As you get this, I should be touching down in West Palm Beach. I’ve spent the last few weeks in Thailand with family and friends. And as much as I love spending time at my “home away from home,” it’s great to be back in sunny South Florida.
Of course, like most of my holidays, I was working virtually every spare moment. I’ve kept my eye on the markets like a hawk. And nearly every asset class that I cover — from metals and miners to commodities and stocks — is chock-full of investment opportunities.
This new year is going to be exciting, no ifs, ands, or buts about it!
But like I tell my members, you have to know what investments to use at what time, how much to invest, and most importantly, WHEN to get in and out.
That’s why I hope you took the time last Friday to carefully read over the first in my four-part series of special gifts that I’m sending you in January. If you didn’t, you can do so now by visiting my Edelson Wave website.
If you remember, each chart in this series focuses on a new AI (Artificial Intelligence) chart that’s signaling a big upside move could be about to take off. And in addition to the AI chart, I also give you commentary on where I think the investment is headed.
The cost to you? Absolutely nothing. I’m sending you this four-part series for free. You don’t pay anything … zero … zip … zilch … nada.
They are simply my special way of saying “Thank you.”
We began our series last week with the Dollar chart, which I told you should reach a preliminary peak in September of this year. After that, my Neural Net system tells me the Dollar will be slammed with a ton of volatility.
So, let’s move on to this week’s chart of one of my favorite metals of all time: Gold.
As you can see from my AI chart of gold, there are big swings coming in 2017, 2018 and 2019. And the best of them all will occur in 2020/2021 as western socialist governments collapse. The action in gold is going to be terrific.
If you’re a gold bug, more money can be made between 2017 and 2020/21 than probably all of the previous couple hundred years in gold, combined. Ditto for silver.
Stay tuned for my third chart coming next Friday.
Best wishes, as always …