A lot of gold investors have been scratching their heads over the inability of the precious metal to gain traction during a period of time when many underlying fundamentals should have supported the price of the yellow metal.
I don't think that's going to be the case for too long, as the underlying cracks in the global economy are starting to reveal themselves, as Asia is getting economically crushed, led by weakness in China, as well as Japan.
The U.S. has enjoyed a prolonged period of smoke and mirrors with its economy, which in light of the global slowdown, will soon be exposed as well.
This is preparing for a resurgence in the price of silver and gold, and those positioned to take advantage of that, could have one of the most explosive period of growth in this sector they've ever had.
As the stock market showed today, investors are very fearful of the bull market, which anything negative sends them scurrying to the sidelines, as bargain hunters scoop up their shares.
We're only just beginning to see this major correction and early stages of the next recession, and the combination of the deflating of the bull market and economic weakness ensures gold and silver are going to enjoy a long and profitable upswing.
I'm already in with my investments. It's now time to look seriously at allocating capital to the two precious metals before prices really take off.