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Sep 30, 2009

Do You Understand How Divergences Work in the Market?

This is a very important market action to observe." . Divergences originate when the highs and lows that the market makes, differs from the  trend the MACD shows us. This is a very educational video in which Adam gives us his knowledge and experience on how to interpret divergences.

 Fernando Guzmán Cavero
FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL Markets


By Adam Hewison
 In my new short video, I share with you some divergences that are taking place in the S&P 500 right now.
I’m also going to show you divergences that didn’t work out, what you should look for, and how you should act when a divergence does not work.
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Adam Hewison
President of INO.com
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Gata Dispatches

Target of Fed's biggest manipulation is the public

10:08p ET Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
Jim Sinclair remarks sardonically tonight that before the Federal Reserve is through threatening the public against the audit legislation proposed by U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, the Fed will be warning that an audit will cause not just higher interest rates but also infertility and the bends. Meanwhile, as suggested by the Associated Press story appended here, the Fed is talking out of both sides of its mouth, keeping interest rates at zero on one day and the next day warning about a quick and sharp rise in rates. This kind of thing is part of the biggest Fed manipulation of all -- the manipulation of the public.
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
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Officials: Fed Will Have to Boost Rates Quickly
By Jeannine Aversa
Associated Press
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090929/ap_on_bi_ge/us_fed_exit_strategy
WASHINGTON -- To prevent inflation from taking off, the Federal Reserve will need to start boosting interest rates quickly and aggressively once the economy is back on firmer footing, Fed officials warned Tuesday.
"I expect that when it comes time to tighten monetary policy, my colleagues and I will move with an alacrity that, if needed, will be equal in speed and intensity" to when the Fed was slashing rates to battle the recession and the financial crisis, said Richard Fisher, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
Although Fisher has a reputation for being one of the Fed's toughest inflation fighters, it marked the second such warning by a central bank official in recent days. Fed member Kevin Warsh on Friday said the central bank will need to move swiftly when the time comes to raise rates.
Charles Plosser, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and also a hawk against inflation, waded into the debate in a speech Tuesday in Easton, Pa., saying the Fed may need to act "well before" unemployment -- now at a 26-year high of 9.7 percent -- returns to normal. The Fed, he said, will need to be on guard "to prevent the Second Great Inflation."
It's all part of a high-wire act that the Fed has to perform as the economy transitions from recession to recovery.
If the Fed raises rates and reels in the unprecedented support too soon, it could short-circuit the rebound. If the central bank waits too long to rein in its stimulus, inflation could be unleashed.
"The wind-down process needs to begin as soon as there are convincing signs that economic growth is gaining traction and that the lending capacity of the banking system is capable of expansion," according to excerpts of a speech Fisher delivered in Dallas. That also was similar to Warsh's comments last week.
Some investors found Warsh's comments confusing, especially coming just two days after the Fed decided to hold its key bank lending rate at a record low near zero and pledged to keep it there for an "extended period." Most economists read that to mean the Fed would keep rates at super-low levels through this year and into part of 2010.
Warsh's comments led some investors to believe that rate increases could come sooner. The last time the Fed raised rates was in June 2006, around the time that the housing bubble reached its peak.
The notion that central banks should act forcefully -- versus gradually -- in raising rates after a financial crisis was a subject of discussion at a Fed conference in Wyoming in August.
When the decision is made to boost rates, they will need to be "increased aggressively," argued Carl Walsh, a professor of economics at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and an expert on monetary policy. "Committing to a gradual increase in the policy rate is not justified."
Consumers, businesses and investors must feel more confident that prices won't spiral higher in the future, so their inflation expectations don't become "unanchored," Walsh said last month.
On other matters, Fisher said Tuesday that despite some signs of improvement, the housing market is "still on life support."
The Fed last week announced it was slowing down a program intended to lower mortgage rates and aid the housing sector. "The market for housing will not become truly robust until market forces replace the prostheses of government support," Fisher said.
Still, home prices rose for the third straight month in July. The Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller home price index of 20 major cities rose 1.2 percent from June. Though 13.3 percent below July a year ago, the annual price declines have slowed in all 20 cities for the sixth straight month, according to data released Tuesday.

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Sep 29, 2009

Memory help on Adam Hewison acute and accurate analysis of Gold

This article is a memory aid on the acute and accurate analysis on gold since August 7,2009 by Adam Hewison. You can view these videos in ascending order (from the older to the newer), Here:

1.-August 7,2009:    Has gold bull finally arrived ?


2.-September 3,2009:Gold :Is this the move we have been waiting for?

3.-September 27,2009:  Gold : It's all falling into place


Fernando Guzmán Cavero
FGC  BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS


Mininginteractive



MAWSON RESOURCES LTD.

