Yesterday was a defining moment for silver. Since June 1st, I’ve been relentlessly publishing letter, acknowledging that precious metals and precious metals stocks have bottomed and that THIS IS THE BREAKOUT!

Don’t confuse being TOO EARLY with being WRONG!

As with any asset class, most people bought in the mania, but I’ve accumulated most of my silver in the early 2000s and, in recent years, at $13.88/ounce.

I’ll put together the most comprehensive overview of the silver breakout on Sunday, 11 AM CST; but for now, know that silver is making a move. There’s a huge short squeeze in the making.

I’m getting emails each and every day with regards to the companies I profiled just over a month ago. They are CLINCHING new all-time highs almost daily, so I want to recap these open positions that I hold in my portfolio:

  1. Seabridge Gold: Up 16.4% since June 14th, when I initiated coverage of it. It is nowhere near its all-time high, which is one of the reasons I remain extremely bullish.
  2. Franco Nevada: Some of you went big on this one and it didn’t let you down!

Shares are up every single day and 11.2% in the past month alone. This stock has been part of my portfolio since day one, its IPO date. There’s no other stock like it. Seriously, since 2008, it is up more than 700% and its risk criteria are the lowest of all mining stocks.

  1. Royal Gold: Franco Nevada and Royal Gold are royalty companies, which are the best of all business models in this industry.

Royal Gold (RGLD) doesn’t remember what a down-day looks like!

Next up, Keith Neumeyer, who I consider to be the best company builder in the silver industry, has made many shareholders wealthy, myself included.

First Majestic Silver (NYSE: AG) began rallying before silver’s spot price did and closed up 8.67% yesterday!

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    As with Seabridge Gold, Keith’s company is still trading about 50% below its 2016 high, so the upside, in historical terms, is built in. There’s a long way to go to the 2016 high. All told, the open position is up 61.3% and silver has just barely gone up – HUGE upside.


    It’s game, set, match.

    The gains will continue to be incredible; we’re starting from such a depressed entry point.

    Mark my words; people will hold their heads in astonishment over what’s coming.

    Best Regards,

    Tom Beck
    Research Partner,

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