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    The silver as we mentioned before formed a strong bullish pattern which kept the silver slightly solid more than the others; where the expectations for the silver's move today might be towards the upside since it has opened the way towards 12.80s last time.

    The trading range for today will be between the key resistance at 12.85 and the key support at 12.40.

    The general trend is up as far as 12.25 remains intact targets now at 14.20 and 14.50, then at 15.00.
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    What happens to silver is gold were to drop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FXManiac View Post
    What happens to silver is gold were to drop?
    It seems they are tied very close. If one were to drop, the other goes down as well.

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    so gold is correlated with silver..
    but oil and gold are the opposite right?
    if gold is up, oil is down...
    is that so?

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    really? but oil has been going up too... I'm glad I just stick to forex =P

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13thheaven View Post
    so gold is correlated with silver..
    but oil and gold are the opposite right?
    if gold is up, oil is down...
    is that so?
    Seems for the past year or so, all mining products are all going up.
    Some say because the increase of demands, esp. from China booming economy.

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    wow i guess so...I wonder if it'll stay that way

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    its all due to rapid industrialisation

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