Silver to Gold Ratio

Metals are on the move and many people are turning their eye to the unusually high Silver to Gold Ratio.  The Silver to Gold Ratio is how many ounces of silver are equal to one ounce of gold (Gold divided by Silver).  Generally, a ratio of 50 is considered high and at this moment the ratio is sitting at 91 (that is, 91 ounces of silver per 1 ounce of gold).

We have seen a large number of investors selling off their gold with many of them trading gold for silver.  This has resulted in a glut of gold on the market and premiums have plummeted to very unusual lows, meaning you can get a 1 oz. Gold coin for much less of a premium over Spot than normal.

If you’re looking to take advantage of the high ratio by getting into silver then check out our Generic Silver, which can be purchased for as low as $0.40 over spot if you buy 500 oz. or more.  Generic Silver refers to silver items that are either damaged, odd weight or odd shape.  Below is a picture of an unusual 100 oz. Silver Bar by Handy and Harman that we are currently selling for the Generic Silver price.

Handy & Harman Silver Bar, 100 oz.

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