Gold Price Forecasts for 2014, 2015 and BeyondGold price 2014, 2015: Read the latest mid-and long-term gold price predictions.
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Editor's Note: We've been aggregating gold price forecasts for years. Don't disregard them. But keep in mind that they are mostly short-term estimations, and even the long-term ones get adapted repeatedly. Don't base your investment decision on gold forecasts, unless you have tons of money to speculate with and can afford losses! Gold can be a very meaningful part of your assets – but please do take time to understand why and in which time horizon it is safe to invest in!
Special Warning – "THE FRACKING / SHALE GAS REVOLUTION"
The extraction of shale oil previously deemed unrecoverable – otherwise known as "fracking" – could boost the economy and affect the gold price negatively. Most of the current gold forecasts DO NOT include the effect of fracking.
In our view, the impact of fracking is just at the beginning of being reflected in the gold price and may also be tied to its decline this year. It is impossible to estimate how the fracking boom and the excess supply of the oil may or may not boost the economy and in which time frame the boost should happen. If the boost materializes even for a few years, it would mean a sinking or stagnating gold price for a longer period. We’ll look at it closer an you'll find updates here soon, but in the meantime – invest with due care!
29-Jan-15 | Comments (0)
The London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) issued the 2015 results of its annual LBMA Forecast. The Forecast contributors — 35 analysts — are expecting gold prices to remain broadly flat in 2015, with an average gold price of $1,211, the trading range being between $1,085 to $1,356 during the year.
The lowest prediction comes from Credit Agricole's Adam Myers and calls for an average yearly price of $950. The highest 2015 average is forecasted by Sharps Pixley's Norman Ross at $1,321. Download the full report here (PDF).
21-Jan-15 | Comments (0)
UBS lowered its gold price forecast for 2015 from $1,200 to $1,190, quoting low oil prices as the main reason. Bulliondesk, Jan 8, 2015
However, HSBC raised its 2015 gold price prediction from $1,175 to $1,234, arguing that the strong dollar and geopolitical fears will further boost gold's status as a safe heaven. Bulliondesk, Jan 15, 2015
Stay tuned for the comprehensive LBMA gold forecast which comprises 30 leading precious metals analysts - later this week!
13-Aug-14 | Comments (0)
Reuters quarterly interviews analysts to gather their gold price prediction. We have collected the forecasts made in 2014 and conclude that the sentiment has stabilized but the expectations for 2015 remain low.
|THOMSON REUTERS||2014 Avg Gold Price Prediction||2015 Avg Gold Price Prediction||No of Analysts interviewed||Link|
|Q1 Poll Jan 2014||$1,235||37||Link|
|Q2 Poll Apr 2014||$1,278||$1,250||28||Link|
|Q3 Poll July 2014||$1,277||$,1250||31||Link|
|Q4 Poll Dec 2014|
As a bonus, we are adding a recent Jim Rogers analysis (June 17, 2014) in which he discusses the possible bottom for the gold price in the next 1-2 years.
07-Mar-14 | Comments (0)
So, will the sun shine again for gold in 2014? Yes — if we are to trust the UBS, RBC and Nomura analysts.
Nomura Securities adapted their gold price prediction for 2014 from $1,138 to $1,335. Also, Nomura revised the 2015 gold price forecast, lifting it to$1,460/oz from US$1,200/oz.
RBC Capital Markets sees gold averaging $1,400 in 2014.
UBS analyst Edel Tuly boosted her gold price forecast for 2014. The three-month outlook was increased to $1,350, and the expected all-year average was lifted from $1,200 to $1,300. Still Tuly maintains the $1,200 target for 2015.
So, that's some signs that the sentiment is shifting towards a more positive mood after a bearish 2013. Nevertheless, keep your eyes open, for sunny weather never lasts forever.
25-Feb-14 | Comments (0)
Robert Wagner: Bottom In Gold Likely To Be Below $770
Tim Davis: Gold's Correlation To Global Money Supply Implies $1,800 Per Ounce
21-Feb-14 | Comments (0)
The London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) issued the 2014 results of its annual LBMA Forecast. The Forecast contributors are expecting gold prices to remain broadly flat in 2014, with an average gold price of $1,219 in 2014. The lowest prediction comes from Credit Suisse and calls for an average price of $1,080. The highest 2014 average is forecasted at $1,315 by Degussa, followed by $1,305 by Heraeus. Download the full report here (PDF).
