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copper vs. silver ratio. copper undervalued

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Published on Mar 15, 2011

this is a video talking about copper being way undervalued compared to silver. the current ratio is at 135 to 1 compared to normally 60 to 1. copper is at $4.24 a pound and silver is at $36 an ounce ($576 a lb) if you divide $576 from $4.24 you get a 135 to 1 difference. the normal range is around 60 to 1. copper is way undervalued and will rise if silver continues to rise for its hedge against inflation/hyperinflation. copper coins have always been the base level of all world currency since the beginning of society.

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