Christopher Aaron

Christopher Aaron

Christopher Aaron began his career as an intelligence analyst for the CIA and Department of Defense. He served two tours to Afghanistan and Iraq between 2006 - 2009, conducting pattern-of-life mapping for military leaders.



Mapping shares similarities with technical analysis of the financial markets because both involve the interpretation of repeating patterns found in human nature. He is the founder of iGold Advisor, providing research on the precious metals, and iGlobal Analytics, featuring technical analysis of the global capital markets.



Christopher speaks regularly on the cyclical patterns found within the financial markets and on international policy. He has been featured in the New York Times and NPR news amongst other publications.

www.iGoldAdvisor.com

I recently attended the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention in Toronto. The convention was held from March 5-10.  It featured approximately 500 companies trying to convince over 20,000 investors to invest in their company stories. The
In a recent article, we made the case that the most recent lows seen across the gold mining sector were likely generational lows, and because of the extreme nature of the undervaluation in the sector, investors should consider this setup as our Trade of the Decade.
The price action for both gold and silver continues to show bullish implications for the establishment of the long-term lows we have been watching for the last several months. What we are seeing now are bullish consolidation patterns, which are very healthy for markets
The precious metals are at critical junctures that will mark the final lows for the bear market since 2011. The surge in gold during the New Year has been impressive, with prices rising from $1,045 per ounce to hit $1,200 as this article goes to press, a gain of 15%. Ha
Our trade of the decade is to go long only the highest quality gold and silver mining companies, and to short the broad S&P 500 Index. By several important valuation metrics, these indices are at historic extremes. When focusing on recent patterns, we are seeing ear

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