No Time For Fear

March 20, 2020

In our last publication of our weekly silver chartbook we advised the purchase of physical silver. It was timely since shortly thereafter shortages of physical precious metal deliveries were common. Coins and bullion are now being sold as much as 100% above the cash price. However, it isn’t too late just yet. One can still have services store physical silver on ones behalf in their vaults at fair prices. It is imperative this storage to be physical silver that you own. Watch out in your research for safe locations like Switzerland for example. Be aware that we are also in a time of fraudulent behavior booming. You may have been deprived of many rights all the way to house arrest in countries that enforced martial law. You are bombarded with negative news and an uncertain future. But this is No time for fear.

You simply can’t afford decisions being made for you. It isn’t easy to keep one’s head up. It requires discipline like structuring ones day. Limited news exposure and a commitment to counter a scarcity environment with a positive stance. For some it is yoga and meditation, for others family time with fun and games. Choose entertainment that is filled with humor. Take care of your body and relationships. Do whatever it takes to be able to not be deprived of the most important decisions of your life. The course of your imminent and long term future for yourself and your family.Your wealth preservation and creation.

Gold/Silver Ratio Monthly Chart – Unprecedented Opportunity:

The Gold/Silver Ratio chart has never been so useful than right now. It clearly shows how undervalued silver is against gold. With a high of 126.43 the ratio hit our projected resistance. Quick action is often met by a forceful reaction. Meaning the same units of silver right now might buy you more gold in the future.

Silver Daily Chart: As Low Risk As Possible

Silver in US Dollar, daily chart as of March 20th, 2020

We just entered into silver on a very low risk entry supply zone. We immediately took small profits to ensure a zero risk situation. To clarify, we intend to extend this daily entry zone into a longer term time frame position. All our trades are shared in real time in our telegram channel. Silver Weekly Chart: Oversold – No Time For Fear

Silver in US Dollar, weekly chart as of March 20th, 2020

Rarely it is granted to enter into a position in trading with emotional harmony. To take the opposite side of crowd behavior and step up, you need a planned execution. Silver prices can easily go lower, but we exploited a low risk entry zone and we simply took the trade. The weekly chart above shows how recent emotions have driven prices radically lower in a very short time frame. Prices entered a support zone and with a higher chance of a action/reaction principle in play, we dared to take a stab.

No Time For Fear

This isn’t a time of “watch and see”.

We do not want to sell a one stop solution. No matter what your plan is – going all in cash – hedging with  precious metal mining companies – investing in pharmaceutical or food companies – planing on how to restructure your business. Whatever it is, the most important factor is not to be complacent and waiting till emotions pass. We find ourselves in a rare circumstance. This isn’t just one of those typical cyclical wall street crashes.

This is a truly rare and unprecedented circumstance and as such needs a clear headed, unemotional and well planned active participation. Keep in control of manifesting your future the way you see fit. Don’t get derailed and deprived and allow your freedom one more time pruned. We urge you to distance yourself from surrounding emotions and center your thought. See the opportunities. Focus on the obstacles at hand and proactively plan and execute. Should you need help in your decision making process, our free Telegram channel is densely filled with highly educated people in the field of wealth preservation. We discuss daily what actions to take in a market environment like this and gladly answer questions.

By Korbinian Koller| 2020-03-20T08:47:43+00:00 March 20th, 2020|Tags: Gold, Gold neutral, Gold/Silver-Ratio, low risk, Silver, Silver Chartbook, technical analysis, time frame, trading principles|0 Comments

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Outstanding abstract reasoning ability and ability to think creatively and originally has led over the last 25 years to extract new principles and a unique way to view the markets resulting in a multitude of various time frame systems, generating high hit rates and outstanding risk reward ratios. Over 20 years of coaching traders with heart & passion, assessing complex situations, troubleshoot and solve problems principle based has led to experience and a professional history of success. Skilled natural teacher and exceptional developer of talent.Avid learner guided by a plan with ability to suppress ego and empower students to share ideas and best practices and to apply principle-based technical/conceptual knowledge to maximize efficiency. 25+ year execution experience (50.000+ trades executed) Trading multiple personal accounts (long and short-and combinations of the two). Amazing market feel complementing mechanical systems discipline for precise and extreme low risk entries while objectively seeing the whole picture. Ability to notice and separate emotional responses from the decision-making process and to stand outside oneself and one’s concerns about images in order to function in terms of larger objectives. Developed exit strategies that compensate both for maximizing profits and psychological ease to allow for continuous flow throughout the whole trading day. In depth knowledge of money management strategies with the experience of multiple 6 sigma events in various markets (futures, stocks, commodities, currencies, bonds) embedded in extreme low risk statistical probability models with smooth equity curves and extensive risk management as well as extensive disaster risk allow for my natural capacity for risk-taking.

The Fourth Coinage Act of 1873 embraced the gold standard and demonetized silver, known as the “Crime of 73”