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yahalam
11-18-2010, 01:02 AM
SO, I don't like getting stuck on these wonderful rises, so decided back when the white metal was 12 bucks, that I would always stay in either it or gold, so I have been trading back and forth.

It looks to me like a seasonal low for the gsr is coming on us, right now it is about 51-52 to one, I'm sort of thinking it might get lower, and was hoping for 48 or so, and was wondering if anyone else thinks it may go a little lower before it turns the other way, as well

So, when would you push the "trade" button? :rolleyes:

CounterStrike1776
11-18-2010, 01:09 AM
Just remember you might never come back to silver if you leave now... You think if we get past 45 we wont get past 40? And when we pass 40, do you think we'll ever come back to 50?

the_sirius_one
11-18-2010, 01:11 AM
...and was wondering if anyone else thinks it may go a little lower before it turns the other way, ... So, when would you push the "trade" button?

The Logic of Nature is stronger than the Logic of Man.

Therefore, lets shoot for 16:1, the same as Mother Nature and most of history.

And I'm Sirius

Silvercoin
11-18-2010, 01:12 AM
I'd be trading silver for gold right about...... NOW

the_sirius_one
11-18-2010, 01:19 AM
Solomon!

Aha! Due to the glut of silver in Israel because of the Davidic war booty gathered from all them Philistine villages, etc. silver was a hiss and byword.

Does this sound familiar today?

And I'm Sirius

Jamesbong
11-18-2010, 02:20 AM
I would trade at anything below 50-1. You could always cost average trade at say 50-45-40. Silver is much more volatile than gold, so if the market corrects you'd be much safer with gold.

CounterStrike1776
11-18-2010, 02:31 AM
I would trade at anything below 50-1. You could always cost average trade at say 50-45-40. Silver is much more volatile than gold, so if the market corrects you'd be much safer with gold.

That is true... But, silver is also in the correction phase. 16-1 here we come!

About AG
11-18-2010, 07:01 AM
SO, I don't like getting stuck on these wonderful rises, so decided back when the white metal was 12 bucks, that I would always stay in either it or gold, so I have been trading back and forth.

FYI, if in many countries (including the U.S.), doing that is usually a taxable event. So be sure to keep track of the exchanges, and make sure you have the cash to pay the taxman.

Medina
11-18-2010, 08:16 AM
We will be on 44 in 3 weeks.