Silver and Miners- Whats Next?

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Silver has formed a (temporary?) bottom, and looks now headed towards $40-$41. First resistance will be the 38.20% fibonacci retracement level as well as the 50 days Moving Average, which are located near $39. (see second chart below) Next resistance will be found around $41, which is the 50% Fibonacci retracement level and  a Fibonacci Fan … Continue reading “Silver and Miners- Whats Next?”

Short Covering not Speculative Buying Led to Silver’s Parabolic Rise

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Most mainstream pundits and reporters have assumed that it was speculative buying that caused Silver to go parabolic. After all, its always the dumb money or the public that gets in at the very end. However, in futures markets, parabolic moves are often the result of short squeezes. This is exactly what happened in Silver. … Continue reading “Short Covering not Speculative Buying Led to Silver’s Parabolic Rise”

Silver’s New Trading Range

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Silver’s destiny with its 200-day moving average appears to be sealed this week as a brief bounce earlier in the week failed at the 50-day moving average.  From peak to trough so far this correction has run about 35%, which is still less than the 37% correction silver underwent from its parabolic peak in 2006. … Continue reading “Silver’s New Trading Range”

How Low Can Silver Go?

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The volatility in silver is something that a lot of people can’t handle. When I first invested in silver, I was focused on hour-to-hour and day-to-day movements.  As such, the volatility in silver was the cause of a ton of stress, even if I traded the moves well. Now, with a little more experience, I am … Continue reading “How Low Can Silver Go?”

Think Silver Has Gone Parabolic.

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This essay will attempt to address the question of whether or not silver prices are in a bubble, or possibly may be turning into a bubble and if so what trading strategies may be suited to the situation. This article will hopefully provide another string to the readers bow in attempting to identify bubbles and being able to protect one’s portfolio and even potentially profit from them. For the record we feel it is prudent to state our view upfront, we do not think silver is in a bubble at this point in time. However we think that it is likely that it will become a bubble in the future, but we cannot say when or at what price.

Downside Targets for Silver

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Silver is in a structural bull market and will see significantly higher prices in the coming years. However, now is not the time to be buying. The market has spiked and a retracement is coming.’s public opinion as of last week was over 90% bulls. The daily sentiment index as of last week was … Continue reading “Downside Targets for Silver”

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