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March 8, 2013, 8:20 AM

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed a steep wall of worry and Tuesday returned to its all-time high from late 2007. The Dow finished at 14253.77, topping the previous record set in October 2007 and is already up 8.8% for the year...

But is this such a historic moment as the press has portrayed it? Inside our Premium Update you’ll find:

  • Why new Dow highs spur more gold buying
  • Are there any bullish signs this week for the greenback
  • Will S&P 500 rally further
  • Is a rally in crude oil possible
  • Would a daily Dollar rally hurt the price of gold
  • Gold above $2,000 in a few months - is this possible?
  • Could we see silver rally any time soon
  • Platinum for speculative purposes - a yes or a no?
  • A situation in mining stocks you just can’t miss
  • What makes the current bull market for gold stocks more extreme than in year 2008

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Aug Market Overview

Gold Market Overview

In the last edition of the Market Overview we analyzed the nature of gold and defined it as a global monetary asset rather than a commodity. Because of its nature, neither mining production nor industrial demand nor consumer demand nor central banks’ demand drives the gold price. In reality the casual relationship takes place in the opposite direction: the gold price affects these categories of demand. We concluded that the investment demand drives the gold prices, because only professional investors (not consumers) provoke a stable, sustainable rise (or decline) in the gold price. This time we will focus on the investment demand and its determinants.

Read more in the latest Market Overview report.

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