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Silver Futures - Dec 14 (SIZ4)

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17.513 -0.054    (-0.31%)
5:57:04 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 17.567
  • Open: 17.480
  • Day's Range: 17.447 - 17.572
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Silver Analysis

Erik Swarts
The Inverse Symmetry Of Market Reflexivity
By Erik Swarts - Sep 29, 2014

We follow precious metals, not as harbingers of financial armageddon or even geopolitical unrest, but primarily as a leading proxy of the commodity markets - that we feel provides the most nuanced ...

Sid Klein
Silver Break Improves Fundamental Clarity
By Sid Klein - Sep 29, 2014

The breakdown in silver has at least resulted in greater clarity, as the time and price possibilities are limited for hitting and turning from its low (the twin report focuses on the corresponding ...

Ross Woodfield
Silver Consolidates Before Breakout
By Ross Woodfield - Sep 29, 2014

The Silver markets make for interesting trading as they go through periods of price consolidation before we see large movements. It looks like we are seeing this pattern repeat itself ...

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Latest Silver Comments

DEEPAK JAISINGH Sep 30, 2014 05:12AM GMT
Ted Butler also mentioned that JPMorgan’s short position in silver is now down to about 11,500 contracts, their lowest short-side corner in the Comex futures market since taking over the silver short position of Bear Stearns in 2008. And not to be forgotten in all of this, is the equally extreme short-side corner in the Comex silver market held by Canada’s Scotiabank.

DEEPAK JAISINGH Sep 30, 2014 05:09AM GMT
Commitment Of Traders Silver. . In silver, the Commercial net short position declined by a hefty 6,792 contracts, or 34.0 million troy ounces. The Commercial net short position is now down to 16,767 contracts, or 83.8 million troy ounces—and within spitting distance of its late May/early June record low.For a change, it wasn’t the Managed Money traders in the technical fund category going short that caused the decline, as they actually covered 1,638 of their short contracts during the reporting week. It was the small traders [the Nonreportable category] that were involved, as their net long position declined by 4,702 contracts. Ted Butler says that it appears that the Managed Money is all full up on the short side — and all of this week’s improvements came from these Nonreportable futures contract holders, plus Non-Commercial traders other than the technical funds.

nik sapate
nik sapate Sep 30, 2014 04:51AM GMT
At 1:35 pm sharp fall expected...don't buy now wait for fall
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