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Silver – Elliott Wave Setup Can Send Price 50% Higher

What will Gold bring next week? That is the subject of discussion in our next premium analysis due out late Sunday!

The price of silver has been hovering between $30 and $21 per ounce for over a year now. Despite growing fears of persisting inflation, the precious metal has actually been declining in recent months. As of this writing, it is trading below $22.40 and near the lower boundary of its range.

However, silver ‘s disappointing recent performance might have set the stage for the bulls return. Back in March 2020, hardly anyone expected that its price would nearly triple over the following five months. The Elliott Wave chart below suggests most people are underestimating its potential in a similar way now.

Silver Setting the Stage for a Strong Bull Run

The daily chart of silver reveals a complete 5-3 wave cycle. It consists of a five-wave impulse, labeled 1-2-3-4-5, and a sideways correction, marked (a)-(b)-(c). The impulsive part took place between March and August, 2020, when XAGUSD rose almost three-fold.

The corrective phase is shaped as an expanding flat. Wave (a) is a simple zigzag, wave (b) is a double zigzag, and wave (c) is an ending diagonal. If this count is correct, the price of silver can be expected to head north very soon. Initial targets lie above the upper boundary of the $30-$21 range. This means we can see a 50%+ rally from now on. The precious metal seems finally ready to start reflecting the inflation threat.

What will Gold bring next week? That is the subject of discussion in our next premium analysis due out late Sunday!



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