Jeff Clark

Articles by Jeff Clark

There is a very specific condition for silver that has been a fairly reliable predictor for the price. Once this condition is met, silver has historically soared over the next two to three years.

Since the mid-1990s, the gold/silver...
A lot of readers liked the inflation-adjusted gold price chart we highlighted last month. It showed how dramatically undervalued it is, as well as how high it could reach when using the 1980 inflation formula.

Many of you asked to see...
It’s the news everyone dreads—a call from the hospital. And it’s about one of the most important people in the world…

Your mother.

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You hear the nurse talking...
I remember my first drug high.

No, it wasn’t from a shady deal made with a seedy character in a bad part of town. I was in the hospital, recovering from surgery, and while I wasn’t in a lot of pain, the nurse suggested something to help...
“If I scare you this morning, and as a result you take action, then I will have accomplished my goal.” That’s what I told the audience at the Sprott Natural Resource Symposium in Vancouver two weeks ago.

But the reality is that I didn’t...
If I asked you why you think I’m bullish on platinum and palladium, you’d probably point to the strikes in South Africa, the world’s largest producer of platinum. Or maybe the geopolitical conflicts with Russia, the largest supplier of...
I wrote to Silver last week, and she answered back. I’d like to share our correspondence with you…Dear Silver,Happy Anniversary. It was on April 25, 2011 that you hit $49.80 per ounce in the New York spot market.Today, three years later,...
Two weeks ago we looked at the difference between gold ETF outflows vs. physical gold purchases, and showed that most sales were coming from the former while aggressive buying was coming from the latter.

This week we examined the same...
Even though the newsletter I write for Casey Research is focused primarily on gold, our metals investments cover all the precious metals, and when warranted, some base-metals plays too. And with the markets in the state they are, I want to...
The Fourth Coinage Act of 1873 embraced the gold standard and demonetized silver, known as the “Crime of 73”