Silver price in preparation for a big rise


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Silver may be setting up for a sharp price rise and  though I did not report the recent spike, it is never unexpected. Though silver clearly is a low risk high yielding investment opportunity, before jumping to give a BUY call I would like to see silver close above the $29 level. This breakout has a target  of $31, which is the next immediate resistance level. Once $31 is cleared then all over head resistance would have been taken out and would put Silver  firmly in a bull grip.

The following two charts for the long term and short term clearly enumerate our above stand.

Long term silver is a low risk high yield opportunity with a confirmed uptrend above $31 with a stop loss of $26

Silver price all set for a big rise

Short term silver above $29 is all set to rally to $31

Short term silver is a low risk buying opportunity with a rally target of $31

COMEX inventory reduction favorable for bull case justifying low risk entry

Having examined the charts we now look for supporting evidence to examine the probable causes why silver would rally. Already the physical inventories at the exchanges are declining. Silver inventories during the sharp take down in the price of silver to $26 levels had seen inventories peak. Typically silver prices follow an inverse correlation to these inventories and hence declining inventories is a good sign for an up move.

Geopolitical risks affecting the already acute supply clearly spelling high gains on investments ahead albeit with low risk

Also on the supply side a lot of geo-political events are taking place which could be a set up for the the long term bull market. We already know that silver supplies mainly come from the the Latin American countries-mainly Peru and Mexico. Both these countries have been subject to violence amongst the miners and this could adversely affect supply lines in an already tight silver market.

Further resurgence of nationalization in these countries is also having an untold impact on the investment mood among global silver producers and they are now hesitant to invest in these countries given this uncertainty. Already Pan American Silver has suspended its investments in its flagship project Navidad due to these very fears. Bolivia another major silver mining country is also considering nationalization of one of the reportedly largest undeveloped silver deposits. Cumulatively these countries of Peru, Mexico, Argentina and Bolivia contribute almost 43% of the tiny silver market and can wreak havoc with supply lines.

This combined with the rising global political uncertainty, potential conflagration of the Iran war and the global debt situation creates for a potential gigantic spike in the price of silver. Further with the possibility of gold being included as a Tier 1 asset it is possible that the former glory of silver would also be restored in sentiment to the increased importance to gold.

Considering all the above it is very evident that there exists  extremely low risk and high gain potential for investment in silver and  one may consider buying physical silver with a technical break out above $ 31 and keeping a far stop of $26.

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6 responses to “Silver price in preparation for a big rise

  1. There are much speculation about the stability of silver due to the fluctuations on the market.These fluctuations are the result of the in-depth period of price correction that gold has been going through. However, this is nothing that we should worry about when we choose to invest in silver since these metals are doing far better than anyone might think.

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