Silver Bull Markets Past & Future | Jeffrey Christian (Video)

Silver Bull Markets Past & Future | Jeffrey Christian Video by Silver Doctors

Both silver and gold spot price markets held strong even with a brief derivative selloff Wednesday when the Federal Reserve announced its interest rate cut.

The silver spot price is finishing the week down, about two cupronickel dimes, closing around $16.25 oz.

The gold spot price is closed the week on a strong note near $1,445 oz.

The GSR rose due to gold’s outperformance versus silver this week. It still costs around 89 ounces of derivative silver to equate to one ounce of the gold spot price’s fiat US dollar value.

This past Wednesday before the Federal Reserve cut interest rates, I had the pleasure of speaking with Jeffrey Christian of CPM Group about a whole host of topics.

We cover what in his experience are the critical ingredients for silver bullion bull markets of the past and potential future.

We also go back in time as Jeffrey recollects his experience as a journalist covering the Hunt Brothers in the late 1970s commodity bull markets.

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The Doc’s expertise and passion in finance, economics, and market history was developed over years of intense self-education. With his doctorate in the medical field, The Doc now seeks to help the common man restore his financial health by investing in physical gold and silver. Doc has been long gold and silver since 2001, when he entered gold at $278 and silver at $4.75. Even after seeing silver hit a 10-bagger from his initial investment in early 2011, The Doc remains a stronger silver bull than ever. He is the lead commentator on providing insight on market breaking precious metal news.