This brings us to the Mother of All Low Tides: the
The other sector has been shunned by mainstream investors to the point where the majority of market participants have invested only roughly 1% as much capital in this sector as the historical average, throughout the entire history of our markets. It is
Now try to wrap your head around the notion that these "two sectors" are the same sector: precious metals. How is it possible that the best-performing asset class over the past 12 years has been (and remains) more under-owned than at any time in the entire history of our markets?
I've already answered this question. Twelve years of mainstream Chicken Littles warning investors continuously that "the sky is about to fall" on gold and/or silver. Twelve years of financial management professionals warning their clients that the best-performing asset class was/is/will always be "too risky."Now, after this (simultaneous) 12-year low-tide/bull market in precious metals the "low tide" has gotten even lower, the Chicken Littles suddenly even more shrill. Nowhere, anywhere in markets, has the tide receded as far as it has with the