Why invest in gold

Gold:Silver Ratio 65?? Not Anymore

The gold to silver ratio represents the number of ounces required to buy one ounce of gold, calculated by dividing the price of a gold ounce by the price of a silver ounce. This ratio tends to rally during periods of market crisis, disruption and instability and peaks generally during recessionary periods.

Traders will monitor this ratio for spread trading opportunities, by entering into simultaneous positions that include buying at spot or a futures contract in one metal and selling at spot or a futures contract in the other metal.

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Gold:Silver Ratio 65?? Not Anymore