Prepare For The 'Hidden Bullish Wave' Surging Through The Silver Market in 2024 (Week Ending 01.19.2024)

Anthony Anderson

Updated: January 19, 2024

Silver long term

The Gold Trail: A Daily Journey Through the Week's Market

Monday - 1.15.24:  Gold prices saw an increase, driven by heightened safe-haven demand amid Middle Eastern tensions and growing expectations that the Federal Reserve might reduce interest rates by March. As of 10:34 a.m. ET, spot gold had risen by 0.2%, reaching $2,052.10 per ounce. Concurrently, U.S. gold futures also experienced a 0.2% increase, trading at $2,056.40. However, trading volumes were anticipated to be lower due to the observance of Martin Luther King Day.

Tuesday - 1.16.24:  Gold and silver prices are stable amid news of U.S.-British airstrikes in Yemen, with gold at $2051.40 and silver at $23.14. The Wall Street Journal reports that banks are profiting from the Federal Reserve's Bank Term Funding Program (BTFP), initially for emergency lending during the 2023 banking crisis. Now, banks use it to borrow cheaply and earn more on overnight deposits, a strategy influenced by anticipated Federal rate cuts. The significant use of BTFP, set to expire soon, highlights banks' use of monetary policies for profit.

Wednesday - 1.17.24: Gold prices faced a downturn, hitting a near one-week low, primarily influenced by the strengthening U.S. dollar following hawkish comments from a Federal Reserve official. This had a dampening effect on expectations for a rate cut in March. On this day, gold traded at $2,011.05, decreasing by $19.26, and silver was priced at $22.67, down by $0.30

Thursday - 1.18.24: Gold's price slightly increased to $2,014 per ounce, up by 0.19% from yesterday, though it has seen a weekly decline of 0.85%. Silver, conversely, experienced a minimal decrease to $23 per ounce. These price movements are shaped by a blend of factors, including geopolitical concerns, shifts in U.S. monetary policy, and market expectations regarding future Federal Reserve decisions, creating a complex and evolving landscape for both gold and silver​​​​​​​​​​.

Friday- 1.19.24: Gold prices experienced a slight increase following lower-than-expected U.S. unemployment benefit claims. Trading at $2012.07, gold's uptick contrasts with a minor dip in silver prices. The “Gold/Ski Pass Ratio 2024” report by Incrementum AG highlights gold's stability as an investment, particularly against inflation. It reveals that gold has effectively maintained its purchasing power compared to the rising costs of ski tickets in Austria, underscoring gold's role as a hedge against inflation and its ability to preserve or enhance purchasing power over time.

Trump's Stance Against the Creation of a Digital Dollar

Former U.S. President and current Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has declared his opposition to the creation of a central bank digital currency (CBDC) by the Federal Reserve, should he be re-elected. During a campaign speech in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Trump promised to protect Americans from government overreach in financial matters, emphasizing the risks to freedom and privacy associated with a digital dollar. His stance reflects a growing anti-CBDC sentiment among Republicans, aligning with similar views expressed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

2024's Hidden Bullish Wave in the Silver Market

In 2024, the silver market is witnessing two major bullish trends that have largely gone unnoticed. First, there's a growing shortage in physical silver supply, accentuated by increasing industrial demand, which has reached a critical point over the past year. Second, a notable trend in the silver futures market reveals the lowest concentration of net shorts by the top four traders in a decade, suggesting a strong upside potential for silver prices. These factors combined indicate a potentially robust and bullish period for silver in the near future.

Anticipating Silver's Future: AI Insights into Precious Metal Trends

Advanced AI technology offers intriguing insights into the future trajectory of silver prices. Recognizing silver's role as a hedge against inflation and economic volatility, AI analysis, derived from extensive internet data, reveals unexpected predictions about the metal's market direction. This video explores AI's unique perspective on silver's potential value and investment strategies, including recommended holdings, offering readers a comprehensive understanding of silver's place in a fluctuating economic landscape.

Global Central Banks Gear Up for Gold Revaluation and a New Monetary Paradigm

Global central banks, primarily in Eastern Europe and Asia, are significantly increasing their gold holdings, signaling a potential revaluation of gold and a shift in the monetary system. This trend, accelerated by diminishing trust in the US dollar and concerns over bond market losses, suggests a strategic move towards gold as a safer reserve asset. The question arises if the U.S., with the world's largest gold reserve, will join this paradigm shift, especially as it enters an election year, making the future of sovereign debt, national currencies, and gold's role even more pivotal.

