SILVER Price, Signals, Charts & Technical Analysis - FXleaders

SILVER

TYPE Commodity
GROUP Metals
BASE Silver
SECOND USD
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MARKETS TREND
OPEN
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HIGH
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LOW
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SILVER Signals

DON'T WANT TO MISS ANY SIGNAL? GO PREMIUM
ACCESS ALL FX, COMMODITIES & CRYPTO SIGNALS. GO PREMIUM
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Long Term
Entry Price
Stop Loss
Take Profit
PREMIUM
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PREMIUM
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PREMIUM
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Description
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LATEST ANALYSIS
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SILVER Signals & Technical Analysis

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Market Trend
Strong Sell
Sell
Neutral
Buy
Strong Buy
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Market Sentiment

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SELL: <% indicators.sentiment.sell.length %>
NEUTRAL: <% indicators.sentiment.neutral.length %>
Strong Sell
Sell
Neutral
Buy
Strong Buy

Trend Indicators

NAME
VALUE
ACTION
Bollinger Bands
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MIDDLE: <% indicators.data[indicators.interval.active].bbands.value.middle %>
LOWER: <% indicators.data[indicators.interval.active].bbands.value.lower %>
Sell
Buy
Parabolic SAR
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Sell
Buy
Standard Deviation
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High Volatility
Low Volatility

Oscillators

NAME
VALUE
ACTION
RSI(14)
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Sell
Buy
MACD(12,26)
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Buy
Sell
Neutral
ATR
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High Volatility
Low Volatility
STOCH(9,6)
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Buy
Sell
ADX
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High Volatility
Low Volatility

Moving Averages

PERIOD
SIMPLE
EXPONENTIAL
MA5
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MA10
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MA20
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MA50
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MA100
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Pivot

PIVOT
CLASSIC
FIBONACCI
CAMARILLA
WOODIE
S3
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S2
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S1
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PP
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R1
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R2
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R3
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ABOUT THE SILVER (XAG/USD)

Silver is a global standard for the trade of precious metals. Available under the symbol XAG/USD, it is available for trade as a CFD product. Silver’s value is determined largely by supply and demand. Institutional investors typically view silver as a hedging mechanism, in a similar fashion to gold. Australia, China, and the U.S. hold the largest silver reserves among developed economies.

What Determines the Silver Exchange Rate?

  1. US FED Monetary Policies: The Federal Reserve controls the supply of money in the market, to keep the economy on track. A dovish policy, which is also known as expansionary policy, weakens the currency. In contrast, a hawkish monetary policy (contractionary policy) strengthens the currency, USD.
  2. Economic Events: Any movement in the US economic events determines the exchange rates. Top of the line economic events include GDP, Employment Change, Industrial Production, and Consumer Price Index. Better than forecast data hikes the demand for and impacts the value of the US Dollar, causing a drop in the Silver exchange rate and vice versa.
  3. Silver & Dollar: Since Silver is mostly priced in US dollars, it is, to a great extent, inversely correlated with the dollar. When there is a broad weakening of the dollar against other currencies, these currencies automatically have more gold purchasing power (directly since gold is priced in dollars). The effect is that the demand for gold increases, which in turn raises the gold price up to the point where it reaches a temporary state of equilibrium, so to speak.
  4. Political announcements & natural disasters – Besides scheduled economic events, political elections, new systems, wars, terror incidents, and natural calamities, etc., can all cause severe variations within the Silver market

Silver Price Factors

  1. The U.S Dollar - The price of Silver has close corelation with the demand and supply of the US dollar. Both medium and long term perfomance of Silver is affected by fluctuations in the price of the greenbuck. Exchange rates and the price of silver maintain a negative correlation.
  2. Non farm employment data have an impact on Silver’s price perfomance. Just in case the number of non-farm jobs surges, Silver’s price will drop. If there is a decline in the number of non-farm jobs, Silver’s price rises.
  3. Monetary policies - Countries using silver as a backing for its monetary supply tend to affect the price of the metal whenever they adopt new monetary policies. If interest rates drop, money supply increases and therefore increases the price of Silver.
  4. Political unrest and turmoil - Wars, civil unrest and turmoil have significant impact on the price trends of Silver. One of the primary reasons is because investors will accumulate metals such as Silver and Gold for as a caution against inflation and thereby result to increasing demand. Which drives the price of Silver high.
  5. Gold Prices - There is a historical relationship corelation between the price of silver and gold. Generally, they trade in sync. Such a relationship has also been noted across Bitcoin and Ethereum charts. Silver prices will tend to follow the price of Gold, just as the price of Ethereum will tend to follow the direction of Bitcoin.
  6. Interest rates - Interest rates indicate the overall market condition. Majority of investors opt for interest payments as they hold on Silver for the long term. Therefore, the relationship between Silver and interest rates is inversely proportional.

Silver Recent Events

Hiking Inflation

In June 2022, CPI saw a 9.1% and 9.3% rise year-on-year in the U.S. and UK, respectively. High inflation devalues currency, prompting central banks to raise interest rates. It also gives consumers and businesses less spending power, meaning that less growth is made and GDP contracts; telltale signs of an impending recession if central banks don’t take significant action.In the US, inflation has primarily been driven by a huge boost to the monetary supply; in the UK, restrictions on gas supply due to the conflict in Ukraine have caused energy prices to soar, having a massive impact on inflation.

Fears of an Imminent Recession

Talks of recession have been on the cards for both the U.S. and UK recently. In July 2022, the U.S. saw two consecutive falls in GDP in the first two quarters, a widely-accepted hallmark of a technical recession.Meanwhile, in August 2022, the BoE predicted a deep recession in the UK, starting in the last quarter of 2022 and lasting 15 months. Both will have adverse effects on the currencies. As the UK looks to perform worse than the US, which is still showing signs of a strong labor market, this could cause GBP/USD to fall as the pound weakens and the dollar remains strong.

Rising Interest Rates

With inflation rising, the BoE and Fed are keen to push inflation back down to their targets of 2%. As a knock-on effect of the pandemic, both central banks have been steadily raising interest rates to calm consumer spending and lending. Everything else being equal, higher interest rates cause a currency to get stronger as foreign investment floods in to realize interest rates higher than their native banks.

The Coronavirus Pandemic

One of the root causes of the recent rate hikes, high inflation, and impending recession was the Coronavirus pandemic. As millions stayed home, central banks pumped billions into the economy, devaluing their currencies while increasing the flow of money to invite strong spending. Combined with supply chain issues and record levels of new job openings as a result of reopening economies, inflation has soared to heights not seen in decades.

Silver Specificiations

The XAG/USD is traded in amounts denominated in the US Dollar. Standard lot Size: 100 Ounces. One pip in decimals 0.01 Pip Value: $1

Formula

Profit/Loss = (Bid Price – Ask Price) X Contract Size X Number of Lots