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Silver

Precious Metals – Gold and Silver Price Targets

by Adam Hewison

The gold and silver markets rallied dramatically to the upside as concerns and worries over oil supplies, inflation, and general nervousness in the world markets pushed both metals into new high ground.

I have just completed a new short video where I share with you my upside target zones for gold. The video only takes a few minutes to watch and emphasizes how important technical analysis is in the gold market. Our weekly Trade Triangles have been long gold from $1,368 and it looks as though that position is going to work out well.

We also refer back to a video that I made on September 20th last year, which underscores the importance of cyclic work in the gold market and, how if these same cycles hold true, can predict with a fair degree of certainty when the next cyclic high is going to occur.

I reveal all of this in this new short video that I think you’ll find both informative and educational. Take a look at the short video here:

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Free video: Gold and silver price targets

Bob Prechter Reveals the Most Dangerous Gold & Silver Myths

A FREE report keeps you on the right side of precious metals

By Nico Isaac

Right now, the gold BULL-ion bandwagon is more crowded than a New York subway train during rush hour. But before you squeeze your way into the crowd of passengers, you should know one thing: Those steering the course are using outdated maps based on ill-conceived notions and illusory hopes.

Where can you get better information about gold and silver? Take a look at the latest FREE resource from Club EWI, the Gold and Silver eBook. This riveting, 40-page eBook pools the recent and archived writings on the precious metals by EWI president Bob Prechter himself. The result is a comprehensive collection that spans the last four decades of gold and silver history to expose the most dangerous market myths. Off the top is this familiar bit of “wisdom” from the school of Alan Greenspan:

It is impossible to foresee the end of major trends in precious metals BEFORE they occur. Hindsight is foresight.

NOT SO, says Prechter. Since gold and silver established their all-time record peaks in 1979-80, he has stayed one step ahead of the metals’ history-making turns. Here, Chapters 2 and 3 of the Gold & Silver eBook offer up the following excerpts from Bob’s earliest writings:

Silver

  • November 18, 1979, Elliott Wave Theorist (EWT): With silver prices hovering near $20/ounce, Bob wrote: “If my wave count is valid, silver can be expected to drop back down to between $4 and $6, $3.20-$3.49 some time in the next decade.”

What actually happened: From there, silver prices embarked on a 13-year bear market that saw prices plunge into the $3.50-per-ounce area.

  • March 26, 1993, EWT: “Silver is approaching a major bottom” of its decades-plus long downtrend.

What actually happened: Silver found its low in 1993.

Gold

  • December 9, 1979, EWT: “After 13 years of rise, Elliott counts now suggest an important top is near in gold. The downside target is at least $282.50.”

What actually happened: While the price projection for gold’s peak was far off the mark (the Theorist cited the upper $480/ounce range), the time target of early 1980 was met with accuracy. From its 1980 peak, gold prices plummeted nearly 70% before hitting bottom in 2001.

  • At the Crest of the Tidal Wave, 1995: “One attractive termination date for the gold bottom is New Year’s Day of 2001 (plus/minus a month). That way, it will have lasted a … a lean 21 years from the 1980 peak.”

What actually happened: Gold registered its low at $255 on February 20, 2001.

Now that we can see that it is possible to benefit from foresight about the end of major trends in precious metals, what about these other popular notions —

  • Gold always goes up in recession and depressions.
  • Gold always performs better than stocks in economic downturns.
  • Gold and Silver are just beginning (as in the year 2010) their biggest bull market runs ever.

Download Robert Prechter’s FREE 40-Page Gold and Silver eBook. Is gold a simple buy-and-hold at today’s prices? The independent insights in this valuable ebook deliver Prechter’s complete analysis and help you decide how to – and how not to – incorporate gold and silver successfully into your own investment strategy. Learn more, and download your Gold and Silver eBook here.


Nico Isaac writes for Elliott Wave International, a market forecasting and technical analysis firm.

Silver versus Gold

by Adam Hewison

Late in 2009 a lot of folks began asking us about buying silver instead of gold. At the time, we stated exactly how we felt, in that, why would you try to buy something that is not in the same league as gold? The two markets are completely different and are driven by a different set of emotions and fundamentals.

This is the first video that I’ve done on silver in quite some time, but I think it’s an important one for you to see.

One of the standout features that I noticed was the fact that when gold was making new all-time highs in early December, silver failed to take out the March 2008 high. I consider this to be a negative.

In this short video you will very quickly see how we feel about silver and how you can benefit from looking at this market from a different perspective.

As always our videos are free to watch and there are no registration requirements.

Watch the video here: Looking At Silver for All the Wrong Reasons (2:44)

Gold and Silver Investments – Free eBook

Gold bugs have long touted the yellow metal’s time-tested store of value. But, contrary to popular opinion, gold isn’t always the best investment when times get tough – and we have the analysis to prove it.

Our friends at Elliott Wave International have just released a brand-new eBook that will help you decide just how – and when – gold and silver should be put to work in your portfolio.

Among the unique insights in this free eBook are 6 eye-opening tables that reveal how gold and silver performed vs. stocks and T-notes during each of the 11 recession-expansion cycles of the past 100 years. These tables alone are worthy of a high price tag, but you can download them for free.

You’ll also get valuable analysis for gold stocks, precious coins and more – all at no cost.

If you have even the slightest interest in gold and silver, you must consult this free 40-page eBook now. It will show you how to invest in precious metals safely and successfully like no other resource can.

In this FREE 40-page eBook, you’ll discover:

  • 6 revealing tables, which outline historical performance records for gold and silver vs. stocks and T-notes during each of the 11 recession-expansion cycles of the past 100 years.
  • Long-term analysis of gold stocks.
  • A special section on gold and silver coins.
  • A revealing essay titled “Gold Is Still Money.”
  • EWI’s brand-new Gold Plus Silver Index and how it can help you.
  • An amazing picture of today’s stock market if priced in honest money (gold), like it was in the 1920s.
  • Some of Prechter’s latest commentary and forecasts for gold and silver.
  • And so much more!

Learn more about the free 40-page Gold and Silver eBook here.

Gold, Silver, Platinum…W.T.F.?

I’m sure many of you read that title and your mind went in the gutter, but today I’m going to show you a whole new meaning for this acronym and how it applies to gold, silver, and platinum.

These three markets have a lot of volume, government implications, and technicals lining up for potentially great trades. Gold makes a record high, then pulls back. Silver is inching towards an all-time high level and platinum is making people rethink their decision to go with a white gold wedding band.

Where do you stand in these markets and maybe more importantly, where should you stand?

Click here to find out what W.T.F. really stands for and what does it have to do with gold, silver, and platinum?

You’ve got to watch the video to find out.