Yo-yo pass appears to be happening now in silver prices.

About six weeks ago, I shared a short vision showing a play from a football game where the quarterback threw a long pass to a receiver running down the right sidelines. The receiver had just entered the end zone and was about to catch the ball when I noticed it was not a ball, but a large shiny white yo-yo, which was still connected to the quarterback by the string. The quarterback then pulled it all the way back to himself. (see complete post)

Since the yo-yo was shiny and white, my interpretation was it revealed a big move in silver prices that suddenly reverses and returns to where it started. I believe that is happening now and is about to reverse soon.

Initially, I thought it might begin with a move up because of previous insights showing a a similar sudden reversal coming for an up move, but we now have the benefit of hindsight showing this is a separate move. Silver prices have already dropped $1.50, from $17.16 on November 27 to a low of $15.66 today.

The drop in prices fits the yo-yo vision because the receiver was running down the right sidelines and from my left to my right. The right side is a common dream symbol for prices moving down because puts are always displayed on the right. He was also moving away from me, so he appeared to be getting smaller.

The bottom is unknown, but two different technical analysis charts show it is now within a few cents of a strong support level, so it might start bouncing there soon. On the daily chart, silver prices are well below the bottom of the Bollinger Bands, which typically indicates a reversal is close. However, other technical indicators are still showing it could drop further, listing it as a “strong sell” across all time periods. (Source: Investing.com)

If this is the fulfillment of the yo-yo vision, once it reaches the bottom, it should reverse and move all the way back up to about $17.16. Since it only took seven trading days to drop, I am expecting it will move back up just as fast.

Upward movements in silver prices can be leveraged with an ETF called USLV, which moves in the same direction as silver, but three times as fast. SLV is another trading vehicle for capturing changes in silver prices.

Prophetic insights like this often reveal incomplete information, which makes the interpretations challenging, so this is not a recommendation for investing.

James Bailey

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James Bailey is an author, business owner, husband and father of two children. His vision is to broadcast the good news of Jesus Christ through blog sites and other media outlets.

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Tony Leung
Tony Leung
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January 17, 2018 2:03 AM

James, I have a short dream this morning somebody gave me a piece of thin fired egg(white and yellow) on a plate. Do you have any new insight about gold and silver? Thank You!

Richard
Richard
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December 12, 2017 7:44 PM

I believe that we hit the bottom of Silver today. My bottom for SLV (based on Fibonacci extensions) on a one hour chart is $14.78. We bounced from that today. If that support holds tomorrow, I’ll be buying USLV and SLV calls.

Richard
Richard
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December 12, 2017 9:52 PM

James reminded me that with the FOMC meeting concluding tomorrow, we’ll need to watch the support level very carefully before confirming this entry point. If the FOMC slams the metals, I believe the next support level is $14.33 on SLV.

Michael Joseph
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December 9, 2017 10:13 PM

So, how are you trading it then, James?

Matt NZ
Matt NZ
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December 9, 2017 4:09 PM
Christian Block
Christian Block
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December 7, 2017 6:19 PM

I have seen instances where a drop in the price of silver or gold will pull down the price of crude oil and vice versa. I have been waiting for a spike in crude prices as a result of turmoil in the Middle East. With the declaration of Jerusalem as the capital by Trump, I am wondering if we are days away from a conflict breaking out there. If crude oil spikes, it could bring silver and gold with it. Great insights into silver, James!

Sue
Sue
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December 8, 2017 12:17 AM

we were weeks away from war even without Jerusalem. But yeah, probably days now. Russia/Iran/China will hit us first. The worst of it is our own gov’t has sold us out. They will invite in the Russians right into our country. We will wake up one day and they’ll be right there. It won’t take long before the fighting starts. It was meant to destroy the USA which it will do, but a remnant will survive and even thrive at that time.

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