Silver Price Analysis: XAG/USD eyes 21-day SMA on two-week-old support break

  • Silver extends losses from a fortnight top marked the previous day.
  • Receding strength of bullish MACD signals, downward sloping RSI favor sellers.
  • A 2.5-month-old support line challenges bear below the short-term key support line.

Silver prices remain depressed around $27.12, down 0.24%, despite recently bouncing off an intraday low of $27.05. The reason could be traced from the metal’s downside break of an ascending support line, now resistance, stretched from February 04.

Also favoring the bullion sellers could be the latest reduction in the MACD’s bullish signals and descending RSI line.

That said, the commodity prices currently drop towards a 21-day SMA level of $26.65, a break of which will highlight an ascending support line from November 30, at $25.60.

Although silver is likely to stay beyond the stated support, unless any drastic fundamental change, a clear downside break of $25.60 will not hesitate to refresh the yearly low of $24.18 marked the previous month.

On the flip side, an upside break above the previous support, at $27.40 now, will eye for the $28.00 and the $29.00 thresholds during the run-up to the monthly peak surrounding $30.05.

To sum up, silver is likely to extend the latest weakness but a trend change is yet to be confirmed.

Silver daily chart

Trend: Bullish

Additional important levels

Today last price 27.12
Today Daily Change -0.09
Today Daily Change % -0.33%
Today daily open 27.21
Daily SMA20 26.63
Daily SMA50 26.03
Daily SMA100 25.07
Daily SMA200 23.51
Previous Daily High 27.96
Previous Daily Low 26.83
Previous Weekly High 27.81
Previous Weekly Low 26.71
Previous Monthly High 27.92
Previous Monthly Low 24.19
Daily Fibonacci 38.2% 27.26
Daily Fibonacci 61.8% 27.53
Daily Pivot Point S1 26.71
Daily Pivot Point S2 26.21
Daily Pivot Point S3 25.58
Daily Pivot Point R1 27.83
Daily Pivot Point R2 28.46
Daily Pivot Point R3 28.96



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