FINNISH AUTHORITIES GRANT
MAWSON RESOURCES ONE OF THE NATION'S LARGEST KNOWN URANIUM DEPOSITS
THE HISTORIC NUOTTIJÄRVI RESOURCE
“CONTAINING 2.9 MILLION POUNDS OF U3O8”
Whereas the Data is historical in nature and was compiled prior to the implementation of NI 43-101 reporting standards, the Company will immediately complete a NI43-101 compliant resource report and commence metallurgical test work.

  • The Historical Resource was based on 43 diamond drill holes for 6,679 metres, drilled on a 50-metre-by-50-metre drill pattern. The mineralized body is approximately 40 metres thick, extends from surface to a vertical depth of 80 metres, trends over a strike length of more than 400 metres, and remains open along strike and at depth;
  • Better drill intersections at Nuottijärvi included:
    • PLT- NU-017: 40.7m for 0.08% U3O8 from 59.9m;
    • PLT- NU-011: 33.4m for 0.06% U3O8 from 17.8m,
        including 3.8m @ 0.13% U3O8;
    • PLT- NJ-033: 40.3m for 0.05% U3O8 from 23.0m;
    • PLT - NU-004: 179.8m for 0.04% U3O8 from 18.1m.
States Michael Hudson, Mawson President & CEO
“Mawson is extremely pleased to have gained secure title to the Nuottijärvi historical resource. The near-surface width of mineralization in combination with the open-ended mineralized body forms a significant exploration target for the Company and further strengthens our European uranium portfolio. The Company will complete a NI43-101 compliant resource and commence metallurgical test work.”
Dear Friends:

In August I wrote:
Now “let's see what Mawson has in store for us in September”?


And here it is, overnight the shareholders of this dynamic company have been handed another 2.9 million pound historic resource in Finland where presently 26% of the total electricity supply comes from nuclear energy and where the Country imports all of its required uranium for its nuclear reactors.
Here is the way I see it:

  • Mawson is trading close to cash in the Bank (C$11M); and
  • It has 19 uranium projects across a multi-jurisdiction European portfolio, including 5 advanced projects which include the Hotagen project in Sweden where recent results include the discovery of sixty-six individual outcropping uranium mineralized areas within Mawson's exploration clams over an area of 8 kilometres by 7 kilometres and a NI43-101 compliant indicated resource of 3.3 million pounds at 0.08% U3O8 at (Kläppibäcken); and
  • Its new project, Kapell in Sweden where three claims over a 15 km trend host high grade sandstone hosted/roll front mineralization where better drill intersections include: 2.65 m @ 1.54% eU3O8 from 21.8 m (drill hole AVI75402) and 2.65 m @ 1.05% eU3O8 from 3.2 m (drill hole AVI75401); and
  • The Don Benito project in Extremadura, Spain with 32 kilometers of strike length and 26 surface radiometric prospects already defined along strike from an historic open pit uranium mine.
Mawson has 38,000,555 shares on issue and Friday's close was 33 cents. I certainly will be on the bid and try to extend my shareholdings in the Company while enjoying this exciting Mawson hard-asset train ride.
Stay Closely Tuned!!!

Regards,

Nick L. Nicolaas
Mining Interactive "Ahead of the Pack"

Mawson Resources holds significant uranium resources in the nuclear energy reliant countries of Spain, Sweden and Finland.
As the European Union reduces its reliance on carbon-based energy sources, Mawson is well placed as the Company develops its exploration portfolio towards the sustainable production of uranium in the shortest possible time frame.

Sep 28, 2009

Stockhouse Gold and Silver Supplement

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Gold rally has legs: Mining industry leaders agree

Posted: 28 Sep 2009 03:25 PM PDT

We'll see $5,000 an ounce during this cycle, says one CEO

Record high gold prices are here to stay, according to several of the world's most prominent gold mining industry executives.

This was their emphatic proclamation at the Denver Gold Group's prestigious annual conference at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Denver. And as if on cue, gold's performance gave plenty of credence to their bullish remarks. Having easily breached the psychologically all-important $1,000 an ounce mark the week prior to the conference, gold's spot price continued to gather momentum. This, of course, delighted attendees at the world's most important annual congregation of gold mining and investment industry movers and shakers.

Among the power players who spoke enthusiastically about gold's future was Aaron Regent. He is the CEO of the world's largest gold miner, Barrick Gold (NYSE: ABX) (TSX: T.ABX), which is on-track to produce 7.2-7.6 million ounces this year. In his popular presentation, he said the yellow metal will become increasingly attractive as a "safe haven" investment, especially against a backdrop of a sluggish global economic recovery, the world's runaway money supply, and looming inflationary forces.

He also said that such developments make it unlikely that gold's spot price will stumble badly again (as it did when it briefly topped $1,000 an ounce in March, 2008, before retracing its impressive gains all the way back to a low of $709 later that year).

"There are a number of factors supporting where the gold price is today. Certainly the economic environment is part of that… So, it's understandable why gold is where it is (at over $1,000 an ounce)," he reasoned.

As for gold's further upside potential, Regent was careful not to make any bold predictions but he did assert that its prospects are "very positive," especially as gold reverts back to its traditional role as an inverse proxy to the trend in the U.S. dollar.

