My Holiday Gift to You #2: Gold Chart

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.

Gold Chart



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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 …

Larry

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Comments 57

  1. EUGENE JENNINGS January 13, 2017

    I AM NOT ABLE TO SEE A PICURE OF THE 2 CHARTS FOR SOME RESON

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    • Haamed from Iran January 13, 2017

      There is only one chart here. Chart #2: Gold
      Previous chart was Chart#1: Dollar.

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  2. Jack January 13, 2017

    Hi Larry,

    On the chart, the first target high in July 2017 appears higher than the 2nd target high in 2021. You said the opposite in your article. Which target high will be the highest gold price?

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    • paul January 13, 2017

      I agree so very confusing

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  3. Mikers January 13, 2017

    Maybe I do not understand or miss out but I miss a reference on the chart to actual/expected value of gold in US dollar. I can see that the (expected) line for gold goes straight up from 30.12.16 to 07.01.17. But what does this mean in US dollar? Up (approximately) 100 dollar? 200? A doubling of the price? Without such reference the chart doesn’t say that much to me, except that gold is expected to go up, and then down, and up again…..

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  4. Ray Simpson January 13, 2017

    Hello Larry: It looks like gold will hit $1,700.00 an ounce on July 01 is that pretty close. I am just estimating am I close. Thanks Ray. Halifax Nova Scotia.

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    • paul January 13, 2017

      tell us how you came up with this number of $1700 per ounce??

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  5. Bob Landini January 13, 2017

    What Gold Stock would you recommend based on your chart?

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  6. George Johnson January 13, 2017

    Thank you, Larry. I have just this week increased positions in gold.
    I am closely following your work.

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  7. Bharat January 13, 2017

    1. The price of gold and USD both climb simultaneously to their max into mid 2017 as per your charts. Possible yes.. but probability?
    2. So what to hold in such a case wherein both USD and gold start to drop post Sep 17?

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  8. John January 13, 2017

    What do the abbreviations TU TH SA etc. stand for?

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    • John Kemp January 13, 2017

      tuesday; thursday; saturday

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  9. George P Wolf January 13, 2017

    Larry:

    Thanks for keeping us informed and keeping people like me on “the path.”

    Is there any possibility that dollar values could be added to your charts? I know you addressed this recently but I forgot your answer. The reason I ask this is if gold goes down (as you are forecasting) I may want to sell my stock positions and re-buy when gold gets low again a year later… take my profits and buy again with more money to ride it higher when things get lower again to ride it back up.

    Thanks again…

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  10. Marc Levin January 13, 2017

    I am confused. The materials I received subscribing to Real Wealth Report (in the “Timing your gold and silver trades for even bigger profits report” and the other special reports) identified gold highs for 9/28/18 and 5/25/19 and a low on 8/26/21. This chart seems to contradict that. What is the forecast?

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  11. Gerald Hug January 13, 2017

    Thank you. Great holiday gifts.

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  12. Lyle Zickuhr January 13, 2017

    Hi Larry, Thank you for your outlook charts. However, I am having difficulty understanding the price versus time relationship. Is this chart only showing demand momentum? And does not reflect actual gold price impact? Thank you again for all your effort. Lyle

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  13. Fred January 13, 2017

    Tremendous volatility in silver stocks as well. Buying some Silver Wheaton on the big dips. Always enjoy your commentary.

    Fred
    Deerfield Beach

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  14. Jim Paddock January 13, 2017

    Larry,

    Your #2 Gold chart is confusing me.
    What ever happened to Gold $5000 or more in 5 years or 2020??
    Your chart shows a high on 1/17/17 at around $1200 then it shows nothing that high again into 2021.

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  15. Bin He January 13, 2017

    You had accurately predicted the gold. I’ll be glad to hear from you again.
    Many thanks
    Bin

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  16. Christopher Hoffman January 13, 2017

    Larry,

    Your chart is of no help. In fact it is troubling. So the AI model shows a gold high in 2022 that is going to be lower than the gold high in the 4th quarter of 2017 ??…when you’ve been projecting $5000 gold in 3-4 years. I’m afraid instead of assisting your readership you just opened up a can of worms that will require many explanations on your part to clarify.

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  17. Don Cephus January 13, 2017

    Larry,
    The definitions of TH; FR; SA; etc. otherwise the charts are meaningless. So let’s add value to the communication and define it.
    Thank you,
    Don Cephus

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    • Chuck Rose January 13, 2017

      Consult a calendar. Days of the week

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    • Millfield January 14, 2017

      I would guess MOnday TUesday WEdnesday THursday FRiday SAturday SUnday

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  18. warren e clifford January 13, 2017

    The Gold chart looks like a downtrend until 9/30 /18. So is it a sell or at best a hold now, or am I misreading your
    chart?

    Warren Clifford

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  19. jancey January 13, 2017

    Thank-you!! I am learning so much from your emails!!! I am following American politics and now see the changes that are occurring here in Australia!!! and the world

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  20. Elmer Schmieder January 13, 2017

    larry Thanks for your weekly insights. Makes one feel we have a good picture of gold movements to guide us thru the next two years with less worry and surprises.