08-Nov-13 | Comments (0)
By Marek Kuchta, Editor-in-Chief, Gold in Mind, November 15, 2013
In late 2013, the sentiment regarding gold is bearish among most bank forecasters. Most of the forecasts we have collected (table below) see a lower gold price in 2014. The analysts quote the expected strengthening of the U.S. dollar, the improving economy, the rise in the interest rates and tapering (scaling down of the government stimulus program) as the reasons for the decline in the gold price in 2014. In our opinion, all of these events are indeed "expected", but none of them has yet taken place. Further, only a few of these forecasts include the upside factors in their predictions – unprecedented demand from China (HSBC), gold buying by central banks as a diversification from the U.S. dollar (HSBC), gold mining costs being around $1,300/oz and serving as the floor for the gold price (Deutsche Bank).
The table below gives you the overview of the individual forecasts, you can follow the link to read the accompanying analyses. You can find our conclusion below the table.
|Morgan Stanley||10/07/2013||$1,313; 1,200-1,350||L|
|Goldman Sachs||09/13/2013||$1,320||below $1000 in the near term; $1,144||$1,050||$1,200||L|
|Bank of America/Merrill Lynch||09/27/2013||$1,419||$1,294||$1,356||L|
|Deutsche Bank||04/11/2013||average $1,637||$1,810||L|
|BNP Paribas||06/24/2013||average $1,405||$1,155||L|
|Bloomberg LMBA survey||10/01/2013||$1,405||L|
|LMBA forecast 2013||average $1,753||L|
|Thomson Reuters GFMS Gold Survey 2013||09/12/2013||average $1,446||$1,350||$1,300||L|
If anything is going to push the gold price downwards in 2014, it is going to be speculative trades by major commercial banks and funds, who are also among the major producers of these forecasts. In my opinion, most of these forecasts are short-sighted and do not take into consideration the major trends that will influence the gold price after 2014. Hence, I advise you to take the predictions with a grain of salt.
26-Jul-13 | Comments (0)
Goldman Sachs predicts an average gold price of $1,413 for the year 2013. This doesn't necessarily mean that gold will get back to this level (from the current gold price of $1,329 as of July 26, 2013), because the first half of the year, during which gold was for the better part trading above $1,500, is already included in the average.
Goldman expects the U.S. recovery to pick up and gold to plunge the next year, predicting gold to average only $1,165 in 2014.
Further reading: Financial News, July 26, 2013.
25-Jan-13 | Comments (0)
New gold price predictions from Citibank and Morgan Stanley.
22-Oct-12 | Comments (0)
HSBC's analysts James Steel and Howard Wen just released their gold price predictions for 2013 and 2014:
Gold's price range in 2013: $1,550 to $2,000
Average gold price 2013: $1,850
Average gold price 2014: $1,775
- "Fed's open-ended commitment to easing until U.S. labor markets improve will support gold well into 2013."
- India's gold demand disappointing, but China's gold demand has been rising this year
- Likelihood that the USD will weaken, as forecast by HSBC foreign exchange research
- Persistently high commodity prices, should provide a further prop for gold
- Solid central bank gold demand - "Central banks continue to be active buyers of gold"
Full read: Mineweb, Oct 22, 2012
17-Oct-12 | Comments (0)
Based on the correlation between the expansion of the monetary base and the gold price, Casey Research expects the gold price to reach $2,300 by January 2012, as the monetary basy will further expand due to Quantitative Easing.
Read more: Casey Research, Oct 16, 2012
10-Aug-12 | Comments (0)
Morgan Stanley cuts its gold price forecasts for Q4/2012 from $2.011 to $1.750.
Read more: Aug 6, 2012 Wall Street Journal
02-Jul-12 | Comments (0)
Societe Generale reduced its 2012 average gold price forecast from $1.810 to $1.700. However, the bank expects gold to challenge the $1.800 mark again before year-end.
Societe Generale sees gold averaging $1.700 in the third quarter and $1.760 in the fourth quarter of 2012.
Source: June 11, 2012 Marketwatch
13-Apr-12 | Comments (0)
In recent weeks there have been some seemingly contradictory news regarding Jim Rogers' positions on gold. In reality, Jim Rogers just re-confirmed that he has been invested in gold and that he will use potential price drops as an opportunity to buy more. He does expect strong price swings in the short run, but in the long run (over the next decade), he expects gold to go much higher.
Here are two examples of these seemingly opposing recent news:
If you read (Bloomberg)Businessweek, Jim Rogers says he’s ‘Not So Optimistic’ about gold and silver. However, the article later explains that Rogers expects the price to decline and when that happens he will buy more.
But, if you read CNBC just two weeks earlier, you would read (or watch — the article includes the original video interview) a much more positive and precise formulation: “At $1,600, gold would be a buy”, he said, adding that he would increase his position even more at $1,500 per ounce. “If it got down to $1,200 or $1,300 I hope I’m smart enough to buy a lot more,”, noting that it was no prediction.
