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Silver Looks Set to React Violently - Anytime Now

Prolonged underperformance by silver is a sign of a bottom. Volume indicators have improved, especially this year, a positive sign. Unlike gold, silver’s COT structure showed further deterioration last week, and readings are now at levels that are construed as bearish. There is plenty of room for improvement, which will come about if the silver reacts back as expected on a continuation of the dollar rally.

Catalyst to Shock Silver Stocks from their Zombified Stupor Close-by

The likely catalyst to shock silver stocks from their zombified stupor is nearing with each passing day. Once these QE-inflated stock markets inevitably succumb to QT and roll over, gold and silver investment demand will return. The tiny silver market will rapidly surge on major capital inflows, with lots of room to mean revert far higher relative to gold.

Here’s The Fundamental That Will Push The Silver Price Up Much Higher

While Mainstream analysts continue to generate silver price forecasts based on supply and demand factors, they fail to include one of the most important key forces. Unfortunately, the top paid Wall Street analysts haven’t figured it out that supply and demand forces don’t impact the silver price all that much. Frustrated precious metals investors need to realize this important key factor.

Brace for a Rally in Silver Prices – The Market’s Stepchild will Outperform All

Not only is silver undervalued relative to gold but also to increasingly over valued stocks, bonds & property markets. Since the beginning of 2017, silver prices have disappointed many investors. However, things are starting to look up & industry observers believe it will outperform gold this quarter & into 2018. In-fact, the more the silver prices get suppressed, the more volatile its breakout will be.

Gold and Silver Test Key Support Zones on Dollar Bounce

Gold and silver currently find themselves in the red for the month of Sept. But the dollar could very easily weaken again. If buyers manage to defend their ground around $1,276 in gold & $16.80 in silver & they go on to rise back, then the bullish trend would re-establish. Also a correction in US stock markets, tighter monetary conditions & raised geopolitical risks could boost the appetite for gold and silver.

Volatile Silver Prices Love to Violate Technical Levels - Expect Anything but Smooth Sailing

Trading silver is not for the faint of heart… Trading silver requires a nimble approach to the market. On a technical basis, there is one key level to watch for silver prices right now. Volatile silver loves to violate technical levels, so while $16.80 stands as a critical line in the sand for some technicians, it is possible that it will make any longs with stops below that level pay dearly.

Gold Breaks Out - With Ratio still in High 70's, Can a Massive Rally in Silver be far Behind?

Gold has broken out of its summer doldrums & silver is benefiting as well. Gold is still trading at a high price historically relative to silver. If silver can now start showing leadership, that would be bullish for the entire precious metals complex. The gold:silver ratio currently stands at about 75:1. A rapid move to the low 30s or even further to the downside could be in store for those who buy silver now.

Gold Outperforms Stocks - And This Bull Market in Gold and Silver is Just Beginning

The great news is that this nascent bull market in gold and silver, or more accurately second upleg of the larger bull market that started in about 2001 is set to dwarf the 2001—2011 upleg. Despite Dow Jones records that have kept all eyes focused on the meteoric rise of the the S&P 500, gold has actually outpaced stocks in 2017. And now even the mainstream is starting to sit up and take notice.

This Is What Points To Much Higher Silver Prices

Silver prices, in terms of US dollars in existence, is indeed at its all-time 100-year low. In 1980, the all-time high was 0.361, whereas the ratio is currently at around 0.004. The US monetary base is currently around 3 946 billion dollars (or 3.946 trillion). There are many signs that point to the fact that silver prices are about to correct this situation, by spiking much higher.

The Shine of Silver Or the Glitter of Gold - Brightest of the two in Years Ahead

Gold is the preeminent monetary metal & throughout history, has projected the most enduring images of wealth. Silver is in its shadows, but as an asset, it contains similar wealth-protecting qualities, perhaps with even greater return potential. Here’s why, silver, a quasi-industrial metal with a rich monetary history, may be about to step out of gold’s shadow & shine brightest in the years ahead.

Silver seems ready for Take-Off - Do have Enough Stacked-Up?

Unlike its big brother, gold, physical silver is coveted for both investment purposes and industrial usage. Right now, silver prices seem poised to really take-off sharply after being in a bit of a slump lately, in other words, it’s the perfect time to load up on this precious metal while it’s down. Here are some good reasons why silver should be on every investor’s radar.

Silver is 8 times Cheaper than should be - Buy before the Discount Disappears

The gold-silver ratio has only hit the critical level of 80, just four times in the last three decades. Every time it has, silver went on to have a big rally. But silver’s headed even higher. That’s because the gold-silver ratio is still far too high. It should be closer to 9:1. That’s a bold call, to say the least. It means silver is eight times cheaper than it should be. This number’s based on a law of nature.

While all are Higher, why are Silver Prices yet below the 1980's Level? Makes Any Sense?

Silver remains below 1980 high price of $49.45, while all the other metals and oil have traded above their 1980’s price. We can also see that when the other metals broke above the 1980’s price, they all at least doubled in price. So in the future, if Silver is able to break above the 1980’s high price of $49.45, are we going to see it at least double in price to $100 as well? Only time will tell.

Having Manipulated & Acquiring Silver Cheap, will JPM Allow Silver Prices to Rise?

After starting from ZERO in 2011, JPMorgan now holds/controls nearly 53% of all silver backing the Comex silver paper derivative exchange. Has JPM conspired to keep silver prices low for years so that they could acquire metal as inexpensively as possible? Maybe. And, now that they appear to be “done”, might silver prices finally be allowed to rise? Again, maybe.

Gold and Silver Investor Sentiment Sours Exactly when a Turnaround is Imminent

Commercial traders such as banks have engaged in “huge short covering,” moving into more bullish positioning, according to Commodity Futures Trading Commission data. Meanwhile, the more momentum-driven funds have sold off a large chunk of their paper silver to them. History has shown this to be a bullish indicator for the coming reversal in silver prices.

Double Bottom Formation Indicates its Time to Buy Silver for a Sizeable Rally

The Large Specs have finally given up on silver in recent weeks and their positions have shrunk steadily & rather dramatically. It is unlikely that silver’s COT readings will ease much more, if at all. We are, therefore, thought to be either at or close to an important intermediate bottom here, a time to buy silver and the better silver stocks for the sizeable rally that should follow.

What may have Caused the Flash Crash in Silver Prices

Silver prices have been the subject of significant debate of the past few hours as a result of a flash crash that saw the metal plummet to the $14.27 handle before roaring higher within moments. Of course, this has brought out the usual speculations and accusations about exactly what was driving the movement so we have collected a few honorable mentions that might help to explain the crash.

The Most Interesting Aspect in Silver Charts is the Volume Behavior

The only interesting aspect of silver is the volume behavior. In the past few months, downside volume has been way above average, yet there has been no giving way of the December 2016 low. In a truly weak market, the December low should not have held. Volume read from the weekly gives credence to the possibility of a bear trap. We are also seeing the possibility of strong money covering shorts.

The Outlook Remains Extremely Bullish on Silver Prices

Since 2011, silver prices were trending, in a channel. Back in 2016, this trend was broken, and silver prices remain above it. Also, the volume’s been increasing as the prices are breaking above the trend. Silver remains, as I see it, one of the most ignored assets. It’s severely undervalued. When looking at the fundamentals and technical analysis, the outlook remains extremely bullish.

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