Gold Price Forecast: New All-Time Highs Coming

Chief Analyst & Founder @ iGold Advisor
March 23, 2023

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Gold is on the verge of new all-time highs. The metal of kings has already broken out to new all-time highs in many world currencies – the last yet most important will be gold as priced in US dollars.

On the heels of the 0.25% interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve, yet amidst clear signals that the central bank is ready to print new money to support the financial system after the failures of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, gold rose $30 or 1.5% to close at $1,970 per ounce in the spot market on Wednesday.

Let us observe gold as priced in several world currencies, so that we may gain a glimpse of what is in store for gold in US dollars over the months ahead.

Gold in Japanese Yen

First, gold as priced in the Japanese currency has just broken out to a new all-time high, eclipsing the former peak of 255,000 yen per ounce set in 2022. As this is being written, gold is trading at 258,000. We now have an official target of 278,000 yen for gold in the Japanese currency.

Gold in Australian dollars

Second, gold as priced in Australian dollars has just broken out to a new all-time high, eclipsing the former peak of $2,873 set in 2020. As this is being written, gold is trading at $2,964. We now have an official target of $3,560 for gold in the Australian currency.

Gold in British pounds

Third, gold as priced in British pounds has just broken out to a new all-time high, eclipsing the former peak of 1,578 pounds set in 2020. As this is being written, gold is trading at 1,631 pounds. We now have an official target of 1,960 pounds for gold in the British currency.

Gold in New Zealand dollars

Fourth, gold as priced in New Zealand dollars has just broken out to a new all-time high, eclipsing the former peak of $3,108 set in 2020. As this is being written, gold is trading at $3,156. We now have an official target of $3,895 for gold in the New Zealand currency.

Gold in euros

Gold in the common European currency has not yet broken out to a new all-time high, but it on the verge of doing so. The former peak set in 2022 was 1,902 euros, and gold has recently traded as high as 1,886 euros. Our expectation is that gold is within months of making a new all-time high in the European currency, after which the price should be expected to trend into the mid-2,000 range per ounce as measured in euros.

Gold in US Dollars

With clear evidence that gold has either already broken out to new all-time highs, or is on the verge of doing so, within all of the world’s major currency crosspairs, it should logically be expected that it is simply a matter of time before gold breaks out in the most important currency, the US dollar.

Turning our attention to the gold in US dollars chart now, we note that gold has recently traded as high as $2,009 per ounce in the US currency. This marks the third time in three years that gold has attempted to establish a sustained break above the psychologically important $2,000 mark.

As this article is being written, gold is once again back just below the $2,000 level, currently trading at $1,968. Our expectation is that gold needs between 3 – 6 more months of consolidation below $2,000, before it is ready to break that critical level for good and begin trending to new all-time highs.

In a previous article on Gold Eagle (link: https://www.gold-eagle.com/article/gold-price-2023-forecast-new-all-time-highs-late-2023-2024), we discussed the expected price trajectory that gold will follow, on this route to breaking out to new all-time highs.

Takeaway on Gold

The Federal Reserve is losing credibility in its fight against 40-year high inflation, as it begins to print new money once again to bail out the banking system, following the collapses of Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank, and Credit Suisse.

Gold is responding to this increase in money creation by having already broken out to new all-time highs in several major world currencies. Further, it is on the verge of doing so in several others, including the US dollar.

Investors should be using any final pullback in the gold price over the coming months to finalize their precious metals positions, because once gold breaks out, it may not look back.

While bullion should be expected to rise by 20% - 25% following gold’s breakout, mining companies, which are leveraged to the underlying metal price, have the potential to rise 100% or more during this same time period.

At www.iGoldAdvisor.com, we are preparing to purchase several precious metals-related investments. In addition to bullion, we are making highly-leveraged investments in gold and silver mining companies via private placements, which offer investors free warrants in addition to their shares.

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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 independent research and analytics on all aspects of the precious metals markets.

He 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 financial publications.

www.iGoldAdvisor.com


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