.
There’s also a potential for the S.&.;P.
500 to fall a little more than 3% by the end of the year.
The Dow is up by more than 300 points over the same period.
If the S &Ps falls more than the S;P, silver prices could fall as well, and the Dow could fall even more.
So while gold has been gaining momentum, silver has been falling, and we have a lot of uncertainty in the market right now.
As a result, there are lots of people looking for bargains, and silver prices have been rising in recent days.