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PREMIUM UPDATE

December 30, 2009, 12:00 PM

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The precious metals market is currently in the "close to the bottom" mode. The key question is how close is "close enough for you" to enter the market. The answer depends on your individual preferences. This week I elaborate on the most profitable actions that the long-term Precious Metals Investors, and Speculators can take given the current market juncture.
This is one of the biggest Premium Updates that I've created so far - 14 charts and over 5000 words dedicated to the precious metals market and everything around it with the focus on the long-term success of your portfolio. I analyze gold, silver, and PM stocks from both long- and short-term perspective. In fact, the analysis of the long-term gold chart had to be split into two separate charts because of the amount of the information that they contain. Other things covered in this Premium Update include: the change in the correlations between PMs and one of their key drivers, PM stocks' relative performance to other stocks, the financial sector, one of our unique indicators, and much more.
Additionally, I summarize the performance of the Premium Service in 2009, which I'm sure you will agree has achieved a high degree of accuracy.

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