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Silver Weekly Price Forecast – Silver markets pulled back slightly

Silver markets fell a bit during the week, forming a slightly negative candle stick. However, we have plenty of support underneath than we have been very bullish as of late. That being the case, and now we need to pay attention as to whether or not we can break above or below one of these major levels.
Christopher Lewis
Silver weekly chart, February 11, 2019

Silver markets fell a bit during the week, as the $16 level has offered a massive resistance. What I find interesting about the $16 level is that it coincides with previous support, so that of course could be resistive. Beyond that, we also see that it is the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement level from the massive selloff earlier this year. If that’s going to be the case, it’s likely that we will see a lot of tenacity by the sellers in this area. That being said, if we can get a weekly close above the $16 level, it would be an extraordinarily bullish sign.

SILVER Video 11.02.19

Much of what we have seen lately has been due to the Federal Reserve stepping back from its hawkish comments, and that of course works against the value of currency in general, but especially the greenback. If that’s going to be the case, then precious metals should continue to go higher. However, I think that at the very least we need to grind back and forth to build up enough momentum to go higher.

I believe that we have a couple of rough weeks ahead of us when it comes to Silver, but I do think that if you let the market come back to you, you can find value underneath. If we break above the top of the shooting star from the previous week, that not only is bullish because of a break above the $16 level, but it is a fresh, new high.

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