April 29, 2012
The key thing to remember about silver is that it charts in parabolic curve. That is, it rises with slight drawbacks until it reaches an apex from which it USUALLY plunges. The longterm investor in silver must watch the curve and decide if elements are in place for silver to drop precipitously.
Silver rose splendidly in 2011, reaching $50 an ounce. It now steadily proceeds around $31 an ounce. This is certainly a big shot compared to a couple of years ago, but the question is, have we seen the highs, or is this a consolidation period from whence the silver will explode to the upside.
This article discusses things to look at before deciding to sell.
Mountains North off Interstate 10 west on the way to Quartzite, Arizona
My latest article covers reasons for thinking the gold market may have topped. Many investors in gold are wondering how high, high is? With the recent draw back in the price of gold, investors are wondering if now is the time to sell. I have enumerated several things to consider before selling gold. If you have been a bull for the last 5 years, it might be time to start reading about what might be the signs of a top in the market.
This article relates strategies used by the author to enhance critical thinking skills in his children.
Examples include the use of rebus’s, puzzles, questioning techniques, story time techniques of repetition, and deductive reasoning. The article explains how using your time with your children in a disciplined way can lead to amazing results in your children’s skills of importance when entering school.
It’s light, it’s entertaining, it’s informative; if you are a new parent and have been thinking about such things, check this out.