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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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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.

Read more in the latest Market Overview report.

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