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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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