Live Silver Price Chart

Live price of silver per ounce, gram & kilo
OneGold’s silver price chart shows real-time data for silver prices today and the historical price of silver per ounce. Silver prices may be viewed for any date within the last 30 years in the interactive chart below. Simply click on the date range to view silver price movements for that time period. You can also hover your mouse over the silver prices chart to see the specific price of silver for each day.

Live Silver Spot Prices

Live Silver Spot Price Silver Spot Price Today Silver Spot Change
Live Silver Price per Ounce $18.20 $0.30
Live Silver Price per Gram $0.59 $0.01
Live Silver Price per Kilo $585.14 $9.65

Silver Historical Spot Prices

Silver News

Silver Markets Pullback Two Major Moving Average

Silver Markets Pullback Two Major Moving Average

Silver markets fell slightly during the trading session on Thursday, reaching down towards the 50 day EMA. This of course is an area where people pay attention.

Source: FX Empire
01/24/2020
Silver Could Be Close To An Important Resolution

Silver Could Be Close To An Important Resolution

As is common, the USD/ZAR ratio has now retraced to the breakout area in some sort of rising wedge pattern. The breakout of the wedge could mean that Silver’s current consolidation is close to resolution.

Source: SilverSeek.com
01/24/2020
Silver Slips to 3-Week Low

Silver Slips to 3-Week Low

Silver prices fell sharply on Tuesday, as the decline of 1.7% was the sharpest one-day drop since December 6. With a lack of U.S. fundamental releases until Thursday, any moves on Wednesday will be subject to technical factors, barring any major geopolitical developments.

Source: Yahoo Finance
01/23/2020
Silver Price Bulls Capped at $18.12

Silver Price Bulls Capped at $18.12

Silver price (XAGUSD) trades 0.12% higher at $17.78 after yesterday’s sharp correction. The silver price gave up early gains after initial concerns for the coronavirus outbreak ease. Silver price had the same reaction as in the Iran-USA tensions.

Source: Investing Cube
01/23/2020
Government Prosecutor Concerned About Defense Attorney Representation In Spoofing Case

Government Prosecutor Concerned About Defense Attorney Representation In Spoofing Case

What was unusual about those indicted was that they were high ranking executives at a major investment bank, JP Morgan, and not the same small time traders that prosecutors usually choose to arrest.

Source: Forbes
01/23/2020
Is Now The Time To ‘Buy The Dip’ In Silver? [Video]

Is Now The Time To ‘Buy The Dip’ In Silver? [Video]

Where are commodity prices heading next?  Watch Phil Carr at The Gold & Silver Club review Silver with the latest price forecast and predictions.

Source: FX Street
01/23/2020
Silver Price Forecast – Silver Markets Pulled Back Drastically

Silver Price Forecast – Silver Markets Pulled Back Drastically

Precious metals have been in an uptrend for some time, and it’s likely that they will continue to be even if we do fall from here. Metals are getting a bit of a boost due to the loose monetary policy around the world and of course risk avoidance at times. That being said, it’s very likely that this market will find buyers.

Source: Yahoo Finance
01/22/2020
Why a Breakout for Silver is Likely Within the Next 12 Months

Why a Breakout for Silver is Likely Within the Next 12 Months

The lagging performance of silver may be discouraging, but a breakout for silver is very likely within the next 12 months as long as gold can continue to hold its breakout level at $1,380/oz.

Source: ETF Daily News
01/22/2020
Why Goldman Sachs's Currie Is Bullish on Commodities in 2020

Why Goldman Sachs's Currie Is Bullish on Commodities in 2020

Bloomberg-- Jeff Currie, global head of commodities research at Goldman Sachs, discusses the potential for carbon capture technologies, oil prices and his outlook for metals. 

Source: BNN Bloomberg
01/22/2020
Silver Moves Higher But Falls Right Back Down

Silver Moves Higher But Falls Right Back Down

Silver prices are choppy, as the metal is having a tough time moving away from the 18.00 level. With no key U.S. events on the calendar, traders can expect silver prices to remain steady on Tuesday.

Source: FX Empire
01/21/2020
Silver (XAGUSD) Price Awaiting Bearish or Bullish Breakout at $18 Price Level!

Silver (XAGUSD) Price Awaiting Bearish or Bullish Breakout at $18 Price Level!

Should the Bulls gather enough momentum to push up the price to retest the resistance level of $18 and the Daily candle closes above the level; the resistance level of $19 may be the next target.

