The sharp vertical drop with nearly identical impulse recovery seems more indicative of wave E than C as I had it in my previous idea. Looking at the larger time frame this is a continuation pattern with the next stop around $50 - top of the lrge triangle.
There is not enough data to support any of the long term projections, but considering the state of the world (markets crash) and possible gold and silver patterns, this is an alternative scenario. We'll have to wait and see what happens around 23, maybe we'll get a triangle as depicted.
EOS hit bottom of the long term channel, in the process creating a falling wedge pattern which is about to result in a break out and run to $8-$10, after which a retest of a bottom of a (new, steeper) uptrend channel is expected.
Here is a "ridiculous" gold/silver ratio chart .. We know markets love extremes, so it is perfectly "normal" for a swing in one direction (gold/silver = 120) to swing in the other direction (gold/silver=25) .. so even though it is ridiculous for a rational mind to expect gold +$2400 and silver +$110 by May, that is what the chart says ..
I could try to...