This week Franklin Sanders and I will provide a wrap up for silver and gold in 2011 and our outlook for 2012.
We will review the most important events in 2011 and make our price predictions for 2012.
Volatility was the word that defined 2011. Silver started the year at $30.67 rose to a high close of $48.70 at the end of April and then dropped, closing the year down at $28.18.
A review of price corrections over the last decade helps put this last correction in perspective. Gold's 20% price decline from August through the end of the fourth quarter of 2011 compares to a 22% correction in 2006 and and 29% in 2008.
We will start with Money & Markets and Franklin's update on the gold and silver markets. Franklin and I will focus on questions on precious metals.
In Let's Go to the Movies, a comment on Cedar Creek Productions wonderful documentary Buck, about horse whisperer Buck Brannaman.
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