Mary Anne & Pamela Aden

Mary Anne & Pamela Aden are well known analysts and editors of The Aden Forecast, a market newsletter named 2010 Letter of the Year by MarketWatch, which provides specific forecasts and recommendations on gold, stocks, interest rates and the other major markets. For more information, go to www.adenforecast.com

Articles by Mary Anne & Pamela Aden

The gold market has been disappointing to say the least. It’s been on the decline for several months now and many investors are throwing in the towel. Those who aren’t are wondering, how low could it go? All factors considered, we believe...
Gold is under downward pressure again…Is this a cause for concern? So far, the answer is no… If gold now stays above $1195, which is a very strong long-term support level, this will become the springboard for higher prices in the next...
With gold again on the decline, it’s time to take a look and focus on gold’s big picture. This eases a lot of doubt, especially when companies like Goldman Sachs are bearish on commodities. We’ll focus on silver and palladium too.
No sooner had gold taken a back seat to the soaring stock market, when it did an about face! Tensions in the Middle East and Ukraine pushed gold up. The Fed then fueled the rise by again affirming a low interest rate policy. But a firmer...
Gold dropped sharply a couple of weeks ago. Many experts can’t explain why, but there are several reasons that make sense…
Gold is a safe haven…The emerging market turmoil in January got the safe haven ball rolling. The slowing U.S. economy then added another boost, especially with Yellen keeping the same policies as Bernanke.
Gold has moved to the front burner. It’s risen nearly 11% from its December low to a 3+ month high. So 2014 is off to a good start.
Gold’s been frustrating, to say the least. Plus, its characteristics changed in September. Gold failed to rise during its best seasonal time, and when the dollar was declining. These factors alone were bearish signs. In addition, gold...
Despite its recent weakness, the world is still viewing gold as a store of value. Overall demand remains strong. As Eric Sprott points out, “ It’s staggering to think demand for gold is twice global mine production.” China is now the...
Many events moved the market this month.  Gold demand was stable but more important, gold is getting a boost from the weaker U.S. dollar. The U.S. dollar is now clearly bearish, and since gold and the U.S. dollar generally move in...

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