Silver Futures - Mar 16 (SIH6)

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15.340 -0.086    -0.56%
05:49:11 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 15.426
  • Open: 15.350
  • Day's Range: 15.320 - 15.435
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Silver 15.340 -0.086 -0.56%
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Silver Overview

Prev. Close15.426
MonthMar 16
Tick Size0.005
Contract Size5,000 Troy Ounces
Tick Value25
Day's Range15.32 - 15.435
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolSI
52 wk Range13.62 - 17.733
Last Trading Day03/29/2016
1-Year Return - 8.06%
Point Value1 = $5000

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rajeev jindal
rajeev jindal 1 hour ago
it is heading toward 14.9 from current level of 15.375
Anand G Anand G
Anand G Anand G 1 hour ago
Hopefully, lost around 14k yesterday :(
rajeev jindal
rajeev jindal 1 hour ago
sell as much as you can
Ken Thrash
Ken Thrash 2 hours ago
I believe we will be looking at $16.25 to $16.75 by the end of the week followed by a correction starting at market open in Asia on the 15th. This is not based on chart data but historical. We saw the exact same thing happen in October. Wild multiple swings leading into a week long Chinese holiday, a quick increase at the start followed by 30 to 40 cent increases daily until they returned to the markets after holiday was over. The correction happens at the end for two reasons, holders are booking their profits and those who received metals as gifts for the holiday are selling also. This is not something you will see in a chart because charts do not take into account holiday fluctuations. This is why those who use only chart basis are seeing their SL getting hit when the charts say it should be heading down right now. Only difference between October and now is October had a weekend in the middle while this holiday is all weekday.
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