THE SILVER CHART REPORT: The Coming Explosive Silver Price & Market

As the price of silver skyrockets during the next global financial collapse, the Silver Market will become one of the world’s most explosive markets in the future.  The Silver Chart Report is a must-read for the new and experienced precious metals investor.

SIlver Chart Cover Graphic 3D shadowMost analysts focus on a certain area or sector of the silver market. However, the information in this report illuminates a holistic view of many sectors of the silver industry, capturing the relationships that connect many parts of the market.

One of the important aspects of my work is to look at many industries and markets from a bird’s-eye view.  From this perspective, we can see how industries and markets impact each other to a much larger degree than by just focusing on individual sectors.

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I use this bird’s-eye approach when I create my easy to understand charts.  The Silver Chart Report is a collection of my top silver charts from articles published over the past six years, and includes in-depth, never-before-seen charts and content that indicate that silver is on the rise. There are 48 charts in the report, broken down in five sections:

  • Silver Production
  • Mining & Falling Ore Grades
  • Official Silver Coin Sales
  • Silver Price
  • The Silver Market

The Global Financial System is now on the brink of another epic collapse.  However, it will be much worse than what took place in 2008 when Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers and AIG nearly took down the entire global banking system.  It looks like Greece will finally default to the IMF which will cause shock-waves throughout the financial world.

Massive Silver Eagle Purchases Over The Weekend Due to Greek & European Financial Turmoil

This will put another nail in the highly leveraged fiat monetary system.  Investors sensing a great deal of turmoil in the financial markets, sales of Gold and Silver Eagles surged in June, especially over the weekend.   Gold Eagle sales shot up to 69,000 oz on Monday compared to 61,500 oz on Friday, while Silver Eagle sales increased a staggering 1.2 million oz from 3,690,000 to 4,840,000 over the weekend.

Increased investment demand has put severe stress on the Silver Supply Market.  In The Silver Chart Report, I provide the following chart showing the annual silver net deficits over the past decade:

Global Annual Silver Market Net Balance

The global silver market suffered annual deficits nine out of 10 years reaching a staggering 930 million ounces over the past decade. To fill this large deficit, silver was supplemented by government and private stocks. The report shows how government silver sales have plummeted since 2005 and why China refuses to sell anymore of its official silver stocks.

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There are three reasons to purchase The Silver Chart Report:

1) It provides individuals who are new to the Silver Market with an overall background of the silver industry and market through simplified charts.

2) It offers more experienced silver investors and long-time readers of the SRSrocco Report a single publication that includes my top silver charts over the past six years AND many new ones never seen before.

3) The Silver Chart Report provides information and data on many areas of the Silver Market and industry not found in any other single publication in the precious metal trade industry today.

SIlver Chart Cover Graphic 3D shadowIf you want to become better acquainted with the overall silver market, this report provides information and data not found in any other single publication in the industry.

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21 Comments on "THE SILVER CHART REPORT: The Coming Explosive Silver Price & Market"

  1. Got it. Maybe I was the first? 🙂 Or at least one of the first.

    Would have paid you 25$ (or more) just for the content you put out for free so far. This is highly valuable info that cannot be found anywhere else.

    I’ll read and digest it and then give you feedback on it.

    • Btw Steve, are you perhaps looking for a German translation of the report? I’m from Austria, German is my native tongue, and currently have a lot of free time. So I’d be able and willing to do it.

      • Markus,

        Thanks for the support and that might be a good idea to translate it in different languages. I am going to first focus on getting it out to many different venues. Let me get back with you and again… thanks for the support.

        steve

  2. SilverSurfer | June 30, 2015 at 11:08 am |

    Or a Dutch translation of the report?

  3. Steve – tried to order book and dodid not work – do you have a 800 # to order by phone

    Thx

    • Describe the problem and I will try to help you. The Paypal checkout process is prone to errors / complications, but with a few tweaks you can usually complete it successfully.

  4. Brontemilan | June 30, 2015 at 3:28 pm |

    Steve
    If you like I could add some lies so Jamie Diamond can understand it.

  5. Steve,

    There seems to be a problem with the pricing. Surely that should be 25 silver dollars?

  6. Steve,

    I had problems getting the report. This system doesn’t seem to allow you to cut and paste the password generated by the PayPal system.. Worked when I typed it in by hand.

    Can’t hardly wait to read it.

    Thanks,

    SteveW

    • You probably accidentally copied a space in the beginning or end of the password.

      • Yep Brendan. If you don’t take extra care, it’s pretty much bound to happen 😉

  7. Steve, I bought your report late last night. I finished reading it the first time by noon today. You may be certain that I will continue to study it much further. In addition I will be looking for more of your research to come. Your work continues to be a great contribution to my ongoing research.

    I do however disagree with your “Peak Oil” theory. Markets ultimately work. As prices move higher new supplies and technologies are always brought to the Market, as the entire Fracking revolution has just so recently demonstrated in Shale oil. Thanks!

    • I don’t believe even the fracking industry denies Peak Oil.

      At least Peak affordable Oil is long here – our system just masks it very well. The fracking industry is suffering heavy, heavy losses at the moment, but they are still being financed.
      It’s an insane scenario – the investors know they are never going to get their money back, yet they still lend it to those firms. Remember the term “Zombie Bank”? Well, we now have Zombie Frackers – they’re not alive, yet (for a couple of unholy reasons ;)) not quite dead yet.

      The fracking industry is bankrupt and shouldn’t exist. And without it, we have already reached Peak Oil.

  8. Finished reading. Well, as I expected, lots of good info. Especially the historical data.

    On demand: you mention that industrial demand has actually been falling slightly for the last decade. I think what deserves a mention here is that the main factor in that is falling photography demand. It has, or has almost, hit bottom. Industrial demand in all other sectors is rising. So, from now on, industrial demand will continue to rise alongside investment demand.

  9. “So, from now on, industrial demand will continue to rise alongside investment demand.”

    Well maybe; depends on the amount of industrial production. The Baltic Dry and Shanghai Containerized Freight Index partly reflect more shipping capacity from ships financed to be built right before, during, or since the circa 2008 financial mess. Extra shipping capacity drives down price, but for these number to be down so much, it also reflects less shipping demand. There will be shipping activity if there is global demand.

    Regardless it is investor demand that is key.

    • https://www.silverinstitute.org/site/supply-demand/

      Sub-sectors of industrial demand are listed there. Photography demand was 160 moz in 2005, 45 moz today. Every other part of industrial demand has been growing.

      I am aware that shipping/freighting indexes have been falling, which suggests lower industrial activity. Industrial silver demand, as you can see, is however growing. Barring another full on financial crisis (which of course is a high probability, sooner or later), industrial demand will keep growing.

  10. Steve- I have enjoyed your work for the past several years and I am happy to finally support you by purchasing your book. Thank you for all your efforts to enlighten us over the years.

    • Robin,

      Thanks for the comment and I appreciate you purchasing the report. I do believe there is a lot of valuable information in those charts even for the experienced precious metal investor. Even though investing in the precious metals has been a struggle over the past 4 years, I’d rather be a bit early, than a day late.

      steve

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