• Gold: 1,301.33 1.22
  • Silver: 16.47 -0.02
  • Euro: 1.165 -0.001
  • USDX: 94.188 0.279
  • Oil: 67.69 -3.01

Live Silver

Bid|Ask 16.47 16.55
Low|High 16.45 16.71
Change -0.02  -0.13% 
May 25, 2018 17:00:00 EST
1 mo -0.1045 -0.63%
1 yr -0.6735 -3.93%
Low|High 14.16 18.21

Live Gold

Bid|Ask 1,301.33 1,301.75
Low|High 1,299.85 1,307.80
Change 1.22  0.09% 
May 25, 2018 17:00:00 EST
1 mo -21.32 -1.61%
1 yr +46.3 +3.69%
Low|High 1,204.72 1,366.08

Gold-Silver Ratio

Bid|Ask 78.64 79.03
Low|High 78.12 78.98
Change 0.3705  0.47% 
May 25, 2018 17:00:00 EST
1 mo -1.1112 -1.39%
1 yr +5.5768 +7.63%
Low|High 72.38 84.85

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David Morgan, May 25, 6:30 pm

Are global hot-spot eruptions more likely to cause flight to the US Dollar, or precious metals, or both – and in what order? Despite what the mainstream media and government stats claim, what obvious signs of our true economic health or ill are right in front of our eyes if we will only awaken?

SilverCOTReport, May 25, 3:21 pm

COT Silver Report - May 25, 2018

Eric Sprott, May 25, 1:35 pm

“The week has been—I would just say from a normal understanding of economics and financial situations—rather chaotic, to say the least… It must be confusing for the average viewer to try and figure out what’s going on here. Sometimes I suspect that we’re only told half of the information. And we’re told in a very biased way.”

Frank Holmes, May 21, 10:13 am

The best performing metal this week was silver, down just 1.34 percent. Both gold and silver stabilized by Wednesday, after real yields surged about 9 basis points the first few days of the week, and then largely traded sideways the rest of the week. Despite the dollar the interest rates continued higher, but at a slower pace.

Steven Saville, May 21, 9:19 am

In a blog post a week ago I discussed why silver’s Commitments of Traders (COT) situation was nowhere near as bullish as it had been portrayed in numerous articles over the preceding two months. This prompted some criticism that involves a misunderstanding of how I use the COT data. Before I address the criticism, a brief recap is in order.

Ira Epstein, May 18, 4:12 pm

On a close under 15.90, you might consider a purchase of a 14.00 Put. On a close over 16.25, consider a 19.00 Call. Once you enter, consider writing a further out of the money Put if you bought a Put or writing a further out of the money Call if you bought a Call. By doing so, you will cut down the amount of risk and cost of the original Put or Call while allowing participation via the breakout.

SilverCOTReport, May 18, 3:19 pm

COT Silver Report - May 18, 2018

Eric Sprott, May 18, 2:21 pm

“The pension crisis is not going away. Of course, you start raising rates and it puts an even greater stress on pensions. You know, pensions own bonds—we’re in a bear market in bonds! They’re losing money. In fact, there’s a chart you can see every day that shows the net gain of stocks and bonds together. And so far this year, I think it’s probably zero—if not negative—the combined total of stock market gains and bond market losses. So these pension funds that were underfunded… now they’re not even making any money!”

Stefan Gleason, May 15, 4:03 pm

The primary trend for gold and silver over the past year and a half has been the absence of any clear direction in prices. Metals markets have been stuck in consolidation mode. Yet for silver, in particular, that consolidation has formed a clear and potentially powerful pattern.

Mike Maloney, May 15, 9:58 am

Is silver going to be making a big move sometime soon? The evidence is building that the answer to that question might be yes. Join Mike Maloney for this latest update on the silver market.

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