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Larry Edelson

Larry Edelson

A specter is haunting the world … and it’s NOT the specter of communism. Or the collapse of capitalism.
It’s the specter of the ramping up of the war cycles I’ve told you about — bloody regional and civil wars like we haven’t seen since the 1930s … wars that may soon wreak havoc with your finances … further erode

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Larry Edelson

As I pen this column, gold and silver continue to build a base. That base will strengthen dramatically as long as gold holds the $1,278 level on a weekly closing basis, and silver holds its June 2013 low at $18.18, also on a weekly closing basis.
Meanwhile, the euro appears ready to crack, and deflation still has the upper hand

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Larry Edelson

Because I think the dollar is doomed as the world’s reserve currency … because I believe gold will one day — not too far off — trade at well over $5,000 an ounce …
And because I think the U.S. economy will eventually slip to number two in the world, behind China …
Most people think I’m a doomsayer on

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Larry Edelson

“So, what gives, Larry? For years, you have been right as rain on gold and silver, and now, it seems like you’re striking out left and right?”
“You told us the metals would bottom in January. Instead, they rallied and you missed the rally.”
“You told us the metals would then bottom again in May, and now I hear you

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This past week will go down in history as a pivotal turning point never to be forgotten.
Russia annexed Crimea, the first major land grab in Europe since World War II. A new Cold War has suddenly burst onto the scene. And Janet Yellen testified before Congress that short-term interest rates could be raised sooner than most analysts expected.
Now,…

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Larry Edelson

Yes, I am bullish on the U.S. equity markets long-term. But right here and now is a very different story.
Look, the S&P 500 Index soared 32.4 percent higher last year without much more than a five percent correction along the way. The phrase over-bought doesn’t even begin to explain how extended this stock market is right now.
European stocks

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Larry Edelson

If you’re like most investors, you believe the worst of the 2008 debt crisis — and the Great Recession that followed — are over.
You believe America is now solidly on the road to economic recovery, her greatest struggles behind her.
But if you’ve been following my work, you know it’s nothing but a mirage; bought and paid for by

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Larry Edelson

I’ve received so much great feedback from my Feb. 17 question-and-answer column, I’ve decided to do another Q&A issue today.
The mere fact that I’m getting so many mailbag questions in and of itself tells us all that something is brewing out there, big time!
So with that in mind, let’s get started.
Q: The S&P 500 has hit new

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Larry Edelson

Over the past few weeks, emerging markets have taken a hit. Currencies from the Russian ruble and the Thai baht to the Brazilian real have fallen sharply against the U.S. dollar.
Stock markets from Mexico and Asia to South Africa have also taken a nosedive, with the CBOE Emerging Market ETF losing as much as 24 percent of its value

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Larry Edelson

Almost everyone thinks gold has bottomed. And almost everyone also thinks I’ve been dead wrong on gold.
I wish I were wrong. I wish gold has bottomed. But there is nothing, and I mean nothing, that convinces me that my models on gold are wrong. Only in the very short-term.
Keep in mind my models on gold have never missed

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Larry Edelson

Larry here, with an important message about interest rates. My colleague Mike Larson is the rate maven, but I too study them in great detail, and have indeed tracked them back literally thousands of years.
In my columns, I previously told you — back in the middle of 2012 — that interest rates had bottomed according to the very reliable

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Larry Edelson

The recent volatility in the markets is prompting a lot of questions from readers. So instead of writing my usual type of column today, I’m going to answer a handful of the most important questions and thoughts on your mind.
Let’s get started …
Q: Stocks really took a nosedive over the past couple of weeks. Is this the start

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