When it comes to trading precious metals, it’s usually gold that steals all the headlines…

But right now, traders would be wise to pay much closer attention to the other precious metal – silver.

Silver has recently broken out of an extremely important level.

In fact, this breakout could be the catalyst that leads silver back to its previous all-time highs of just under $50.

For context, silver is currently trading around $32.

Not for the Faint of Heart

The last time silver traded anywhere near $50 was in April 2011. That’s why this recent development is such a big deal.

But I must warn you… silver is not for the faint of heart. Trading and owning silver are not for everybody.

The volatility in silver can be quite intense. So, if you like the analysis I’ve prepared for you on silver, just keep that in mind.

You can always stick to gold, which both Jeff and I expect will continue appreciating strongly over time as well.

With that said, let’s look at a price chart of silver below so I can share what I see.


I’ve labeled the key breakout that silver has recently completed.

That breakout took place on May 17, when silver took out the $30.13 level.

This level has kept a lid on the price of silver since February 2021. It’s taken over three years, but silver has finally breached this key level.

That’s a very strong sign of intent from silver bulls. And it’s all part of the next commodity supercycle I’m forecasting.

Now this doesn’t mean the ride back to $50 is going to be smooth sailing. It almost certainly won’t be.

Silver is notorious for having big swings in both directions. I fully expect that pattern to continue.

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But being confident in the direction of the longer-term trend means that we should continue to see prices trend higher overall.

For trend-following traders, this means using pullbacks as an opportunity to buy the market.

Faster and nimbler traders might feel confident playing the downside as well.

There isn’t necessarily a right or wrong way to play this trend. It ultimately comes down to your risk tolerance, trading style, and financial objectives.

Happy trading,


Imre Gams
Analyst, Market Minute