#Gold #silver #preciousmetals In this video I talk about the historical gold silver ration and why it is very unlikely. The best way to explain the gold silver ratio is the amount of ounces of silver it takes to buy 1 ounce of gold. In this video I talk about the paper gold silver ratio and I also talk about the physical gold silver ratio and why that matters as well. The most common gold silver ratio trading strategy is to buy silver at a GSR over 80 and Gold at a GSR under 60. The gold silver ratio in 2020 hit all time highs but it is now under 100 again. The GESER (gold eagle silver eagle ratio) is currently around 75. One gold silver ratio strategy is to sell gold for silver when the ratio is high, but I believe diversity within precious metals is important so I don’t practice this. If you want to make a gold silver ratio trade then you will need to factor in premiums. I think that the GSR is important to look at when gold investing and silver investing because it gives you a good idea which precious metal is better to be investing in at any given time. If you would like to support our channel please check out our shop page for all our hand poured silver. https://backyardbullion.com/product-category/all-items/ Join the channel and show your support by becoming a BYB Rambling society member today! https://www.youtube.com/backyardbullion/join If you would like to support our channel please consider purchasing our T-shirts please visit this link: https://teespring.com/en-GB/new-byb-hallmarked-t-shirt or have a look at our website: https://backyardbullion.com/product-category/all-items/ Stay safe, stay healthy all. Thanks also to the channel sponsor The Silver Forum! http://thesilverforum.com/ A 4k Camera & close ups of coins! What more can you want!? What do you think? Comment below! Comments welcome below or email me at [email protected] Follow me on Instagram: @BackyardBullion www.instagram.com/backyardbullion Thanks for watching and I will see you next time! generic silver, generic silver bar, silver investing, silver bar, silver bars, silver round, silver coins, silver stacker, invest in silver, buy silver, what silver is the best, best silver to invest in, 100 oz silver bar, silver coin, silver sale, purchase silver, buying silver, physical silver, silver bullion, silver to purchase, investing, gold coin,1 oz gold coin, what gold coin to buy, gold investment, investing in gold, gold coins, buy cheap gold, cheap gold

17 Replies to “This Is Why Silver Will Never Correct To Historical Ratios!”

  1. Very good video – time will tell. I think different societies exist which will want to do different things which means you may have more symmetry with view to a past notion of metals being used in day to day transactions and other societies will want something else – the world is not uniform.

    I like the silver forum but I don’t see so much on offer that is at spot price with regard to silver but I suppose the number of prospective buyers outweighs those selling at such rates.

    I think some silver bought from dealers is within the boundaries of acceptability that amounts to a few pounds over spot price but the vast majority is silver priced three times or more and as far as I can tell that is down to some motif or perhaps some collectible dimension and even the mintage volume.

    The volatility of specifically silver is I think also impacted by trading variables which can I think lead to distortions.

    I don’t see why a digital world should be enforced on the worlds population and the consequences of freedom and civil liberties is yet to be computed by people to my mind which will I think impact desires of people once that becomes apparent.

    The dangers of a universal existence with view to everything online is I think very potentially significant to behavioural change and there are many pitfalls with what you implied as being an advanced paradigm going forward.

    I like your videos and appreciate your thoughts.

    Thank you for uploading.

  2. The premise of your whole argument or conclusion, is this time it’s different. That is funny, I’m in my early 70s, and I’ve heard that statement many times, this time it’s different, usually turns out to be wrong.

  3. Never seen any one else with those star metals antique 10.43 ounce bars. I have 2. Do you remember what you paid for the premium?

    1. @Backyard Bullion cool! I was just wondering. When I first saw mine in the lcs it had a spot plus $100. After it not being sold for a while I got it for significantly less. Probably about 10% also. Thanks for the response. Love the info in the videos. Keep up the good work!!

  4. Just what is going to be used as a medium of exchange? Barter? Bitcoin – that can be lost with a solar emf. Good old silver ,gold , nickel, copper, when the SHTF SEEMS MOST LIKELY AS WE AREN,T FARMERS ANYMORE.

  5. Silver is money now really.
    In places people still do barter.
    I know a guy that this week payed for hay with Silver. And he can keep right on doing it instead of cash. I completely fine with it.

  6. Yes there is a real need to use gold and silver. And its the reason governments went away from it.
    It keeps iedoit politicians and governments under control.
    They can’t spend to much on a g & s standard.

  7. Silver can be used to barter, just in case one does not want to use fiat money for small priced items.

  8. Silver most conductive & reflective metal on earth! The best heat transfer metal also! Age of batteries, robots and space ships are upon us! I’d expect silver to be valued more than gold!

  9. Gold and silver have value not because a person says it has value but because you do a lot with these metals! By the way these metals maintain their value!

  10. I feel that silver is being held back the big tech industries and banks know how useful it is and is becoming, so to avoid people buying in huge volumes they keep it looking as an un important commodity, however I also believe that gold will be a great safety measure against the current and future inflation rates at least and a good long term investment as best. Best wishes 👍🏽😎

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