Presentation on theme: "10 Gold/Silver Ratios The ratio of gold to silver is the number of Kilograms of silver which one can buy with one kilogram of gold.ratio of gold to silver."— Presentation transcript:
10 Gold/Silver Ratios The ratio of gold to silver is the number of Kilograms of silver which one can buy with one kilogram of gold.ratio of gold to silver This ratio has varied greatly through history:
90 90 Was the ratio of silver to gold when the price of an ounce of silver was at a low in With one kilogram of gold one could buy 90 kilograms of silver.
51 51 Was the average ratio of the price of gold to silver in
17 17 Was the gold/silver ratio at the time of the record gold and silver prices in 1980.
15 15 Was the official ratio of gold to silver during the great period of Bi metallism, 15 ½ for France (1803), for the USA (1800), for England (1806).silver during the great period of Bi metallism
Was the ratio in Greece at the time of the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC.
12 12 Was the gold/silver ratio in Antiquity in Rome.
13 13 Is the ratio of world production from 1493 to For this 400 year period 13 times more silver than gold was produced.
8 8 Was the ratio of silver to gold production in the world in What is being said is that eight times more silver than gold was produced in 2006.gold
Is the ratio of all production of gold and silver during one century ( ). In the 103 year period, there was 7.64 times more silver than gold produced in the world.ratio of all production of gold and silver
Was the ratio of the ground reserves of silver to gold in 2000.
It is astonishing to see that we produce 8 times more silver than gold, that the reserves are 6 times larger, but that the price of the silver is 50 times lower. Over the period of the history one kilo of gold was exchanged between 10 and 90 kilograms of silver, today it is exchanged at 51. During the raw materials bear market, silver suffered much more than gold. Silver has already caught up with part of the lag in its price, but there still is a way to go.
Conclusion -The price of an ounce of silver will continue to increase more quickly than that of gold. For example, if the gold price rises 100%, the price of silver can increase between 100 and 600% depending on the evolution of the ratio. -With gold at 2000 dollars, the price of an ounce of silver may be between 40 and 100 dollars. As more time passes it is more probable that the ratio will go lower, be patient. Dr Thomas Chaize Mailing list free You may send this presentation to anyone you wish, it is encouraged by the author.