• Gold: 1,251.49 -0.50
  • Silver: 17.07 -0.01
  • Euro: 1.119 0.000
  • USDX: 97.351 0.367
  • Oil: 51.47 0.39

Live Silver

Bid|Ask 17.07 17.09
Low|High 17.01 17.31
Change -0.01  -0.06% 
May 23, 2017 18:25:04 EST
1 mo -0.847 -4.73%
1 yr +0.6963 +4.25%
Low|High 15.62 21.14

Live Gold

Bid|Ask 1,251.48 1,251.82
Low|High 1,247.59 1,263.86
Change -0.51  -0.04% 
May 23, 2017 18:25:25 EST
1 mo -32.14 -2.5%
1 yr +2.065 +0.17%
Low|High 1,122.61 1,375.17

Gold-Silver Ratio

Bid|Ask 73.22 73.36
Low|High 72.91 73.84
Change -0.1785  -0.24% 
May 23, 2017 18:25:04 EST
1 mo +1.7587 +2.46%
1 yr -3.0411 -3.99%
Low|High 63.95 76.62

Silver Edition


Andrew Hoffman, May 23, 2:05 pm

Of all the things I’ve observed in my three decades of financial market watching, none baffles me more than the idiocy of the Charlie Brown-like “traders” that buy paper gold and silver contracts on the COMEX, only to have the “football” pulled out by “Cartel Lucy” time and time again.

Stewart Thomson, May 23, 11:34 am

Since Chinese New Year buying peaked in February, gold has essentially traded sideways with a mild upside bias. Here’s why: Indian dealers are waiting for the government to announce the GST rate for gold, and it’s too early for them to begin stocking up for Diwali. So, the price discovery ball is now in the US central bank’s court. I’ll dare to suggest that most gold market investors don’t fully understand the relationship between interest rates, money velocity, and gold.

Hubert Moolman, May 23, 9:42 am

On the chart, I have marked two fractals (1 to 3). Both fractals exist in similar conditions – relative to the relevant Dow/Gold ratio peaks (1966 and 1999), as well as Dow peaks. Both fractals span over the period of the first phase of the silver bull market during the 70s and the current era (2001 to 2017), respectively. If the comparison is justified, then the US Dollar index will fall significantly during the coming months. Given the fact that silver has traditionally had its strong rallies during times when the US Dollar Index was falling, this bodes well for a silver rally.

David Morgan, May 22, 3:24 pm

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Andrew Hoffman, May 19, 11:53 am

First off, I want to thank the two dozen-plus people who sent well-wishing emails as I fight through my illness, now in its second week. The oupouring of support is touching, with everything from specific cure suggestions, to simply hoping I “get well soon.” To that end, I’m happy to say the worst has passed – and thus, that by this time next week, I expect to be fully recovered!

Andrew Hoffman, May 18, 10:43 am

Well guess what? As of today, America – and its rapidly diminishing global role – will never be the same; as quite obviously, the “Deep State” that even I have had trouble acknowledging has once and for all, destroyed it. And by “Deep State,” I don’t necessarily mean a handful of people controlling the world; but instead, the political, corporate, and financial “leaders” with the most power and wealth to lose from the introduction of an “outsider” – who quite obviously, be they “Democrat” or Republican,” will do anything to protect, no matter how many billions are destroyed in the process.

Gary Christenson, May 18, 10:38 am

Silver prices are rising along the bottom of a 20 year log scale trend channel (shown later). There are no guarantees in a manipulated paper market, such as COMEX silver, but it is possible that silver prices will collapse further, or more likely, move substantially higher, sooner rather than later. Silver prices COULD fall from their current level of $16 – $17 to under $10.

Rory Hall, May 18, 9:41 am

I ask how could a commodity or any product that is bought and sold on planet earth be 66% cheaper than in 1980. The evidence above demonstrates how that is possible. The only remaining question is – why is silver the kryptonite to the banking and financial system? Gold, while the market has been proven to be rigged as well, has at least been able to climb higher than in 1980. The current global “price” of gold does not reflect it’s true value, however, it is still higher than 37 years ago. Silver, not so much.

Andrew Hoffman, May 17, 10:22 am

You wouldn’t know it from what I do for a living – but generally speaking, I am as optimistic a person as you will find. Just ask anyone who knows me, regarding essentially all topics. However, I’m also a realist, which is why I’m so good at what I do. And given this blessing/curse, as well as relentless analysis and an inexorably logical mind, I’ve been able to forecast the economic devastation that has unfolded over the past two decades better than most – partly due to said “gifts,” but mostly the extremely rare trait of seeing things for what they are; and reporting them as such, no matter how people want to hear it. As they say, “none so blind as those who refuse to see”; and in my experience, for a variety of reasons ranging from conflict of interest to plain old human nature, the vast majority have little interest in the truth.

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