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Post by Guest Sun Apr 14, 2013 11:51 am

In my email this morning from Uncommon Wisdom. I follow these guys every day and have not lost yet from their wisdom they bring.

Dear AJ,

It’s no secret that the gold market’s been consolidating over the last few months, and it’s not much of a surprise.
The temporary strength of the dollar ... combined with the irrational exuberance in the markets ... has many investors piling into more-speculative assets.
But instead of joining the crowd, I’m using this sell-off as a buying opportunity ... especially considering all the positive signs for gold right now.
Here’s what I mean:
Fact #1: Central Banks are still printing like crazy ...
The Federal Reserve is printing $85 billion a month with no definitive end in sight ... and just a few days ago, Japan announced it would print $1.4 trillion to paper over its economic woes.
Now even Russia, Brazil, Hong Kong, Colombia and Switzerland are looking to join the party to boost their struggling economies.
This flood of paper money ensures the loss of purchasing power against assets with real value ... commodities like oil, silver, platinum and even agriculture products.
It’s just a matter of time before all these currencies start falling against the one currency with true value ... Gold.
Fact #2: Demand is still strong ...
Even though some hedge funds and institutional investors are currently taking profits, Central Banks are buying more gold than ever ...
According to the World Gold Council, last year central banks bought the most gold since 1964, up 17% year-over-year ... and many economists expect this trend accelerate this year.
And just like you don’t want to fight the Fed in the stock market ... it’s simply unwise to fight the Central Banks when it comes to gold.
Fact #3: The political gridlock in Congress will not provide solutions ...
It’s clear that Congress has no real solution to our unprecedented deficit spending ... and it’s clear that they will never take the necessary steps to address our growing entitlement-spending shortfalls.
Their only solution is to continue to borrow money from countries like China ... and hope and pray they don’t cut up our credit card.
But the fact is, one day our creditors will wake up to the fact we’ve built a house of cards ... and when that day comes, I can guarantee you’ll be glad you own gold and silver.
But here’s the thing ...
If you own bullion and coins, you will be protected and you’ll probably make a nice return, too.
But I’ve uncovered a much-more-exciting way to profit on gold’s next move.
In fact, there’s one investment that could hand you 5x, 10x, even 40x your gains on gold ... in a fraction of the time ... without using futures, options or any leverage at all.
And the remarkable thing is, the last time gold made a big move ...



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Think of that.
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The crazy thing is, I see an even-bigger opportunity setting up in gold in the next few weeks ... one that could spin off life-changing profits for any well-prepared investor ... as the next explosive phase of this historic bull market in gold kicks off into hyper-drive.
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Best wishes,
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Uncommon Wisdom

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Post by Kevind53 Sun Apr 14, 2013 1:24 pm

Interesting article. He does make a lot of good points. In fact I have used some the the same phrases myself ... like "irrational exuberance." Twisted Evil A big part of why I see a crash in our future.

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Post by Guest Sun Apr 14, 2013 6:13 pm

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Well here we are Sunday evening with the World Gold Spot Market opening with gold starting to climb some, but we'll see what happens in the morning when the NY Exchange opens! See the green line at the end of the red.

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Post by Guest Sun Apr 14, 2013 10:34 pm

Gold down $33.00 from friday's close, WOW! Gold very well may be heading to 700-800, but if the RV does not happen and The Fed does not quit printing 85 billion per month, this country is going down and gold is going through the roof! AJ

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Post by clayf Sun Apr 14, 2013 10:45 pm

Down 47.00 now!! Its dropped over 300.00 in the last 3 months...ouch for somebody who was'nt paying attention...
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Post by Guest Sun Apr 14, 2013 11:01 pm

$200.00 since Feb. First!

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Post by Guest Sun Apr 14, 2013 11:04 pm

Its getting scary because the US Dollar is not going up!

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Post by Guest Mon Apr 15, 2013 7:50 am

AJAnderson wrote:Its getting scary because the US Dollar is not going up!

Gold down $75 before NY open, the dollar is not up, most currencies down to the dollar. Gold had dipped below $1400 earlier today. Now that's all scary. I have never seen anything like it!

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Post by Guest Mon Apr 15, 2013 8:27 am

AJAnderson wrote:
AJAnderson wrote:Its getting scary because the US Dollar is not going up!

Gold down $75 before NY open, the dollar is not up, most currencies down to the dollar. Gold had dipped below $1400 earlier today. Now that's all scary. I have never seen anything like it!
At Mondays open on the NY Exchange gold jumped back to $1420, but is still on the down slide!

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Post by Ssmith Mon Apr 15, 2013 10:10 am

Ouch! This hurts!
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Post by SEBtopdog Mon Apr 15, 2013 1:30 pm

Personally, I wouldn't recommend selling gold at this point. If you're in it, just hang on for the ride. I believe it will rebound strongly soon. Not tomorrow, but soon.
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Post by Beth Mon Apr 15, 2013 1:32 pm

Prayer... It's all we got!
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Post by Guest Mon Apr 15, 2013 1:34 pm

@SEBtopdog wrote:Personally, I wouldn't recommend selling gold at this point. If you're in it, just hang on for the ride. I believe it will rebound strongly soon. Not tomorrow, but soon.
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Do you own gold Seb...

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Post by SEBtopdog Mon Apr 15, 2013 1:36 pm

A little, punisher. I'm no "player" though. How 'bout you?

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Post by Guest Mon Apr 15, 2013 1:37 pm

Only my gold ring LOL.

