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September 26 2018

moneymetals

Gold/Silver Ratio Back at Extremes

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The gold/silver ratio, calculated by simply dividing the gold price by the silver price, may be signaling the end of the bear market in metals is drawing near. That could be good news for gold investors and great news for those who hold silver.

First, let's take a look at a long-term chart of the ratio:

Gold/Silver ratio (1975-2018)

The 1980 low in the ratio coincided with the blow off top in the silver price at $50/oz. Both metals fell sharply after that peak, and silver underperformed gold for the majority of the next 11 years.

The gold/silver ratio peaked in 1991 when it spiked to almost 100. Gold was priced near $400/oz and silver near $4. Since that peak, the ratio has spent the majority of its time bouncing between about 40 on the low end and 70 on the upper end of the range.

Read more: 

https://www.moneymetals.com/news/2018/09/24/gold-silver-ratios-at-extremes-001623

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