My new analyses of gold & silver suggests they will both show renewed weakness before jumping dramatically in price by the end of 2016/early 2017 – to $3,500 and $90 respectively . Below are the specific details (with charts).
Morales Veas goes on to say in further edited excerpts:
As the charts for gold and silver show below:
There is still time to open short positions on gold and silver!
1. GOLD update Feb.20/14:
My new forecast is US$900 approx. for gold!
Gold update November 22/14:
- US$900 will occur in Jan./Feb. 2015!
- then rise to US$3,500 approx., in Nov./Dec., 2016 or in Jan./Feb. 2017!
2. SILVER update Feb. 25/14:
My new forecast is US$15 approx. for silver!
Silver update Nov. 22/14:
- US$15 will occur in Jan./Feb. 2015!
- then rise to US$90 approx., in Nov./Dec., 2016 or in Jan./Feb. 2017!
(The above 2 charts were made using MetaStock Pro. 12 software – www.metastock.com)
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