David Zurbuchen

Articles by David Zurbuchen

Gold, silver and commodities moved higher this past Wednesday on the back of confusing data about the current state of the "green shoots recovery". Gold was able to handily regain the $1,000 handle in a clear sign that this level, at least...
“Silver is rarer than gold. Period. There is less silver in the world, above ground than there is gold. That is easy to document. Since I have been harping on this point, no one has been able to refute it.”
“Even...
"Because of the long-term structural deficit in silver, stretching back to World War II, we have consumed inventories for more than 60 years."-Ted Butler, "The Coming Silver Bubble"This essay will seek to prove what Mr. Butler and other...
I read an article last month in the Chicago Tribune entitled "Gold's Back, in all its Flighty Glory", and I've been meaning to pen a short piece on it.Featured on the front page of the "Your Money" section, complete with a pot-o...
This purpose of this article is to examine the veracity of the claim made in the first line of my debut article "Silver: A Rare Opportunity"First, Some Helpful Conversion Factors, all of which I have made use of in my...
As little as one hundred years ago, a silver dime paid a worker for a full days worth of work. At today's fire-sale prices, you can buy those same 90% silver dimes for about 60 cents each. In fact, for under $6000 dollars one can purchase...
Most silver is produced as a byproduct of copper, gold, lead and zinc refining.