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Silver Price Projection From Crude Oil and T-Bonds

Commodities / Gold and Silver 2015 Apr 07, 2015 - 03:13 PM GMT

By: DeviantInvestor

Commodities

Crude Oil is the world’s most important commodity as measured by dollar volume and wars fought to control it.

T-bonds are debt in the world’s reserve currency – the US dollar.  The market is huge and important.

What do crude oil and T-bonds say about the silver market?


Examine the log scale graph of monthly crude oil and note the circled lows.

Examine the log scale graph of monthly T-bonds and note the circled highs.

Examine a graph of the ratio of Crude Oil to T-bonds since 1983 and note the circled lows.

There have been 6 significant lows in this ratio in 30 years.  They are important and marked with red circles on the graph.

Lows in Crude/Bonds Ratio             Corresponding Silver Lows

Mar. 1986                                           May 1986

Dec. 1993                                          Feb. 1993

Nov. 1998                                          July 1997

Nov. 2001                                          Nov. 2001

Dec. 2008                                          Oct. 2008

Mar. 2015                                           Nov. 2014

Note the log scale graph of monthly silver since January 2000, the approximate beginning of the commodities bull market, the post 2000 NASDAQ crash era, and the military buildup post 9-11.  I have marked the lows in the Crude Oil to T-bonds ratio with red lines and circles.

The bottoms in the ratio and the major silver market bottoms for the past 15 years coincide almost exactly.  Why?  Aside from central bank management and High-Frequency-Trading concerns, crude represents real commodities and T-bonds represent debt based fiat paper currency.  In simple terms it is a conflict between real commodities and paper debt.  Silver represents real value and a physical commodity so a bottom in the real/paper ratio (crude to T-bonds) is consistent with bottoms in silver.

Expectations For 2015 – 2016:

T-bonds made a 3 sigma move higher in March based on the monthly data through Friday March 27.  The crude to T-bonds ratio hit an 11 year low.  Lows for the last 20 years in that ratio have marked important lows in crude oil and also important lows in silver since 2000. 

Maybe this time will be different, but I doubt it.  Expect crude oil and silver to rally substantially in 2015 – 2016.  

GE Christenson aka Deviant Investor If you would like to be updated on new blog posts, please subscribe to my RSS Feed or e-mail

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