This Is Why Silver Will Never Correct To Historical Ratios!

This Is Why Silver Will Never Correct To Historical Ratios!

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In this video I talk about the historical gold silver ration and why it is very unlikely. The best way to explain the gold silver ratio is the amount of ounces of silver it takes to buy 1 ounce of gold. In this video I talk about the paper gold silver ratio and I also talk about the physical gold silver ratio and why that matters as well. The most common gold silver ratio trading strategy is to buy silver at a GSR over 80 and Gold at a GSR under 60. The gold silver ratio in 2020 hit all time highs but it is now under 100 again. The GESER (gold eagle silver eagle ratio) is currently around 75. One gold silver ratio strategy is to sell gold for silver when the ratio is high, but I believe diversity within precious metals is important so I don’t practice this. If you want to make a gold silver ratio trade then you will need to factor in premiums. I think that the GSR is important to look at when gold investing and silver investing because it gives you a good idea which precious metal is better to be investing in at any given time.

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33 thoughts on “This Is Why Silver Will Never Correct To Historical Ratios!”

  1. I do think that silver prices will go back up. It is being used more and more in industry every year, and more and more people are stacking in large amounts. The demand will catch up. Silver will always have value and people will always want more.

  2. Millennial Trades

    This is next level stacking content. Enjoyed the historical/ mideval commentary on wealth and the fact that the world was very different when gold was money. Very interesting.

  3. Why do UK bullion stores not pay premiums on 1 gram gold bars and certain coins when you sell them like they do in the US?

    1. Backyard Bullion

      Because they are there to make as much money as they can. They buy from you for spot then sell it with +£15 on top for their own pockets.

    2. Even if you look at websites they have this thing called a spread, that’s how much they’re willing to pay and how much they are willing to sell, because all businesses need to make profit so that they can remain in business, especially if somebody has to pay property taxes or rent in those will fluctuate in price because of politics

    3. @Joseph Jones I get that they need to make profit and have expenses but gold and silver stores in America pay premiums on top of spot price for certain bars and coins, which in the UK they don’t they just pay 97% of spot no matter what it is

    4. Backyard Bullion

      Yeah, it’s because there are very few dealers in the UK so there are no competition for the seller to seek out and get the best deal.

    5. @Backyard Bullion I thought that was it I guess there generous in America I’ve seen videos where they pay spot plus 5 dollars for 1 gram bars but here they just pay 97% of spot for anything. So it it best to sell privately unless your desperate and need it ASAP?

  4. When gold and silver were monetary metals, 15 – 1 made sense, Now gold is regarded as treasure, or collateral.
    Silver is now regarded as a commodity which can cost more or less depending on demand.
    Silver and copper are more closely related now than silver used to be to gold.
    When I see my silver, I don’t see the need to accumilate more, unless a particularly beautiful design becomes available to me.
    Gold on the other hand is treasure, and in my opinion, you cannot have too much treasure (unless your in a sinking ship).

    1. Backyard Bullion

      So, totally honest I made a mistake with the scheduling and put it on the wrong day. Now the cats out the bag you guys can just enjoy it! Whoopsie!

    2. @Backyard Bullion so tomorrow at noon, Eastern Standard time, I should watch this surprised? I will do my best 🙃🙃😁

  5. Even though gold is down right now, because the gold to silver ratio is so high, I’m only buying silver right now (but only when I can find very low premiums). I don’t think it will ever get back down to 15:1, but believe it will get back to 40:1 someday.

    1. Backyard Bullion

      Thanks for sharing. I would tend to agree with you and I also think that 40 or 50 to one is where it should be but only time will tell. Thanks for stopping by and watching!

  6. Sovereign Saurus

    What if gold drops down to even the ratio out? 🤔 The ratio is interesting but like you say doesn’t apply very well to physical, particularly in the UK. I’m happier trying to preserve some purchasing power with gold personally especially when you consider premiums, costs and density of wealth 👍🏼

  7. Silver Junkie Goldman

    Gold is Money By constitutional Definition in the United States Of America. Article 1, Section 10….. it’s literally money by legal definition. LOL

  8. Игорь Исаков

    ♥️𝗧𝗿𝗲𝗻𝗱𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗮𝗱𝘂𝗹𝘁 𝗽𝗼𝗿𝗻 𝘃𝗶𝗱𝗲𝗼𝘀 𝗼𝗻𝗹𝘆❤️ Alles sehr schön. Aber zuerst zusammen die Nummern 10 und 1. Eine empru.ONLINE Brünette und eine andere Blondine. Es wäre unfairp, wenn ich 4 wählen würde

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