The precious metals of Gold and Silver saw net October gains of +$128.20 (6.9%) to
$1994.30, and +$0.50 (2.2%) to
$22.95 respectively. Monthly momentum remains positive, but the three
concerns should be further dollar strengthening, higher bond yields, and
Gold: printing $2019.00, if cooling to settle in the $1994s - the highest since July. A monthly close back back the key 10MA. The October candle is bullish engulfing, and leans distinctly s/t bullish. Price
momentum was positive for a eighth month.
Silver: printing $20.85, but recovered upward to settle at $22.95. Another monthly close under the key 10MA. The October candle is spiky on the lower side from key price threshold of the $21s. Momentum was net positive for a eighth month.
Key threats to silver... if the equity
market sees further downside, and dollar strengthening.
Of the two metals, I favour Gold, especially for a potential geo-political 'fear bid', not least via the middle east, Ukraine/Russia or even China/Taiwan. I'd accept silver has massively more upside potential than gold, but many have been saying that since the $49s of 2011.
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