• Gold: 1,252.76 -2.47
  • Silver: 18.04 -0.06
  • Euro: 1.086 -0.001
  • USDX: 99.229 0.063
  • Oil: 47.99 0.13

Live Silver

Bid|Ask 18.04 18.05
Low|High 18.01 18.06
Change -0.06  -0.36% 
Mar 28, 2017 02:08:01 EST
1 mo -0.2627 -1.44%
1 yr +2.7962 +18.35%
Low|High 14.78 21.14

Live Gold

Bid|Ask 1,252.76 1,252.88
Low|High 1,252.63 1,255.53
Change -2.47  -0.2% 
Mar 28, 2017 02:08:01 EST
1 mo +6.77 +0.54%
1 yr +30.115 +2.46%
Low|High 1,122.61 1,375.17

Gold-Silver Ratio

Bid|Ask 69.43 69.48
Low|High 69.36 69.57
Change 0.0594  0.09% 
Mar 28, 2017 02:08:02 EST
1 mo +1.4008 +2.06%
1 yr -10.7269 -13.38%
Low|High 63.95 81.81

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Andrew Hoffman, March 27, 9:54 am

Yes, I know I’m on vacation. Not to mention, it’s still Saturday morning. However, with Diana having taken Sylvie to see Beauty and the Beast, I want to take a few moments to give you my take on yesterday’s events – and “trading.” Particularly, the Trump Administration’s epic political setback, in failing to convince “Freedom Caucus” Republicans to vote for the hideous Trump-Care bill. Who in essence, called the “art of the deal” architect on his “ultimatum” to either pass the bill, or stick with Obama-care until it inevitably explodes – just as I predicted from day one. Frankly, there is no way to sugar coat such an epic political failure – which for once, even the Wall Street Journal perfectly described.

SilverCOTReport, March 24, 3:31 pm

COT Silver Report - March 17, 2017

Adam Hamilton, March 24, 12:01 pm

The silver miners’ stocks have had a roller-coaster ride of a year so far. They surged, plunged, and then started surging again last week on a less-hawkish-than-expected Fed. Such big volatility has spawned similar outsized swings in sentiment, distorting investors’ perceptions of major silver miners. But their recently-reported fourth-quarter operating and financial results reveal the true underlying fundamental realities.

Andrew Hoffman, March 24, 9:27 am

This is the first week I can remember, in which every day, I awoke to so many “horrible headlines,” I couldn’t determine which to focus on. Which is why, articles like yesterday’s “all out political, economic, and financial war” have been commonplace; in which, I comment on myriad topics, from the four corners of the planet; which invariably, are tied to the same root cause. I.e., the catastrophic, terminal phase of history’s largest, most destructive fiat Ponzi scheme.

Theodore Butler, March 23, 10:48 am

The narrative thus far – after decades of allowing themselves to be led in and out of COMEX silver futures contracts by their commercial counterparties, several managed money traders appear to have woken up to the fact they’ve been duped all along. A key component of the silver manipulation for the past 30 years has been the knee-jerk and mechanical reaction of the managed money traders to collectively sell whenever the commercials rigged prices lower beyond certain moving averages. Ditto for buying on rising prices.

Andrew Hoffman, March 22, 9:38 am

Like it or not, we are living through a major inflectionary point in human history; on more fronts; with more lasting, and dramatic changes than any before it. Yes, there have been hundreds of humanity-altering wars throughout history. However, never have so many people been impacted by current events; as, for example, there are 7.4 billion people today, compared to 2.3 billion at World War II’s onset. And while WWII shaped the culture, economic and monetary, and physical borders for generations; in hindsight, until recently, the post-war Era has been “more of the same.” Only this time, global economic leadership switched from one Western power, the UK, to another, the U.S.; as evidenced by the “reserve currency,” in an increasingly global world, switching from the Pound to the dollar.

Andrew Hoffman, March 21, 12:44 pm

This just isn’t fair! As every time the weekend passes, I wake up Monday with a gargantuan amount of “horrible headlines” to process (or, as I have recently deemed them, “PM bullish, everything-else bearish); which I dutifully gather every second of the day, be it Saturday, Sunday, or holiday. In other words, the Miles Franklin Blog tirelessly works 24/7, to give you the best, and most actionable information available.

GoldCore, March 21, 8:57 am

– Silver just 1/70th the price of gold – Silver at $17.50 per ounce set to rise “faster than gold” – Silver Eagles (1 oz) buying jumps to 715,000 this week – “Supply may drop following mine closures” – Standard Chartered – Industrial demand “will remain strong” – CPM Group – Silver is substantially undervalued versus gold – Gold silver ratio to fall back below 30

Andrew Hoffman, March 20, 10:44 am

The Ides of March came and went, with the Fed’s “dovish hike” once and for all proving it cares nothing about the economy, and everything about the stock market, and its Wall Street masters. The following, damning chart of who has benefited from a decade of post-financial crisis Central bank largesse; not including, of course, the vast amount of covert market support – and likely, inside information dissemination – to the Fed’s partners-in-crime, the “too big to fail” banks; whose joint goal is, at all costs, prolonging history’s largest, most destructive fiat Ponzi scheme.

SilverCOTReport, March 17, 3:30 pm

COT Silver Report - March 17, 2017

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