Use the Silver Dip to Convert Paper Silver into Physical Silver

smartknowledgeu's picture

For those of you still holding on to your paper silver and
paper gold for inexplicable reasons, consider this massive dip in silver prices
in Asia that occurred this morning as an opportunity to convert your PAPER
silver into PHYSICAL silver. And if silver keeps dipping this week, though it
has already rebounded by 6% from its low of $42.17 in Asia this morning as I
write this article, then use the extended opportunity to convert even more of your
PAPER silver into PHYSICAL silver. Currently, gold has hardly dipped at all,
down less than 1% from Friday’s close, but if the bankers successfully
orchestrate a further take down in silver prices in New York today and for a few
subsequent days, then the  price of gold futures will likely follow it
down as well.


Want to send the bankers a message and serve up the biggest
nightmare possible to bankers? Use the massive dip that they thought would
scare all silver holders out of their position as an opportunity to finally
extract yourself from the awful possibility that silver and gold paper
derivatives such as the SLV, GLD, and gold and silver futures contracts may
crash in value
in the future, even as the price of physical gold and physical silver rise, as more and more paper gold and paper silver
owners convert their paper into physical.  Convert your PAPER silver and PAPER
gold into PHYSICAL silver and PHYSICAL gold now. In fact, use this dip to
convert any paper, including dollars, Euros, Yen, and pounds, at your disposal
into physical gold and physical silver.


You can have peace of mind knowing that your physical gold
and physical silver will likely continue rising much higher, despite interim
volatile corrections, while paper gold, paper silver, and all paper fiat currencies
have no guarantees against crashing in the future.  Imagine if this banker-orchestrated dip in silver had the
exact opposite effect that the bankers had hoped to achieve and instead triggered
a further run on physical silver and physical gold by granting people a window
to convert their paper precious metals into physical precious metals?


Remember, the University of Texas Investment Management
Company (UTIMCO) converted nearly a billion dollars of their PAPER gold into
last month because the cracks in the paper gold and paper silver
scam were beginning to show. Even if this massive silver dip is short-lived, for those that have not yet done so, the
time to change paper gold and paper silver into physical gold and physical
silver is now.


P.S. Even if you are a PM speculator versus someone that buys PMs to preserve
his or her purchasing power, converting paper to physical still makes
sense. One can always purchase put options on a variety of paper silver
derivatives/stocks as insurance against further downside right now while
strengthening one's long position by converting paper to physical.



About the author: JS Kim is the founder and Chief Investment
Strategist for SmartKnowledgeU, a fiercely independent investment research and
consulting firm dedicated to exposing Wall Street fraud. His Crisis Investment
Opportunities newsletter
, since its launch on June, 2007 until April 28, 2011,
has returned a cumulative 221.73% profit while the S&P 500, the ASX200 and
the FTSE 100 have returned -10.67%, -22.31% and -8.74% over the same investment
period (in a tax deferred account).




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ivars's picture

Here we go again. Silver is crashing to 30, during May: (the chart is so old and bit of in timing,  its already boring, but its still valid):

falak pema's picture

silver will fall as they found 1 million tons of silver in Osama's bunker...this will flood the market and bring to an end the physical supply short these days. 

When you dig in Abbotabad you don't have to go far before you cry...silverrrrrrr...

akak's picture

Only 5 rupees to dig it from the ground!

Silver, infidels!

fasTTcar's picture

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Someone sniped some 10 ouncers at spot + 5% last night.

Fred Hayek's picture

What dip?

The price is almost back to $48

RobotTrader's picture

Silver mining stocks are the absolute worst relative performers in stock market history.

Can't blame everybody for dumping them and buying physical instead.

acrabbe's picture

The best way to turn paper silver into physical silver is via a trading account that makes money based on volatility in silver prices, preferably traded for you by a former professional portfolio manager who knows what the F he's doing. Oh wait, that's me. You start with 10 to 30 grand. Every 5 grand of profits you cash out and buy another bag of the physical stuff. At my current performance averaging 45% a month in compounded returns for the past 3 months and a 991% Annual Return (based on the past 3 months, at the time of this post) Then you'd be able to cash out those paper profits pretty often to reload on another bag of coins/bars.  Keep in mind I only have 3 months of tracked trading dta because I only just realized I could trade my system publicly and allow people to autotrade my signals via the internet. I was a commodity broker @ 48 wall st. and then a hedge fund PM in midtown manhattan. Now I trade my cash independently as I have no need for the burdensome restraints of an organization that doesn't understand the true nature of this currently-in-failure-mode keynesian experiment.

the author has it spot on, convert your paper silver to physical. Of course, I would improve on that by saying convert your paper silver PROFITS into physical. Of course, the only way to do that is actually make paper silver profits. But how do you cram 6 years worth of intense silver and options trading education and experience into a few days and then use that knowledge to autotrade your brokerage account? That's right...

