I’ve got to be honest with you: I took a look at my calendar and could hardly believe that we’re already more than half-way through January!
The fact is, since I began telling you about this free chart series for you — called the “My Gift to You” series — way back in December, the time has simply flown by.
But as I’m sure you can guess, as much as I loved the holidays and spending time with family and friends in Thailand, I couldn’t tear myself away from the markets.
In fact, I probably spent a bit too much time drilling down into the assets I cover … and frankly love to watch. That includes metals, miners, commodities, stocks. You name it.
And from my point of view, 2017 is going to be loaded with opportunities like I’ve honestly never seen before.
Big opportunities. But also, big risks.
That’s why my members know, not only what investments to make … But when and how to make them.
And in the end, that can be even more important.
And don’t forget: This four-part gift series is coming to you free of charge. I don’t want anything for it. Not one red cent.
It’s just my way of showing my gratitude for you.
If you didn’t get a chance, take a look at the first two installments in the series: We began with my outlook for the dollar in the first week in January. And that was followed last week by my take on my favorite metal of all, gold.
Each chart gives you my AI (Artificial Intelligence) forecast, where I think the investment is headed, and what you can do about it. Plus, I give you some helpful commentary.
So, let’s get to it. This week’s chart focuses on one of my favorite metals: Silver.
As this AI chart of silver shows, silver has been in a wild-and-woolly range. But it’s tracking the chart nicely. And while it’s underperformed gold, I don’t think that’s going to last for long.
In fact, I see a silver rally powering into early May.
In fact, over the longer term, silver may surprise even me and give gold a run for its money. And that’s especially true as new demand from technology sparks a second look at the metal.
As you know, I favor gold. It’s more stable. But it’s always a good idea to keep your eye on silver.
Stay tuned for my fourth chart coming next Friday.
Best wishes, as always …