• Gold: 1,250.41 4.23
  • Silver: 16.55 0.12
  • Euro: 1.116 -0.001
  • USDX: 97.513 -0.046
  • Oil: 42.89 0.35

Live Silver

Bid|Ask 16.55 16.57
Low|High 16.49 16.68
Change 0.12  0.7% 
Jun 22, 2017 10:21:35 EST
1 mo -0.6404 -3.73%
1 yr -0.6923 -4.01%
Low|High 15.62 21.14

Live Gold

Bid|Ask 1,250.46 1,250.64
Low|High 1,248.72 1,254.79
Change 4.28  0.34% 
Jun 22, 2017 10:21:40 EST
1 mo -12.76 -1.01%
1 yr -12.1 -0.96%
Low|High 1,122.61 1,375.17

Gold-Silver Ratio

Bid|Ask 75.48 75.57
Low|High 75.13 75.67
Change -0.1351  -0.18% 
Jun 22, 2017 10:21:40 EST
1 mo +2.082 +2.84%
1 yr +2.3464 +3.21%
Low|High 63.95 76.05

Silver Edition


Theodore Butler, June 22, 10:03 am

What would you say if I told you that a batter had hit 1.000 for an entire season? Or that a pitcher threw no-hitters every time he played a game? I’m pretty sure you would say that’s impossible or that something was definitely wrong. And, of course, you would be correct – somethings are too impossible or outlandish to be true. Not just in baseball, but there are limits in almost every endeavor.

SilverCOTReport, June 16, 3:31 pm

COT Silver Report - June 16, 2017

Andrew Hoffman, June 14, 1:34 pm

Today, let's start with one of my "favorite" topics, given my strong belief that OPEC's highly visible death throes presage the epic level of chaos the gold Cartel will eventually experience when it spectacularly fails - per what I wrote in last month's "OPEC, like the London Gold Pool, proving Cartel's always fail." To that end, no blog I am aware of - outside of those focused principally on energy - has expended more digital ink on this topic - given how confident that, contrary to the all-time high long position Wall Street took in crude oil futures earlier this year, the "production cut" required to save not only the energy industry, but countless sovereign nations, would miserably fail, no matter how much propaganda and market manipulation was expended to create the perception of "balance," amidst history's worst - and likely, irreversible - crude oil glut.

Ed Steer, June 12, 2:43 pm

The CME Daily Delivery Report showed that 62 gold and 29 silver contracts were posted for delivery within the COMEX-approved depositories on Tuesday. In gold, the two short/issuers were HSBC USA and International F.C. Stone with 51 and 11 contracts out of their respective client accounts. The long/stoppers that mattered were JP Morgan with 35 for its client account -- and 13 for Scotiabank's in-house [proprietary] trading houses. In silver, the two short/issuers were ADM and ABN Amro with 25 and 4 contracts out of their respective client accounts. There were six long/stoppers in total -- and ADM was the largest with 13. The link to yesterday's Issuers and Stoppers Report is here. The Preliminary Report for the Friday trading session showed that gold open interest in Junedeclined by a further 216 contracts, leaving 1,781 still around, minus the 62 mentioned above. Thursday's Daily Delivery Report showed that only 13 gold contracts were actually posted for delivery on Monday, so that means that 216-13=203 gold contracts were closed out without having to make or take delivery. Silver o.i. in June declined by 54 contracts, leaving 37 still open, minus the 29 mentioned in the previous paragraph. Thursday's Daily Delivery Report showed that 84 silver contracts were actually posted for delivery on Monday, so that means that 84-54=30 more silver contracts were added to the June delivery month.

SilverCOTReport, June 9, 3:44 pm

COT Silver Report - June 09, 2017

Andrew Hoffman, June 6, 4:15 pm

As I write in the wee hours Tuesday morning, gold, at $1,292/oz, is at its high of the year, and the highest level since the immediate aftermath of Trump’s “BrExit times ten” victory – when the powers that be launched the most egregious; and ultimately, world-destroying; money printing, market manipulation, and propaganda campaign of all time. Essentially, their worst fears were realized when the most anti-establishment candidate imaginable won despite their historic election rigging scheme; which in turn, prompted them to do anything and everything posssible – damn the consequences – to prevent history’s largest, most destructive fiat Ponzi scheme; which was already on the verge of collapsing; from doing so immediately, and spectacularly.

David Morgan, June 5, 5:18 pm

Personally, Morgan isn’t currently interested in getting into the cryptocurrencies market, but he said that doesn’t mean it’s a bad place for investors to be. “I’m free market. I think if anyone wants to be into cryptocurrencies, have at it — I think if you’re nimble you can get into almost any of them and make money,” he said, adding, “I would just caution people to use a free trade, which means once you double your money take your original capital out and let the rest ride.”

Andrew Hoffman, June 5, 4:23 pm

With each passing day, I don’t just think, but know the world cannot, and will not, survive the collapse of history’s largest, most destructive fiat Ponzi scheme without “thousand-year-flood”-like changes in the global political, economic, social, monetary; and likely, military landscape.

Theodore Butler, June 5, 9:36 am

I was shocked by Friday’s announcement by the CFTC of an order and simultaneous settlement of manipulation charges in COMEX gold and silver futures. I first saw it in a Zerohedge article and subsequent articles on Bloomberg and in the Wall Street Journal, but all those accounts were somewhat off target compared to the CFTC announcement itself. This was one of those rare cases where the source announcement was much clearer than the articles describing it. I would ask you to take the time to read and reread the actual announcement from the CFTC, including both the press release itself and the complete order.

David Morgan, June 4, 12:24 pm

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