Charles Jeannes, the CEO of Goldcorp (NYSE: GG) (TSX: T.G), is like-minded in his outlook. His company is one of the world's largest gold producers and is the fastest growing of them all. It has a projected output of 2.3 million ounces for 2009. Jeannes told a packed audience that continued inflationary fears and the prospect of an anemic U.S. dollar "for quite some time to come" will continue to be potent drivers for gold prices.

"We're certainly in a rising price gold environment right now… And there's a lot of reasons to be bullish about gold prices going forward," he said.

He later told BNW News that he was not sure that $1,000 an ounce would immediately assert itself as a new support level for gold prices. But the fact that dark economic storm clouds are continuing to amass means that this lofty price level is poised to become a springboard for the metal's next up-leg, he suggested.

Meanwhile, former Goldcorp CEO Rob McEwen was far more explicit about what he expects gold will do next during his presentation as the CEO of US Gold (NYSE.A: UXG) (TSX: T.UXG). His high-flying gold exploration/development company is making impressive headway in its hunt for significant gold deposits in Nevada and world-class silver discoveries in Mexico.

"Gold is going a lot higher. By the end of 2010, we will see $2,000 an ounce gold. And by the time that the gold cycle is over we'll see $5,000 an ounce," he declared.

McEwen's steadfast views may seem hyperbolic to some. But when he speaks, everyone listens. That's because he is regarded as something of a legend in both the mining industry and the investment community, alike. His claim to fame is that he developed Goldcorp from a standing start with a market capitalization of about US$50 million to around $8.5 billion in a little over a dozen years. During this time (1992-2005), the company's share price appreciated as much as 3,130%.

The U.S. government is mismanaging its efforts to stimulate an economic recovery by way of setting the stage for hyper-inflation and debasing the U.S. dollar in the process, according to McEwen. And that's why he believes that we are still in the early stages of an epic bull market for bullion.

Even the mid-tier to small gold producers at the conference had plenty to say about the noble metal's lustrous future. They include Joe Conway, CEO of mid-sized IAMGOLD (NYSE: IAG) (TSX: T.IMG), which is on target to produce around 910,000 to 920,000 ounces this year. IAMGOLD's share price has been a stellar performer since it bottomed out a year ago, reflecting the company's rising star in the gold sector.

"Absolutely $1,000 an ounce could be the new support level for gold," Conway told BNW News. "The massive financial stimulus seen in the U.S. and globally will have to lead to inflation, setting the stage for an even higher gold price."

Among the junior gold miners in attendance was Timmins Gold Corp. (TSX: V.TMM), which is scheduled to become North America's next gold producer, commencing in December of this year.

Notably, Timmins Gold is in the enviable position of likely becoming the world's first ever gold miner to command a four-figure price for its inaugural gold bar. And with its projected mining costs at only $412 an ounce, 2010 promises to be a banner year as the company quickly ramps up its output to 80,000 ounces per annum.

Company CEO Bruce Bragagnolo is something of a contrarian in the sense that he believes we are entering into an era of deflation, which he expects to benefit gold prices.

"On the one hand, we may be headed for currency inflation due to North America's governments injecting massive amounts of money in the system," he said. "On the other hand, people are starting to save money, rather than continuing to be big consumers. And this is going to put the brakes on the economies of the world, which will lead to deflation. "

"But none of this matters for gold, which will maintain its value relative to other assets. And the profit margins for producers will even improve," he added. "But if instead we have inflation, then all the inflationary arguments will hold true for the price of gold."

Bragagnolo did, however, concur with fellow captains of the gold mining industry in the belief that $1,000 an ounce will prove to be a new support level for gold.

"This will be a new base for the next major upside movement in gold's price," he said.

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GATA DISPATCHES

Fed chairman's 1975 memo explains need for gold price manipulation

10:11a ET Monday, September 28, 2009
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
The Zero Hedge Internet site has unearthed another U.S. government memorandum from the not-so-distant past expressing the intent of the government to rig the gold price in a nominally free market and detailing the need for and methods of doing so. It's a memo written in 1975 by the chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, Arthur Burns. It's headlined "Exclusive Smoking Gun: The Fed on Gold Manipulation," and you can read about it here:
http://www.zerohedge.com/article/smoking-gun-fed-controlling-gold
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

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Sep 27, 2009

Straight Lines Lead Straight to Profits in Crude Oil: By Adam Hewison

 There is not much to add to this video, where Adam is straight forward in  his analysis of crude oil. and as always very didactic.