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Post by Beth Mon Apr 15, 2013 1:50 pm

Gold Investors Exit Amid Price Collapse

pr 15, 2013 8:02am


Morning Business Memo…

The biggest story on global financial markets today is the collapse
of gold and silver prices. Gold is down more than $90 an ounce since
Friday – a fall of about 7 percent. The price drop comes on top of last
week’s 4.7 percent tumble. Silver prices tumbled 8 percent, or $24 an
ounce. Copper is also falling. The reasons for the plunge are linked to
the recent rise in the stock market, the slow, steady improvement of the
US economy and the recent strength of the dollar. Crude oil futures
have tumbled on global markets, down to less than $89 for West Texas
crude, the lowest price since December, 2012. For years gold bugs have
predicted economic apocalypse with hyper-inflation and a collapse of
stock prices. That simply hasn’t happened, and many investors have given
up on gold, shifting funds out of precious metals. Last week Goldman
Sachs issued a report, predicting gold prices would tumble. More
volatility is expected in the days to come.

Dish Network is offering to buy Sprint Nextel in a
cash and stock deal worth more than $25 billion or $7 a share. The offer
is in competition with a complicated bid for Sprint by the
Japanese-owned telecommunications and Internet firm Softbank. Sprint’s
stock jumped 13 percent in pre-market trading. Sprint shares closed at
$6.22 on Friday. Dish argues that the deal represents a premium to
Softbank’s proposal to buy 70 percent of Sprint for $20.1 billion.
Softbank is seeking approval from U.S. authorities for its purchase that
would be Japan’s biggest foreign acquisition ever.

Medical tests are a growing business. Thermo Fisher
Scientific is said to be close to a deal to buy genetic testing company
Life Technologies. The bid is reported to be worth around $12 billion.
Both sides held more talks yesterday.

A snapshot on housing. Today The National
Association of Homebuilders releases its housing market index for April.
It may show more improvement. This will be a busy week for first-quarter corporate profits. More than 70 big companies to report between now and Friday

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Post by Guest Mon Apr 15, 2013 2:30 pm

Interesting news today.

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Post by Beth Mon Apr 15, 2013 2:31 pm

Gold Crushed in Historic Rout




Published April 15, 2013
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Gold dropped 6 percent on Monday to below $1,400 per ounce, its
lowest since March 2011, as investors took fright at a market that is
heading for its biggest two-day fall in 30 years.

Gold has capitulated in the last two trading days to pressure from a
proposed sale of Cypriot gold holdings and concern that other nations
might follow suit. Traders also cited concern that the U.S. Federal
Reserve might reduce monetary stimulus towards the end of the year..

"You can't stand in front of a steam train - the market has to run
itself out and then I think you will see some meaningful correction
towards the $1,510-$1,525 level," said Gerhard Max Schubert, head of
commodities at Emirates NBD bank in Dubai.

Weaker than expected Chinese economic data earlier on Monday simply
gave investors another excuse to slash holdings as other commodities
including oil and copper dived.

Spot gold dropped as low as $1,384.69 an ounce before recovering
slightly to $1,406 during afternoon trading, still down nearly 5
percent. Gold is on course to record the biggest two-day fall since
1983.

U.S. futures for June delivery fell more than six percent to $1,385, the largest daily drop since June 2006.
"We are entering a phase of additional long liquidation by ETF
investors and short-selling from hedge funds, which will continue in the
foreseeable future," Saxo Bank senior manager Ole Hansen said.

"Purely looking at the charts, support would now be at $1,300, which
would equate the 50 percent retracement from the rally from the Lehman
crack in 2008 to the September 2011 record high."

Other precious metals were also hit by heavy selling, with silver
falling to its lowest since October 2010, platinum at its weakest since
August last year, and palladium hitting a three-month low.

By contrast, hedge funds and money managers raised their net longs in
gold futures and options in the week to April 9, a report by Commodity
Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) showed on Friday.

Investors cut exposure to gold, with total holdings at the world's
major bullion gold-backed exchange-traded-funds falling to their lowest
since early 2012.

Holdings of the largest fund, New York's SPDR Gold Trust GLD fell a further 22 tonnes on Friday.
Investors have been dumping gold for the past three weeks. Even
escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula and Japan's aggressive
monetary stimulus have failed to burnish its safe-haven appeal.

Cyprus's plan to sell gold reserves to raise around 400 million euros
($525 million) has raised concerns other indebted euro zone countries
could follow suit.

"Investors are worried that Cyprus can set a precedent and other
central banks follow, and this is bearish also considering that one of
the pillars for gold's bull-run in recent years has been central banks'
buying," Hansen said.

Meanwhile a hint that monetary stimulus might be reduced by the United States could further dent gold's appeal.
"What we now see is panic selling, perhaps triggered by the Fed's
stimulus view. The Fed has given the signal that there's a possibility
to reduce QE, and that took a lot of trust out of gold," said Dominic
Schnider, an analyst at UBS Wealth Management.

While policy doves currently hold sway over Chairman Ben Bernanke and
the majority of Fed policymakers, minutes from last month's policy
meeting suggested the quantitative easing programme could draw to a
close by year-end, earlier than some economists had expected.

Silver was down 6.1 percent to $24.29 an ounce, having fallen to its lowest since October 2010 at $22.97.


Spot palladium dropped 6 percent to its lowest since Jan. 8 at
$665.75 and was then seen at $680, down 3.7 percent, while spot platinum
was down 2.2 percent at $1,455, having earlier dipped o an eight-month
low of $1,418.99.


http://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/2013/04/15/gold-nosedives-to-two-year-low/?test=latestnews
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Post by Guest Mon Apr 15, 2013 2:36 pm

Yep, saw it happen with my own eyes! Oil dropped also to around 88 per barrel!

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Post by Kevind53 Mon Apr 15, 2013 4:16 pm

And the gold and silver dealers on TV are busy hawking their wares.....

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Post by Guest Mon Apr 15, 2013 4:52 pm

Gold down $128.00. I wonder who's buying it all up? China!

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