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Commented by Nico Popp on December 28th, 2020 | 10:13 CET

Nornickel, Newcrest Mining, Silver Viper, First Majestic: Does silver have catch-up potential?

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When the gold price set records between March and August and reached a new all-time high, silver also performed well. Previously, the two precious metals had diverged widely. The gold-silver ratio, which shows how many ounces of silver can buy an ounce of gold, had risen sharply at the start of the pandemic, indicating that silver was undervalued. In the meantime, this exaggeration has corrected. Silver is still trading in an attractive range with a gold-silver ratio of 80. However, if one looks at the major commodity companies, it is noticeable that silver does not play a significant role and is usually only a by-product of gold.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on December 21st, 2020 | 08:53 CET

First Majestic Silver, Silver Viper Minerals, Endeavour Silver - Investing with foresight

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Compared to the popular crisis currency, gold, silver is somewhat neglected. Silver is in demand from a wide variety of sectors such as electromobility, solar and medical technology. Price increases of the precious metal are, therefore only a question of time. The world's largest silver producer is Mexico, with around 190 million ounces of silver annually. We present three companies that are profiting from Mexico's substantial silver deposits. Who has the greatest potential?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 6th, 2020 | 11:35 CET

MAG Silver, Silver Lake Resources, Silver Viper: Inflation may come!

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Goldman Sachs is bullish for the commodity sector! In a memo to its clients, analysts predict a weaker dollar, rising inflation and additional monetary and fiscal policy incentives as reasons for a possible recovery in commodity prices. For the S&P GSCI, which tracks 24 commodities from all commodity sectors, a return of 30 percent is forecast over 12 months. Industrial metals, such as copper, could gain 5 percent, precious metals 18 percent and energy more than 42 percent. Goldman forecasts an average gold price of USD 2,300 per ounce in 2021, while silver is forecast to average USD 30 per ounce. Hear, hear - such a thing rarely comes from an investment bank!

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