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April 5, 2013, 8:34 AM

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Only two weeks after the Cyprus lesson, investors seem to have forgotten it. Gold has dropped below the pre-Cyprus crisis level... And today you are about to learn:

  • Why so little is changing while so much is going on
  • How low could gold drop and still remain in a secular bull market
  • The next long-term turning point in gold
  • How the transportation-to-industrial stocks ratio is correlated with precious metals
  • A weakening link between USD Index and gold
  • An analogy between the current trading patterns and those seen in 2010 Euro Index chart
  • Gold from the perspective of Japanese yen with a round of quantitative easing announced by the Bank of Japan
  • New situation for gold priced in Australian dollars
  • Possible target for silver some $5 from the current price
  • A critical time for gold stocks
  • What could dramatically change the situation in mining stocks
  • Long-term implications of the Cyprus crisis
  • What could pre-determine the next big move in precious metals

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The complexity and uniqueness of the gold market make people differ in their opinions about it. Some say that the precious metals are under the thumb of central bankers, while others blame big banks and their use of derivatives (‘naked’ shorts) and high-frequency trading for the declines in the price of gold. There are also worries about the discrepancy between paper gold and physical gold, the fairness of London trading, declining inventories at Comex and leasing of gold by central banks. We will try to examine these views so investors have a better understanding of the gold market and its true drivers.

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