The Trade of the Year is Already Here!
When the inevitable becomes imminent, we stand a chance to see one of the biggest gains of my entire investing career.
Right now, I’m seeing one of the best trades.
I’ve never been more excited to share a money-making opportunity with our subscribers; I’m going to give you the name and symbol of the stock today.
It’s listed on the NYSE, so everyone can own it.
Before I get into any details, I need to first point out a few very important trends that I believe give us extremely limited downside but extraordinary upside potential.
What would an investment with no counterparty risk and nearly perfect protection against dollar inflation look like? How about one with massive growth potential spurred by a gross imbalance between supply and demand along with a “heads and we win; tails and we win more” upside reward scenario in 2023?
As long as governments try to print their way to prosperity – and they always will because it’s easy for them to spend other people’s money – anti-inflationary assets are a must-own for investors of all stripes.
That’s the crux of the best trade of the year by far. Ask yourself what’s in short supply, heavy demand, and actually benefits from the policy errors of central banks and career politicians.
Stocks can benefit, but not all sectors will grow, and some S&P 500 businesses are in legacy sectors that won’t grow in the coming months and years. Take vehicle electrification, solar energy, or 5G network connectivity as examples. Companies that aren’t benefiting from these growth trends are bound to fall behind.
If you’re like us and believe that rampant money printing will continue well into the future, then all signs lead to the long-commodities trade. Gold will certainly continue to serve its purpose as a shield against dollar devaluation, but so will silver – and silver has industrial uses that make it indispensable in the 2020s
Silver is the ultimate industrial metal because it has so many uses that modern society can’t and won’t live without. Silver is an excellent electrical and thermal conductor as well as a powerful antibacterial agent. You’ll find silver in today’s mobile and electronic devices, jewelry, silverware, appliances, and even some medical/health applications.
The buildout of 5G networks will ensure that silver will be in heavy demand for years to come. It’s used in 5G components such as semiconductor chips, cabling, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), and Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled devices.
The Silver Institute estimates that the demand for silver in 5G applications will more than double from around 7.5 million ounces to around 16 million ounces by 2025 and as much as 23 million ounces by 2030, representing a 206% increase from current levels.
Silver will also continue to be needed for electric vehicles. Electric vehicles contain up to twice as much silver as conventional vehicles that are powered by internal combustion engines. Due to the accelerating transition from traditional cars and trucks to electric vehicles, the Silver Institute expects the automotive sector’s demand for silver to increase to a whopping 88 million ounces in five years.
Yet another driver for silver demand will be its use in solar panels. Roughly 100 million ounces of silver are consumed per year just for solar panels, and that figure is poised to grow substantially over the next decade.
Even while the need for silver will intensify for years (and even decades), there’s a severe supply deficit in the white metal. “Silver is in a shortage… and there is a notable drawdown in the available physical stocks held in New York and London’s physical hubs, more so than seen in gold,” observes Nicky Shiels, Head of Metals Strategy at MKS PAMP.
Alarmingly, Shiels expects silver to record deficits exceeding 100 million ounces over the next five years. Meanwhile, the Silver Institute reports that the supply of silver from mine output in 2022 totaled 843.2 million ounces, indicating a decline compared to the decade’s peak of 900 million ounces in 2016.
Gold-to-silver ratio. Courtesy: goldsilver.com
At the same time, silver is undervalued compared to gold right now. It takes 83 ounces of silver to buy one ounce of gold. When the gold-to-silver ratio tops 80, massive rallies in the silver price have typically followed.
Believe it or not, I only hold one silver stock in my portfolio for the long-term. I’ve chosen First Majestic Silver (NYSE: AG, TSX: FR.TO, FRA: FMV) for the company’s strong cash position, outstanding leadership (President and CEO Keith Neumeyer is a resource-sector legend who won the E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2011 for the Metals & Mining category), and vast portfolio of silver assets in mining-friendly jurisdictions.
This company isn’t a typical metal miner that just dabbles in silver production. Instead, First Majestic derives roughly half of its revenue from silver. The company owns and operates four producing silver and gold mines.
Moreover, First Majestic Silver focuses on two of the most prospective silver-producing regions on the planet: Mexico and Nevada. All told, First Majestic controls a vast land package spanning over 380,000 hectares of mining claims and targets annualized production of up to 45 million silver equivalent ounces by the end of 2024.
Plus, in a highly anticipated update, First Majestic Silver announced that its total production for 2022 reached a new company record of 31.3 million silver equivalent ounces.
Looking ahead to 2023, First Majestic expects to increase production to a new company record of between 33.2 and 37.1 million silver equivalent ounces. Based on the midpoint of the guidance range, the company expects its production in silver equivalent ounces to increase 12% compared to 2022.
We can easily see why smart money is so heavily invested in First Majestic Silver stock. Among First Majestic’s top shareholders are big-money investors like The Vanguard Group, BlackRock Asset Management, Van Eck, Susquehanna, and Keith Neumeyer himself since he’s happy to have some skin in the game.
By the way, unlike physical silver, First Majestic Silver stock pays dividends. Silver is real money, but income-focused investors can get regular cash payments in their account as a nice bonus by holding shares of First Majestic.
Thus, silver is the ultimate industrial metal, and its demand will skyrocket, but there’s a severe shortage. Amid this backdrop, First Majestic Silver shares are ideal as a buy-and-hold stock for 2023 and beyond.
Consider becoming a shareholder of First Majestic Silver (NYSE: AG)!
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You should know that we have been paid two hundred thousand dollars and received twenty five thousand stock options with an exercise price of fifteen dollars and ninety three canadian cents by First Majestic Silver Corp. (AG) as consideration for a one year digital marketing campaign, which includes this communication. You should know that that we intend to exercise options and/or sell shares in 2020. We will only sell shares after a minimum of thirty days after an email marketing campaign. In the past, AG has compensated us (and/or our affiliated companies Future Money Trends and Gold Standard Media) a total of sixty five thousand dollars (in twenty eighteen) and twenty five thousand dollars (in twenty seventeen) for prior, now concluded, marketing campaigns. We also currently own an additional seventy five thousand Options of AG with a conversion price of ten canadian dollars and eighty four cents (twenty five thousand), nine canadian dollars and one cent (twenty five thousand), eight canadian dollars and thrity one cents ( twenty five thousand), which we received from AG in connection with our prior work.