In a recent blog post “Twelve Ways Silver is Different Than Gold” we noted silver’s lower price relative to gold has been based on its relative abundance to gold. The traditional gold/silver ratio is 16:1, meaning historically it took sixteen ounces of silver to buy one ounce of gold or one ounce of gold to buy sixteen ounces of silver.
Over the last ten years, however, the ratio has ranged from 31.68:1 to 83.73:1. The current gold/silver ratio is about 60:1.
Based on current buying patterns, this ratio may be set to change.
It probably is.
Meantime it looks like you are trying to make money off your own site by posting here.
Oh. Can you let us know if the ratio is going to change as in increase or change as in decrease?
I agree with Happy Now
healthy skepticism certainly
Will ratios change ? absolutely
The question is when