Mary Anne and Pamela Aden are two of the most influential and well known investment analysts, writers and lecturers in the world. They are the co-editors and publishers of The Aden Forecast, a monthly investment newsletter, which specializes in the U.S. and global stock markets, the precious metals and foreign exchange markets, as well as U.S. and international interest rates and bonds.
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The primary objective of The Aden Forecast is to profit from major market rises and to avoid losses during major market declines.
The Adens' goal is to determine which markets are poised for growth or decline, the directions they'll take, when, and how much they will rise or fall, enabling their subscribers to profit by investing during the best parts of major market trends. And you can invest for the … Read More
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A 12 page newsletter each month covering all of the major investment markets with thorough explanations, technical analysis with the Aden’s proprietary unique charts and specific recommendations. You’ll know which markets are best to invest in and why, as well as which markets to avoid and why.
The Aden Forecast puts it all together as no other publication does, also providing a world overview and how events will affect the markets.
Concise, specific weekly updates and web-charts to keep you abreast of what’s new in the markets in between your monthly issues, including actions to take if any and what to be watching for.
Between the two Aden sisters, you’ll benefit from nearly 60 years of combined investment experience.
Access to the best charts and leading indicators in the business, covering all of the major markets.
Dec. 30, 2010, 9:12 a.m. EST - Letter of the yearCommentary: Adens Forecast has impressive track record.NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — Two women for all seasons? The Aden Forecast, edited by Costa Rican-based sisters Pamela and Mary Anne Aden, is our 2010 Letter of the Year because of a combination of powerful strategic vision and tactical adroitness that has produced solid results over a turbulent decade. Read More
Dec. 13, 2010, ‘Huge’ stock decline — but not yet.Commentary: Adens say near term looks good, but ‘mega trend’ looks grim.By Peter Brimelow, MarketWatchAn apocalyptic hard-money letter says party on — for now. When I last checked with the Aden Forecast, the well-argued service edited by Costa Rican-based sisters Pamela and Mary Anne Aden, they were making one of their periodic tacks in the face of market conditions.By Peter Brimelow, see article here MarketWatch