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April 25, 2013, 9:37 AM

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Goldman Sachs has covered its gold short this week. Asians are buying gold so fast that Hong Kong's banks, jewelers and gold exchange are having a hard time to meet demand.

When this correction is done and the bull market takes off again, we want to make sure that you – our subscribers – and ourselves are among those that are invested. Is it time to be already back in the market? In today's Premium Update we look at:

  • The outlook for the general stock market, with prices above previous highs
  • Low volume levels on Wednesday when gold rallied
  • Analogy between current situation and late 2011
  • Thursday's early-trading rally
  • Silver's underperformance
  • Mining stocks in a major and accelerating downtrend (except for Wednesday's rally)
  • Top junior miners ranking (our top picks from last rankings outperformed GDXJ by 10%!)

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Read more in the latest Market Overview report.

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