Gold Prices Steady Despite Drop in U.S. Jobless Claims

Gold prices remained stable following a report that U.S. weekly jobless claims fell to 187,000, indicating a strong labor market. This steadiness in gold prices, despite the potential implications of a robust job market for inflation and monetary policy, reflects the complex interplay between various economic factors and the precious metals market.

Cryptocurrency Market Experiences Significant Correction as Bitcoin and Altcoins Plunge

The cryptocurrency market is facing a substantial correction, with Bitcoin and other altcoins experiencing a notable decline. This downturn is partly attributed to the fading hype around a potential spot Bitcoin Exchange Traded Fund (ETF), leading traders to secure profits and withdraw from the market until stability returns. The article also discusses broader market dynamics, including the impact of the Federal Reserve's policies and other economic indicators.

Gold Rises Amid Middle East Tensions; Market Dynamics Shift

Gold prices are witnessing an increase, driven by safe-haven demand due to escalating tensions in the Middle East. This rise comes as Pakistan conducts airstrikes inside Iran, exacerbating geopolitical concerns. Meanwhile, the U.S. continues its airstrikes against Iranian-backed forces in Yemen. These developments are influencing various markets, including U.S. stock index futures, the U.S. dollar index, and crude oil prices. Additionally, there's a specific focus on technical aspects of gold and silver futures, highlighting both their near-term advantages and challenges.

Leon Cooperman's Warning: A Looming Financial Crisis Amidst Unchecked Debt and Political Turmoil

Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman predicts a financial crisis in the U.S., citing the nation's escalating debt and a lack of effective government leadership as key factors. He criticizes both political parties for contributing to this predicament. Despite the Federal Reserve's possible interest rate cuts in 2024, Cooperman remains skeptical about the market's prospects. He advises investors to focus on undervalued assets with solid corporate backing, anticipating a stagnant stock market and emphasizing the need for prudent financial decision-making.

Bank of America CEO's Caution on Unseen Effects of Federal Rate Hikes

Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan has expressed concerns that the full effects of the Federal Reserve's 11 rate hikes have not yet materialized in the economy. He emphasized the need for cautious monetary policy to avoid overshooting, noting the increased financial strain on middle-market companies and the dampened mortgage market. Moynihan predicts that the Fed's policies will continue to impact economic decisions and forecasts potential rate cuts in 2024, aiming for a normalization of the rate curve and a stabilized economy. He advocates for unleashing the potential of entrepreneurs, consumers, and businesses as a driving force for economic recovery.

The BRICS Currency Initiative: A Challenge to the US Dollar

Three BRICS countries, Brazil, Russia, and South Africa, are moving forward to introduce a new currency, challenging the dominance of the US dollar in global trade. This initiative represents a significant shift towards a multipolar world, reducing Western influence. The new currency aims to bring together developing nations across Asia, Africa, and South America. The success of this ambitious plan hinges on the political consent of India and China, the remaining BRICS nations yet to approve the initiative.

Next Week’s Key Events

Monday, January 22

  • None scheduled

Tuesday, January 23

  • None scheduled

Wednesday, January 24

Thursday, January 25

Friday, January 26


S&P Flash U.S. Services PMI (Jan. 24): A higher than expected PMI indicates a growing service sector, which can strengthen the U.S. dollar and potentially lead to a decrease in gold and silver prices, as these metals are often seen as hedges against currency devaluation.

S&P Flash U.S. Manufacturing PMI (Jan. 24): Similar to the Services PMI, a strong Manufacturing PMI can bolster the U.S. dollar, potentially negatively impacting gold and silver prices. Conversely, a weak PMI may weaken the dollar and increase the appeal of gold and silver as safe-haven assets.

Q4 GDP (preliminary) (Jan. 25): A higher than expected GDP growth rate typically strengthens the U.S. dollar, which can negatively affect gold and silver prices. However, if GDP growth is slower than expected, it may lead to a weaker dollar and higher gold and silver prices.

Initial Jobless Claims (Jan. 25): Lower jobless claims can signal a strong labor market, possibly strengthening the dollar and negatively impacting gold and silver. Higher jobless claims can indicate economic weakness, potentially boosting gold and silver as safe-haven investments.

Personal Income Expenditures (PCE) (Jan. 26): Increases in personal income and expenditures can indicate a strong economy, potentially strengthening the dollar and pressuring gold and silver prices. Conversely, lower than expected figures could lead to a weaker dollar and increased demand for gold and silver as alternative investments.

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