Silver: 2013 Bull Market

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Silver Analysis Report http://www.elliottwavechina.com/ Near the end of 2012, while also facing wrap silver adjustment since 2011 -2012; gold and silver has been in terms of the commodity markets or foreign exchange markets are traders pet expensive with the degree of active participation can be imagined known. No doubt in the the 2011-2012 adjustment potential market traders chasing did not get too many returns, but their enthusiasm has not diminished believe everyone enthusiasm for investment in gold and silver will be more high, on the contrary, in the year 2013.

2013 is positive investment in gold and silver, grasp! !

How to run in 2013? 2011-2012 silver run a greater level of the triangle, based on the monthly chart analysis, we have come since the start of the start in November 2001 to promote the I cycle waves, until April 2011, constitutes the end of a 2.382 ratio at 49.82 to complete Part III cycle waves, has a more distinct descending triangle tends completed indicates that the impact of the first V-cycle waves after the amendments to the structure of loop IV waves. See the division of the wave structure of silver monthly chart: http://www.elliottwavechina.com/show_750_goldExchange.html Starting from the calendar year to promote silver up date (month area) or time window (the following calculations are slightly equal, that is close to a time window months) analysis, more data to support the point of view of the 2013 silver bull, and the bull market, orrunning 9-10 month time window roughly the end of that cycle wave V in October 2013
We first need to clear the loop start and end time window I II III IV waves:

Waves I: 2001 11 March 2008 ------- 76

Waves II: 2008 -------- 2008 10 months 8 months

Waves III: 2008 10 April 2011 ------- 30

Wave IV: 2011 --------- 2013 January-February 21

These year cycle to say? Here I explain several…...

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