Limited gains in silver, with no buy signal

During the past week, in three of the five trading sessions silver registered minor gains. It seems investors sentiment towards silver improved slightly.

However, the silver market has only ended higher on the week three times during the past twelve weeks. During the last one moth,  selling pressures have not been so strong and a band of congestion just above 31.00 continues to offer steady support.

However, gains in silver remain limited for the time being and still no technical buy signal has been generated.

Looking forward, this week the continued dip-buying in silver is expected to continue below 31.50. Although a rally above 32.57  is required to improve the technical outlook for silver. This would strengthen the trend of higher lows from the April 4th low. It would also encourage silver traders to target further gains towards the high for the month at 33.

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