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Gold / Silver ratio revisited

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79.04 as of this post. Gold going up a little while silver down a little. I'm buying Ag but staying away from Au. Just feels right for me.
 

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82.19/1 per coininfo as of this post.
 

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In 45 years, the GSR has only been between 80-90 5% of the time with the bulk of that in the early 90s. A huge buy signal IMO.

Distribution of Au:Ag Ratio
% of Months
10-20 0.4%
20-30 3.0%
30-40 18.5%
40-50 12.7%
50-60 19.4%
60-70 18.8%
70-80 20.0%
80-90 5.2%
90-100 2.1%

  • Ratios from 80 to 90 constitute 5.2% of the record. Almost all occurred during a three-year period from September 1990 to November 1993 when there was an oversupply of silver stocks, industrial demand was down, and prices languished from $3.65 to $5.00 an ounce.
  • Other than the three-year period mentioned above, there were only two months, in March 1995 and March 2016, when the monthly average ratio was above 80.
  • Ratios greater than 90 make up 2.1% of the record and also happened in that 1990-1993 interval. The ratio averaged over 97 in February 1991, a value that was exceeded only in 1939 at the end of the depression and beginning of World War II.
 

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Anyone holding for $12 ? $11 ? .....$10 ? SILVER
 

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81.64/1 per coininfo as of this post. Good night.
 

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82.01/1 per coininfo as of this post.
 

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I’m loving it. September the new Perth mint lunar come out (year of pig) so I’m hoping for 3 more weeks of carnage.
 

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~ $14.50... is that the bottom they're bouncing on?
 

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81.62/1 per coininfo as of this post.
 

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I just perused this thread from the beginning....

82.5 is the highest it's been AFAIK...
 

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I just perused this thread from the beginning....

82.5 is the highest it's been AFAIK...
This is about as high as it has been this century. We had a few years in the early 90s where it ranged between 80 and 100, but other than that this is it.

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82.74/1 as of this post.
 

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83.2/1 per coininfo as of this post......
 

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84.43/1 per coininfo as of this post.
 

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Dang how low can they go
Great question. If you recall there was that one brief lone spike down to $13.58 or so in Dec 1015. Before that you have to go back ten years to find a lower price. That is a lot of printed fiat ago.

If you can find low premium silver at this point it seems like a no brainer if you still have dry powder left.
 

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84.7/1 per coininfo as of this post.

Platinum- 0.66/1 Interesting.
 

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I am just wonderin why some wise guy doesn't get the notion to use platinum to counterfeit gold coins? Platy is plenty malleable unlike the other density mimic; tungsten. So why hasn't this happened? I've never know the crooks to be this slow.

BF

BTW: that silver/gold ratio is totally out-of-whack! 85 WOW!
 

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I am just wonderin why some wise guy doesn't get the notion to use platinum to counterfeit gold coins? Platy is plenty malleable unlike the other density mimic; tungsten. So why hasn't this happened? I've never know the crooks to be this slow.
First of all, Tungsten isn't a precious metal - it is currently about $20/lb

Second, in the past 553 months, platinum has spent less than 20% of them below the price of gold.

Third, world production of platinum is less than 10% that of gold. It is RARE!

Seems like a lot of work, and a small window, to go through the trouble of counterfeiting platinum for gold.

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81.34/1 per coininfo as of this post.
 

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Ratio dropping down out of the stratosphere on a big silver day. Have we turned a corner?
 

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82.94/1 per coininfo as of this post. Climbin' again.
 

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83.87/1 per coininfo as of this post.