For the first time in 2013, Silver and the Gold/Silver ratio are breaking above their falling resistance lines and that’s a positive for Silver. The last time the Gold/Silver ratio broke resistance in 2010, Silver rallied well over 100% in a matter of months. Are the patterns suggesting another 100% rally in Silver?
The above are edited comments by Chris Kimble (blog.kimblechartingsolutions.com) from his original article* entitled Silver breaks above key resistance, smart money traders are long here!
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