Expect $30 silver price, then $50 soon after, by 2022 – Steve Penny



Once silver breaches $30, there would be minimal resistance keeping it back from hitting $50, said Steve Penny, publisher of The Silver Chartist report.

Penney told David Lin, anchor for Kitco News, that $50 or even $30 an ounce for silver is unlikely to happen by the end of the year.

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