Gold & Silver Pull Back After Massive Surge, But Here Is The Good News

Gold & Silver Pull Back After Massive Surge, But Here Is The Good News

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Today gold and silver are pulling back after a massive surge, but here is the good news.

Silver Taking A Breather At Good Resistance Levels
July 28 (King World News) Top Citi analyst Tom Fitzpatrick:  Silver accelerated higher after the bullish weekly close last week above $21.14-$21.34. The speed of the move sent it to the next strong resistance area at $26.18-$26.49 (The break down area in April 2013) in little more than one trading day.

Silver Bounces Off $26 Resistance, Remains Bullish.
After Consolidation Look For $28, Then $50

Those levels have so far  held and we have seen a sharp correction in recent hours…


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Overall the underlying bullish view remains intact with an interim $28 target and possibly as high as the $50 area over time. For now a period of consolidation/correction would not be surprising after such an impulsive move.

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Gold & Silver Melt-Up
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