When we last spoke with Andy Schectman of Miles Franklin, he warned of a looming precious metals shortage in the fall, due to the near global mine shutdown caused by Covid-19. “We are at roughly 8 times normal sales at Miles Franklin.” Federal indictments against JP Morgan metal traders in March make Andy believe that it’s changed landscape. Silver went from around $12 to nearly $30. Gold went to $2000. Bottom line is that prices were suppressed. Andy has been accumulating metals from any available source. He’s got a large selection of gold and silver. Jump quickly. Premiums are high. There’s not enough supply. It’s a challenge to get product. US and Canadian mints are only running at 50 percent capacity. The time to buy is now! Write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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