Will Silver and Gold ever come back? And how do markets work?

Silver is low, granted.  But it could get a lot lower if the stock market crumbles or there is a US recession.  Also gold priced in Canadian dollars is still at about $1400, granted the Canadian dollar is at 1.39 to 1 US dollar so you have lost purchasing power in other currencies.

The lesson to learn about Silver and Gold is that when there is a bull market that market doesnt usually go through a bull stage till a good while later.  Granted it was 2011 when we peaked in Silver and Gold and its been 4 years but it could be another 1, 2 or 4 years.

The NASDAQ bubble took 14 years after 2000 to get to its high (It got to its high in 2014).

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