Yes (as with anything), investors must address the fact that prices could still go lower first. This is why investors (unlike gamblers) do not use margin/leverage in their financial management. However, if prices do go even lower in the short term; supply and demand tells us this means even higher prices in the not-too-distant future.
Buy low and sell high. Ironically, the serial-manipulation of the silver market actually makes this philosophy especially easy to practice for investors. When we see (via prices) that silver is obviously "on sale," and we see (via bankster behavior) that these are obviously artificial prices, investors then have their cue to buy.
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