According to recent reports silver is expected to make significant gains over the short term. This forecast results from a perceived shortfall in the increasing shortfall of silver supplies. The "above ground" supply of silver has been steadily decreasing. As most silver production is secondary, associated with the mining of other resources: copper, lead, zinc, gold mines, it stands to reason higher silver prices will not result in a proportional increase in production.
In general geologic terms, the deeper you go in a gold mine, the richer the grade. The deeper you go in a silver mine, the weaker the grade. Therefore, most of the world's silver deposits that are found near surface have already been discovered and have been mined out.
What do we know about RJK Explorations and their neighbour Troymet? One inescapable conclusion is both companies have demonstrated excellent potential silver resources. North of Troymet, New Gold has consistently reported excellent silver values. Apparently in greater quantities than gold estimates.
These facts alone are more than adequately reveal the hidden value most investors overlook. Which provides many investors/speculators sufficient excuse to gamble on the future. It certainly works for me.