3 Reasons Why Gold to Silver Ratio Will Contract over Time

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3 Reasons Why Gold to Silver Ratio Will Contract over Time

#1 Unread post by tbird165 » Sun Apr 20, 2014 4:51 am

At the time of this writing, the gold to silver ratio is approximately 66 to 1. While not the largest variance between the two metals, it’s over four times higher than the gold to silver ratio established by Congress in 1792 of 15 to 1, nearly four times as high as the 17:1 ratio briefly seen in 1980, more than double the ratio experienced in April 2011 of 31 to 1, and substantially higher than the average ratio seen in the 20th century of 47 to 1. In this article, we’re going to address some of the historical ratios that we’ve highlighted above and will provide three reasons why we believe that the gold to silver ratio will likely contract from its current ratio of 66 to 1. - See more at: http://atlantagoldandcoin.com/three-rea ... ract-time/

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