Comment: The Coinage Act of 1792 the Ag:Au ratio was set by law

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The Coinage Act of 1792 the Ag:Au ratio was set by law

Since 1900 it took 47±6 ounces of Silver to buy an Ounce of Gold.

For the past 113 years the gold silver ratio has been between 41 and 53.

Today at a ratio of 65, Gold is over-valued and Silver undervalued.

If gold is properly priced to reflect the increase in the money supply then silver should be $27/oz to match historical Au:Ag ratio.

Who knows what tomorrow will bring? But with $2 Trillion in excess reserves on hand they can expense all kinds manipulations without affecting their bottom line.

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