GOLD, SILVER AND MINERS
The Arora Report favors gold and silver as stores of long-term value. The Arora Report also considers gold as another form of currency.
Long-term risks are rising. For this reason, precious metals are important to any long-term portfolio.
The Arora Report differs from some precious metal advisors in that The Arora Report believes there are times to sell gold when the bull move is overdone and then buy gold back again when a bear market sets in.
The foregoing does not have to be an ‘all or none’ proposition. For example, an investor can sell some of his or her gold when the bull market is overdone while still maintaining a strong position.
It is common sense that this approach is advantageous to simply buying and holding it forever. The reason many gold advisors do not advocate this approach is because they are not equipped with highly specialized proprietary algorithms that analyze data daily from across the globe like The Arora Report and they do not have a proven track record of correctly calling tops and bottoms in precious metals for the long-term investors like The Arora Report.
We gave a signal to back up the truck and buy gold when it was in $600s. Average accumulation price was $660.
We gave a signal to sell half of the gold position at $1904 (which turned out to be the exact top, it is publicly documented at Seeking Alpha, Dow Jones MarketWatch, Forbes and Kitco) and the remaining half at $1757.
We gave a signal to put 20% of investable assets in silver when it was in $17s. Average accumulation price was $17.73.
We gave a signal to sell the position in the zone of $48-$50 (which turned out to be the exact top, it is publicly documented at Seeking Alpha, Dow Jones MarketWatch, Forbes and Kitco).
We gave a signal to short sell silver at $48-50 and predicted a 33% drop in silver. In a matter of couple of weeks, silver fell about 40% generating very large profits in a short time.
Our signals have generated wealth for subscribers in platinum, palladium, copper, nickel, uranium, rare earths and miners.