Which do you think is the strongest, gold, silver, or rare earth?

In today's video we will be looking at the gold market, analyzing the silver market, and finally, checking into the rare earth market.

Before you look at the video, you may want to consider doing this as an exercise: Write down which market has the strongest trend - up or down. Then rate the markets. Number 1 ……..Number 2 …….Number 3 ……. Once you see the video it will become clear to you how we rate these markets. It might surprise you.

If you're using MarketClub's "Trade Triangle" technology the answer is simple and you'll discover it in a matter of seconds. If you haven't used our "Trade Triangle" technology, this will be a good exercise for you to look and see just how powerful this technology is and how it can help your trading.

We all know that gold has had a big move, but so have silver and rare earth stocks. So what's next?

I hope this video helps outline some ideas that you can put to good use in the future.

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Enjoy the video and every success in trading,

Adam Hewison
President of INO.com
Co-founder of MarketClub

Edit 5:15pm EST: We have already seen a signal in one of these markets after today's video was published. Watch now to find out which.

Rare Earth Update

A few days ago we blogged about rare earth being more valuable than gold. If you missed that blog posting on January 27th, you can read it here if you wish.

The stock mentioned in this blog posting was a stock trading on the NYSE named MOLYCORP, symbol MCP. Since that posting, MOLYCORP has moved up over 8 dollars in very active trading. In fact, the stock was up over 9% yesterday and up over 18% since we mentioned it to five days ago.

Take a quick look at the chart below and you can compare what we said back on the 27th right here. Continue reading "Rare Earth Update"

Rare earth more valuable than gold?

I recently took a trip to China where I was able to explore and get a better firsthand understanding of what is going on in that country, and not just all the hype one reads about.

You can read about my trip and my conclusions right here.

I also think you'll find it interesting that the Shanghai index that we discussed in my earlier blog posting is proving to be accurate.

In today's blog posting we are going to be discussing a resource that China has more of than anywhere else on the planet, rare earth. Continue reading "Rare earth more valuable than gold?"