You can do what you want…but keep in mind, SLV doesn’t even reach its first major resistance until $25-$27ish and I think it has no problem ultimately reaching the $34ish resistance, due to how long it was out of favor and how long it traded in somewhat of a sideways range for so many years.
Long, boring ranges breakout into long, strong trends. And while there could be very volatile pullbacks along the way…I think this one goes so much higher.
If you haven’t sold half of your shares yet, you might consider that. But if you’ve done that, you might consider holding onto your other half.
Insane market valuations, stimulus, falling dollar…metals all rising…metals all rising in every major currency, etc. are all reasons why it’s likely to go higher overall.