Sid Klein Global Strategy
The Past Reports and Major Turning Points
pages each contain 4 subfolders: New York, Precious Metals,
Japan/Shanghai, and Currencies. Past reports date from November
2001 to the present. Post-2007 letters appear in one or more
of the subfolders.
In these reports, one will find the most successful publicly
verifiable track record of timing and analysis in the world,
within the broadest coverage of global markets and asset classes.
The divergent Dow Jones peaks and VIX bottoms speak to global
equity collapses in 2013, with the gold bull market remaining
the true safe haven. Countercyclical gold bull markets help
smooth portfolio volatility, which trough with VIX bottoms that,
in turn, are consistent with Dow Jones peaks; the picture is
collapse in global markets. A collapse from a Dow Jones peak
will again spike volatility from a VIX bottom, consistent with
the fundamentals of a secular gold bull market that is fed by
record bond prices which, this time, provide no alternative
While affordable to readers, SKGS is priced to attract investors,
thereby providing high net worth and hedge fund investors the
best value in the global marketplace.
Today, Sid believes that silver will erupt to new all-time
highs, along with gold, against a backdrop of downward spiraling
equity value in 2013.
June 10, 2012
"Kudos for Sid Klein who has demonstrated par excellence
understanding of the gold market."
Dr. Vronsky GOLD-EAGLE.com
"Sid tracks Tokyo more obsessively than most on this side
of the Pacific...and it shows in his calls."
Kathryn M. Welling Welling on Wall Street
"Sid Klein has an excellent handle on the Japanese stock
Robert Prechter The Elliott Wave Theorist
"I know of no other service that has consistently forecast
and timed the precious metals with such precision. Nor any writer
who has analyzed the major Eastern and Western indices and equity
themes with such acumen since 2000. So, we're asset allocaters
who read SKGS."
Regent Wealth Management Top 100 Advisors Worth Magazine
"When I was writing the International Trader column, a
weekly musing on non-U.S. bourses that I created and launched
in BARRON'S in February 1978, I found Sid Klein's comments on
doings in Tokyo to be both informative and prescient. To refresh
your memory, the Nikkei-225 index closed at its alltime high
on the last trading day of 1989. Early in 1990, Sid correctly
insisted that the top was in. It was. Years later, he also called
the bottom in Tokyo, and urged his clients to start buying again.
After retiring in March 2000, I became very interested in gold
and gold stocks. I still am. Sid also follows this sector and
believes it's in a secular bull market. My agreement is another
reason to read."
Peter C. Dubois
"In the first quarter of 2000, Mr. Sid Klein advised me
to trade-in my New Economy stocks for Japanese domestic value
equities; no one has ever given me more timely advice."
William B. Horovitz Trade Commissioner, (Retired) Industry Canada,
International Trade Centre,