This provides new insights into silver prices received since my previous post on December 17.
God purposely gives only partial information as an invitation to seek Him and trust Him for more details (Proverbs 25:2). Perhaps as we grow up spiritually and prove ourselves trustworthy, God will provide us with a more complete picture. The process can get frustrating and even offensive, but I believe it is all by design, part of His sifting process, giving us opportunities to demonstrate whether or not our heart is truly seeking Him.
For example, I have been seeing prices above and below the market price with no dates. I have seen bullish and bearish visions. So which comes first? Many times we don’t have enough information to take action, so it is best to wait. Acting on our own assumptions often leads to costly mistakes. I have made enough mistakes to know doing nothing is better than losing money.
On December 19, I saw several prices including $14.00 and $14.01 and $14.66. I believe these are all silver prices because that is all I have been getting lately. Seeing these made me question my interpretation of two previous visions, including the black and white cat getting ready to eat and the Pittsburgh Steelers player getting grabbed as he jumped up. I wondered if perhaps the cat was going to wait a while longer before starting to eat. Perhaps the whole point of the football player getting grabbed was to show he could not go up very far, at least not yet. The market has not moved up higher since I saw that on December 17, but has moved mostly sideways.
On December 20, I saw a price of $21.53. If silver drops to $14.00 and then increases to $21.53, that would be an increase of $7.53, which is close to the green $8.13 I saw on December 9. Silver would have to drop to $13.40 or go higher than $21.53 to make the green $8.13 fit. In December 2015, silver hit bottom at $13.68.
On December 24, I saw an analogy between upcoming silver prices and a hurricane staying out at sea growing stronger before hitting land. I did not see this as a vision, but I believe it came as an answer to my prayers. If it is correct, silver would reach a bottom in the $15 range and then start moving higher like a hurricane turning back out to sea. The move back out to sea would offer more profit opportunities, which would put us in a better position when it finally turns back towards land. Then our position would be much stronger and the price would drop much farther, starting from a higher point and dropping all the way to $14.00, making the profits much bigger.
The hurricane theory is supported by the vision I saw on November 21 showing the numbers 15, 16, 17, with the 15 barely visible. At the time, I thought perhaps I was seeing SLV prices because spot silver had not yet dropped down into the $15 range, but so far all of the prices I have seen have been spot silver prices. I believe the reason why the $15 was only partially visible is because the price is not going to drop all the way to $15.00 before it turns back up again. So far, the lowest price in recent months was $15.60.
Hurricanes move slowly, but the great thing about them is we can see them coming from a long way off. So perhaps it will take a long time for these prices to show up, but if the theory is right we should be well prepared when it finally comes.
On December 26, I saw silver at $20.45. The next day, I saw 1821, which I interpreted to mean silver at $18.21. So if the hurricane theory is correct, perhaps silver reaches $18.21 before beginning the big drop down to $14.00. I like that theory because it fits the short vision I had on November 22 in which I was walking down a stairway inside a home. About halfway down, I lost my footing and stumbled over a couple of steps, but caught myself before falling. Then I continued walking down the remaining four steps, which were all covered with green carpet. The steps above them were not carpeted, just wooden steps. So if silver drops from $18.21 to $14.00, that would be a $4.21 drop, which fits four profitable steps down.
Despite lots of pieces, the picture remains unclear. The pieces might be out of order and unrelated. Some of the prices could be still months away. I am currently playing it safe by sitting on the sidelines, but I have an order waiting to open a long position if the price drops down a bit. Otherwise, I am content to miss the move up if necessary.
This information relies on interpretations that might not be accurate. It is provided only as a starting point for prayerful consideration and not as a recommendation for investing.
Author: James Bailey
James Bailey is an author, business owner, husband and father of two children. His vision is to broadcast the good news of Jesus Christ through blog sites and other media outlets.
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