Market Curiosity: Exploring Markets And Systems

March 5, 2011

Are linguistics suggesting silver just passed the tipping point?? 4 silver dimes=$10.25

Filed under: Just Watching — Tags: , — Jeff Fitzmyers @ 2:45 pm

If true, silver will continue to rise relentlessly.

Traders are starting to add linguistics like “recognition”, “recognize”, and “realize” in explaining recent silver price action.

Tipping point:
+ The moment of critical mass, the threshold, the boiling point.
+ Tipping point (sociology):“…the event of a previously rare phenomenon becoming rapidly and dramatically more common. The phrase was coined in its sociological use by Morton Grodzins, by analogy with the fact in physics that adding a small amount of weight to a balanced object can cause it to suddenly and completely topple.”

Xiphos Trading wrote a day ago: “Once one side is overrun (bulls or bears).. The strong side can spend a lot less energy/money to take the price considerably higher or lower.”

It seems “enough” traders get it. If so, is the next phase when “enough” people get it and bid up silver stocks??

If there really has been a tipping point, demand is now in control and the price suppressors have much less power than they used to. People, including the suppressors, will recognize this.

A 90% silver dime has currently equals 2.57 federal reserve notes (not federal, nor reserve, just debt)

References
+ Valuing things in terms of mass
+ How high can silver go before a stout pullback? Backwardation and price patterns

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