Saturday, September 19, 2009

New Silver Analyst Newsletter Options

With the Silver Analyst Newsletter you now have three options.

1. The first is the newsletter format we have used since issue one. You pay $115 and you get the following:

Twelve monthly issues of The Silver Analyst Newsletter covering silver in a wide variety of matters as well as regulars sections containing silver stock rankings as well as analysis of our own unique silver indices.

You also get access to our subscriber-only message board which carries a weekend update reviewing the past week's action in silver and where we see things going based on general and proprietary indicators. The message board will also add updates as the silver situation dictates (e.g at critical price junctures or major news events relevant to silver).

Finally, I am on call by email to answer your questions if you seek further expansion on topics and observations raised by the newsletters and message board.

2. The new option is The Silver Analyst Lite. As the name implies you get a cut down version of the first package for the meagre annual sum of $20. This will give you access to the subscriber-only message board mentioned above which carries a weekend update reviewing the past week's action in silver and where we see things going based on general and proprietary indicators. The message board will also add updates as the silver situation dictates (e.g at critical price junctures or major news events relevant to silver). To see an example of a weekend update go to the end of this posting.

However, you do not get access to the 12 monthly newsletters and I will not generally answer emails asking silver questions except at my discretion.

Also as a special offer anyone signing up to this $20 subscription will get the latest Silver Analyst newsletter free which is a $10 value giving you access to the Message Board per annum for a value of $10. Where can you get a better deal than that?

Finally, the third option is for those who wish to upgrade from the $20 to $115 service. You simply pay the difference of $95 to get you going.

If you wish to subscribe to one of these services, go to the drop down menu titled "Silver analyst Options" above, select your option and then click on the "Buy Now" button.

So hopefully there is something for every silver investor here as we forge ahead into the next up and coming opportunities in silver!

Example Message Board Post:

SILVER ANALYST WEEKEND UPDATE 13TH SEPTEMBER 2009


London Silver Fix Price: $16.89 (+$0.94 on week)
NYMEX Spot Price: $16.73 (+$0.51)
US Dollar Index: 76.64 (-1.53)


Silver RSI: 77.84 (+2.06) (70 overbought/30 oversold)
US Dollar RSI: 32.06 (-12.36) (70 overbought/30 oversold)

RMAR: 1.16 (+0.02) (1.30 overbought)
NYMEX SLI: 1.06 (+0.03) (1.80 overbought)
GOLD SILVER RATIO: 59.70 (-2.31) (15 overbought)

Our price objective of $17 was more or less achieved as silver hit an intraday high of $16.97 on Friday. Is the the three strikes rule
now confirmed? The answer is yes in the sense that silver has reached the "sell zone" based on that rule but the actual line has not yet been reached. The margin of error is shown in the New York spot price chart attached and the equivalent netdania.com chart which includes international market prices.

According to the NY chart the line meets at about $17.60 (and note the smaller rising support line which intersects near there). Using the netdania chart, the price meets the line nearer to $18. The RSI is really ringing the alarm bells now as silver hits the overbought zone at 78, this move up is nearly done but the Elliott wave analysis suggests a final wave 5 up. So this week ahead could see a final spurt of bulli
shness but the rally since last November could collapse at any time. So, ride the move up but keep a careful watch on those stops.

Longer term investors should consider what happens after this. The gold and silver bulls are back out in force and prediction $1200+ gold and $25+ silver. That may happen but in my opinion not this year. Dollar bearishness is also at extremes which behoves us to take a contrarian position amidst the clamour. My favoured scenario is a drift down to the $12-$14 region but a quick spike down to the $10 region is not yet precluded - I'll let the developing charts inform me as silver progresses. If you can stand that, I believe the rewards will come into next year as a move to new highs begins.

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