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…Silver peaked at $50 in the early 1980s…peaked again at $50 in 2011 but has declined 65%…[since then] in a uniform falling channel The move higher in Silver of late, however, sends a bullish message to Silver owners. [Below are 2 charts that illustrate the situation.]
[As mentioned in the opening paragraph,] the recent move higher in Silver does have it breaking above the falling channel at (1)…[but the chart below shows that] Silver futures are facing a triple breakout resistance at (1), with momentum at its highest level in the past 3 years.
Can silver break its 2.5 year falling channel? [It’s too early to say but] but metal heads certainly hope so!
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