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Silver Prices - 100 Year Historical Chart. Interactive chart of historical data for real (inflation-adjusted) silver prices per ounce back to 1915. The series is deflated using the headline Consumer Price Index (CPI) with the most recent month as the base. The current month is updated on an hourly basis with today's latest value.


Silver price forecast and predicitions for 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023. The silver forecast by month. Silver trend and outlook. Silver price forecast for near years. The prices in US Dollars per troy ounce.


In 2019, silver prices averaged $16.2/oz rising from $15.6/oz in the first half of the year to $17.1/oz in December. Experts from the World Bank predict that the price for silver will rise to an average of $17 per troy oz in 2020 and remain stable over the next 10 years. The price for silver futures with delivery on December 2020 was $18.1 as of February.


(An Educated Guess for a Short-Term Price Prediction) Silver Stock Report. My experience and the charts tell me that silver prices are likely to head to $75 to $125/oz. in the next one to two years. That's about a 150% to 230% gain for those who buy silver under $30/oz.


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Silver Forecast: Silver Prices In Five Years? GE Christenson. February 15, 2016. ... Dow Jones Industrial Average, (similar to the collapse of 2008) I created the following graph of “calculated silver” prices for the next several years. This is a valuation model so prices can, for months at a time, drop below the calculated value by perhaps ...


In 2018, bullish sentiment for gold and silver was at a multi-year low. Very few people were interested. That’s usually the time to take a fresh look, technical and fundamental.


A recently published report on commodity markets published by the World Bank indicates that the recent decline in commodity prices for silver is likely to continue over the next 10-20 years.


We have already seen a 10 fold price in silver in the last 10 years and all those those doomsday Sayers who believed higher prices would destroy silver demand are surely scratching their heads. Yes, demand for silver in photography has decreased massively but it has done absolutely NOTHING to stop the rising price.


The price of Silver has been manipulated for past 10 years as JP Morgan took over Bear Stearns huge Silver short position in 2008. It took them 10 year to wind down this huge loss position and ...