Break the Comex: Let’s Remove Banks From Silver Pricing Urges Keith Neumeyer

Stansberry Research, Released on 10/29/21

Silver supplies are dwindling and consumption is expanding for the precious metal, says Keith Neumeyer, First Majestic Silver Corp. President and CEO. He explains why this narrative deserves to be highlighted further for investors, and criticizes the CFTC’s handling earlier this year based on the fluctuation of silver trading.

“The mining sector is such a start and stop industry,” and presents the need for silver to be priced on supply and demand fundamentals, he says to our Daniela Cambone.

With the green revolution occurring, the differentiation between gold and silver is now apparent more than ever, Neumeyer concludes.

Keith Neumeyer is the president and CEO of First Majestic Silver, one of the largest primary silver mining companies in the world. He’s also the founder and chairman of First Mining Finance. Both companies are traded on the Canadian and U.S. stock exchanges.

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