        Do not miss it, you will learn a lot out of it
Fernando Guzmán Cavero
FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS

In this new short video I am going to share with you one of the simplest and most powerful technical tools of all time.
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to do this and you don’t have to have a PhD in mathematics either. If you’re not already using this tool, I highly recommend that you watch this video.
As always, our videos are available to view without charge and without registration. All we ask is that you give us your feedback on our blog.
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If you enjoy this video, share it with your friends. I am sure they will find it different and at the same time educational.
All the best,
Adam Hewison
President of INO.com
Co-creator of MarketClub.com

Sep 26, 2009

From the Desk of NIck Nicolaas

 For technical problems I did not publish Nick Nicolaas e-mail. he sends us every Friday on Adam Hamilton Weekly Zeal on the Mining Interactive Website.  Below find Nick e-mail transcript.
Thanks for your understanding.
All the Best,

 Fernando Guzmán Cavero
FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS





Dear Friends:

Adam Hamilton has posted his weekly Zeal Intelligence Newsletter on the Mining Interactive Website. Click here:
Have a great weekend and - - - Stay Tuned!!

Regards,

Nick L. Nicolaas
Mining Interactive “Ahead of the Pack”
Nick L. Nicolaas
President & CEO
Mining Interactive Corp.
www.mininginteractive.com

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Sep 25, 2009

New Video:The Dollar Makes a Major Low in Q4 of 2011 : By Adam Hewison

In this video, Adam gives us, in his never- ceasing activity analyzing the markets, a forecast when the dollar will hit a major low. This in relation with his previous videos on gold,I am sure he is on the right direction.

Do not miss this video as well as the previous on gold.Just, stay tuned 
Fernando Guzmán Cavero
FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS

 Below is the transcript of his e-mail:

The dollar will hit a major low in Q4 of 2011. Watch this short video and see how I came up with this bold forecast.
The move is already underway and the lows are in place, however, it is not too late to get into this market and take advantage of what we believe will be a major move to the upside for the euro.
There is no need to register to watch this video and you can watch it with our compliments.
If you enjoy the video, which I am sure you will find eye-opening, please feel free to comment on the blog about your particular feelings regarding the US dollar.
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All the best,
Adam Hewison
President of INO.com
Co-creator of MarketClub.com

Gold, It’s All Falling Into Place

 Adam Hewison, with the remarkable insight to analyze the market send us a video in which he predicted, using the trade triangle technology, (T.T.T.) what could be the price level  we should be  watching for, on  September 22,2009  He was so accurate, that it is worth to remember his analysis,when the price was above 1000. Review his brilliant  analysis, here:
http://www.ino.com/info/450/CD3233/&dp=0&l=0&campaignid=3.



I was  about to publish this reminder, when I received this last  e-mail from Adam:
VIEW IT ASAP
                                                             

                            Fernando Guzmán Cavero                             

  FGC  BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS

You may have watched my earlier video on the gold cycles and how important they are in this particular market, at this particular time. Today’s action is indicative of the cycle that we were talking about in the video as it’s pushing gold prices down into a cyclic time window.

I wanted to follow up with this new short video to show you where I believe there should be some good levels to get into a long gold position. The energy fields we’ve discussed before in gold and other markets are still very much intact and are getting wound up for the big move we’ll see later this year.
There is no need to register to watch this video and you can watch it with our compliments.
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If you enjoy this follow-up, share it with your friends. I am sure they will find our point of view both different and at the same time educational. Please feel free to comment on the blog about your view on gold.

All the best,
Adam Hewison
President of INO.com
Co-creator of MarketClub.com

Sep 24, 2009

www.economist.com
Dear Reader,

This week we have a special report on the mobile revolution in emerging markets. Mobile phones have transformed the lives of the world's poor. Mobile money could have just as big an impact. In Britain we focus on a gloomier topic. Sharp spending cuts are coming. We recommend where the axe should fall.

Here are some other pieces from this week's issue you might also be interested in. You can click straight through to each one and read it online at Economist.com using the links below.
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Can you get rich slowly in forex?

That is a great question?. In  the video you are about to watch, Adam Hewison, using the Trade Triangle Technology(T.T.T), explains very clearly the signals T.T.T. gives , and  how to deal with them. Get your own conclusions, but first,watch this video. Your opinion is always valuable and welcome.

You can't miss this video, it is for your understanding of  what T.T.T can do for you and your forex trading deals
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As always it is free, and you can view it with our compliments

