QuantitativeExhaustion
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Gold Silver Ratio 60+

FX:XAUUSD   Gold / U.S. Dollar
3235 36 30
Here is a historical chart of the gold/silver ratio             . From my research we are in a lagging bullish condition. If you take a look at the ratio, we can see silver             often runs or drops before gold             . With that knowledge we can get ahead of the curve when we see a fast rising gold/silver ratio             . We also can see in this chart we have lagging conditions. It looks as if we are ready for a very bullish silver             run followed by a gold             run. I can not promise we can see further downside on gold             , but I can promise we are closer to a silver             bottom or have already hit rock bottom. Unless the ratio crashes once again.

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Out of all the PM's, platinum is the cheapest by far.
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Platinum falls below 1.0 ratio of gold
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Platinum downtrend versus silver
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Anybody have a good link for an article on using ratios?
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Investopedia

http://www.investopedia.com/articles/trading/09/gold-silver-ration.asp
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Trading The Gold-Silver Ratio

For the hard-asset enthusiast, the gold-silver ratio is part of common parlance, but for the average investor, this arcane metric is anything but well-known. This is unfortunate because there's great profit potential using a number of well-established strategies that rely on this ratio.

In a nutshell, the gold-silver ratio represents the number of silver ounces it takes to buy a single ounce of gold. It sounds simple, but this ratio is more useful than you might think. Read on to find out how you can benefit from this ratio.

How the Ratio Works
When gold trades at $500 per ounce and silver at $5, traders refer to a gold-silver ratio of 100. Today the ratio floats, as gold and silver are valued daily by market forces, but this wasn't always the case. The ratio has been permanently set at different times in history - and in different places - by governments seeking monetary stability.

The essence of trading the gold-silver ratio is to switch holdings when the ratio swings to historically determined "extremes."

Drawbacks of the Trade
The obvious difficulty with the trade is correctly identifying those "extreme" relative valuations between the metals. If the ratio hits 100 and you sell your gold for silver, then the ratio continues to expand, hovering for the next five years between 120 and 150, you're stuck. A new trading precedent has apparently been set, and to trade back into gold during that period would mean a contraction in your metal holdings.

What is there to do in that case? One could always continue to add to one's silver holdings and wait for a contraction in the ratio, but nothing is certain. This is the essential risk to those trading the ratio. It also points out the need to successfully monitor ratio changes over the short and medium term in order to catch the more likely "extremes" as they emerge.

Conclusion
There's an entire world of investing permutations available to the gold-silver ratio trader. What's most important is to know one's own trading personality and risk profile. For the hard-asset investor concerned with the ongoing value of his or her nation's fiat currency, the gold-silver ratio trade offers the security of knowing, at the very least, that he or she always possesses the metal.
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Nickmail QuantitativeExhaustion
yep maybe now maybe on 1190 but target is 1560
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Nickmail QuantitativeExhaustion
http://gyazo.com/407da8e5e7ec654c66942d44812368a2 probably you can do it today or tommorow
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Nickmail Nickmail
http://gyazo.com/0845a153eb14fe2705b0f883bb537a38 here is something too
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1198 nice prediction
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is done
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Nickmail QuantitativeExhaustion
1560 inside impulse down
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do not remove your comment about your short ))))))
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Nickmail QuantitativeExhaustion
no !
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Gold/Silver Ratio had a great signal
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Nickmail QuantitativeExhaustion
22.10 is max what can see
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What gives you that number 22.10?
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Nickmail QuantitativeExhaustion
http://gyazo.com/58a604723820bd1eb19c1bf622bf5900 daily is critical weak first target can be 22.10-22.50
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Nickmail Nickmail
next can be 26 but much later
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Silver Chart
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Gold/Silver Ratio
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Gold/Silver Ratio Bearish Signal
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Gold still unfavorable and has TRIX/Fisher Convergence with a slightly diverging CCI.
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Daily falling knife bounce
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Thought this was a nice gann / fib hit.
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Sometimes Gann works.
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Gold/Silver drop led us to believe a drop in gold would soon happen
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LEONES PRO QuantitativeExhaustion
not in straight line, another wave up to 1350 is in the cards
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that maybe true. I expect the dollar to *drop and that will help gold
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so far it did not work out it seems.
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gold/silver ratio hit 80. We know silver is much cheaper than gold right now.
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rphessing QuantitativeExhaustion
thanks for your reply. So I assume I read your chart wrong by looking at the lower two charts instead.
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those little humps was all the bull market had left in the tank. Bear route took over in just about all commodities
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It would have been nice to see how gold/silver reacts when both metals are in a bear market. 80+ gold/silver started to last silver bull markets followed by the gold bull
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OK so here is the Silver Gold ratio. As we can see Silver is a much better buy than Gold.
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Marking bottoms again
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