Silver price slides lower

July 30, 2020

London (July 30)  Silver prices ease to $24.22, down 0.37% on a day, during the initial trading session on Thursday. The white metal has been stepping backward from ever since it surged to the highest since in seven years on Tuesday. Also increasing the odds of the bullion’s further weakness is overbought RSI conditions and a short-term lower high pattern. Though, bullish MACD keeps restricting the bears’ entries.

As a result, sellers are likely to wait for further confirmation and may cheer downside break of $24.00 to aim for $23.30, comprising Wednesday’s low and last Thursday's high. Following that, lows marked on Tuesday and July 23 could challenge further declines around $22.30/25.

In a case where the quote remains weak past-$22.25, an ascending trend line from April 14, at $21.55 now, will be in the spotlight.

Meanwhile, $25 and $26.00 may offer immediate upside barriers during the metal’s fresh rise ahead of the latest multi-year high of $26.20.

If the bulls remain dominant past-$26.20, low of April 04, 2013, around $26.65 will become the buyers’ favorite.


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