SILVER: The Inverse Of The US Dollar

July 9, 2021

The US Dollar has recently corrected upward, but now the US Dollar appears ready to continue its move downward, again.  At this time, Silver is still sitting at a low price, but the new Dollar decline should light a fire under the price of Silver.  Let’s take a look at the Silver Chart in order to see how much Silver might rise on this run as Silver appears to be on the cusp of an approximate 30 day run, higher.


There is a regular cycle for Silver to rise that starts now and extends until August 11th.  The last time that Silver entered that cycle, last year, Silver went on a big run- up from $18, up to $30.  If we have a similar run, today, then we might see Silver run up to around $38.  The USD has been rallying for some time, now, but it appears to be moving into stiff resistance, above.

Of course, such a run downward in the US Dollar would also have a similar effect on the price of Gold.  Maybe we can return to address the potentials for Gold “as the Dollar falls.”



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