Jake Bernstein's New Guide to Investing in Metals

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Wiley, 1991 - Business & Economics - 257 pages
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Jake Bernstein’s New Guide to Investing in Metals Few investments arouse as much excitement, greed, and emotion as metals, especially precious metals. This book reveals why metals are such an attractive investment vehicle among investors and speculators today, and shows you how you can profitably add metals to your investment portfolio, too. Step by step, Jake Bernstein, one of today’s leading authorities on investing in metals, introduces you to today’s premier metals. You’ll learn about the history, application, location, and availability of gold, silver, platinum, and palladium … the important base metals (copper and tin) … and a wide range of strategic metals, from antimony to zirconium. Jake Bernstein’s New Guide to Investing in Metals also offers:
  • The near-term, intermediate-term, and long-term price outlook for each of the metal markets
  • Specific technical investment factors which have shown a high degree of reliability and/or repetition in the given metals
  • Bernstein’s own expert evaluation of optimum investment opportunities in each metals market
Metals investing offers unique opportunities for the savvy investor. Jake Bernstein will show you how to make the most of these opportunities today and in the dynamic years to come

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Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
37
Section 3
63

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About the author (1991)

About the author JACOB BERNSTEIN is President of MBH Commodity Advisors, Inc. of Winnetka, Illinois. Publisher of the MBH Weekly Commodity Letter, he is a frequent lecturer and contributor to professional publications and the author of numerous books on futures trading, commodity cycles, and seasonal trends, including The Handbook of Commodity Cycles, How to Profit from Seasonal Commodity Spreads, How to Profit in Precious Metals, The Investor’s Quotient, Facts on Futures, The Short-Term Trader’s Manual, and The New Prosperity.

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