• Gold: 1,324.86 1.18
  • Silver: 15.88 0.07
  • Euro: 1.133 -0.001
  • USDX: 96.746 0.141
  • Oil: 57.74 0.88

Live Silver

Bid|Ask 15.88 15.89
Low|High 15.80 15.92
Change 0.07  0.44% 
Feb 22, 2019 08:21:05 EST
1 mo +0.549 +3.58%
1 yr -0.7187 -4.33%
Low|High 13.89 17.35

Live Gold

Bid|Ask 1,324.86 1,324.98
Low|High 1,321.56 1,327.00
Change 1.18  0.09% 
Feb 22, 2019 08:21:06 EST
1 mo +40.25 +3.13%
1 yr -5.57 -0.42%
Low|High 1,160.27 1,365.26

Gold-Silver Ratio

Bid|Ask 83.40 83.43
Low|High 83.28 83.76
Change -0.2596  -0.31% 
Feb 22, 2019 08:21:08 EST
1 mo -0.3474 -0.41%
1 yr +3.3129 +4.14%
Low|High 75.18 86.55

Silver Edition


Theodore Butler, February 21, 2:42 pm

Silver analyst Theodore Butler writes a twice weekly newsletter on precious metals. Only a few people get to read this important newsletter. I’ve been talking to Ted about releasing one full issue for people to read. It’s important for investors to see the scope of his analysis. Mr. Butler has been a paid consultant to my company Investment Rarities for almost 20 years. I can vouch for his absolute integrity and his cautious approach in analyzing silver and gold. He relies on evidence and facts in arriving on his conclusions. He analyzes every known fact about silver and his knowledge of the silver market is unsurpassed. It’s no exaggeration to call him a silver genius. He has agreed to release the following current newsletter which gives insight into the thoroughness of his approach.

SilverCOTReport, February 19, 3:33 pm

COT Silver Report - February 19, 2019.

Hubert Moolman, February 19, 7:10 am

The way I see it, silver has basically two major categories of use. The first and most important use is as a monetary asset. It is only when used as a monetary asset that it could realize its true (or fair) value. Currently, it is probably as far away (not time wise though) from being used as a monetary asset, as it has ever been. It is for this reason that silver is so under valued and such a must-buy. The second is really all other uses that is strictly non-monetary...

Clive Maund, February 18, 9:15 am

The charts for silver look nowhere near as strong as those for gold, but that is normal for this stage in the cycle, as at the start of major sector bullmarkets investors tend to be cautious and conservative and favor gold over silver. Before going any further note that many of the observations made in the parallel Gold Market update, particularly regarding the dollar and Precious Metals stocks, apply equally to silver so there is no need to repeat them here, which is why the Silver Market update tends to be a lot shorter than the Gold Market update. Starting with the 10-year chart we see that the giant base pattern in silver appears to be taking the form of a Double Bottom, instead of the complex Head-and-Shoulders bottom that we saw in gold. Silver certainly looks weaker than gold here and is still quite a long way from breaking out of its base pattern, and it will take a break above $22 to finally break clear out of it.

SilverCOTReport, February 15, 3:32 pm

COT Silver Report - February 15, 2019 / Positions as of Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Theodore Butler, February 14, 3:40 pm

It’s now been four months since the US Department of Justice secured a criminal guilty plea from the former trader from JPMorgan for spoofing and manipulating precious metals prices on the COMEX and three months since that plea was unsealed. In its announcement on Nov 6, the Justice Department made it clear that it was engaged in an ongoing investigation into COMEX precious metals trading by no less than three of its important divisions; the Criminal Division, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the US Attorneys Division. Here’s a link for the organization chart for the DOJ –

Theodore Butler, February 13, 2:37 pm

Theodore Butler writes a $400 newsletter on silver. He is considered by many to be the world’s foremost authority on silver. Eighteen years ago he predicted that silver would go up ten times, which it did. We caught up with him at his home in Florida. Q: As the world’s leading silver bull, are you expecting fireworks in silver? A: More so than ever. Q: You know of course that a lot of people who own silver have grown impatient. What do you say to them? A: I feel the same impatience, however my expectations are based upon an extremely bullish set of facts. Impatience has nothing to do with it.

SilverCOTReport, February 12, 3:23 pm

COT Silver Report - February 12, 2019

SilverCOTReport, February 8, 3:23 pm

COT Silver Report - February 8, 2019.

David Morgan, February 7, 9:35 am

New Pacific Metals is an exploration and development company with precious and base metal assets in China, Canada, and South America (Bolivia). Its principal asset, the Silver Sands Project in Bolivia, has the potential to become a world-class silver operation in the future. We aren’t the only ones optimistic on New Pacific Metals and mining in Bolivia in general, as two prolific primary silver producers have sizeable interests in the company. These two important strategic shareholders are Silvercorp and Pan-American Silver, which hold a 29.80% and 12.1% interest, respectively. Pan-American currently has one operating mine Bolivia and may be looking to expand further into the country when conditions permit (it is currently digesting the sizeable acquisition of Tahoe Resources). Regarding Silvercorp, there is some overlap between the companies-namely the Chairman and CEO for both companies in Rui Feng, who personally holds a 7.8% interest. Further, Silvercorp doesn’t have anything of substance in its development pipeline, and the Silver Sands Project could fit the bill. The Silver Sands story is still very new as it was only acquired in July 2017, for $40m, yet quite a bit has been accomplished.

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