Thursday , 27 July 2017


Historical 92.3% Gold/Oil Correlation Suggests Gold Is Currently Undervalued By?

Since 1970 there has been a 92.3% correlation between the price of gold and oil. The current gold to oil ratio is 11.8. If the ratio were to resume its historical average of 15.5, the gold price would be $1,736!

The above introductory comments are taken from the chart* below by bmgbullion.com which shows the relationship between gold & oil and suggests what the current price for gold should be these days given its historical correlation.

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*http://www.bmgbullion.com/library_images/original/2105.jpg (© Copyright 2003-2012 Bullion Management Group Inc. All rights reserved.)

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One comment

  1. One important point to remember is that “historically” there was much more Oil. plus it was easier to drill for and/or bring to market, so I expect the correlation to now swing in favor of Gold (and the other PM’s).