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ryshay
25th November 2009, 14:56
Au, Ag, Pt, Rhodium all up 1.9% today.

Go silver!

ccjoe
25th November 2009, 15:01
Au, Ag, Pt, Rhodium all up 1.9% today.

Go silver!

We're next in line for the moonshot:)

maic
25th November 2009, 15:37
We're next in line for the moonshot:)

Hopefully, I would have never believed that when gold hits 1200, silver is lousy 18 bucks.

ryshay
25th November 2009, 15:48
Hopefully, I would have never believed that when gold hits 1200, silver is lousy 18 bucks.

I think it is great news that in spite of all the recent attention that gold is getting (IMF sales to India), silver is keeping up with gold lock-step. The GSR has kept about the same for months.

So, when gold is in play, silver gets to "draft" behind it.

And when silver gets in play, it will slingshot ahead of gold.

I am just glad silver is not getting left behind in gold's dust.

No goldbug will ever say, "See! You should have bought gold and not silver!"

Good luck all.

LETMYSILVERGO
25th November 2009, 15:50
Hopefully, I would have never believed that when gold hits 1200, silver is lousy 18 bucks.

COME ON YOU LOUSY 18 BUCKS AND TURN INTO $180.00

Paul
25th November 2009, 16:07
Silver was $10.30 or so this time last year. Almost doubling in price is not exactly lousy? (Gold November last year $825 or so?)

Silver in a year = $10.30 to $18.80 ($8.50 increase - 82.5% rise).

Gold in a year = $825 to $1180 ($355 increase - 43% rise).

Silver has risen at twice the rate of Gold in a year???

Mighty_Men_of_Baltimore
25th November 2009, 16:49
COME ON YOU LOUSY 18 BUCKS AND TURN INTO $180.00

Holy crap! Look at that icon.

:shock:

moreair
25th November 2009, 18:22
Silver was $10.30 or so this time last year. Almost doubling in price is not exactly lousy? (Gold November last year $825 or so?)

Silver in a year = $10.30 to $18.80 ($8.50 increase - 82.5% rise).

Gold in a year = $825 to $1180 ($355 increase - 43% rise).

Silver has risen at twice the rate of Gold in a year???

Exactly. A share is a share is a share. If you are up you are up. If I had $5,000 invested in gold and it went up 43% and had the same invested in silver at 83%, I would have much more profit in silver. People who are always quoting the dollar price of gold are shallow IMO.