• Gold: 1,229.42 4.00
  • Silver: 14.76 0.08
  • Euro: 1.158 0.000
  • USDX: 95.052 0.018
  • Oil: 71.12 -0.5

Live Silver

Bid|Ask 14.76 14.77
Low|High 14.62 14.77
Change 0.07  0.51% 
Oct 16, 2018 06:47:13 EST
1 mo +0.7363 +5.25%
1 yr -2.4672 -14.32%
Low|High 13.94 17.70

Live Gold

Bid|Ask 1,229.35 1,229.45
Low|High 1,225.04 1,230.21
Change 3.93  0.32% 
Oct 16, 2018 06:47:13 EST
1 mo +35.98 +3.02%
1 yr -65.69 -5.07%
Low|High 1,160.27 1,366.08

Gold-Silver Ratio

Bid|Ask 83.24 83.30
Low|High 83.20 83.85
Change -0.2014  -0.24% 
Oct 16, 2018 06:47:13 EST
1 mo -1.619 -1.91%
1 yr +8.1202 +10.81%
Low|High 74.15 85.17

Silver Edition


Clive Maund, October 14, 9:23 pm

Unlike gold and Precious Metals stocks, silver did not break out strongly on Thursday – although it rose, it did not break out at all, nor was volume exceptional, as we can see on its latest 6-month chart below. However, this is not a cause for concern, because in the early stages of sector bullmarkets gold leads, so we can expect silver to “follow suit” shortly. This is worth knowing, because it means that it is still possible to pick up a lot of silver stocks (and ETFs) at knock down silly prices before it really starts to move.

SilverCOTReport, October 12, 3:14 pm

COT Silver Report - October 12, 2018

Craig Hemke, October 5, 4:15 pm

"My gut feeling is, that the bond market is telling us a couple of things: that there is enough liquidity in the system that markets can take higher interest rates. The fed is not as concerned about letting interest rates rise as they would have been 2 years ago. I think the second thing is that savers are beginning to demand higher yields because they do see pressure on the dollar."

SilverCOTReport, October 5, 3:24 pm

COT Silver Report - October 5, 2018

Stewart Thomson, October 2, 11:13 am

Inflation enthusiasts should consider adding some silver bullion to their investing “repertoire”. On this gold versus silver ratio chart the 75 area and higher has been a great place to sell gold and buy silver and the 50 area has been an equally great time to sell silver and buy gold. Significant wealth can be accumulated with this strategy. What’s particularly exciting now is that some major bank analysts are recommending this trade.

SRSrocco, October 2, 9:27 am

Demand for the U.S. Mint Silver Eagles spiked again at the end of the September pushing sales nearly to three million. In a little more than a week, Silver Eagle sales jumped from 1.9 million to 2.9 million, nearly doubling from the previous month. Sales of Silver Eagles in August were only 1.5 million versus 2.9 million in September.

Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA, October 1, 11:24 am

Rallying mining stocks? Forget about them. Silver is the new cool kid in the neighborhood. Having rallied by almost 50 cents in just one day, silver stole the spotlight and seems to be ready to move much higher… Or much lower. Does anyone still fall for silver’s fake rallies? Based on the size of the rally and the corresponding volume, it certainly seems to be the case.

SilverCOTReport, September 28, 3:15 pm

COT Silver Report - September 28, 2018

Eric Sprott, September 28, 3:09 pm

“Thank God there is truly a market. You know, ‘supply and demand’, and price and all that stuff. It does work for the consumer. Even though it may not work in stocks and bonds and things like that where the Fed can interject and have the Invisible Hand working. But when it comes to people and to budgets and their income… I just think the consumer has lots of things to be concerned about, with energy going up, interest rates going up. Of course, health care costs are always uncontrolled… I don’t have a lot of hope for the consumer, notwithstanding the stock market going up all the time and a certain segment of the population making hay here. But the average guy is not doing that well.”

Theodore Butler, September 28, 10:57 am

Sometimes things that are obvious truths can appear before us that we have trouble seeing; along the lines of being too close to the trees to see the forest. It’s not that we can’t see what’s directly in front of us, but rather that we just can’t put what we see into proper perspective. To be sure, this failure to fully comprehend what we can clearly see is not caused by any lack of intelligence and may, in fact, be due to too much knowledge and experience in a given field.

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