In the long run, gold and silver are going to go much higher, according to Rogers: “Gold is going to go much higher — and silver — over the next decade,” he said.
So, after all, Jim Rogers has not been contradicting himself at all — he is staying invested in gold and expects it to go up.
If you are really interested in his "Big Picture", more extensive coverage of his views is easily found — for instance this March 2012 feature by the Gulf News: The world, according to investor Jim Rogers.
27-Mar-12 | Comments (0)
TD Securities just lowered its forecast for the average gold price in 2012 from $1,925 to $1,766.
TD Securities ist the global wholesale banking subsidiary of the Toronto-Dominion Bank, the second largest bank in Canada. TD Securities' gold forecast from 2010 predicted a 2012 gold price of only $1,400.
More information: March 27, 2012, Resource Intelligence
25-Mar-12 | Comments (0)
The leading precious metals consultancy Thomson Reuters GFMS expects gold to rebound to $2,000 in late 2012 or early 2013 because of negative interest rates and the possibility of new rounds of quantitative easing. In the short term, however, gold could dip below $1,600, which presents a buying opportunity, according to GFMS's Philipp Klapwijk.
20-Mar-12 | Comments (0)
It is now 3 months into 2012 and over 6 months since the publication of the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) 2012 Forecast. Therein LBMA provided 2012 gold price forecasts (as well as forecasts for silver, platinum and palladium) by 26 precious metals analysts. Let's have a look at how these forecats are standing so far and what the best of last year's forecasters is saying now. First the Jan-Feb 2012 real numbers and the cummulated 2012 prediction:
|Cummulated LBMA Forecast 2012||$2,055||$1,443||$1,766|
And here are the forecasts from the LBMA 2012 Forecast which was issued in September 2011. Edel Tully, last year's best forecaster, is marked with an * arterisk. Please note, that she has now (March 19, 2012) revised her forecast (more information below).
|Analyst Name||2012 High||2012 Low||2012 Average|
*) UBS's Edel Tully was the most accurate forecaster of the LBMA 2011 Forecast. Here is her prediction for 2012: "We forecast an average 2012 price of $2,050. Gold's compelling case next year can be built on: persistent sovereign stress, a recession in Europe and further interest rate declines, benign growth across developed markets, a relatively sedate outlook for competing asset classes, still-low interest rates in the US, along with central banks maintaining their 2011 gold-buying spree. Yet it is the potential direction of European policy - if QE materialises - that will determine just how explosive the price moves could be. While gold risks falling towards $1,400, we also think a time will come when a gold rush could propel the metal significantly above $2,000. Perhaps the biggest thing in gold's favour as it starts 2012 is not its cheap price relative to the past 12 months, or decent physical demand of late, but rather that spec longs sit at their lowest level since April 2009. With the gold space far from crowded, when the tide turns, it would take a relatively small showing of support to cause the price to move quickly."
March 19, 2012 update: Edel Tully of UBS has lowered her one month forecast from $1,775 to $1,550. She has also lowered her three-month prediction to from $1,950 to $1,600, citing "expectations of a sustainable recovery in the global economy, particularly in the U.S."
As we can see, the majority of the polled anaylsts expects gold to surpass the $2,000 mark at some point in 2012. Should gold eventually climb to the "cummulatively expected" high of $2,055, it would mean an appreciation of 24% based on current gold prices (March 21, 2012 London AM $1,656/ounce). Should Edel Tully's target of $2,500 become reality, the appreciation would amount to 51%. However, it is now unlear whether or how the UBS revision has influenced the overall 2012 expectations.
14-Mar-12 | Comments (0)
Yesterday, on March 13, 2012, the Bloomberg Precious Metals Conference took place in New York. Bloomberg asked 14 participants to estimate the End-of-2012 gold price. The average estimate came to $1,897, which would represent a 21% gain in 2012. Such appreciation would extend the gold bull cycle to 12 consecutive years.
27-Feb-12 | Comments (0)
Newest gold price predictions from Standard Chartered Bank and BNP Paribas.
$1,975/oz in Q4-2012
above $2,000/oz in 2013
average $2,107/oz in 2014
$1,900/oz in 2015
$1,178/oz in 2018
$1,212/oz in 2019
$1,248/oz in 2020
Source: Emirates 24/7; Feb 27, 2012
BNP Paribas just raised the gold price targets for 2012 and 2013:
BNP sees gold average $1,700 in Q1, $1,770 in Q2, $1,905 in Q3, and $2,030 in Q4/2012.
