Precious Metals

In my previous article, This Confirms The Continuation Of Silver’s Rally, I highlighted how a Head and Shoulders Bottoming pattern on the silver chart suggested that the silver rally since the beginning of 2016 is likely to continue. This pattern has no
Silver has been an incredibly interesting commodity to follow as of late. Recently, since comments were made by Eric Rosengren that he supports a higher rate, the price of the precious metal has been declining. However, there's still a bit of a debate to be argued.
The much awaited Jackson Hole speech by the Fed Chair Janet Yellen - and the subsequent nonfarm payrolls data failed to ignite the prospects of a rate hike this September of 2016. The market now forecasts only a 21% probability of a rate hike in this month, accordin
Silver is one of the commodities with the most potential to rise in value over the remaining years of this decade. While silver increases in value, it will be increasingly difficult to add to one’s silver ounces. Below is a chart (from macrotrends.net) that illus
Silver has been incredibly fun to watch throughout the year. Of course, we all know that in the beginning of the year and for the first half, the price of the white metal continued skyward. However, the second half of the year hasn't been so friendly, that is, until
Precious metals finished moderately higher for the week after strong gains on Friday, as US employment data missed analyst estimates. Payrolls were reported at 151,000 additions in August, which was lower than the median forecast of 180,000. The US dollar fell on th
Silver like gold had a great run throughout the first half of the year. However, more recently we've been seeing declines in the precious metal as economic concerns ease -- and the idea of a Fed rate hike seems more reasonable. Today, more data was released that cou
Precious metals fell for the week as Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen hinted at the Jackson Hole economic symposium on Friday that an interest rate hike might be in store for the United States later this year. The US dollar rose on the day as precious metals were mostly
The first half of the year was an incredible time for silver as the precious metal saw massive gains. However, more recently, we've seen declines. Now, the price of the precious metal seems to be sticking around the $19 per ounce mark. However, is the precious metal
The alternate scenario still has life, but we need to see some downward progress next week. Silver is closest to breaking down, and it may bring gold and miners with it. The dollar is key. If it finds a near-term bottom and begins rallying, we could get our "Buy

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