On Wednesday, Silver Investing News (SIN) looked at five silver companies listed on the NYSE and NYSEMKT that have risen fairly substantially since silver's price jump on October 14. The white metal rose from $15.30 to a high of $16.34 that day on the back of US nonfarm employment data, which according to iNVEZZ.com put pressure on the dollar and thus boosted silver's appeal as a hedge against risk. Since then, the metal has continued to fare well, closing Thursday at $16.27. With that in mind, SIN is back to look at three silver juniors that are up fairly substantially in the last five days. Without further ado, here they are: Golden Arrow (TSXV:GRG) Up 18.42 percent in the last five days, Vancouver-based Golden Arrow was no doubt boosted by a recent press release as well as by last week's uptick in the silver price. The company announced on October 18 that it has negotiated memorandums of understanding that will allow it to extend the drill program at its Chinchillas silver project, located in Argentina. Specifically, it plans to issue 1,216,683 common shares of the company in exchange for an additional 6,400 meters of "drilling and drill related support services" valued at $1,679,546. Speaking about the arrangement, CEO Joseph Grosso said, "[it] allows us to advance Chinchillas to the feasibility stage and to preserve the exceptional leverage of Golden Arrow's 41 million currently issued shares." Watch SIN's recent video interview with Brian McEwen, Golden Arrow's vice president of exploration and development, to learn more about the company. It has also recently garnered positive attention from analyst Thomas Schuster and silver guru David Morgan.