Silver with a turbo
Tied to the hip to Gold, it is essential to keep an eye on the Gold/Silver-ratio. Silver is still stretched, lagging, while Gold is currently taking a breather and hence getting ready to approach the US$2,000 mark. Most likely gold will go beyond that level. It isn’t far-fetched to expect sooner or later a rubber band effect of Silver needing to catch up, and once it breaks the US$30 level, it might as well accelerate much faster than expected. Silver with a turbo.
Recent trading sessions have driven Silver and Gold to lower levels. Still, Silver already shows relative strength within the precious metal sector. As a result, we might witness one of the last cheap points for adding to one’s physical Silver holdings.
Gold/Silver-Ratio, Monthly Chart, How much?
Gold/Silver-Ratio, monthly chart as of June 17th, 2021.
The Gold/Silver-ratio can help identify relative strength/relative weakness relationships between the two metals. Consequently, it is mighty helpful to guestimate which of the ones is moving first. Furthermore, one can time one’s trade placements. In addition, it is a barometer of the overall larger picture for long-term assessments from a fundamental perspective.
A look at the monthly Gold/Silver-ratio shows that Silver is pushing against a support level, which, if breaking, could lead to a two-legged move, adding a 50% turbo boost to Silver prices in relation to Gold (red arrows down).
Gold/Silver-Ratio, Weekly Chart, Trending down:
Gold/Silver-Ratio, weekly chart as of June 17th, 2021.
Now zooming in to the weekly time frame, we can see that the ratio is trending down. Consequently, Silver is catching up with Gold. Typically, once the ratio price meets the upper red regression line (yellow circles), it consequently declines.
Trading in a triangle would mean that a lower white support line break could initiate a more volatile downward movement. Consequently, this would represent added turbo fuel to a more sustainable Silver upward movement.
Silver in US-Dollar, Monthly Chart, Think long term:
Silver in US-Dollar, monthly chart as of June 17th, 2021.
Looking at the isolated Silver price from a long-term chart (monthly) perspective, we can clearly see the bullish consensus (bullish triangle in white lines). Moreover, the thick volume supply zone between US$22 to US$25 suggests that reaching US$20 once again has a much lower probability.
Silver with a turbo:
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