Gold to Silver Ratio for Last Year
|Year Change||-0.48 (-0.57%)|
One Year Gold : Silver Ratio
The above chart shows the gold: silver ratio for the last year. The gold : silver ratio is the amount of silver it would take to buy one troy ounce of gold. This ratio fluctuates all the time as the respective spot prices of gold and silver change at different rates.
The ratio is used by investors to determine the best time to invest in one metal rather than the other and in the last year this ratio has been particularly high, at over 70: 1, making silver especially cheap.