Silver will remain parabolic on a long term basis. Stand back and think about what a ten year parabolic move in silver could mean. If it rises parabolically, the pullbacks, even if they are huge, may not be apparent, because they will happen quickly. Volatility will hide the short term moves beneath the long term trend.
Silver will average at a 4% clip while it moves back to its nominal high of $50. It will see moves of 3.5% on back to back days, with then a 3% pullback. Come the $46 mark there will be a move up to $50, with another large selloff. This will likely happen two times other than the last, with each sell off being less than the previous. Once $50 hits, the pullback should move to $42. Then $50 will be tested again with a pullback to around $46. The market makers will protect $50 for as long as possible.
The market can only test $50 so many times before it breaks, and once it does, it is on to another level. Like I just wrote, $50 will likely be tested and sold twice more, as three is the major number when it comes to tested resistance levels. On a long term, ten year chart, these pullbacks will not be noticeable, even though volatility will remain high until silver is recognized as monie. This will either be when a Central Bank moves assets into silver officially, or when a major exchange defaults on physical and tries to paper over delivery.