Trading the Gold to Silver Ratio – Free Silver & Gold!

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The gold to silver ratio is an important thing for any serious stacker to understand. It should act as a guide for which metal to purchase, as well as a historical reference for a more realistic price for either metal. However, one of the most helpful benefits to understanding the ratio, is the ability to accumulate more silver or gold, without making an additional fiat investment.

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SalivateMetal says:

There's a book I reviewed and posted a video on called "Trade The Ratio". It gives a pretty comprehensive look on how to do this with ETFs

StackSilv2014 says:

If you want to any chance of profiting by trading the ratio you'll need to use ETF gold and silver funds such as SLV and GLD. Otherwise the commissions for trading in and out of physical gold will eat up almost all profits. I suggest before you even attempt doing this to read Karl's book TRADING THE RATIO. https://goo.gl/LDLLvR
Personally I think trading the ratio will NOT work because you are essentially market timing. Also most people can't be patient waiting decades for the ratio to be favorable.

Robert says:

Thanks, this is the first I've heard of this.

Sir Walterraleigh says:

Thorough and informative!

jimsjoe1 says:

The ratio has become meaningless. It was fixed at 16 to 1 when the government had metal prices fixed. Today it floats and this make the ratio meaningless. In addition silver is not used much anymore in any monetary system except mints selling collectables. 70 to 89% of demand is now industrial, manufacturing and retail jewelry sales and all of these depend on low prices. The monetary demand has become too small to effect price and this demand can now never offset the drop in demand in the other 3 sectors. When prices rise to a certain point copper is used more and silver less dropping demand then prices. Another factor is that because of the constant flow of new technology the amount used in products has been going down every year effecting demand. Solar panels 10 years straight. All of this is why prices will never rise significantly buy only with inflation. Silver has been one of the largest scams on the net with unrealistic price forecasts from $100 to $940. Just absurd!
No one is suppressing prices either. Take the Comex and the LBMA. The bullion banks place hedges for their clients by mostly using put options , (going short). These are mostly large metal dealers and large wholesale dealers. If prices rise they let the hedges expire worthless and sell physical like they normally do. If prices fall thru the strike price they can exercise their hedges for cash, still sell and still make money. All futures markets are used for hedging not only physical commodities but other financial instruments like dollars. Now when prices fall the metal promoters all claim it is the "cartel" again. These people are clueless! 2/3rds of the hedge funds have been going long on gold as this is one of their hedges for their long dollar positions in currency markets. 1/3rd are short as this is their hedges for their short dollar positions in currencies. 2/3rds of commercials are short as this is their hedges for not only physical commodities but banks with short dollar positions in currencies. 1/3rd are long as this is their hedges for their long dollar positions in currencies. Futures are nothing more than insurance like products to protect against financial ruin. There are so many clueless people posting on the net.

Broadsword Calling says:

It's good to somewhat plan to sell at a ratio that has already occurred. Logic would say that a ratio of less than 10 to 1 should occur at SOME point based on geological supply and silver deficits. 1980 we saw 16 to 1. My goal as of now is holding silver with a target of 20 to 1 before exchanging either for real estate or gold. I've hit my stacking goal though and I REALLY am liking platinum right now.

I'd like to see a vid on platinum because the ratios are looking really good.

richard343s says:

If I had gold I would trade it for silver.

steven lussier says:

And at the end of 2018 then 2020 and what, finally 2025 y'all will admit… "stacking" Silver was the dumbest thing I ever got SCAMMED into doing! 🤣 F'ng dumbfucks! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

SRV. 123 says:

Easy to say but who will trade you.? Dealers want cash. They can't pay their rent and bills in metals. Privately is risky.

NavelGUNz says:

One thing I’ve noticed about the Silver & Gold community is that some people are very elitist or think their way is the best strategy for stacking.
Or will criticize people who are just starting out and only maybe buying a few oz a month and when they ask for advice or questions and they get told “you should not be stacking unless you are buying 100 oz at a time” and then they brag they buy kilos every month and condescend others for trying to save a few dollars here and there.
I see this on a bit on Stacking YT’er’s comments sections.

SILVER smith says:

very well said!enjoyed this episode!

Mike Smith says:

It takes more than 2 kilos of silver to trade for 1 ounce of gold

Karl Ushanka says:

You reviewed my book, Trade the Ratio, but didn't think of suggesting it as a resource to your viewers on this topic? TradeTheRatio.com.

malus911 says:

Ratio today is 1:75. Good time to trade gold for silver…. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CidFKAeB9tU (historical ratio's)

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