The analysis of two similar economic cycles has revealed some interesting facts about silver and the monetary system.
Both cycles start at major gold/silver ratio bottoms in 1919 and 1979 respectively. Very early in the cycles, there was a major interest rate peak (1920 and 1981). The major interest rate peak signals or confirms that conditions are likely to be favourable to debt-based assets for a long time, and unfavourable to gold and silver.
Towards the middle of the cycle the Dow/gold ratio peaked, and this signaled that the downtrend for real assets (like gold and silver) is soon coming to an end, and a long-term uptrend can be expected in real and nominal terms.
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