12 thoughts on “SPECIAL SGTbull REPORT: $500 SILVER & Hyperinflation

  1. Chris Duane is awesome! Love his content! Time for another coin show vid Sean! How about a longer one this time! Hint, Hint!

  2. When silver peaks do NOT sell for paper currency. Worthless paper (soon) plus capital gains.By then I believe Commercial Real Estate, timber land and ?? long term assets that hold value or throw off rent or renewable X will be at Depression prices. BORROW (not sell) against your silver to buy such assets. QUALITY office bldgs (ie medical) may sell for 1x rent as over leveraged underwater speculators go under – AND THEY WILL SOON! Timber land as lumber will not be needed – then! What else?

  3. You STILL own your silver or let bank keep the collateral (silver). If costs change the right way return some of what you bought for your silver and you now have office buildings, timber land,other assets AND your silver! THIS is how long-term multi-generational fortunes are made.THIS is how fortunes (ie Kennedy) were made in the last Depression (30's). Kennedy paid zero taxes then moved what he "bought" to trust in Fiji that continues today.Kennedys pay 0 taxes! They BORROW from trust!

  4. @dowhatuwill Science has REALLY worked to develop a cost effective way to retrieve silver. They have completely failed.Problem is silver (unlike gold) is mostly used in VERY tiny amounts (i.e. silver dots behind cell phone keypads too small to see without microscope! Typical cell phone contains $10 of silver. Cost to retrieve when cell phone is out of date-well over $20K (guess) if even possible. 95% of world's silver is now dust in bottom of trash dumps.Mines are almost empty

  5. Having once done in-depth metals research as engineer alternatives are on the way! Good news! Bad news is production is decades away. Laser beams INSIDE computers and parts, organic circuitry (grow electronics), even bionic! (add living tissue RAM to your brain!). Google "graphene". Decades away so we just need to survive with no silver for 30 years. Return to 1950 level technology. New computers with speeds of Atari Pong games! Ugh!

  6. @georgemargaris I was paid by Atomic Energy Commission for five years to do just what you suggest! Alchemy remains an elusive dream. Not enough silver in large enough pieces to retrieve more than 6 mos. of what industry uses now. Silver mines running dry. No one had answer after spending many millions so gvt, bankers and industry took over suppressing price of silver and keeping fact of "will run out soon" unknown to general public.Bottom line as metals engineer: We're screwed!

  7. @georgemargaris Take an old cell phone apart with help of electronics engineer and ask that they point out silver in phone.Much is INSIDE integrated circuits as wires thinner than human hair or dots so small requires magnifying glass to see. Silver is also found integrated in back of keypad.I'd estimate 20% MIGHT be retrievable at cost of four figures or more.No need to argue-take old phone to an engineer or call Motorola and ask them.What other "valuable" commodities are in phones?

  8. @dowhatuwill Yes, I ask for scientific sources or papers and they tell me "I just know it" or "my cousin told me". I spent 40 years doing this, hold patents in this area and wrote many articles still used in PhD level college classes but people who just know silver is silver colored will still argue with me. I answer once then stop. Waste of time.

  9. @georgemargaris As an (retired) electronics engineer I am accused (guilty) of not being emotional except in rare circumstances. Having been paid to do pure research on certain metals (Ag more than any other) in the 60's I know more than most people about scientifically proven properties of metals.You SHOULD be emotional at times (weddings, etc) but emotion and investing is a lethal combination yet quite common. Thus not my opinion.I only write facts proven by multiple sources.

  10. @w0tm BTW – I ONLY take credit for being experienced and well trained in a few dozen subjects.When it comes to everything from cooking to gardening to hammering two boards together I am dummER than the proverbial post or box of rocks and sack of hammers.Being born curious I often know "something about many things-a mile wide but an inch deep" brain except in,as I say,a VERY few subjects.Having minimal but a bit of knowledge about much causes some to believe I am an expert in all. Wrong!.

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