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The price of silver and gold is determined by the current spot price per troy ounce set by the world?s major markets. Due to the forces of the international market, this spot price fluctuates throughout the day whenever ... More »

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The spot price of gold and silver is derived from the price of gold and silver futures contracts in the nearest month with the most volume of that commodity on the market. Sometimes that is the current month, but it can ... More »

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The price of gold does not affect the price of silver. Simple values of supply and demand are all that govern the price of silver. Unlike most other precious metals, the demand for silver is not volatile. More »

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It is best to buy gold when the price per ounce is the lowest. In January and February 2015, gold prices per ounce ranged from $1,000 to $1,200. The average price per ounce in January 2005 was $420. More »

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Since gold is worth significantly more than silver per ounce, it is logical that gold will always be worth more than silver. For example, the live spot price of gold on April 7, 2015, was $1,211.82, but the silver spot p... More »

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