Many asset classes like stocks and real estate have risen steadily for years on end, in some cases ballooning to nonsensical valuations.

But somehow, one of the world’s most valuable precious metals is still trading at a mere fraction of its all-time-high, set all the way back in the 1980s – prompting Mike Maloney to ask, “What gives?

In this video, Mike Maloney sits down with David Morgan to discuss some important calculations for silver’s future price if it went through a similar bubble to the one back in 1980 – and his findings are truly astounding…

“I took the growth of the day in 1980, that silver peaked. And I took the percentage growth rate of all of those other things since that date, and I applied that percentage growth rate to $52.50 [silver’s all-time-high]. And you come out with a total and the average is over $900. I absolutely believe that triple digit silver is baked in the cake…”

Today, silver is less than $25/oz?

Could we see silver climb to over $100/oz?

Only time will tell…

But one this is for sure – at its current price, Mike says that silver is one of the best opportunities anywhere in the market.

Check out Mike’s video above for the full story.

I wanted to know what would silver’s price have to be if it went into the same bubble that it was in back in 1980…compared to all these other assets: Real Estate, Stocks, Bonds, the currency supply and so on.”

In Mike Maloney’s new book ‘The Great Gold & Silver Rush of the 21st Century’ he makes some important calculations for silver’s future price based on the above scenario.

Find out today how these calculations have led Mike to believe that “Triple digit silver is baked into the cake”.

Mike Maloney is host of the smash hit video series, Hidden Secrets of Money; former Rich Dad/Poor Dad  advisor; author of the best-selling precious metals book, Guide to Investing in Gold and Silver , and founder of – a global leader in precious metals investments.

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For more than a decade, Mike has traveled the world sharing his economic insights with audiences from Hong Kong to Rome and from Silicon Valley to Wall Street.