• Gold: 1,280.12 -0.71
  • Silver: 15.24 -0.09
  • Euro: 1.137 0.000
  • USDX: 96.335 -0.001
  • Oil: 54.06 0.15

Live Silver

Bid|Ask 15.24 15.29
Low|High 15.19 15.36
Change -0.09  -0.56% 
Jan 21, 2019 13:20:12 EST
1 mo +0.462 +3.13%
1 yr -1.757 -10.33%
Low|High 13.89 17.70

Live Gold

Bid|Ask 1,280.12 1,280.39
Low|High 1,276.77 1,283.57
Change -0.71  -0.06% 
Jan 21, 2019 13:23:19 EST
1 mo +18.1 +1.43%
1 yr -51.55 -3.87%
Low|High 1,160.27 1,366.08

Gold-Silver Ratio

Bid|Ask 83.72 84.00
Low|High 83.30 84.04
Change 0.3508  0.42% 
Jan 21, 2019 13:20:12 EST
1 mo -1.624 -1.9%
1 yr +5.6221 +7.2%
Low|High 75.18 86.55

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SRSrocco, January 21, 10:25 am

Unfortunately, it is difficult to get data for China, the second largest silver producing country in the world, but I doubt its mine supply has increased more than the declines shown in this chart. According to the World Silver Interim Report, they forecast global silver production to increase by less than 1% in 2018 due to gains in Oceania, Asia, and Africa. They did note that silver production in North American would decline by 5.4 million oz (Moz). But, that 5.4 Moz decline must account for just the United States and Canada.

David Morgan, January 21, 10:23 am

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David Morgan, January 18, 3:52 pm

If I'm correct in my overall analysis that stagflation is basically the meme for the year, and that means a lower stock market from this point to the end of the year and it'll go up and down and fluctuate, all markets do. That will put more impetus into the commodity sector but, again, if we have a global slowdown, then the top-tier of the commodity sector, which is money, gold and silver will be the best assets to hold. I think we had a pretty good prelude in December and, I know I'm rehashing old ground to make this point… silver outperformed gold almost two to one in the four-week, five-week time frame.

Eric Sprott, January 18, 2:06 pm

“So far, gold’s hanging right in there… Fingers crossed, I think we’re still in good shape here. I love the fact the Chinese are buying, the Russians are buying, the Turkish Central Bank’s buying. There are so many different entrants in this market. And ETFs have been pretty firm too, so I think the outlook is improving by the day.”

Mary McNamara, January 17, 2:13 pm

Silver is coming back into focus as the charts show a bit of upward movement with price action and potential brewing for some chart breakouts. This post starts with a look at the charts of Silver spot metal and then some popular US silver-based stoks / ETFs. With all of these charts, I'm on the lookout for any momentum-based trend line breakout (meaning an uptick over 20 for the ADX and +DMI) along with a move back above the weekly Cloud and on a volume spike.

Jp Cortez, January 17, 10:51 am

A group of Wyoming legislators have introduced three bills this week to de-risk the state’s financial holdings with modest allocations to physical gold and silver in the state’s pension fund, reserve fund, and mineral trust fund.

OneGold, January 16, 2:01 pm

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Gary Christenson, January 16, 9:27 am

The M2 measure of money supply has increased about 6.7% per year since 1971 when President Nixon severed the last hint of gold backing the dollar. The subsequent deluge of digital dollars levitated prices for oil, trucks, hamburgers, the S&P 500 Index, silver and almost everything else. Examine the log scale graph of M2 and smoothed silver prices. M2 rises, while silver prices increase to unsustainable levels, fall too low and then rise again.

Keith Weiner, January 14, 12:52 pm

Contracting money supply –> rising prices of gold and silver. Expanding money supply –> softer prices. That said, the fundamental prices of both metals—a calculation we make every day—has been rising since Nov 26. So far, the listening and talking of Powell has not pushed the fundamentals down. Though it should be noted that the gold fundamental is just recovering to its range from 2017. And the silver fundamental is almost back to prior levels. We will look at graphs...

David Jensen, January 14, 9:29 am

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