A Must-Read Special Report on Gold

By: David Nichols | Mon, Apr 20, 2009
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Over the past month I have been doing intensive research into the way parabolic growth patterns grow and develop in financial markets.

Originally my plan was to go back and take a much more detailed look at the most famous "bubbles" in financial history to look for similarities to the current pattern in gold. In my experience most market fractal patterns are similar -- particularly parabolic growth patterns -- so I assumed I would indeed find some tendencies in past bubbles that I could then apply to the current growth pattern in gold, to help give us some idea about how such a pattern would typically develop.

But once I started to dig deeper I was absolutely stunned at what I was seeing.

To categorize these parabolic bubble patterns as similar would be a wild understatement. These patterns are so alike that it is truly amazing.

Over the past month I've spent a lot of time trying to better understand why these growth patterns are so consistent and repeatable, and I've come to the conclusion that it has to do with the fundamental way things grow and develop in the natural world. Nature has a blueprint for growth, and the way that energy is added into an expanding system follows universal principles of propagation and growth.

Financial markets are no different than any other natural system. They also follow these same universal principles of energy flow, propagation, and growth, and this is why there are consistent and repeatable patterns in financial markets.

And the most amazing of all financial market patterns is the parabolic "bubble" pattern.

I have found astonishing similarities between all of the "name-brand" parabolic bubble patterns over the last century: The Dow in the 1920s, the Nikkei in the 1980s, the Internet bubble in the 1990s, as well as the recent bubbles in housing and crude oil.

Gold is the next such bubble pattern, and it is just now approaching the most intense part of the pattern, where the energy expands at exponential rates.

A detailed look at all of these bubble patterns -- as well as what this growth pattern predicts for gold over the coming years -- is the subject of a new Special Report available only to subscribers of the Fractal Gold Report.

However, I realize this is such a critical moment for gold investors, and that the coming period in gold could be a "life-changer" for anybody who is dialed-into the way that parabolic growth patterns grow and develop -- and then has the courage to act.

So for the first time I am offering a 30-day free trial to the Fractal Gold Report. If you sign up for the 30-day free trial, you will have full access to the site -- including this Special Report -- and you will also receive my daily updates on gold, as well as equity markets. If you cancel before the 30-days are up, you won't be charged.

Think of it this way: What if you knew the precise blueprint of the internet bubble well ahead of time -- say, back in 1997 -- many months before the final blow-off phase? And then what if you also knew precisely when to take those giant profits and throw them on to the short side? What would your life be like if you have played that perfectly, both up and down?

I think we're very likely going to get the same chance now with gold. The time to act is right now. You need to read this Special Report.



David Nichols

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David Nichols

David Nichols publishes the Fractal Gold Report, a daily report covering the gold market using proprietary techniques that go beyond technical and fundamental analysis. The Fractal Gold Report is available by subscription here. Fractal Gold Report Disclosure.

David Nichols is a graduate of Yale University and a leader in the emerging field of fractal market analysis. This pioneering analytical approach studies the markets as chaotic, non-linear systems, addressing the predictability in financial markets. Fractal market analysis discovers the order hidden within the seemingly random chaos of the markets.

David is the editor of the Fractal Market Report and the Fractal Gold Report, daily subscription newsletters written in an easy-to-understand style that cover the markets using his proprietary techniques that go beyond technical and fundamental analysis.

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