NIA has just published two exclusive charts of the gold/silver ratio that you won't find anywhere else! One of NIA's charts shows the gold/silver ratio from 1901 through today along with how many standards of deviation the ratio is above or below its long-term average. NIA's second chart shows the gold/silver ratio from 1901 through today along with its historical highest and lowest 1st percentile, 5th percentile, 10th percentile, and 25th percentile along with its long-term median.
On March 12th, NIA suggested SLV December 2020 $15 call options at $1.44 as soon as the gold/silver ratio surpassed 100. We said it was a guaranteed sure way to earn a 500%-1,000% return because we knew it would be impossible for the gold/silver ratio to remain north of 100 for an extended period of time.
Previously, the gold/silver ratio peaked in 1939 at 101.25 and in 1991 at 101.76. On both occasions, it peaked at a level that was nearly 2.5 standard deviations above the long-term average of 50.65. On March 18th, the gold/silver ratio peaked at a new all-time high of 125.89, which was more than 3.5 standard deviations above the long-term average of 50.65. Today, the gold/silver ratio settled at 82.37, which is only 1.5 standard deviations above the long-term average of 50.65.
The gold/silver ratio has been at least 1 standard deviation above the long-term average of 50.65 for the last 1,189 consecutive days. Between June 18, 1990 and February 2, 1994, the gold/silver ratio was at least 1 standard deviation above the long-term average of 50.65 for 1,325 consecutive days. If history repeats itself, the gold/silver ratio will return to 71.48 on December 6th. Based on gold's settlement price today of $1,890 per oz it would equal a silver price of $26.44 per oz, which would price SLV at approximately $24.23 per share. If SLV hits $24.23 per share by year-end 2020, NIA's SLV call option suggestion will rise to at least $9.23 for a gain of 540.97% from NIA's suggestion price of $1.44.
Considering that gold is likely to make significant gains between now and year-end... a return to a gold/silver ratio of 71.48 by year-end will likely result in NIA's SLV call option suggestion finishing the year with a gain closer to 1,000%. NIA's SLV call option suggestion at its intraday high today of $6.66 was up by 362.5% since NIA's March 12th suggestion at $1.44.
The current gold/silver ratio of 82.37 still ranks among the top 10% of all historical gold/silver ratios from 1901 through today!
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