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  21. jack bryer January 13, 2017

    In Dollars per ounce how many dollars is the 07/01/2017 Target High

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  22. John Abisch January 13, 2017

    Hi Larry,
    I have been a subscriber to Real Wealth for a good number of years and I have always appreciated and respected your insights. My question about the Gold chart is this : It looks like Gold’s major high hits in July of 2017. It’s next major high, according to your model is in Sept. of 2021. I do notice that it is a LOWER high from July 2017. Also, I notice that the low projected by your model in Sept. 2018 is LOWER than the low in Dec. of 2016. Is your model telling us that in all probability, Gold peaks in 2017 and with a major high in Sept. of 2021 being LOWER than that of 2017, that Gold enters the beginning of it’s secular BEAR market after the high in July of 2017 ?

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  23. Craig Howe January 13, 2017

    Larry , you show the dates and rises and falls , but no gold price movements on your chart .

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  24. Craig Howe January 13, 2017

    Larry , what happened to your $5000 per oz prediction by 2020 ?

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  25. Chuck Rose January 13, 2017

    The TU, SA, TH etc abbreviations are days of the week – Tuesday, Saturday, Thursday. Look at a calendar.

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  26. William January 13, 2017

    So how do I know when to buy gold

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  27. neal kaplan January 18, 2017

    hello larry, I subscribe toyour other reports and I,m getting confused please help thanks

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    • Bruce January 19, 2017

      Thd turning points for precious metals stocks that I follow hit in Early August for the high and caught the lows in December.
      I also see potential turning point in July. (March and May as well) but I was pleased to see Larry has July as well.

      We shall see!

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  28. neal kaplan January 18, 2017

    hello larry, I subscribe toyour other reports and I,m getting confused please help thanks

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    • Bruce January 19, 2017

      Thd turning points for precious metals stocks that I follow hit in Early August for the high and caught the lows in December.
      I also see potential turning point in July. (March and May as well) but I was pleased to see Larry has July as well.

      We shall see!

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  29. neal kaplan January 18, 2017

    hello larry, I subscribe toyour other reports and I,m getting confused please help thanks

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  30. Nora Kunz January 20, 2017

    Larry…….
    If I am reading it correctly, according to the gold chart the first target high for gold is around 7/1/17.
    Then it will all be downhill and gold will not even approach the July 2017 highs until the end of September
    of 2021. If this is the case, why would I want to be in gold at all after the July 2017 highs and before September
    of 2021?

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  31. Nora Kunz January 20, 2017

    Larry…….
    If I am reading it correctly, according to the gold chart the first target high for gold is around 7/1/17.
    Then it will all be downhill and gold will not even approach the July 2017 highs until the end of September
    of 2021. If this is the case, why would I want to be in gold at all after the July 2017 highs and before September
    of 2021?

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  32. Mark C. January 20, 2017

    Larry I’m sort of betting on the ETF Jnug through 2017 are you giving thumbs up? Or is my strategy flawed?

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    • Bruce February 3, 2017

      might be good til Into July.

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  33. Mark C. January 20, 2017

    Larry I’m sort of betting on the ETF Jnug through 2017 are you giving thumbs up? Or is my strategy flawed?

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    • Bruce February 3, 2017

      might be good til Into July.

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  34. Mark C. January 20, 2017

    Larry I’m sort of betting on the ETF Jnug through 2017 are you giving thumbs up? Or is my strategy flawed?

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    • Bruce February 3, 2017

      might be good til Into July.

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  35. Jim Flagg January 22, 2017

    Hi, this AI gold chart looks vastly different from the one you shared with us in Nov.

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  36. Jim Flagg January 22, 2017

    Hi, this AI gold chart looks vastly different from the one you shared with us in Nov.

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  37. Jim Flagg January 22, 2017

    Hi, this AI gold chart looks vastly different from the one you shared with us in Nov.

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  38. Sharon January 27, 2017

    Larry. I did not get in on RGLD @ $60. Should I buy now at $70+?

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  39. Sharon January 27, 2017

    Larry. I did not get in on RGLD @ $60. Should I buy now at $70+?

    Reply

  40. Sharon January 27, 2017

    Larry. I did not get in on RGLD @ $60. Should I buy now at $70+?

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  41. David Simons February 3, 2017

    Larry: Do you have any one Gold/Silver dealer you could recommend. In your opinion is it really worth the exercise to buy and store your gold/sliver outside the USA to avoid confiscation by the US Gov.?

    Your doing a great job getting essential information to your readers. Keep up the good work.

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    • Bobbi Himber February 9, 2017

      Larry,
      Please clarify your charts. Why don’t you have headings on the left and right margins?
      Your writings are usually clear but your charts are not ! Please clear up the confusion for all of us!!
      Many thanks 🙂

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  42. David Simons February 3, 2017

    Larry: Do you have any one Gold/Silver dealer you could recommend. In your opinion is it really worth the exercise to buy and store your gold/sliver outside the USA to avoid confiscation by the US Gov.?

    Your doing a great job getting essential information to your readers. Keep up the good work.

    Reply

  43. David Simons February 3, 2017

    Larry: Do you have any one Gold/Silver dealer you could recommend. In your opinion is it really worth the exercise to buy and store your gold/sliver outside the USA to avoid confiscation by the US Gov.?

    Your doing a great job getting essential information to your readers. Keep up the good work.

    Reply

  44. Loay Al Naqib February 24, 2017

    Hi Larry,

    I hope this e-mail finds you well.

    I would much appreciate receiving your updated chart for Gold (and gold miners) showing your forecast on price direction in 2017. I know you constantly update your sophisticated models and hence, I would much appreciate receiving your more recent graph. I am a member in RWR and always enjoy reading your analysis.

    Many thanks!

    Loay

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  45. Jim Hoven February 27, 2017

    What happen to Miner? Gold and Miners on your chart was or is suppose to be going up.

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