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February 15, 2013, 9:50 AM

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In 2010, central banks collectively bought 77.3 metric tons of gold. Then, 456.8 (!) tons in year 2011, and 534.6 tons in 2012. These aggressive purchases provided a floor to the price of gold on the long-term, and we believe, they will continue into the year of 2013...

On the short-term, however, gold price swings are prone to momentary emotions prevailing on the market.

Today, we reveal how you can profit on emotions associated with the following:

  • Verification of the reverse head-and-shoulders pattern in Euro
  • Head-and-shoulders pattern in Dollar and an upcoming cyclical turning point
  • Steady rally to higher levels in S&P 500
  • Odds for a breakout of crude oil prices
  • A long-term cycle in gold
  • Important breakdown in silver
  • Platinum’s price above last week’s high
  • Current situation in mining stocks vs. long-term situation in gold and silver

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May Market Overview

Gold Market Overview

In this edition of the Market Overview, we will discuss the gold lending and swap market – a misunderstood and overlooked part of the gold market. Are you confused by the talk of gold backwardation, the gold lease rates (GLR) or the gold forward offered rates (GOFO)? This edition of the Market Overview will show you how these gold market-related interest rates and the price of gold interfere with each other. We will also discuss how the gold leasing is conducted, how it is linked to the gold prices, and why gold is leased at all. Last but not least, we will analyze whether the leasing of gold by central banks affects the price of gold, what negative gold forward rates mean, and how to interpret the occurrence of backwardation in gold.

Read more in the latest Market Overview report.

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