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Larry Edelson

Larry Edelson
Almost everyone I talk to thinks the European sovereign debt crisis is coming to an end. They claim the decline in the euro will stoke inflation there … that Mario Draghi, the European Central Bank  head, will do everything possible to turn the economy around … That major European companies are now cheap, based on the decline in the euro…

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Larry Edelson
The interim bear market in gold and other precious metals that I’ve been tracking for you isn’t the only bear market out there. As I warned quite some time ago, the price of crude oil would also fall substantially, down to below $70 a barrel, and quite possibly lower, before it bottoms. Since June 19, oil has plunged from $107.44…

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Larry Edelson
Equity markets are now in a long-term bull market, the likes of which has not been seen since the 1932 to 1937 period, when the Dow Jones Industrials soared nearly 382 percent — rallying from a low of 40.56 in July 1932 to a high of 195.59 in March 1937 — even though the global economy continued to sink deeper…

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Larry Edelson
Almost no one thought gold and silver could ever get hit as hard as they’ve been. Not even the likes of big gold investors like George Soros … John Paulson … Rick Rule … Jimmy Rogers, and many others. The thing is, they don’t really understand the gold market. They thought they did, but they failed miserably.  They failed to…

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Larry Edelson
Ever since the March 2009 crash low in the U.S. equity markets, I’ve maintained my view that the Dow Industrials and other broad market indices were entering a new bull market. That forecast has been spot on. One of the tools I used to come to that conclusion in 2009 was the ratio of the Dow Industrials to the price…

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Larry Edelson
The most frequently asked question I seem to get is, “Larry, don’t you see hyperinflation for the U.S. in the years ahead?” It’s understandable. After all, we have seen the U.S. Federal Reserve print trillions of dollars. We see, in real life, most costs rising. And there is no shortage of pundits out there proclaiming the U.S. will soon experience…

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Larry Edelson
I’m getting so many questions from readers, so this week I’m going to devote my column to answering the most important ones. Let’s get started! Q: Larry, you had a tough time earlier this year with gold and silver, but now, you’re nailing it again. The precious metals are collapsing, just as you said they would. When will the bottom…

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Over the past couple of weeks, gold has managed a meager rally. Yet, despite the rally, gold has already given me a major sell signal. And another one looms ahead. Ditto for silver. It concerns me. Why? Because I know there are scores and scores of investors who are getting bad advice in the precious metals that will result in…

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Larry Edelson
When I coach investors and traders, I’m often asked what I think are the most common, most ruinous mistakes that investors make. Unfortunately, there are a lot of them. There are mistakes like risking too much money on a single trade or investment … not using protective stops … not using disciplined money management … trading too often … not…

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Larry Edelson
For some time now, I have been warning of a steep stock market correction. At times, even I felt like I was a stopped clock with the warnings. But I knew it was only a matter of time before the massive run-up in the U.S. equity markets from the March 2009 crash low would have to take a breather. I…

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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 way off the mark! “You told us the precious metals had bottomed. Instead, they are tanking now, with gold below $1,200 and no bottom in sight and silver crashing. “And recently, you told us to expect a bounce…

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Larry Edelson
While gold and silver are temporarily back in bear markets, the collectibles markets remain largely in a bull market, a sign of the times. For instance, the rare coin market continues to go nuts. Some examples of record sales include … – A 1794 Flowing Hair silver dollar, for a whopping $10,016,875 – An 1804 Type I silver dollar for…

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