Christopher Lewis
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Silver markets initially fell during the week but found enough support at the $17 level to turn around and form a massive hammer. This shows that there is still quite a bit of resiliency in this market, as central banks around the world continue to do everything, they can kill their currencies. It is also a very bullish sign, and that allows for the market participants out there to recognize that there are buyers when it comes to silver. This makes quite a bit of sense though, because quite frankly the server banks around the world are doing everything, they can loosen monetary policy, and that typically helps precious metals in general.

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While silver does have the precious metal aspect of trading, it also has the industrial aspect, so that might be a little bit of a drag on growth. However, I think that it is only a matter of time before this market breaks out right along with gold. Quite frankly, both above look strong, although silver has more work to do.

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Once silver Brexit $20 level it could very well find itself closer to the $50 level rather rapidly. This of course is based on historical charts but if we are heading into a financial crisis like we did in 2008, that would simply be history repeating itself. That being said, I am bullish of silver and believe that the $17 level is going to start operating as a bit of a “short-term floor.” This is not to say that we can break out easily, but clearly that is where the market is trying to go.

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