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According to pic related (2018 numbers), there is about 9.2 times more total above ground silver. 4.7 times more if you remove the "industrial/undetermined/lost" from the silver count. Meanwhile the gold/silver ratio is 1:96. So in terms of value there is only about 20 times (96/4.7) more total value of gold in the world than silver. Only about 10 times if you use 9.2 from above.

That does not look like it lines up with that inverted pyramid. So how is that being calculated exactly?



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