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Sep 23, 2009

Gata Dispatches

Fed admits hiding gold swap arrangements

11p Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
The Federal Reserve System has disclosed to GATA that it has gold swap arrangements with foreign banks that it does not want the public to know about.
The disclosure contradicts denials provided by the Fed to GATA in 2001 and suggests that the Fed is indeed very much involved in the surreptitious international central bank manipulation of the gold price particularly and the currency markets generally.
The Fed's disclosure came this week in a letter to GATA's Washington-area lawyer, William J. Olson of Vienna, Virginia (http://www.lawandfreedom.com/), denying GATA's administrative appeal of a freedom-of-information request to the Fed for information about gold swaps, transactions in which monetary gold is temporarily exchanged between central banks or between central banks and bullion banks. (See the International Monetary Fund's treatise on gold swaps here: http://www.imf.org/external/bopage/pdf/99-10.pdf.)
The letter, dated September 17 and written by Federal Reserve Board member Kevin M. Warsh (see http://www.federalreserve.gov/aboutthefed/bios/board/warsh.htm), formerly a member of the President's Working Group on Financial Markets, detailed the Fed's position that the gold swap records sought by GATA are exempt from disclosure under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act.
Warsh wrote in part: "In connection with your appeal, I have confirmed that the information withheld under Exemption 4 consists of confidential commercial or financial information relating to the operations of the Federal Reserve Banks that was obtained within the meaning of Exemption 4. This includes information relating to swap arrangements with foreign banks on behalf of the Federal Reserve System and is not the type of information that is customarily disclosed to the public. This information was properly withheld from you."
When, in 2001, GATA discovered a reference to gold swaps in the minutes of the January 31-February 1, 1995, meeting of the Federal Reserve's Federal Open Market Committee and pressed the Fed, through two U.S. senators, for an explanation, Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan denied that the Fed was involved in gold swaps in any way. Greenspan also produced a memorandum written by the Fed official who had been quoted about gold swaps in the FOMC minutes, FOMC General Counsel J. Virgil Mattingly, in which Mattingly denied making any such comments. (See http://www.gata.org/node/1181.)
The Fed's September 17 letter to GATA confirming that the Fed has gold swap arrangements can be found here:
http://www.gata.org/files/GATAFedResponse-09-17-2009.pdf
While the letter is far from the first official admission of central bank scheming to suppress the price of gold (for documentation of some of these admissions, see http://www.gata.org/node/6242 and http://www.gata.org/node/7096), it comes at a sensitive time in the currency and gold markets. The U.S. dollar is showing unprecedented weakness, the gold price is showing unprecedented strength, Western European central banks appear to be withdrawing from gold sales and leasing, and the International Monetary Fund is being pressed to take the lead in the gold price suppression scheme by selling gold from its own supposed reserves in the guise of providing financial support for poor nations.
GATA will seek to bring a lawsuit in federal court to appeal the Fed's denial of our freedom-of-information request. While this will require many thousands of dollars, the Fed's admission that it aims to conceal documentation of its gold swap arrangements establishes that such a lawsuit would have a distinct target and not be just a fishing expedition.
In pursuit of such a lawsuit and its general objective of liberating the precious metals markets and making them fair and transparent, GATA again asks for your financial support and that of all gold and silver mining companies that are not at the mercy of market-manipulating governments and banks. GATA is recognized by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as a non-profit educational and civil rights organization and contributions to it are federally tax-exempt in the United States. For information on donating to GATA, please visit here:
http://www.gata.org/node/16
You can also help GATA by bringing this dispatch to the attention of financial news organizations and urging them to investigate the Fed's involvement in gold swaps particularly and the gold (and silver) price suppression schemes generally.
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

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Stockhouse Gold and Silver Supplement


Stockhouse Gold and Silver Supplement


Posted: 23 Sep 2009 08:53 AM PDT
Learn how to turn this bull market into an absolute fortune
The precious metals bull market is in full swing.
The gains in precious metals have been slow and solid. There are bouts of euphoric urgency and small corrections all along an upward trend. Those are the signs of a true bull market.
But I'm not here to regale you with the virtues of owning gold and silver and why you must have some gold and silver stocks in your portfolio. We've been over it before. Today you'll learn how to turn this bull market into an absolute fortune.
You see, there will be a very great divide between the winners and the big winners. When it comes to true wealth, you've got to find the big winners. And there's no better place to do it than in a genuine bull market.
Because when the bubble does come, you'll be in place for quadruple-digit gains. I'm talking about the kind of gains that can turn a few small, well-diversified investments into true financial freedom. There's nothing like it.
Normally, to make the big scores, you have to take big risks. Some traders take big swings on volatile options where they're going to lose 100% or walk away with 300% or more. That's ok, but there's a lot more to be made here. This is a bull market and eventual bubble where true fortunes will be made. There will be winners and legendary winners. The best part is, the stocks where you'll make the most money in this run are actually some of the safest to own.
Premium valuations and premium returns
Not all gold stocks are created equal. There are three main groups. You have the majors, the mid-tiers, and the juniors.
The difference in profit-potential of each group comes from one of the oldest gold company valuation strategies Wall Street simply doesn't use, but pays off very well in markets like this.
First are the majors. The major gold producers are the gold companies like Barrick Gold (NYSE: ABX), Goldcorp (NYSE: GG), and Kinross (NYSE: KGC).These companies have mines all over the world. They're all primarily gold mining companies and they mine millions of ounces of gold every year. They also produce a lot of silver, copper, and other metals.
They are also the ones that own and operate the largest gold mines in the world. Some of these mines take billions of dollars to start up and the only gold companies with that kind of cash are the majors.
They are also perceived as the safest gold stocks to own. They produce billions of dollars in free cash flow and always have one or two big mines in development.
Truth about safety
The thing is, the perception of safety actually makes them a bit riskier. Just take a look at what happened last year. Many of these "safe" gold stocks were hammered. Some fell 60% or 70% as gold slid 30% from its highs. Meanwhile, smaller and more speculative gold stocks were hit hard too. Many of them fell 80% or 90%.
Granted, the losses were greater in smaller stocks. But as Prosperity Dispatch readers are well aware, true safety comes from the right mix of risk and reward.
The reason the majors aren't really nearly as "safe" as they're perceived to be is because they fetch far greater premiums for the gold they do own. For instance, Goldcorp currently has reserves and resources (there's a technical difference between the two terms, but it doesn't matter too much in the big picture) of 67 million ounces of gold. Goldcorp has a market cap of $29 billion. That puts a valuation on the company of about $430 per ounce of gold it owns.
That's very high. And when it comes to high valuations, the risk is greater and the reward smaller. That's why it's best to look for the stocks with greater values to capitalize on gold bull.
Less downside, more upside
You'll find those values in theother two groups of gold stocks – mid-tier and juniors. They offer far better potential upside than their larger counterparts.
While putting together my research for the next Prudent Investing recommendation, I found that some of the mid-tier gold stocks are trading at truly exceptional values.
There are dozens of examples. For example, Northern Dynasty Minerals (TSX: T.NDM) has made one of the largest gold discoveries in decades. The company has a market cap of about $680 million and almost 50 million ounces of gold reserves and resources. It works out to about $14 per ounce of gold in the ground.
There are a lot of other factors here too. Northern Dynasty's gold deposit was found in some of the harshest conditions of North America. On top of that, the gold is very, very deep. The odds of it ever becoming a mine are slim, but it has a lot of gold. And its gold is exceptionally cheap. It's tough to get much cheaper than $14 an ounce in the ground. Remember, Goldcorp was valued at more than $400 per ounce.
Also, there's other mid-tier gold companies like NovaGold (TSX: T.NG), which trades for about $55 per ounce of gold in the ground. Then there's Detour Gold (TSX: T.DGC) with a market cap of $470 million and a price per ounce of gold in the ground of $35.
Don't get me wrong, there are plenty of other considerations that come into play when valuing gold stocks. But the price per ounce in the ground has been one of the best indicators of value in gold stocks for decades. And when assets are undervalued, their downside risk is lower and upside potential even greater.
What I found for readers of our premium service is probably more exceptional. It's so undervalued investors getting in now should be set up for a three-bagger in the next two years. That's if gold does not move any higher. And if gold went to $1100 or higher, the upside potential is downright staggering. My biggest concern for that stock is actually not how high it could go, but how high it can go before one of the majors buys it out. That's the biggest risk facing investors in most of the undervalued mid-tier gold companies.
Then there are the juniors. You may be familiar with them. In many cases they'll trade for a few cents per share, own some gold exploration project in some far off land, generate no revenues, and live off its ability to print and sell new shares.
The way I've always looked at juniors is that you must have a bull market to make any decent money there. And what you really need is a euphoric bubble. Their time will come. But we'll probably need $1100 gold or more for the fireworks to really get started. Of course, value is value, wherever you find it. That's a topic for another day though.
Too hot, too cold, and just right
What we have going on here certainly looks like a bull market in gold.
The last year has not been kind to gold investors. The credit crunch, which was supposed to be gold's time to shine, didn't turn out so well for gold - initially. But the sharp recovery in gold proves the strength of demand for precious metals; demand that is only growing.  Look at the credit crunch like the ultimate test of a bull market. If an asset made it through that, it clearly has the staying power.
With gold back at $1,000, it's fairly obvious it has passed the test.
If you're not already in, get in gold now. Understand though, we're in a bull market and there will be plenty of winners. As you know, a rising tide lifts all boats.
The really big gains, the kind that can create financial-independence, will be had by those investors willing to look for and demand exceptional value in their gold and precious metals stocks. Just take a look at our Free Gold Report that has returned 516% in three months. Just because the bull market is in gold doesn't mean there are different rules.
It's never different this time.


Sep 22, 2009

The Reason Why Gold Hasn’t Skyrocketed: By Adam Hewison

This is an extraordinary analysis made by Adam Hewison  about the reasons why Gold has not skyrocket. In this analysis Adam shows some key factors , averaging days movement, and  works out dates and price levels to watch in the future.


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With the printing presses in full printing mode, many people are questioning why gold prices haven’t gone higher - much higher.
In my new video, I explain some of the subtle market cycles that are at play right now in this market. These short-term cycles have been the dominant force in gold all year and appear to be still in control of price action.
I believe the longer-term upward trend in gold is very much intact; short-term we could see more of a trading range that has a downward bias. I think when you watch this video you will get a much better understanding about the rhythm of this market.
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If I am correct, you will see some amazing opportunities that I believe will be presented to traders in Q4. In fact, if everything goes according to plan are we could all be looking at some very nice Christmas/holiday profits.
The video is easy to follow and I think you’ll learn a whole lot about cyclic price action in the gold market.
We do not require you to register to view this video.
Discover and benefit today from what I learned over 30 years ago in the trading pits of Chicago.
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Enjoy the video and please give us your feedback on this blog.
Every success,
Adam Hewison
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NFA NOTIFICATION

Notice to Members I-09-17
September 22, 2009

Effective Date of NFA Requirements Prohibiting Loans by Commodity Pools to CPOs and Related Entities
NFA has received notice that the Commodity Futures Trading Commission ("CFTC") has approved new NFA Compliance Rule 2-45. This Rule and its accompanying Interpretive Notice, which both became effective September 11, 2009, prohibit commodity pools from making direct or indirect loans or advances of pool assets to the CPO or any other affiliated person or entity.
CPOs that currently have existing loan or advance arrangements between their pools and the CPO, the CPO's principals, or related entities must notify NFA of these arrangements by October 22, 2009. The written notification to NFA should describe the reason for the loan or advance; indicate the interest the CPO is paying, if any; provide evidence that the loan or advance is secured by marketable, liquid assets; explain arrangements the CPO has made to pay back the loan or advance, if any; and include an executed copy of the loan or advance agreement. In addition, the CPO must provide NFA with written evidence that pool participants were informed about the loan or advance through a disclosure contained in the disclosure document, offering memorandum or other correspondence.
NFA will review the information provided to ensure, among other things, that participants received a full disclosure of the arrangements and that the loans and advances are secured by marketable liquid assets. Depending on the results of the review, NFA will determine if a CPO needs to take any additional steps regarding a particular loan or advance. NFA may also recommend disciplinary action if warranted by our review of the circumstances.
More information about NFA Compliance Rule 2-45, and the accompanying Interpretive Notice, can be found in NFA's August 26, 2009 Submission Letter to the CFTC. Questions concerning these changes should be directed to Mary McHenry, Senior Manager, Compliance (mmchenry@nfa.futures.org or 312-781-1420) or Tracey Hunt, Senior Manager, Compliance (thunt@nfa.futures.org or 312-781-1284).

Two Major Technical Forces Are About to Collide in the S&P 500 (new video)

The S&P 500 has seen remarkable recovery from the lows that were seen earlier this year. However, all of that may come to an end as we fast approach a strategic level for this market. There are two major technical indicators that are colliding at a crucial point and time. Unless you’re aware of these indicators, it could be very expensive.
In today’s short video, I explain both the technical indicators we are discussing and also the important time frame that we are just about to enter.
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I think you will find today’s video not only interesting, but also educational.
There is no need to register for this video and of course you can watch it with my compliments. I highly recommend watching this video today, otherwise you risk missing out on what could be the move of the year.
Enjoy the video.
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All the best,
Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-creator, MarketClub

Forbes. com : COMMENTARY NEWSLETTER

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FORBES.COM COMMENTARY NEWSLETTER SEPTEMBER 22, 2009
Play It Cool, Mr. President
Joel Kotkin
Advice for Obama as he prepares for the G-20 summit.

A 'Framework' For More Government
Brian S. Wesbury and Robert Stein
Saving the world by increasing bureaucracy. An Ad Man's Lament
Michael Maiello
James P. Othmer's ''Adland.''
The Congressional Seizure Of Private Health Care Plans
Richard A Epstein
Will the Supreme Court calm the convulsions?
Commons Sense
Elisabeth Eaves
As heads of state meet, the most urgent priority is to preserve what we have.

Buy and Hold…is it back? By Adam Hewison

Hi, this is Adam Hewison and I have just returned from vacation in Maine. This is my first day at the office and my first video from the digital den.
While I was away, I got to thinking about one of the oldest myths about trading: the buy and hold myth. While this strategy has worked in certain markets at certain times, I do not believe we are in a time frame where this strategy is going to meet with a lot of success.
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The world around us is changing rapidly and therefore it is important to have strategies that can change with this new regime.
In today’s video I’m going to show how the buy and hold strategy is flawed when you compare it to our “Trade Triangle” technology. I think you will be surprised at the results and how well you can do using this simple approach to markets.
There is no need to register for this video and of course you can watch it with my compliments. I highly recommend watching this video today, otherwise you risk missing out on what could be the move of the year.
http://www.ino.com/info/446/CD3233/&dp=0&l=0&campaignid=3
Enjoy the video and please give us your feedback on this blog.
All the best,
Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-creator, MarketClub

