Is the low in the Dollar heating the gold and silver markets?
* * * Warning . . . or Does Opportunity Knock Thrice? * * *
Last Friday, gold bullion surpassed its highest weekly closing price. As subsequent days show gold comfortable with the $700 milestone, silver has yet to shine.
* Is this a warning or could we be facing the third greatest opportunity in this generational metals bull market?
In 2003, when gold was showing it was comfortable trading in the high three-hundreds, after rising from below $300, silver remained at its $4-5 price level. In late 2003, like a basketball held under water, it nearly doubled to $8.00.
In 2005, silver was below its 400-day moving average as gold showed it was ready to trade comfortably above the $450 milestone. In late 2005, silver, like a ball held under water at below $7, broke above its 400-day moving average and subsequently doubled to the $15 level.
Today in 2007, silver is below its 400-day moving average. Its 400-day moving average basis spot bullion is currently at or about the $12.70 level. Now, in late 2007, as gold shows that it is comfortable with the $700 milestone, the metal's siblings may be setting the stage for a repeat performance. If so, it only boggles the mind if history repeats itself and silver were to double to its $24 price level.
Making this case even stronger is the present crisis state of the dollar. If you are not aware of the significance of the long-term dollar index chart, contact your Monex Account Representative for a copy. Other proprietary charts are available not found on our website by the general web-public.
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