JuicedGamma's picture

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gorillaonyourback's picture

did everyone notice all the jibberish in the mainstream media of how silver is in a bubble?  Marketwatch must have had 5 pieces on the top of front page for 3 or 4 days last week.  well we got a crash but silver powered through lololololol

Temporalist's picture

The MSM cannot say "SILVER" without also saying "BUBBLE."  That Aussie trollop Amada Drury says "Can you say bubble" every time someone says precious metals.

MrBoompi's picture

I ordered more silver bars from APMEX and I stayed at a Holiday Inn Express.

ZeroHedgeFan's picture

Hello guys, I'm new here and have two questions for you experienced investors:

(1) How do you convert silver paper to physical during the Asian session? All US dealers close during Asian session. Do you know a special dealer in the US that opens during Asian session?

(2) I'm holding silver paper in leverage form (1:25). If I convert it to physical, I would have to reduce my position SIGNIFICANTLY unless I could find physical leverage. Is such thing exists?


Please advice

ZeroHedgeFan's picture

Guys, thanks for your advice. So basically I have to be in Asia to buy physicals during Asian session T_T (sad) Convert all profit to options? That's really risky. My purpose is to preserve purchasing power. Yes my leverage is a bit crazy but I can manage it (have done even higher leverage for years) ;-)

Any ideas about platinum? I think eventually it will catch up with gold and silver.

Temporalist's picture

Platinum will be something to avoid because it's been propped up by a false economy.  I still believe in buying the physical but it will not move up like Au and Ag.  Platinum had it's will come again but not in the near term.

ZeroHedgeFan's picture

Thanks for your analysis. Historically the gold to platinum price ration is 1:2. Once the economy improves, platinum should sky rocket! It might be a long wait tho.

gorillaonyourback's picture

simon black had a piece on that and he suggested going to asia

acrabbe's picture

My advice? Make more money trading silver. And while you're doing that, convert your crazy 1:25 leverage ratio to an all options portfolio. You can do both here:

Gargamel's picture

cash out.  go and buy physical.

Mountainview's picture

Take your Silver physical...Silver certificates, ETF's and other paper silver carry the risk of the issuer of the paper...

Remember Lehman certificates, Bear Stearns Funds and more... Go for nuggets...

Ceasar Palachi's picture

Ignorance is bliss.  I choose to stay ignorant of the goings on in the paper markets and instead smell the sweet aroma of physical bliss.  Like a child at Christmas, I can't wait for  the tearing sound of the physical silver price removing itself from the scene of the crime followed by the tearing sound of the seams in the britches of all the silver shorts and The Ben Bernank.

MrBinkeyWhat's picture

Last night I checked my silver holdings in the strong box. None vaporized.


medicalstudent's picture

if still backwardizing how can it possibly fall in any meaningful way?

swanpoint's picture



BTMFDC! "Buy The Mother Fucking Dip Cocksucker!"

Gargamel's picture

Did you see the flash bounce in platinum?    If this doesn't shake your confidence in paper markets I am not sure what will.

Gargamel's picture

Now kitcos chart no longer shows the dip that occurred. was it an error?   

It happened at the same time as the silver drop.  But now is missing from the live chart.

strannick's picture has good live charts

Bansters-in-my- feces's picture

Save a cow...

Eat a Fat Fucking Bankster.

Kina's picture

The US economy is recovered and growing, no longer any reason to keep silver. Growth is going to expand the economy and the US debt will henceforth reduce. Japan's sudden hit by tsuanmi is only a scratch..

Europe is under control, central banks are all lending to each other their needs so all is well and covered.

So there is absolutely no reason why silver should be above $15 unless you have a wearwolf problem in your area.

Wait you mean it isn't fixed? It is getting worse? If BB doesn't print it is game over, if BB prints its game over.....Europe is walking a tightrope over an open cesspit? You mean everything can turn to shit in the blink of eye?

But silver is sooo high now. Yes yes I know equities are zooming up on the money printing, but they are not the bubble, truly.

What silver is only down because of corrupt manipulation by banks and corrupt regulators? You mean silver has been manipulated down artificially for a decade? But the current price is still a bubble?


