LIVE Gold Prices $  | E-Mail Subscriptions | Update GoldSeek | GoldSeek Radio 

Commentary : Gold Review : Markets : News Wire : Quotes : Silver : Stocks - Main Page >> News >> Story  Disclaimer 
Latest Headlines to Launch New Website

Is Gold Price Action Warning Of Imminent Monetary Collapse Part 2?
By: Hubert Moolman

Gold and Silver Are Just Getting Started
By: Frank Holmes, US Funds

Silver Makes High Wave Candle at Target – Here’s What to Expect…
By: Clive Maund

Gold Blows Through Upside Resistance - The Chase Is On
By: Avi Gilburt

U.S. Mint To Reduce Gold & Silver Eagle Production Over The Next 12-18 Months
By: Steve St. Angelo, SRSrocco Report

Gold's sharp rise throws Financial Times into an erroneous sulk
By: Chris Powell, GATA

Precious Metals Update Video: Gold's unusual strength
By: Ira Epstein

Asian Metals Market Update: July-29-2020
By: Chintan Karnani, Insignia Consultants

Gold's rise is a 'mystery' because journalism always fails to pursue it
By: Chris Powell, GATA


GoldSeek Web

Off to a Good Start in 2007

By: Mary Anne Aden and Pamela Aden, The Aden Forecast

-- Posted Wednesday, 7 February 2007 | Digg This ArticleDigg It!

Courtesy of


A renewed rise in gold, silver, and the other precious metals has started. They’ve been rising from their January 5 lows in a rise that is poised to become a great leg up in the ongoing bull market.


In fact, so far in 2007 the metals have been stronger than stocks. The gains in silver, for instance, have been five times that of the Dow Industrials, in spite of its record highs, and gold has risen more than three times the Industrials’ rise.  Furthermore, the Dow Industrials has declined 56% in gold terms since 1999.  So gold continues to be the better investment by far.




If gold is considered an alternative investment, then why has it been rising while the stock market reaches record highs? Granted, this is unusual but the world is unusual and it has been since the new century started... massive liquidity, globalization, China, India, emerging countries, more demand, rising markets, economic imbalances, debt, deficits and war. There are many items on the plate that have changed the world’s landscape and one thing seems certain, these changes will continue to change the world and they’ll keep upward pressure on gold.




Gold is showing strength, in spite of a firm U.S. dollar as it has stayed above $600. The $600 level has been a solid support. Plus, demand remains strong from India and the oil producing countries, and China has become the world’s third biggest consumer of gold after India and the U.S. Momentum has also picked up due to the drop in copper.


In addition, inflation continues to brew.  The difficult war in Iraq and Iran’s growing tensions in the region will unfortunately continue to give gold a boost as well.



Chart 1 shows gold adjusted for inflation. The point here is that gold is still underpriced and it could eventually reach $2200 in the years ahead, the 1980 high adjusted for inflation. This alone is impressive because it shows that gold at $2200 today would be the same as gold at $850 in 1980.


GOLD: Renewed rise has begun


For now, gold’s current rise has the potential to surpass the May highs and possibly test the 1980 highs. You’ll remember that gold reached a 25 year high last May at $722. It’s essentially been consolidating that great rise since then, but now for the first time since May, gold has the potential to rise to a new high for the move.



Chart 2A shows you gold’s cyclical A through D pattern. The C rises represent the best rise in a bull market, when gold hits a new bull market high. And when this happens, you know the bull market is solid.


As you can see, each C rise since 2001 has reached a new high. This means that if the current C rise fails to surpass the May peak, it would be a warning sign of a possible change.


So let’s now see how far this C rise takes gold. If gold closes and stays above $668 basis April, it would then have a good chance of running up to the May high and surpassing it.  But as long as April gold stays above $630, the current C rise will remain in force, indicating that these targets will continue to be within reach.


SILVER: The best precious metal


Silver also looks great. It’s strong, solid and even though it weakened more than gold recently, it’s still stronger than gold on a major trend basis (see Chart 3C).



Silver shares have been the best of all, better than gold and silver, and much better than gold shares.


Silver is also poised to rise further. Chart 3A shows its solid rise above its rising 65-week moving average now at $11.30. With the leading indicator poised to move higher, silver now has the potential of reaching its May high near $14.88, and possibly surpassing it before the indicator reaches overbought (see Chart 3B).



Both gold and silver will be in a new ballgame above the May highs. Looking at silver’s big picture on Chart 4, you can see that once silver breaks above the May high it will also be clearly breaking above its 1983 high, and it will be starting to enter the top side of its mega upchannel.  Silver’s next upside target would then be $22 before it eventually goes on to test the 1980 highs near $50.


For now, it’s best to keep a larger portion of your metals portfolio in the physical metals or their ETFs, and keep more silver shares than gold shares.



Mary Anne & Pamela Aden are well known analysts and editors of The Aden Forecast, a market newsletter providing specific forecasts and recommendations on gold, stocks, interest rates and the other major markets. For more information, go to

-- Posted Wednesday, 7 February 2007 | Digg This Article


Increase Text SizeDecrease Text SizeE-mail Link of Current PagePrinter Friendly PageReturn to >> Story

E-mail Page  | Print  | Disclaimer 

© 1995 - 2019 Supports

©, Gold Seek LLC

The content on this site is protected by U.S. and international copyright laws and is the property of and/or the providers of the content under license. By "content" we mean any information, mode of expression, or other materials and services found on This includes editorials, news, our writings, graphics, and any and all other features found on the site. Please contact us for any further information.

Live GoldSeek Visitor Map | Disclaimer


The views contained here may not represent the views of, Gold Seek LLC, its affiliates or advertisers., Gold Seek LLC makes no representation, warranty or guarantee as to the accuracy or completeness of the information (including news, editorials, prices, statistics, analyses and the like) provided through its service. Any copying, reproduction and/or redistribution of any of the documents, data, content or materials contained on or within this website, without the express written consent of, Gold Seek LLC, is strictly prohibited. In no event shall, Gold Seek LLC or its affiliates be liable to any person for any decision made or action taken in reliance upon the information provided herein.