by Andrey Dashkov
That’s how much silver has rallied since it bottomed during the corona crash in March.
If you haven’t been following silver, this may come as a surprise. After all, gold’s been getting most of the attention after it hit new all-time highs, soaring past $2,000 an ounce.
But gold’s sister metal is gaining traction. And I think it has major upside from its current levels…
Silver – More Volatile, More Explosive
You see, silver’s always been the more volatile metal. During a crash, it typically lags gold. But it usually recovers once the dust settles.
Take it from our in-house commodities expert David Forest: