Saturday, December 31, 2011

Gold 2012

As Sinclair said in his last KWN interview:  “But let me tell you that when this year is over, the only hands left holding physical gold and gold shares are the strongest hands on the planet.  Every possible weak hand has been shaken out.  Every person with emotions even latently capable of overwhelming their intellect, overwhelming their judgement, will have already overwhelmed it this week.  After this week, the people who are left are people who will never give up their positions.”
http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2011/12/31_Richard_Russell_-_We_are_Watching_Market_History_in_Gold.html
With mounting fears over the recent plunge in gold and silver and continued volatility in markets globally, the Godfather of newsletter writers, Richard Russell, had this to say in his latest commentary:  “This year's close for gold marks the 11th year for higher year end gold closing.  To my knowledge this is the longest bull market of any kind in history in which each year's close was above the previous year.  This fabulous bull market will not end with a whisper and a fizzle.  I continue to believe that the upside gold crescendo of this bull market lies ahead.  We are watching market history.”
Richard Russell continues:
“I note the frustration and anger of the anti-gold crowd.  To miss 12 years of rising prices is enough to make any investor furious with himself.  I would guess that 99 percent of Americans have never participated in the gold bull market.  Thus, sour grapes is the sentiment of the gold-haters.  Happy to say my subscribers who listened to me in the early years of the gold bull market have enjoyed the riches bestowed upon them by the greatest bull market in history.
Below are the last day of the year quotes for gold.
2000 -- $273.60
2001 -- $279.00
2002 -- $348.20
2003 -- $416.10
2004 -- $438.40
2005 -- $518.90
2006 -- $638.00
2007 -- $838.00
2008 -- $889.00 
2009 -- $1096.50
2010 -- $1421.40
2011 -- $1566.80
Gold pessimism grows.  Market Vane's bullish consensus has plunged to a rare 56%, lowest percentage in recent years.  Gold had been down six days in a row and is now heavily oversold.  This may be the final much needed washout before the eventual blow-off.”
This bull market in gold has required tremendous patience as governments have constantly been active in a game of psychological warfare against the long-term gold holders.  This latest correction has tested the nerves of even the staunchest bulls.
  
As Sinclair said in his last KWN interview:  “But let me tell you that when this year is over, the only hands left holding physical gold and gold shares are the strongest hands on the planet.  Every possible weak hand has been shaken out.  Every person with emotions even latently capable of overwhelming their intellect, overwhelming their judgement, will have already overwhelmed it this week.  After this week, the people who are left are people who will never give up their positions.”

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