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Silver: Looking for a higher High!

Silver Bull 14sep07

Monday and Tuesday this week could be a tricky for silver, however Tuesday is the 18th September and meeting day for the US Dollar rate setters. We anticipate a rate cut, as consumers need some sort of pain relief from the financial markets. Come Wednesday we expect the dollar to drift lower and gold to act inversely and push for higher ground. As gold moves up we expect the spotlight to move to silver with a positive affect.

If the rate cut does not materialise then its consolidation time again. We must also keep one eye on silvers technical indicators as they also have a story to tell.

Taking a quick look at the chart we can glean the following; Silver has suffered a severe correction and then bounced back. Note that these are lower highs and not higher highs and also note that the MACD and STO are in the sell zone. We need to see silver move up through the £13.00 level and hold before moving on to make a higher high. Finally that other wonderful intangible indicator GT tells me that this is about to happen. (GT=Gut Feel)

Silver Chart 16sep07

As the number of new readers climbs on a daily basis we will recap briefly on what we have been saying recently.

This first chart shows when we gave a buy signal at $11.80, when we said: We are hereby giving a BUY signal on silver, for a short term upwards move of $1.00 from its current level. We expect silver to move up to nearer its 50 and 200 day day moving averages in the next week, possibly the next few weeks.

Silver Chart 17aug07

This second chart shows silver starting its recovery and also shows when we gave a short-term buy for a $0.50 move for those traders who trade the swings.

Silver Chart 27aug07

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Reader Comments (4)

I would like to know what does MACD and STO means in the article "Silver: Looking for a higher high!".


September 17, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterJoão

I want to start investing in Silver.
What is the best way to do it, how do I open an investment account?


September 19, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterRoy


Technical indicators:

The following explanations are courtesy of who carry a glossary of terms

MACD (Moving Average Convergence/Divergence): An indicator developed by Gerald Appel that is calculated by subtracting the 26-period exponential moving average of a given security from its 12-period exponential moving average. By comparing moving averages, MACD displays trend following characteristics, and by plotting the difference of the moving averages as an oscillator, MACD displays momentum characteristics.

Stochastic Oscillator: A momentum indicator developed by George Lane that measures the price of a security relative to the high/low range over a set period of time. The indicator oscillates between 0 and 100, with readings below 20 considered oversold and readings above 80 considered overbought. A 14-period Stochastic Oscillator reading of 30 would indicate that the current price was 30% above the lowest low of the last 14 days and 70% below the highest high. The Stochastic Oscillator can be used like any other oscillator by looking for overbought/oversold readings, positive/negative divergences and centerline crossovers.

Try this link if you want to learn about technical analysis.

Hope that this helps.

September 19, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterSilver Prices


We can't give individual financial advice as we do not know your personal circumstances, aversion to risk etc, its not what we do - sorry

September 19, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterSilver Prices

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