Sep 21, 2009

Gata Dispatches

China reported to consider buying IMF gold

By Eadie Chen and Tom Miles
Reuters
Monday, September 21, 2009
http://in.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idINSP48213620090921
BEIJING -- China is considering buying gold being offered for sale by the International Monetary Fund, Market News International said on Monday, citing two unnamed government sources, but the report could not immediately be confirmed.
"China will consider buying if the price is right and the return is relatively high," MNI quoted one of the government sources as saying.
Gold, which had dipped just below $1,000 an ounce, rebounded to $1,003.45 after the report. That would put the market value of the 403.3 tonnes on offer from the IMF at close to $13 billion.
"There was a small reaction to the news that China may discuss its gold plans at the G20, it recovered a little, but overall the market isn't overly concerned, not yet anyway," a Europe-based trader said.
China, the world's biggest producer and buyer of gold, revealed earlier this year that it had lifted its own stocks of gold to 1,054 tonnes from 400 tonnes when it last reported its holdings in 2003.
The IMF formally endorsed a plan on Friday to sell 403.3 tonnes of gold, one eighth of its holdings, to central banks or in the gold market.
Two Chinese central bank officials not directly involved in the issue told Reuters China should consider buying the gold being put up for sale by the IMF, but only at a big discount.
The officials, neither of whom had direct knowledge of the gold strategy, said they were expressing personal opinions.
"China only has about 1,000 tonnes of gold reserves and the investments in other assets are performing not very well," said one official, who declined to be named. "I think we should build up more gold with foreign reserves, but when to buy is the key. It's a good idea if China can buy the gold from IMF at prices well below market level."
The official said he had no idea if the sale would be on the agenda for the G20 summit.
"I personally think China should buy the IMF gold. It will help China to diversify its reserve assets," the second official said. "For the purpose of reserve safety, it is also good to increase the proportion of gold by a suitable amount."
The estimated $13 billion cost of the gold is small beer for the Chinese exchequer, with foreign exchange reserves of more than $2 trillion. If it decided to buy the gold, China would be likely to seek a discount for the bulk purchase, since a market sale would put heavy pressure on the price.
The IMF has said it will try to sell the gold, one-eighth of its holdings, to central banks. If there are no takers, it could sell to the market, which saw world gold demand of 3,880 tonnes last year, according to World Gold Council figures.
The huge increase in reserves that China announced earlier this year had had little impact on the market because the gold was accumulated over a long period and mainly through direct purchases from Chinese producers.

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Markets were trading lower earlier today as the week’s trading kicked off on investor fears that the rally was over-optimistic. Since March 2009 markets across the globe went into a strong upward movement that traders feared is not reflecting the economic situation and company earnings. The possibility that an exit strategy should be soon implemented by the FED and the Obama administration has put further pressure on the market. The housing sector has given some recovery signals lately which might fade once the bailouts and benefits unfolds.


The first house purchase tax benefit given by the government is due to end this November. The FED has ballooned its balance of assets to record highs on its bailed out spree, purchase of mortgage backed securities and housing debt. The exit strategy may give some support to the dollar as it could lead to a cut in the US gigantic external debt.

The G20 are meeting this week and should they come up with a wide range of regulation on the financial sector and bank share prices might be under pressure.

Market Strategies:

EUR/USD the hourly’s look bearish and we might see a correction toward 1.4550/1.4500, further support comes at 1.4450, traders might be placing buying orders around those levels and we could experience a bounce back up, the medium trend still looks bullish. Resistance comes around 1.4720.

GBP/USD a bearish head and shoulder could be formed on a break of the 1.6100 support level which in turn could trigger selling orders. Close resistance comes around 1.6250, support at 1.6000.

USD/CHF support was created around the 1.0275 level, resistance at 1.0390/1.0400, selling interest could emerge around 1.0440, further resistance at 1.0500, support at 1.0200.

USD/JPY tries to break the 92.00 resistance a close above this level today might trigger some further buys on the pair toward the 93.30 resistance level. Selling interest could be located around this area.

Silver support comes at 16.50 a break might trigger sells toward the 15.00$ support, however traders might be looking to buy a bounce from that level. Intraday resistance at 16.80 and further at 17.75.


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Sep 20, 2009

News Financial and Forex Info

News Financial And  Forex  Info  sends us its Brief Evaluation on the markets.:

The week that passed had the markets volatiles with an important soared of the price of gold betyond US$ 1000 levels which most analysts called the " Psychological - Price"  in this market.

But during an evaluation in this  market, we found that Adam Hewison,made,on third  of  September, an outstanding and remarkable analysis , using  The Trade Triangle Technology and other technical tools to determine the trend that best fits in this market to forecast its probable future price. The evaluation was posted by different websites and blogs.: You can Find this information here:


Another important headline on all the financial press was the  predictable lost of the US$ value against most major currencies.


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Sep 19, 2009

GATA DISPATCHES: SILVER MARKET AT DANGEROUS LEVELS

Silver market at dangerous level, Ted Butler tells King World News

12:05a ET Saturday, September 19, 2009
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold (and Silver):
In his weekly interview with Eric King of King World News, taped Friday, silver market analyst Ted Butler reports that the commercial short and speculative long positions in gold and silver have again reached record extremes. Butler also speculates that the silver exchange-traded fund is being shorted by commodity exchange shorts, creating an explosively dangerous as well as fraudulent situation in the silver market. You can listen to the interview with Butler at the King World News Internet site here:
http://www.kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/Broadcast_Gold+/Entries/2009/...
Or try this abbreviated link:
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CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

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