A ‘mechanical’ buy that had been two weeks in coming triggered on Friday after bouncing off the green line at 22.02 no fewer than three times. Numerous subscribers swore on a stack of Holy Bibles that they have been paying attention to my Silver touts, so I will establish a tracking position and see how it goes. I’ll use a 22.10 cost basis, since Thursday’s initial bounce from the green line would have been stopped out following a partial, profitable exit. The not-so-sloppy-seconds pattern we are left to trade is shown here, and it implies two contracts would have been exited at p=22.27. Cash out a third at d=22.59 and use a 22.03 stop-loss for the 25% that remains unless instructed otherwise. _______ UPDATE (Jan 10, 7:03 p.m.): The futures are closing on 22.59 this evening. Exit another 25% as suggested, but switch to an impulsive stop-loss on the 30-minute chart for the 25% that remains. This implies stopping out the trade if a presumably corrective down-leg exceeds two prior lows without correcting, At present, the stop would be at 22.36. ______ UPDATE (Jan 11, 8:41 p.m.): If you Bible-thumping supposed silver lovers followed my instructions, you are still long a single contract (or 25% of the original position), with a realized gain of $4150 and another $3400 of unrealized. Use a 22.48 stop-loss for what remains, o-c-o with a closing offer at 23.20. An exit there would yield a total profit of around $9100. _______ UPDATE (Jan 12, 1:24 p.m.): Today’s strong upthrust has hit 23.22, so we are officially out of the position with a theoretical profit of $9100. The rally impaled the midpoint pivot of a larger pattern with such force that we can now use D=24.01 shown in this chart as a minimum upside objective.