Электронная книга: James DiGeorgia «The Trader's Great Gold Rush. Must-Have Methods for Trading and Investing in the Gold Market»
THE TRADER'S GREAT GOLD RUSH«James DiGeorgia is the best expert I know when it comes to investing in gold bullion. ¿This is not your father's gold market anymore, so getting the right information from the right people is key to helping you succeed as a gold investor.»—Tom Mcclellan, Editor, The McClellan Market Report, ¿#1 Ranked Ten-Year Gold Timer (1999-2008)¿ «James DiGeorgia is a stalwart of precious metals. He draws on a lifetime of interest and commitment in The Trader's Great Gold Rush to inform you about'tricks of the trade'that will come in handy as you seek to protect yourself from the looming solvency crisis of the U.S. government. This is a good book. But you have to read it now. Don't wait for the movie.»—JAMES DAVIDSON, founder, Agora, Inc., and Editor, Strategic Investment Throughout history, gold has been a safe haven in times of political and economic crisis. Right now, gold's fundamentals are remarkably strong, says veteran commodities market analyst James DiGeorgia. In fact, gold is poised to boom—reaching, DiGeorgia predicts, as high as $2,500. From the fundamentals of investing in the gold market to the 17 common pitfalls to avoid, The Trader's Great Gold Rush tells you everything you need to know to take advantage of the coming surge in gold. This is the perfect time to invest in gold. And this book will show you how.
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