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Trade the Ratio: The Precious Metal Investors’ Guide to Trading the Silver-to-Gold Ratio for Optimal Gains

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Of all the reasons to own precious metals, return on investment isn't one of them. Buying and holding silver or gold, aka "stacking," only guarantees the owner the preservation of his...
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Of all the reasons to own precious metals, return on investment isn't one of them. 

Buying and holding silver or gold, aka "stacking," only guarantees the owner the preservation of his wealth. Trading the Silver-to-Gold Ratio, however, will earn the investor a modest return-on-investment. 

Trade the Ratio explains the opportunities and traps with the silver-to-gold ratio. The author also provides lessons-learned from his own investing experiences that will save the reader money and frustration. 

The book offers four investment scenarios, each with their own situation and challenges. Here are the ten-year returns for each of the scenarios: 
Scenario A: 24.03% 
Scenario B: 11.00% 
Scenario C: 50.30% 
Scenario D: 32.84% 

To compare, buying and holding silver or gold would have resulted in far less: 
Silver "stacker" ROI (coins): -27.34% 
Gold "stacker" ROI (coins): 0.18% 
Silver "stacker" ROI (ETF): -11.21% 
Gold "stacker" ROI (ETF): 4.15% 

Ratio trading has been a topic within precious metals circles for some time. It is a simple concept, but it requires discipline and a new mind-set. In fact, there are seven maxims and plenty of warnings in this book that the ratio trader must consider in order to succeed. 

Trade the Ratio is the first in-depth analysis that explores several possible ratio strategies. But that is only Chapter Four. Precious metals investing introduces many new considerations, and Trade the Ratio is the best introduction to all these factors. You'll get exposure to reasons for owning silver and gold, and topics that influence the value of precious metals such as monetary policy, fiscal policy, geopolitical events, supply and demand, and macroeconomic factors.