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Is there a Negative Reversal In Silver?

Posted on 12 May 2014

RSI Theory : - A powerful way to use the relative strength index is by letting it s signal possible price reversals. This is done by identifying areas where the price of the stock diverges from the value of the RSI. There are four types of divergences: bullish bearish positive and negative. Taking a closer look bullish and bearish RSI divergences are very common. We are used to Bullish and Bearish Divergence. If price falls then technical analyst trader try to find the Positive divergence at th...

Silver – Giving it tough to gold

Posted on 07 Mar 2014

Ever since the waterfall decline in gold and silver prices right from 1880 to 1200 and 27 to 18.50 respectively a debate has started over these safe haven investment instruments. The huge run-up in silver initially reminded of the operations run by the Hunt brothers who tried to corner the silver market almost three and a half decades but they themselves went bankrupt. Gold traditionally seen as a hedge to inflation has been the most preferred investment instruments since ages. Silver popularly...

Gold - Can’t stay away from it for long

Posted on 28 Feb 2014

Many contend that gold has lost its shine. After making life-time highs of sub 1900 per oz. it is now trading almost 30% lower at nearly 1330 per oz. A question then that often crops up in the financial world is whether we still need to invest in gold. If so how and where do we buy it? Gold has always been a traditional object or instrument of investment especially in the Indian sub-continent and therefore no one can really stay away from it. Gold reminds me of the following quote made by Warre...