Hi-Ho Silver Away! …Strap in for the Wealth Creating Opportunity of a Lifetime
HOLLYWOOD, Fla., Jan. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – At Smith McKenna, precious metals trading advisors, Steve Smith, CEO, has a skill for accurately forecasting gold, silver, copper and other precious metals commodities trends. Harvard MBAs, Wall Street traders, and economists have sought his advice for decades. “The latest movements in spot prices in copper and silver were totally predictable. We took full advantage, again. Furthermore, 2012 will be a huge wealth creating opportunity, if you know how. It all begins with knowledge,” Steve explains.
“All Data calls for a Boom in CAPITAL INVESTMENTS thru-out the word,” exclaims Smith. Further, “Global consumption will empty all above ground supplies of silver within the next 36 to 48 months.” 2012 will crush the supply of SILVER. Just look at the facts: Total fabrication demand grew by 12.8 % to a 10-year high of 878.8 M oz. in 2010; this surge was led by the industrial demand category. Last year, silver’s use in industrial applications grew by 20.7 % to 487.4 M oz., nearly recovering all the recession-induced losses of 2009, and is now seeing pronounced advances to record demand levels.
The secret, when realized, will take prices to the stratosphere. Smith McKenna is calling for Silver to hit $50 oz. 1st Qtr. 2012, $75 mid 2012, and $150 by year end.
The precious metals sage warns, “Don’t be fooled into buying gold or silver ETFs, Certificates, and Mining Stocks. You must own the physical asset. But, don’t buy anything until you have all the information! You Must First Have Accurate Investing Information and Know How to Use It to be a Successful Gold, Silver and Other Precious Metals Investor.”
Steve Smith so much believes that knowledge is the key to profitable investing, that he is giving away a FREE Book, to the first 100 people that just ask for it. Go to www.smithmckenna.com/free-book/ , and simply fill out the request form.
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