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The Rosen Market Timing Letter

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Sep 9 2009 10:04AM

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REPORT

Sorry to remind you folks, but a bull market goes up on rising volume and rising open interest. A correction in a bull market goes down on declining volume and declining open interest. The A, B, C multi-month correction in gold and silver is being accomplished with declining volume and declining open interest. The final C wave down will begin soon. As a way of apologizing for reminding you of these most important facts I hereby dedicate this song to the “Clunker? policy.

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THE BLACK VERTICAL LINES ARE VOLUME. THE WAVY BLACK LINE IS OPEN INTEREST

GOLD QUARTERLY

GOLD MONTHLY

GOLD WEEKLY

THE BLACK VERTICAL LINES ARE VOLUME. THE WAVY BLACK LINE IS OPEN INTEREST.

SILVER QUARTERLY

SILVER MONTHLY

SILVER WEEKLY

Stay well,

M I G H T Y I N S P I R I T

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Ron Rosen & Alistair Gilbert

 

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Disclaimer: The contents of this letter represent the opinions of Ronald L. Rosen.  Nothing contained herein is intended as investment advice or recommendations for specific investment decisions, and you should not rely on it as such. Ronald L. Rosen is not a registered investment advisor. Information and analysis above are derived from sources and using methods believed to be reliable, but Ronald L. Rosen cannot accept responsibility for any trading losses you may incur as a result of your reliance on this analysis and will not be held liable for the consequence of reliance upon any opinion or statement contained herein or any omission. Individuals should consult with their broker and personal financial advisors before engaging in any trading activities. Do your own due diligence regarding personal investment decisions.