If you’ve ever bought gold or silver bullion, or at least followed the fortunes of these metals, you may recall that for years commodity experts talked of an iron-clad price ratio between these two precious metals of 35:1—favoring gold, of course. Once prices for these metals got too much out of alignment with each other, investment analysts started to fret.
KeywordsPrecious Metal Silver Lining Price Relationship Star Effect Century Record
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