Source: Crypto Vibes
01/20/2020
Silver Ticks Above $18.00

Silver Ticks Above $18.00

Silver is back in familiar territory, as it hugs the 18.00 level. The metal showed strong swings last week, as tensions soared and then subsided after a major flare-up between Iran and the United States.

Source: Yahoo Finance
01/20/2020
The Biggest Silver Bull Market is about to Knock on the Door – Are You Ready?

The Biggest Silver Bull Market is about to Knock on the Door – Are You Ready?

Silver is undervalued when you look at the gold-to-silver ratio, which now stands at a staggering 1:86. As countries around the world make efforts to stimulate growth and manufacturing, the demand for silver could skyrocket.

Source: Commodity Trade Mantra
01/16/2020
Silver Bounces in the US-China Deal Signing Day

Silver Bounces in the US-China Deal Signing Day

Silver bounced on Wednesday, boosted by the sign of the "phase one" agreement between the U.S. and China in Washington.

Source: FX Street
01/16/2020
Silver hovers around $17.90 mark, U. S. retail sales data in focus

Silver hovers around $17.90 mark, U. S. retail sales data in focus

A daily close above $18.02 will test key resistances at $18.04, $18.17, $18.32, $18.40, $18.87, $18.98, $19.08 and $19.24 marks respectively.

Source: EconoTimes
01/16/2020
Silver Undervalued? Just Wait and See What Will Happen in 2020

Silver Undervalued? Just Wait and See What Will Happen in 2020

Silver is undervalued when you look at the gold-to-silver ratio, which now stands at a staggering 1:86. As countries around the world make efforts to stimulate growth and manufacturing, the demand for silver could skyrocket.

Source: Coinspeaker
01/15/2020
The Periodic Table of Commodity Returns

The Periodic Table of Commodity Returns

Gold gained 18.3% to finish with the best return the yellow metal has seen in a decade. Silver followed suit with a similar story, rallying 15.2% over the calendar year.

Source: Visual Capitalist
01/15/2020
Silver Markets Rally For Wednesday

Silver Markets Rally For Wednesday

The silver markets rallied a bit during the trading session on Wednesday, as we continue to see an interest in silver overall, but we have had a nice pullback offering value.

Source: FX Empire
01/15/2020
Silver Price Forecast – Silver Markets Pull Back

Silver Price Forecast – Silver Markets Pull Back

Silver markets pulled back just a bit during the trading session on Monday, as we continue to hover around the $18.00 level. That being said, that is a good sign, as it is a large, round, psychologically significant figure.

Source: FX Empire
01/14/2020
Big Trend Analysis for Silver Investor – Part I

Big Trend Analysis for Silver Investor – Part I

Historically, Silver rallies 6 to 12+ months after Gold begins a price rally.  The big break in the Gold to Silver ratio comes at a time when Gold rallies by more than 30% to 60% faster than the price of Silver.  In other words, when a major disparity sets up in the price of Gold compared to the price of Silver, then Silver explodes higher.

Source: Yahoo Finance
01/14/2020
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Annual Closing Silver Prices and % Returns by Currency

Below are the historical year-end prices for silver in USD, EUR, GBP, CAD, AUD, JPY, CHF, CNY, and INR. You can also see the annual
percentage returns as measured in each currency.

