Gold is currently trading at a historic low, falling as low as $1,000 per ounce, and silver is trading at $1.3245 per ounce.
While gold is now trading around $13,000 an ounce, silver is now around $2,400 per ounce and platinum is trading around 1,900 per ounce as of late today.
The recent surge in gold and silver has made it harder to trade the two metals at a price close to what they were on June 10, 2017.
That day, gold had hit $1.,926 per ounce before dropping to $1 on June 12.
On June 10th, gold hit a high of $1 for the first time since December 20, 2017, and the silver price had climbed above $1 per ounce for the past four days.
Gold futures are trading below their record high of around $1 a ounce.
Silver futures are also trading below $1 an ounce.
The current silver price is around $6.60 per ounce but could easily go higher.
The gold price is currently down by around 3 percent since the beginning of the week.
Gold is trading above its record high, and while silver is up around 7 percent, gold is currently the biggest single asset in the silver market.
Silver is currently being priced at around $18,300 an ounce while gold is trading for around $24,700 an ounce now.
The price of gold is also up in recent days due to the Fed’s interest rate increase and other factors.
As you can see, the gold and the Silver markets are trading at record lows, which is not what we want to see.
It is a reminder that the gold bull market of the early 1990s was just a short term bubble, which could easily be over.
The Silver market is a different story.
It has been on a steady ascent and is a much more sustainable asset than gold.
Silver has shown incredible growth over the last few years, and is currently at its highest level ever.
The silver market is now valued at over $18 trillion and is expected to grow to $35 trillion by 2026.