I hope my comment about silver breaking that trendline didn't lead you to buying it. I use trendlines for channels, and only use them for buying when the price easily crosses the trendline - something where the price is flat for a while, the trendline comes down to it and it only requires a few percent gain to break up and through. A 30% gain and then a break is not a good risk/reward choice. The time if any to buy is on significant pullbacks - touching lower bollinger bands, not upper. Sorry if I misled you. I never chase performance, even if it breaks a trendline.
However, it and gold breaking their trendlines and then reversing as hard as they have is bearish for both of them. Sorry if that seems obvious.
"When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, sir?"
John Maynard Keynes