Since that posting, Gold and Silver have continued to create a series of lower highs over the past 6-years. Silver remains more than 50% lower than 2011 prices.
Could this trend be attempting to change? Could a long-term reversal pattern be in play? Below looks at Silver Futures over the past decade.
As mentioned earlier, the trend is Silver is down, as it has created a series of lower highs since 2011. It has done the same, since the summer of 2016 as well.
Over the past two years, Silver could be creating a long-term bottoming pattern (Inverse Head & Shoulders) pattern. For the read to be correct, the first thing Silver needs to accomplish is break above 9-month falling channel at (1). If Silver can accomplish a 9-month breakout, the next resistance test Silver would face, is the potential neckline, that comes into play around the $19 zone.
If Silver breaks above the neckline, it could be off to the races, potentially Hi Yo Silver!
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On the ETF side of things, the iShares Silver Trust ETF (NYSE:SLV) was trading at $16.42 per share on Thursday morning, down $0.01 (-0.06%). Year-to-date, SLV has gained 8.67%, versus a 6.81% rise in the benchmark S&P 500 index during the same period.
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