With nearly three decades of experience in precious metals and natural resource markets, Larry Edelson has played a pivotal role in training Weiss Research staff and in guiding Weiss Research’s customers to prudent investments in these sectors.
His Resource Options Alert, Energy Windfall Trader and Real Wealth Report provide a continuing education on natural resource investments, with recommendations aiming for both profit and risk management. His team of technical analysts helps enhance the timing of investment recommendations with the aim of continually improving performance results for investors.
Mr. Edelson is also an accomplished analyst and writer, making substantial contributions to Weiss Research’s Safe Money Report and Uncommon Wisdom.
He holds a B.A. degree from Columbia University. Mr. Edelson got his start on Wall Street in 1978. By 1980, he had his own firm active in international brokerage, financial analysis and money management.
In the mid-1980s, Mr. Edelson was one of the largest gold traders in the world, responsible for as much as $1.4 billion in daily gold trading volume on the Comex in New York, in today’s dollars. Mr. Edelson also managed several multi-million-dollar natural resource and commodity-based private investment funds.
Widely respected throughout the financial industry for his forecasts, Mr. Edelson has successfully called nearly all the major turning points in the world’s macro-economic trends, including …
The Stock Market Crash of 1987 and its subsequent rally to new highs by 1990.
The 21-year bear market in precious metals.
Major turning points in the currency markets, including the now multi-year-long decline in the dollar.
The peak of the stock market bubble in 2000.
The new bull market in natural resources that began in 2001.
One of the only analysts in the world to correctly identify in 2004 the start of the major bull markets in Asian economies and stocks.
Frequently quoted in international press, including Forbes, Bloomberg, CBS MarketWatch and more, Mr. Edelson travels extensively through Asia each year, bringing his followers first-hand analysis and accounts of the vibrant emerging economies.