With investors around the world still worried about the tremendous swings in major markets, today King World News is pleased to share a piece that illustrates what is happening in the war in the silver and gold markets. This piece also includes two key illustrations that all KWN readers around the world must see.
September 24 (King World News) – This astonishing chart from SentimenTrader shows that the commercial hedgers in the silver market are now in one of the more bullish trading positions in the past decade (see chart below).
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King World News note: Turning to the gold market, earlier this week KWN pointed out that commercial hedgers had become even more bullish on the price of gold. Also, if you look at the chart below you can see that sentiment in the gold market still remains at one of the most depressed levels in the past decade.
King World News note: The bottom line is that both of these charts are very bullish for gold and silver from a contrarian perspective, and this translates into one of the most bullish setups for the gold and silver markets in the past 10 years when looking at the positioning in the COT and the sentiment readings.
Perhaps the long and brutal bear markets in both metals are now coming to an end and it is the shorts that will feel the pain in the coming months and years. This would also mean that the price of gold and silver will begin the move to new all-time highs as their secular bull markets resume to the upside.