"I am bullish," says Dange, who was long silver this morning and will stay long unless the price slips below $29.63. Dange has said that a move above $30 would push prices to $35 an ounce. "The next leg for these commodities should be up barring any substantial economic or political news in the coming weeks," Dange said. Higher gold prices have to contend with a triple-top in which the metal tried three times to break above its intraday high of $1,432 an ounce, which for many technical traders is a cautious sign. It's not that gold can't go higher, but that there are more headwinds aside from fundamentals. "Gold certainly needs some more work ahead before it can make new highs," argues David Morgan, founder of Silver-Investor.com, "Silver is tougher to analyze."