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Topic: Gold to Silver Ratio (Read 1107 times) previous topic - next topic

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  • ken
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Re: Gold to Silver Ratio
Reply #16
It looks like the gold silver ratio has made a change favoring silver. Note how the chart paint now looks like the early stages of the spring 2016 chart.



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Reply #18
sooner or later, this will break down. Below 84 would be bullish for silver.
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Re: Gold to Silver Ratio
Reply #20
That's just plain crazy!

Re: Gold to Silver Ratio
Reply #21
Gold:silver ratio continues to amaze being over 92. Trend lines on the 20 year chart suggest a major secular change cannot be too far off, but the 50 and 200 week moving averages have a healthy spread suggesting either a change is a ways off or a lot of damage will be done to the ration before the very long term change is indicated. With silver having industrial as well as money functions and gold more wealth preservation, the ratio might continue to climb as the global economy slows and demand for sliver wanes while wealth preservation needs increase. The magenta curve at the tail end of the chart points to a possible blow off top while painting record high values. It is very interesting.



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Is this the first signs of a change in the trend?


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Re: Gold to Silver Ratio
Reply #24
The gold silver ratio downtrend continues, to get anything similar to the current characteristics, one must go back to early 2016 and the first 6 months of that year were extremely PM positive. Notice the bear cross pointed to silver outperformance of about 10 ratio points over about 10 weeks. It does not mean a repeat but maybe a rhyme.


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Re: Gold to Silver Ratio
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At support now.
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Re: Gold to Silver Ratio
Reply #29

I think it is very interesting how the ratio stayed above horizontal support. Somehow, I doubt that support will hold up next week. Tomorrow with the employment situation report for last month might be interesting a volatile.