Silver Price Prediction: The Bulls Have a Chance to Regain the Mantle

Silver price is hovering around the resistance level at 23.50 as the bulls eye the next target at 24.00. Thursday’ lower-than-expected jobless claims failed to boost the US dollar and Treasury yields.

The dollar index, which tracks the value of the greenback against a basket of six currencies, hit a one-and-a-half week low of $93.75. While it has since rebounded, it is still experiencing resistance at $94.00. At the same time, the 10-year Treasury yield is at 1.55; down from the week’s high of 1.63.  

Silver price technical outlook

Silver price is trading around 23.50 after its two-day rallying. After hitting a two-month low of 21.42 in late September, the precious metal has risen by 9.08%. Notably, it has remained above the crucial support level of 23.00 since rising past it on Tuesday.

At the time of writing, the metal was down by 0.86% at 23.31. Earlier on Friday, it has surged above the resistance level at 23.50 to an intraday high of 23.60 before pulling back.

On a three-hour chart, it is trading above the 25 and 50-day exponential moving averages. It is also above the long-term 200-day EMA. For as long as silver price remain above the support level at 23.00, the bullish outlook will be viable.

 In the near term, it will likely find support along the 25-day EMA at 23.13. On the upside, 23.50 is the resistance level to watch as bulls eye the upper level of 24.00. For the bulls to hit the target, they will need to gather enough momentum to push the price past the prior resistance level of 23.90.  

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