Monetary Metals Supply and Demand Report: 21 Sep, 2014

That slow-burning fuse finally lit off the fireworks in silver. We have long been calling for a rising gold to silver ratio, which means for silver to fall in gold terms (and we are not aware of anyone else who has). On Friday, that ratio spiked over 68. The silver price is now about 456mg [...]



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  1. stustev says:

    I understand your analysis of ‘the market’ but how do we differentiate between the paper metal market and the metal metal market?
    The paper market has the greatest influence right now but won’t the paper market lose that influence pretty soon?
    Does your analysis allow a view into this relationship?
    Isn’t the current state of affairs manipulated by the paper market to allow cheaper purchase of metal?

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