Updated Special Report on Gold's Parabolic Growth Pattern

By: David Nichols | Wed, Oct 28, 2009
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Earlier this year I undertook an extensive research project, closely examining the way parabolic growth patterns grow and develop in financial markets.

In a Special Report originally published in April, I made a detailed case that gold is following the same precise script as all of the previous "name-brand" financial bubbles over the last century, including 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.

The similarity between these bubble patterns is astonishing. The most reasonable explanation for why these growth patterns are so consistent and repeatable is that nature has a blueprint for growth, and financial markets also adhere to these same universal principles of energy flow, propagation, and growth.

Every detail of what I discussed in April's Special Report has come true to this point. There is a very specific time-line to these bubble growth patterns, and gold is following it perfectly.

Now that gold has broken out to new all-time highs, there is essentially no longer any doubt that it is following a similar trajectory to previous bubble patterns -- first soaring, and then crashing back down.

It's imperative that every gold investor knows this time-line, and what to expect in gold over the next few years.

There is still plenty of time left -- and many, many points of upside -- prior to the peak. But if you don't know what can happen on the backside of a parabolic growth pattern, you will eventually find out in the most brutal way imaginable.

I am also aware that many gold investors fervently believe that the dollar is on the verge of a disastrous collapse, which will send gold soaring to $5,000 or even $10,000 per oz.

That may happen in the distant future, but it's not going to happen in the immediate future. You have to put those wildly bullish thoughts aside.

I am talking right now about a highly specific parabolic growth pattern that will take place over the next 3 years. This is a classic boom-and-bust pattern that happens when the global flow of speculative capital over-concentrates in one sector.

After all, what could have better long-term fundamentals than crude oil? Eventually we will completely run out of the stuff. Yet this didn't prevent oil from following this same precise pattern, soaring up to $145, and then crashing down to $35.

A detailed look at all of these bubble patterns -- as well as what this growth pattern predicts for gold over the next 3 years -- is the subject of the just-Updated Special Report available only to subscribers of the Fractal Gold Report.

We continue to offer a 30-day free trial to the Fractal Gold Report during this critical time. If you sign up for this 30-day free trial, you will have full access to the site -- including this Updated Special Report -- and you will also receive daily updates on gold, as well as equity markets. If you cancel before the 30-days are up, you won't be charged.

There is also another very important Special Report available to subscribers on the dominant timing cycle in gold, which explains in detail why we can be so confident about the specific timing of this parabolic growth pattern.

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?

We are -- right now -- getting this same chance with gold. You need to read this Special Report.

 


 

David Nichols

Author: 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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