Its going to take a decade for the US to untangle this mess, and it will be a very painful decade in truth.

penisouraus erecti's picture

"The US economy is recovered and growing,"

Based on what exactly? $5 gallon gasoline, 10% official (20% unofficial) unemployment?


strannick's picture

The US economy is recovered and growing, no longer any reason to keep silver.

-Your cute when you talk crazy

So there is absolutely no reason why silver should be above $15 unless you have a wearwolf problem in your area.

-Its the nation-wide Vampire squids that are the problem.

Sorry for feeding the troll. Back in your cage!!

White.Star.Line's picture

Those that hold paper silver and gold will end up being paid in devalued currency, non-deliverable metals, or possible total loss.

REAL silver looks purty.
It may bring riches someday, or maybe not.
Who cares?
Miners work harder than printers.

strannick's picture

Miners work harder than printers.

Effen Eh! Put some headlamps and slicks on Tim and Benny and send em underground on the tram to 'print' some new currency.

Manthong's picture

Does anybody have anything definite about the ETFS and Sprott ETFs? I tend to go along with the idea that there is something to be concerned about with IShares SLV having the physical. But ETFS is not wrapped up with the Morgue and crew to my knowledge and claims their foreign vault metal is not encumbered (I think). And Sprott trades at a large premium and presents the case that all the physical is in the Canadian mint, that the fund is closed and units only trade between shareholders. Does anyone know what specifically there is to be concerned about for longs in an IRA not ready to be cashed out for physical just yet?

Temporalist's picture

Just fyi JP Morgan is the custodian of SLV and GLD.

Manthong's picture

I knew that. In fact I did a little jumping in and out of both of those and locked in a few $K all the while knowing that I was playing the game.

Of course, phsyical is the way to go as conditions allow.

I would just like to know if and why ETFS and Sprott in particular might offer a enough peace of mind to stay long maybe even into the coming crap storm.  

Mountainview's picture

In 2008 commodity ETF's of ETF securities used AIG as counterparty and had some stressful moments when AIG was close to fail. The government

came finally in as saviour...

Manthong's picture

Any idea how big into AIG? Maybe just enough to cover transitional situations?

Geez, you'd think these guys would figure out that there is a great opportunity to build something truly solid (pun intended) and market the hell out of the building of known stockpiles. 

Even with a collapse of the present artifacts of wealth, a new artifact system will need to be established for convenience. References to "paper" is a misnomer even now. Everything will be digital and backed by metal not paper and politics. I think that Bullionvault and Goldmoney et al get it. But don't ETF's need to prove their legitimacy if they are to continue?   

Dangertime's picture

Things that make you go hmmmmm

2004-(5) - Silver goes from $4.50 to $8.25 in 9 months for an 83% gain.  Silver then crashes almost 30% to $5.50 in six weeks.

2005-(6) - Silver goes from $6.50 to $15 in 9 months for a 130% gain.  Silver then collapses 35% to $9.50 over a brutal eight weeks.

2007-(8) - Silver goes from $11.50 to $21 in 7 months for an 83% gain.  Silver then gets crushed by 25% to $16 over six weeks.

2010-(11) - Silver goes from $18 to $49 in 8 months for a 172% gain.  Silver then crashes x% for a loss of $yy over six weeks.

I wonder how the pattern will complete this time.

penisouraus erecti's picture

And........there are no differences this time? 14+ trillion debt, 3 or 4 wars, monetized debt, $5 gallon in giant QE bubble.....yeah, sounds like the same deal as those other times- better get out of PM's fast!

Crispy's picture

The OP never said SELL. He insinuates a pattern exists that creates an excellent buying oppurtunity.


Damn, most of you fuckers ARE that stupid.

Crispy's picture

 You junk the guy for posting hard numbers that actually occurred, while he speculates a pattern exists?

Whatta bunch of mopes.

 Taking this board down the crapper for junking something doesnt does not fit perfectly in with your own koolaid drinking.


The guy didnt say silver wasnt real money. All he did was post hard stats.


Again...bunch of chumps who never made a dime in the markets im sure.

Huckleberry Finn's picture

Yeah silver had some dips. What are you trying to prove? I didn't graph your data, but I see nothing but an overall increase from 2004-2010. Pretty pathetic when this is the best you can do.

strannick's picture

How the pattern will complete this time? Easy, just watch the USDX as it keeps crashing through the floorboards.


6am USDX 73

8am USDX 72.67

Wonder how the Weimar fiat printing scheme will complete this time.

Robslob's picture


The same way the S&P 500 going from high 600's to high 1300's does...also things that make you go hmmm...