Saturday, July 20, 2013

Gold Price Forecast 2013 Summary Report - Atlas Pulse

Gold Price Forecast 2013 Summary ReportAtlas Pulse downgraded its call on gold three times this year. The first was at the beginning of January, the second in February and once the price broke below $1,550 in April, we made our final downgrade to bear market. Our customers have been made aware of the dangers of holding gold in 2013 right from the very start. As things stand, we remain bearish but as of the sharp drop to $1,180 on 28th June 2013, we forecast a bear market rally as the market was heavily oversold. This may seem significant but we don’t believe it will manage to turn around this bear market quite yet. For that, we need to see a peak in the dollar, rising inflation and some stress in the stock market. 

Gold Price ForecastGold is a timeless asset that has a history of maintaining its purchasing power throughout the ages. If you are reading this, you will already know that, but over any given investment time horizon, gold has significant price swings that are often bullish, as inflation is normally positive, but at other times, can be bearish, as gold can anticipate more inflation that actually occurs. Atlas Pulse gives clear signals that will guide you on how to trade your position.

By a tried and tested process, this report guides you as to when ‘bull market’ signals are warranted and additional positions in gold should be added; that occurs when the risks of holding gold are low, and the rewards are high.

In addition, we issue ‘strong bull market’ signals that state when conditions are as good as they get and there is the potential for significant profits. Finally, we ease back to ‘neutral’ or ‘bear market’ when the risks are too high and the rewards are paltry. The age-old lesson is that when it all seems too good to be true, it probably is.

The investment process follows three core ideas that examine interest rates, inflation, long-term price trends, currency trends and the behaviour of risky assets such as the stock market. We believe that gold cannot be analysed in isolation, as all asset classes are competing for investors’ attention. So if the stock market is rallying strongly due to a strong economy, gold is less attractive. Under these circumstances, investors should hold no more than their core position in gold. However, when interest rates are below the rate of inflation and the stock market is troubled, then a larger position in gold makes good sense. That position size is also determined by secondary factors such as examining the behaviour of the crowd, studying relationships against other commodities and analysing gold’s volatility and price trends. These are all brought together to give you the best, and most timely, analysis on the market.

Atlas Pulse provides clear monthly signals that will help you to decide how much gold to hold at any given time. Our analysis is based upon factual studies and research that have observed the gold market over the past 40 years. Behind the scenes is an extensive network of experts who are contributing thoughts and ideas for your benefit. We are delighted to share this breadth and depth of experience with you, so that that you can make more informed decisions, and grow your wealth and physical gold holdings, over time.

This bear market will be over within a year. The opportunity to invest in gold, silver and gold shares will make a real difference. If you want to know which one to choose from first, and when to buy, then Atlas Pulse will help you to make more informed decisions. Click here to find more information on the report and to subscribe.

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