Chart Update for Gold and Silver - Craig Hemke (11/06/2019)

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June 11, 2019

With 2019 progressing along the path of our 2010+9 thesis,

and with the next FOMC meeting slated for next week, we thought this week would

be an excellent time to update the charts and begin to look ahead to the back half

of the year.

Again, if you haven't yet read our forecast from January, you

should do so now. The year 2019 is unfolding in a manner that is strikingly

similar to the year 2010. History doesn't repeat, but there sure is a lot of

"rhyming" in these posts:

https://www.sprottmoney.com/Blog/gold-and-silver-2...

https://www.sprottmoney.com/Blog/recalling-2010-cr...

So now here we are already in June and the year is nearly

half over, with gold and silver mostly unchanged since January. A few weeks ago,

though, we reminded you that the precious metals were mostly flat through the

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