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    The next big rush ..world is short of SILVER.............At the top of the previous metals bull market during the 1970s and 80s, silver topped off at $48.70 an ounce. This is equal to an impressive $130 an ounce after we factor in 27 years of inflation. If silver prices move this high again, we'll be looking at an 828.6% gain from current levels.

    For gold to make such a move, the yellow metal will have to increase to $6,628 an ounce. And while anything is possible, the fundamentals that support gold at $6,600 an ounce are just not in place right now. In fact, gold topped off at an inflation-adjusted high of just $2,275 an ounce in 1980, not even halfway to the $6,600 it would have to increase to see a +800% gain from current levels.

 
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