Bix Weir: Wildly Positive News for Silver Aficionados

Goldseek Radio, Released on 2/7/24

In Part I with Bix Weir, founder of Road-to-Roota, our caped crusader rejoins the show with wildly positive news for silver aficionados! Stay tuned for PART II with Bix on the topic of Bitcoin!

– Silver demand in solar and electronic industry may be vastly understated.
– China installed more solar power last year than the entire world, combined!
– Is the inelastic supply/demand nature of the silver sector hinting at an imminent short-squeeze?
– Are the industry statistics on silver supply / demand way off base, and if so what are the implications?
– Is the silver market manipulated?
– Are trends in photovoltaics and EV, irreversibly depleting the available stockpile of silver?
– How many banks were investigated for silver rigging?
– Is there a lack of veracity in the silver market?
– Might there be a force majeure that forces an extremely abrupt, upward price adjustment?
– If a banking crisis results in share nationalization, could this also send price sky-high?
– Stay tuned for PART II with Bix on Bitcoin!

Bix Weir has 30 years’ experience in the financial industry with various fortune 500 companies. He is the creator of the “Road to Roota Theory” and his commentary is published at Bix has dedicated his efforts over the last 15 years to exposing the long term manipulation of the gold and silver markets. He has worked closely with the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee helping to pull the curtain away from the Cabal of International Bankers that has taken control of our free market system.

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The brainiac who designs photovoltaic paint, so your vehicle is constantly charging, might change the direction of this failing EV boondoggle.

Holly HowardWolf

I’m with you, BCBob.
A self charging auto exterior paint is too easy and simple. Those green energy carpet baggers would be out of a job and China wouldn’t be able to hold court over the US.

God help us, we need sensibility but that’s in short supply in the leadership of our government institutions.