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I can't see why they won't eventually put it back to what it used to be or near enough, when they are in profit? Having said that I am happy with 4.4%. The real risk long term is that they wont adapt to greener options very well, or get outcompeted by newer companies & tech that they just don't understand or get into in time. A plane just went over my house, so for the time being I cant see how it can stay that low for much longer as i get the impression the barrels are starting to move from storage? Its still looking very horizontal though. if the stockmarket tanks & there are no lockdowns, then the share price should certainly increase, especially if there are any large wars in the interim. I am new to this but it really feels like a good shitstorm asset to own, especially during inflation.
I don't want my eggs in one basket, so will buy some world covering dividend ETF's soon and cost average unless it crashes again.
Yes, a healthy bull market has its share of corrections and periods of consolidation. The gold and silver markets have had neither and are very unhealthy at the moment, it is a market full of weak hands. The sell of should be significant as a result.
Not yet... not by a long shot. It takes time as much as anything to flush out the weak hands. I expect a multi-week unwinding during which the price of gold and silver will get sold off lower, but also the moving averages will have moved up too, before we find some support with new money ready for a new move higher.
It's been interesting today that despite acting as opposites since July silver and the dollar have been falling together
We shall see what comes of it
I'm hoping for ~$24
Will be disappointing if $27 holds up