• Gold: 1,469.47 -1.91
  • Silver: 17.09 0.06
  • Euro: 1.107 -0.000
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Live Silver

Bid|Ask 17.09 17.10
Low|High 17.01 17.19
Change 0.06  0.36% 
Nov 19, 2019 03:19:53 EST
1 mo -0.422 -2.41%
1 yr +2.688 +18.66%
Low|High 14.05 19.65

Live Gold

Bid|Ask 1,469.44 1,469.53
Low|High 1,468.93 1,475.37
Change -1.94  -0.13% 
Nov 19, 2019 03:19:55 EST
1 mo -18.15 -1.22%
1 yr +245.3 +20.04%
Low|High 1,211.18 1,557.06

Gold-Silver Ratio

Bid|Ask 85.95 85.98
Low|High 85.69 86.46
Change -0.3806  -0.44% 
Nov 19, 2019 03:19:56 EST
1 mo +1.2189 +1.44%
1 yr +1.2281 +1.45%
Low|High 78.88 93.44

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Ed Steer, November 17, 5:14 pm

Underneath all that, the real economy in the U.S. continues to sink into the mire. The only change from this time last week are the signs that this state of affairs is accelerating to the downside. The rest of the world is slowly sinking as well -- and at some point reality with catch up with fantasy on Wall Street, along with the other bourses around the world. That's in the future somewhere -- and until that event occurs, or is precipitated, it's "party on, dude like 1929" in the U.S. equity markets. But in this 'Everything Bubble' that exists planet wide, when trouble shows up in some area of the world that no amount of paper will fix...then confidence, already hanging by a thread everywhere you care to look, will go with it. Then look out below.

SilverCOTReport, November 15, 3:16 pm

COT Silver Report - November 15, 2019.

SilverCOTReport, November 8, 3:16 pm

COT Silver Report - November 8, 2019.

SilverCOTReport, November 1, 3:17 pm

COT Silver Report - November 1, 2019.

David H. Smith, October 30, 11:53 am

A case can be made that silver's current price “stability” – believed by many to be well below where it "should" be – is the result of at least three interlocking factors. There are certainly other considerations, but the following seem especially relevant today… Our chosen metaphor is the three-legged stool. Take one leg away, and the stool topples. In the case of silver, the outcome is likely to be a violent price rise of epic proportions.

Rob Kirby, October 29, 8:34 am

Having long been a researcher of the gold and silver markets I have become familiar with the labels, “conspiracy theorist”, “gold bug”, “tin foil hat” and a host of others – less flattering. Over the years I have listened to a host mainstream economic commentators incredulously lament, “gold bugs actually believe that people meet – in rooms - and conspire to suppress the price of precious metals”. These same mainstream economic commentators frequently scoff, “if such activities were actually being undertaken, surely someone from “officialdom” would go rogue and out the perpetrators. They frequently cite the lack of such “outings” as concrete evidence that market manipulations on the part of or complicity with regulators as being “hearsay” or the product of delusionals. Well ladies and gentlemen; conspiracy theorists are deluded no more.

Theodore Butler, October 28, 12:41 pm

The emergence of a big buyer in silver and gold on lower prices complicates but doesn’t eliminate the necessity of a resolution of the extreme positioning imbalances in COMEX gold and silver futures. It also heightens the chance of a different outcome from the usual flush out of the managed money traders on lower prices, particularly if these traders hold off from aggressively adding new short positions. No guarantees, of course, but the growth of the concentrated long positions of late in both silver and gold just might portend a different outcome than the sharp selloff called for by the still-large commercial short position. That said, I wouldn’t expect the big shorts to simply roll over and play dead. The big shorts will either succeed in manipulating prices lower or they won’t, but if they do succeed I still believe it will be the last such rigged selloff.

SilverCOTReport, October 25, 3:17 pm

COT Silver Report - October 25, 2019.

SRSrocco, October 24, 9:05 am

Three of the largest silver producers in the world saw their combined mine supply continue to weaken in the first seven months of 2019. While Mexico and Chile experienced declines in their silver production, Peru was by far the biggest loser. Peru, which is the second-largest silver producer in the world, suffered an 11% decline in the country’s domestic mine supply Jan-Jul 2019. Even though the decline of silver mine supply at these leading producers isn’t impacting the current silver market price currently, it will likely do so as the Fed and central banks lose control of their QE money printing and asset purchase policy. In less than two weeks, the total U.S. debt has increased by another COOL $85 billion. With total U.S. public debt now at $22.92 trillion, it’s only a matter of time, maybe just a few weeks before we reach another record of $23 trillion.

SilverCOTReport, October 18, 3:14 pm

COT Silver Report - October 18, 2019.

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