Christopher Aaron

Christopher Aaron is a former counter-terrorism officer for the CIA and Department of Defense. He has always had an independent, analytical outlook, volunteering to serve two tours in Iraq and Afghanistan from 2006 – 2009 to gather real-time intelligence for military leaders in Washington, D.C. Drawing upon his investigative skills, he turned his attention to the financial markets in the mid-2000’s and has been sharing his research and analysis for over a decade.

iGold Advisor is dedicated to providing intelligent and independent analysis of the precious metals, currency, and commodity markets. We are neither perma-bulls nor perma-bears on any asset; rather, we endeavor to maintain a focused discipline on the psychological, wave, and cycle patterns that ebb and flow continuously through all markets. You can reach Christopher at: caaron@gold-eagle.com.

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Gold has been hot recently. Even now during the summer months, which is typically the slowest time of year for the shiny yellow. Yet, even with the $110 intraday surge on June 24th after the affirmative Brexit vote, gold still has some work to do to convince the
Precious metals saw their first weekly declines of the summer on profit taking and seasonal weakness trends. Gold Price For the week, the price of gold fell $29.70, closing at $1,337.70. This was a 2.2% drop from a week prior, and the first weekly decline in s
The precious metals continued their strong advances this week on worldwide safe-haven buying amidst fears of continued fallout in the EU post-Brexit. Gold rose in most international currencies, including a stellar 4.2% rise as priced in the British pound to 1,056.
The precious metals continued to build on gains seen since the affirmative Brexit vote last week. Most notably, gold and silver are showing exceptional strength now during June, seasonally one of the weakest months for the precious metals.    Gold Price
The big news impacting precious metals this week was the affirmative 'Brexit' vote on Thursday, as the citizens of Great Britain decided in a referendum to leave the European Union. Global markets were in turmoil following the vote. The British Pound fell a stagg
Last week we examined the history of gold ETFs, the types of funds available, and an overview of tax laws surrounding the precious metals. Today, we will continue by looking at several top fund recommendations for those who seek to participate in the precious met
If you have begun recently to consider investing in gold or silver -- congratulations for thinking outside the box of conventional asset classes. Whether you've arrived at this point due to the recent turbulence in the stock market, or you'd like to diversify into a
What a surge for gold to close the week last Friday. Prices for the precious metal climbed $35 (2.7%) for the day, ending the week at $1,243, and breaking the streak of four down weeks in a row. The cause? The US job payrolls report, released on Friday morning, w
Gold has now fallen for four weeks in a row and has come back into an important technical support zone. This is the lower range of the anticipated trajectory we have been outlining for some months. We expect prices to now begin to carve out a bottom, though this pro
Gold has been weak over the last few days, falling back down to $1,225, as this article goes to press. The major contributor to gold's fall has been strength in the U.S. dollar since last Wednesday, when the Federal Reserve released minutes from its most recent poli

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