On the heels of the recent volatility in the gold and silver markets, King World News is pleased to report that the massive, all-time record silver short covering spree continues!  There is also a snapshot of commercial trading in the gold market!

July 24 (King World News) – Notice the continued massive, all-time record spike in short covering on the right hand side of the chart (see chart below).

All-Time Record Silver Short Covering Continues! (10-year chart)

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Below is a 23-year chart of silver.  Notice the continued massive, all-time record spike in short covering on the right hand side of the chart (see chart below).

All-Time Record Silver Short Covering Continues! (23-year chart)

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Below is a look at the commercial short covering in the gold market…


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Commercials also covered a few additional short positions in the gold market (see chart below).

Commercials Recently Covering Gold Shorts (23-year chart)

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All of this continued massive short covering is a very positive and significant step in the right direction for the gold and silver markets.  KWN will continue to let our global readers know what is happening with commercial short trading in the coming weeks.  For what it’s worth, this is the type of commercial trading activity that you would expect to see as you close in on a significant bottom during the summer months.

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