The chart is somewhat self-explanatory just looking at it.
It has stalled and could be rolling over and might test the 22-day low (1-month low).
Risk just 1-average range and target 2-average ranges to take profits.
9:53AM EST Tuesday, Oct 2,
The market has fallen 2 average ranges from the entry recommendation. So, even though it hasn't fallen to its 22-day low near the 29 level (probably too extreme of a call, but I was simply looking to test the recent buyers and we have had that now).
EXTREME TRADING RECOMMENDATION:
If you don't wish to exit AND If you are extremely risk-seeking with your profits, there is a very good trade here to increase the size of your trade and only risk the original risk. Here's what I mean. I lowered the stop to break-even from just 1 average range above the entry, which it almost hit, by the way. Now what we can do is to layer on another position such that the entire risk of the trade is what your original risk$ was.
For example: If you shorted $10,000 of SLV and risked 60 cents (the 11-day ATR on that day) on 300 shares of SLV, you were risking $180, which is 60 cents per share times the 300 shares.
Now SLV is lower and you have a profit of just shy of the 2 ATR's at $1.10 or $330.
So, figure out what position size to have using the $33.58 original entry price as your stop, such that you would lose $180 if it went up to that stop. You would lose your original profit of $330, of course, but you would break-even on that 300 shares. If you short 180 shares additional, then you would lose $180 if SLV rallied $1 from here at $32.58. So, then answer is that you could short another 180 shares or $7000 additional for a total of $17,000 of silver sold short.
The target on the this trade would be a drop to the 22-day low, which was $29.25 when the trade started, but now that level has moved up to $31.47. So the total potential in this trade is 2.10 points on the original position of 300 shares and $1.10 on the additional 180 shares for a total of $660 + $330 or $990. This takes guts but by adding to your winners at increments (usually just 1 average true range, not 2) you can massively increase your return overall, but you experience greater feelings of "loss" along the way because you risk your open-profits in exchange for much greater profits. That just simply takes guts.