Today KWN is putting out a special piece which features two remarkable charts revealing the greatest opportunity in the war in the gold and silver markets.  These are charts that the big banks follow closely, as well as big money and savvy professionals.  David P. out of Europe sent us the two key charts along with his commentary.

Below are the two key charts sent to KWN by David P. out of Europe, along with his brief commentary.

“The chart below shows that gold stocks vs gold trades at the lowest ratio ever — i.e gold stocks priced in real money have never been cheaper.

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The gold stocks have been declining vs gold for 10 years. From top to bottom the mining shares have lost 80 percent vs gold (see chart above)….

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The second chart shows gold stocks vs the S&P 500. Here we can see that since the peak three years ago, gold stocks have lost 86 percent of their value vs stocks in general (see below).

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These two remarkable charts reveal the fact that despite their poor performance, the high quality mining shares now represent one of the greatest investment opportunities in history. As these ratios swing back in favor of the gold and silver mining shares, the outsized gains for investors on the upside will be staggering.”

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