The Gold Forecast is a premium, online, subscription-based video newsletter created for investors and traders of all levels. We offer two products:
1) The Gold Forecast, covering mainly gold and silver market, and
2) Trending Markets, covering S&P500, NASDAQ, US Dollar, crude oil and more.
Because The Gold Forecast's services are video based, our data, advisements and results are there for the world to see. Anyone can look at the past signals we issued and watch our daily show to cross check each trade.
We take pride in the fact that we are as transparent or more transparent than any service in the entire world.
We require a credit card or Paypal account in order to avoid spam that distracts us from our important mission of providing accurate, thorough trading information to our subscribers.
We charge $1.00 in order to check the legitimacy of transactions.
Of course, we hope you will become a subscriber to one of our services, but if for any reason you decide not to join us, after the free trial ends we will happily refund the $1.00 charge to your credit card or PayPal account
In fact, more then half of our subscribers are from countries around the world other than the U.S.
We issue approximately 30 to 50 signals per year. You may refer to our track record table to see how many trade alerts we have sent out in the past. Each day, however, during his technical video analysis Gary Wagner looks at short term charts and explains where prices in the markets might go at any given point. Short term traders can take advantage of this.
We provide a free version of our newsletter that is released Monday through Friday. It covers only fundamental news and commentary across main markets. You may opt in to receive it every day; once a week, or get notifications about special offers and new "Chart This" shows produced by Kitco News.
Please note that the free newsletter does not include our premium technical video analysis, nor any trade signal alerts that we provide to our paid members. You may also watch free all of our past shows 14 days after the date they first appeared.