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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Thu Oct 24, 2013 07:26 AM CDT

Flying under the radar a bit, the silver market continues to hold to its technical signals relatively well. With most of the attention paid to gold, silver is putting together a solid uptrend, with the silver market posting strong gains again early Thursday morning. And as the weekly chart for the December contract shows, it has been closely following its technical patterns while doing so.

Going back just over a year, Dec 2013 silver poste a high of $35.535 (week of October 1, 2012) before closing at $34.785, just off its weekly low of $34.690. This coincided with a bearish ...

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