Crude out of control, Silver parabolic and Gold balancing

Monday, April 25, 2011
By Paul Martin

By Dian L. Chu
CommodityOnline.com

If you think the crude oil market has gone totally out of control in the past month or so, observe the Silver. The Silver market has basically gone parabolic the week of April 17, going from $41.75 on April 15th to $46.69 on April 21st–a 12% move in 5 trading days, topping off the move with a 5% move on Thursday (See Chart).

As Silver is a thinly traded market, one thing the CME could do is to raise margin requirements for Silver speculators; otherwise risk is setting up the silver market for an record-setting crash, which could impact many other markets in the process of correcting, especially other commodities like Gold and Crude Oil.

A Silver Contagion
We are not talking about a 5% correction setting up at these levels for silver, we are talking in terms of a 20% down day that poses a contagion effect to markets in general.

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