#Silver = Weekly Analysis = 29.05.2022 $SLV #preciousmetals @markets #markets @wsjmarkets $XAGUSD $silver #commodities

Silver continues to trade under substantial technical bearish pressure. The recently formed 50/100 DMA “death” cross and an apparently imminent 50/200 DMA bearish cross will push the metal lower. At the same time, the 50/100 WMA bearish cross made 5 weeks ago does not show any signs of reversal.

The 50/100 “death” cross on the weekly frame (charts below) happened only 9 times in 42 years. After such crosses, silver lost on average 35%; range: 8-72%. If the metal targets a 35% loss now, it would be heading towards $16.

Let’s evaluate the metals from various perspectives.

Silver All Time Analysis & Long Term Forecast:
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