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August 31, 2012, 11:00 AM

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The month ends and all eyes are on Bernanke as his words later today will impact all markets, including gold and silver. While we will keep you updated if anything changes based on this speech, we already know what the charts are suggesting - some outcomes are more likely than the others. In today's Premium Update we analyze multiple gold, silver, mining stocks, currencies and stock charts in order to tell you what's likely to happen next in the precious metals sector.

The situation in the USD and Euro indices is once again the most important thing that one needs to focus on. The analysis of these currencies combined with the important clues from the mining stocks sector allow us to see the technical picture much clearer than it would be the case if we focused only on gold and silver charts. As always, we provide you with detailed suggestions for both: long-term investment capital and the speculative one with a direct trading suggestion.

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