I don’t know about you, but my family and I are waiting anxiously for Larry Edelson’s next major “buy” signal for gold — and so are thousands of others.
To anyone who’s been among Larry’s readers, the reasons should be obvious:
First, because we’re witnessing the biggest tidal wave of money printing in history — central banks deliberately trashing paper currencies and creating a massive, unprecedented, pent-up demand for alternatives, especially gold.
Second, despite all this, gold prices have continued to slide; and precious metals investors all over the world have been sorely disappointed … UNLESS, that is, they’ve been among the lucky ones heeding Larry’s advice to WAIT.
Third, this isn’t the only time Larry Edelson has bucked the gold crowd and hit the nail on the head.
He was one of the first analysts anywhere to recommend gold back in 2000 at just $260 per ounce.
|Larry Edelson was one of the first to declare the beginning of the gold market at $260 per ounce and to unambiguously announce its end two years ago.|
He was one of the only ones to get us out near the peak.
And for the last two years, I believe he’s THE only well-known gold analyst who has KEPT us out, continually protecting us from gold’s decline, even warning of a big plunge.
Now, finally, The New York Times, Forbes, and Goldman Sachs seem to think they’ve figured it all out.
A recent headline in The New York Times proclaimed …
GOLD LOSES ITS LUSTER
Forbes‘s headline was …
THE GOLD BLOODBATH
And Reuters recently ran this headline …
GOLDMAN SACHS CUTS GOLD PRICE FORECAST
Are they RIGHT?
Is gold dead? Is it finally time to give up, sell all your gold and move on?
Or could this overwhelming negativity be signaling just the opposite — that the nearly two-year pullback in gold is close to an end?
It’s your turn to put on your “analyst” hat and tell us what you think — in the first-ever Money and Markets GOLD SURVEY!
Simply click this link and give me your answers to five simple questions about gold.
Then, each day next week, Larry will share the best answers with you. And later, he’ll give you his answers, along with the steps he recommends that you take immediately.
Just go here to get started. Then be sure to join the debate next week.
Good luck and God bless!
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