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If/when the metals continue on a bull run you may be able to make that exchange at 70-1 some day soon. There is recent indications of the CFTC possibly resolving the manipulations of metals by the big banks and if that happens the values and GSR could change quite favorably for exchanging cheap silver for expensive gold.

We'll see.
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I noticed the GSR i back below the 100 ratio again today, it has been down below 100 a couple of times this week.

Currently at 98.94.
Which price is wrong gold or silver?
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Which price is wrong gold or silver?
Neither price is wrong.
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While online sales are pretty much all taxed, gold and silver are exceptions depending on your state. There are also different rules you should be aware of.
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Ag going north!
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Up $.37 to $18.32.
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Ag Ask $18.37 Up $0.42 at this time.
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Ag Ask $18.37 Up $0.42 at this time.
Noted, and also noted is the GSR at 95.09 and has been dropping rapidly and at a steady pace from record highs of over 120 just a couple of months ago.
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Noted, and also noted is the GSR at 95.09 and has been dropping rapidly and at a steady pace from record highs of over 120 just a couple of months ago.

Note also, that the record highs in March were a result of the collapse in stocks.
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Companies getting stocked up to restart. That is all I think because this world is so screwed up I do not know what to think.
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This is blowing my mind. Maybe you all can put this into perspective for me. Last time I looked at the US Debt Clock the dollar to silver ratio was about $275 per ounce. That was maybe 2-3 years ago. Now it’s $3,136 per ounce.

https://www.usdebtclock.org/
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This is blowing my mind. Maybe you all can put this into perspective for me. Last time I looked at the US Debt Clock the dollar to silver ratio was about $275 per ounce. That was maybe 2-3 years ago. Now itís $3,136 per ounce.

https://www.usdebtclock.org/
I agree it is mind blowing to say more would be to hijack a good thread. Your point is well made.
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The volatility continues, this time they pulled the rug out from under the metals, they must have been threatening the dollar's reputation. One of these days their not going to be able to get the metals to respond like they wish.
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The volatility continues, this time they pulled the rug out from under the metals, they must have been threatening the dollar's reputation. One of these days their not going to be able to get the metals to respond like they wish.
Don't be so depressed draw yourself a trend line from the low point of 21 May at $17.14. Now prices always over shoot. See if this is not a pull back to the trend-line. Buyers for industrial work had to get their orders in.

I do believe if President Trump gets beat anywhere is the place to be as long as it is not the stock market.
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The volatility continues, this time they pulled the rug out from under the metals, they must have been threatening the dollar's reputation. One of these days their not going to be able to get the metals to respond like they wish.
Metals were lower due to the stocks being sharply higher.
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Don't be so depressed draw yourself a trend line from the low point of 21 May at $17.14. Now prices always over shoot. See if this is not a pull back to the trend-line. Buyers for industrial work had to get their orders in.

I do believe if President Trump gets beat anywhere is the place to be as long as it is not the stock market.
Not depressed at all, just watching the battle of the dollar propped up. Between slamming the metals and printing trillions the volatility is an incredible show.

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Metals were lower due to the stocks being sharply higher.
Years ago that was how it worked. Now days that is an unreliable indicator and not so valid.

The show must go on.
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Metals were lower due to the stocks being sharply higher.
I am not sure exactly when I did the study, but I ran a correlation between the S&P 500 and silver. The R-squared factor was 0.0093. Zero meaning there is no correlation. That is the closest to zero as I can remember seeing. A 1.0000 is a perfect correlation.

Silver is not where people run to when the stock market sells off.

Oh, full disclosure dates ran from 1 Jan '19 through 11 Sep '19. So it had enough data points.
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Coinstar cheap thrill ~ free silver ~

Scored a silver war nickel while checking out groceries yesterday...eyeballed several coins in the reject cup, one was a Ď43P! Woohoo!

First silver since I found 30 silver coins in the same cup in one shot, year and a half ago.
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I am not sure exactly when I did the study, but I ran a correlation between the S&P 500 and silver. The R-squared factor was 0.0093. Zero meaning there is no correlation. That is the closest to zero as I can remember seeing. A 1.0000 is a perfect correlation.

Silver is not where people run to when the stock market sells off.

Oh, full disclosure dates ran from 1 Jan '19 through 11 Sep '19. So it had enough data points.

A correlation that spans a long period of time does not mean that there won't be an outlier incident such as the move that was referred to.
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A correlation that spans a long period of time does not mean that there won't be an outlier incident such as the move that was referred to.
How long? If the normal variation period is too great then the ratio is worthless if it exist at all.
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