YEAR USD USD% EUR EUR% GBP GBP% CAD CAD% AUD AUD% JPY JPY% CHF CHF% CNY CNY% INR
2017 16.865 3.71 14.07 -9.70 12.48 -5.44 21.211 -2.81 21.5737 -4.35 1899.24 0.00 16.428 -0.62 109.727 -2.76 1076.49
2016 15.99 15.7 11.06 18.6 17.446 37.5 21.478 11.8 22.166 16.6 1857.15 11.7 16.192 17.0 111.786 23.1 1079.217
2015 13.82 -15.56 9.328 -40.86 12.688 19.36 19.211 3.42 19.01 -2.84 1662.62 -14.97 13.839 -14.74 89.997 -10.12 915.366
2014 15.97 -22.10 131.1397 -7.71 10.2319 -15.00 18.5539 36.58 19.5505 39.82 1911.53 99.38 15.879 25.90 99.1034 88.13 1008.73
2013 19.5 -53.59 14.1531 -60.48 11.7663 -57.43 20.7402 -43.91 21.842 -32.18 2051.455 -25.38 17.3628 -57.54 118.043 -59.87 1207.933
2012 29.95 5.91 22.7135 4.08 18.5242 1.54 29.8482 3.40 28.8718 3.28 2572.11 14.78 27.3533 2.84 188.718 5.05 1637.94
2011 28.18 -8.69 21.7859 -5.01 18.2395 -8.17 28.8338 -6.22 27.9236 -7.94 2191.84 -13.95 26.5766 -8.39 179.188 -12.68 1536.47
2010 30.63 44.53 22.877 48.43 19.7295 46.81 30.6269 41.80 30.1399 36.88 2497.57 37.26 28.8075 38.79 201.907 42.63 1388.17
2009 16.99 36.49 11.7986 34.68 10.4941 29.41 17.8242 26.03 19.0237 17.88 1566.99 37.78 17.6322 35.40 115.824 36.49 794.44
2008 10.79 -36.79 7.7071 -30.15 7.4082 0.53 13.1854 -9.82 15.6218 -7.77 974.984 -69.93 11.3899 -45.88 73.5587 -46.36 530.985
2007 14.76 12.60 10.0306 2.42 7.369 10.82 14.4796 -3.39 16.8353 2.66 1656.81 7.51 16.6153 5.00 107.661 6.49 581.95
2006 12.9 31.55 9.7876 23.76 6.5716 22.00 14.9705 30.98 16.3882 25.99 1532.39 32.39 15.7844 26.58 100.669 29.26 571.246
2005 8.83 22.82 7.4616 33.04 5.126 31.17 10.332 20.56 12.1289 27.97 1036.02 32.21 11.5885 33.46 71.2095 20.89 397.747
2004 6.815 12.47 4.9963 5.29 3.5284 5.34 8.208 5.95 8.7362 8.90 702.286 9.08 7.7105 3.94 56.3362 12.47 297.679
2003 5.965 21.79 4.7322 6.11 3.3399 13.35 7.7199 4.75 7.9591 -3.74 638.553 13.42 7.4067 12.68 49.3109 21.79 271.109
2002 4.665 3.11 4.4429 -14.95 2.8939 -7.72 7.3534 2.23 8.2566 -7.02 552.849 -7.19 6.4676 -16.91 38.566 3.11 223.309
2001 4.52 -1.22 5.1073 3.78 3.1172 1.63 7.1895 4.54 8.8366 6.61 592.617 11.68 7.5611 1.09 37.3655 -1.36 217.701
2000 4.575 -16.50 4.9141 -8.08 3.0664 -7.56 6.863 -12.76 8.2524 0.82 523.426 -4.00 7.4788 -13.83 37.8723 -16.52 213.378
1999 5.33 5.3114 3.2983 7.7386 8.1848 544.353 8.5131 44.1297 231.908

Silver FAQs

Have you thought about investing in silver, but you're not sure where to start? One of the first things you need to consider is how silver markets work. Once you understand the best ways to buy silver at the best prices, you can move on to learning about silver investments.

Silver Investment

When you're ready to make a silver investment, it helps to understand why silver is a popular option. There's only so much silver available in the world. 50% of the annual silver supply is used in industrial applications. Silver is second only to oil in the amount of industrial applications this precious metal is used for our day-to - day conveniences.This affordable white metal has thousands upon thousands of modern-day industrial uses.

Demand For Silver

Industrial demand for silver — which has industrial, as well as a precious metal, characteristics — grew by 4 % to 599 million ounces in 2017, according to a report produced for The Silver Institute by the GFMS team at Thomson Reuters.That was the first rise in four years for silver industrial fabrication, which makes up about 60 % of silver offtake.

Bitcoin Price Chart

Bitcoin is not based on any physical commodity and only comes into being through “mining,” or using one’s computing power to solve equations. If your computer does enough work, you are paid in Bitcoin. And the most Bitcoins will ever be produced is 21 million, the reason is to protect Bitcoin from artificial inflation through “minting” more coins.

OneGold combines the features of privacy and security of a distributed ledger with the benefits of true physical precious metals backing and the convenience of storing your metal online.

Physical Silver Investment

Physical silver investment buying has surged over the past decade, accounting for only 4% of total silver demand in 2003 to 25% in 2013.

Silver as Asset Protection

This silver investment demand is a recent and growing phenomenon, partly due to the financial crisis of 2008 (where the average American lost about 40% of their wealth on paper) and partly due to the general public’s growing awareness of and direct access to the investment benefits of precious metals.

Is Silver is Better than Gold?

Historically silver also preserves wealth against the ravages of price inflations and fiat currency debasements. Between 1971 and 1980 (a decade in which the U.S. dollar lost more than half of its value) silver prices rose more than 38 times.