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$1650 In January !?

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Sinclair's the fella who in 2009 had a 120-day countdown to the 'implosion' of the US dollar during early November... and has pretended he didn't make the call ever since.

What an absolute shyster that bloke is!

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Jim Sinclair has restated his prediction that gold will hit $1650 in January 2011 - very bold IMO.

A disappointingly low figure

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I am confident that it will be higher or lower by January 2011. I am less confident on it being the same. Now please buy my investment newsletter.

Difference here is that Jim Sinclair provides his advice for free and has operated the website (jsmineset.com) for year after year free of charge. He's not selling anything (other than, perhaps, gold!).

He sees gold as the ultimate insurance, not an investment.

I should also add that he is one of the greatest gold traders alive today. I'd sooner trust him than many other people.

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Difference here is that Jim Sinclair provides his advice for free and has operated the website (jsmineset.com) for year after year free of charge. He's not selling anything (other than, perhaps, gold!).

He sees gold as the ultimate insurance, not an investment.

I should also add that he is one of the greatest gold traders alive today. I'd sooner trust him than many other people.

+1

Some people wouldn't know good advice if it hit them in the face.

How many years ago did Sinclair start telling people where Gold was going?

He's made people a lot of money. If you don't believe Gold is going higher then don't buy it, or you can take your profit and leave (for those that listened and understood). No need to talk him down with disinformation.

Now where is our furry friend RB when you need him. I've still not got a negative word from him on Silver...i'm getting worried <_<

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