Expected gold price average for 2013 is $2,225/oz.
Silver price predictions:
$31.90 in Q1, $34.95 in Q2, $39.30 in Q3, and $43.80 in Q4/2012.
Expected silver price average for 2013 is $52.00/oz.
Source: GoldAlert; Feb 15, 2012
22-Feb-12 | Comments (0)
Goldman Sachs maintains its previous prediction of 2012 average gold price of $1,940 despite lowering its return forecast for the broader commodity complex from 15% to 12%.
Looking further into the future, Morgan Stanley expects an average gold price of $2,175 in 2013.
23-Feb-12 | Comments (0)
Morningstar, a financial data provider specializing primarily in mutual funds research, has recently published a number of gold price forecasts. In the newest release, Morningstar maintains its bearish long-term outlook for gold. In the long run, the gold price should return to around $1,200 per ounce because according to Morningstar, "central bank buying cannot maintain its current pace over the long haul".
However, there are some scenarios contemplating accelerated central bank purchases "that could be very bullish for gold prices in the near to intermediate term."
Full article: 22 Feb 2012, Morningstar
13-Oct-11 | Comments (0)
BNP Paribas adjusted its gold price forecast for 2012 from $2,080 to $1,950.
Arguments for further rise from today's ($1,670) levels: strong Asian physical bullion demand and ongoing central bank demand.
10-Aug-11 | Comments (0)
Goldman Sachs: gold will hit $1,730 within 6 months and $1,900 in 12 months. (please note that gold hit $1,800 within days after this Goldman Sachs' forecast)
JP Morgan: Gold could test $2,500 by the end of 2011.
18-Jun-11 | Comments (10)
An analysis by the Standard Chartered bank suggests that the gold price will triple due to shortages in gold production. The bank's research team looked at the production levels of 345 gold mines and came to the conclusion that the gold production will be only 3.6% annualy over the next five years. The demand for gold, however, has been growing at a much faster pace, driven by purchases of gold by Asian central banks. This forecast is unique for two reasons: first, most gold price predictions are based on inflationary and crisis scenarios, while this one looks at the supply-demand equation. Second, banks usually tend to be rather conservative in their gold price predictions. An interesting read, indeed.
10-Jun-11 | Comments (4)
Superfund's Aaron Smith expects gold to increase 50% to 100% by 2014, as measured in major currencies. He also thinks that an ounce of silver will trade for around $100 within the same timeframe.
Reuter's analyst Wang Tao predicts silver to be worth $55 within the next few years.
Recent developments, such as the legalization of gold and silver as official currency in Utah or the purchase of $1bn worth of gold by the University of Texas and similar big institutions may accelerate this development.
Read more: Economic Times, June 7, 2011
24-Apr-11 | Comments (7)
Morningstar, a leading U.S. provider of investment research, has lowered its gold price prediction to $1,200 in 2014 and $1,236 in 2015.
- The now booming Gold ETFs may not continue to attract such tremendous amounts of inflows over the long run
- Investment demand for gold from China and India should continue as Indian and Chinese middle classes grow
- Central banks (China, India, Russia) are buying gold en masse now. This trend cannot be extrapolated in the long run
Related: Read our analysis of long-term gold price trends
14-Apr-11 | Comments (6)
GFMS, a leading global precious metals consultancy, released its "2011 Gold Survey". GFMS expects gold to reach $1,600 by the end of 2011. GFMS's Philip Klapwijk commented on the survey for Mineweb - here are the key points:
- We may be in the latter stage of the now 11-year gold bull market
- $1,600+ gold is possible at some stage, but there may be sharp corrections in the interim
- Unconfirmed preliminary figures suggest that gold bullion demand in China in the first quarter alone rose a massive 30-40% year on year
- China's investment demand for gold to continue growing substantially
Full article: Mineweb
18-Mar-11 | Comments (10)
Goldman Sachs analyst David Greely predicts gold to rise to $1,480 within the next 3 months. He does not see gold peeking before 2012. Earlier, in its 2011 gold price forecast released in October 2010, Goldman Sachs stated it expects gold to reach $1,650 within 12 months.
18-Mar-11 | Comments (4)
The CEO of BullionVault Paul Tustain has recently developed a comprehensive video presentation in which he very transparently lays out his case for $3,844 per ounce gold. The presentation also deals thoroughly with the big picture and provides many insights about gold and the state of Western economies. View the "Gold Value: Where to Now?" presentation now (~80 minutes).
08-Dec-10 | Comments (7)
2010-12-07 Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Societe Generale, BNP Paribas, Barclays, Bank of America - Merrill Lynch Gold Price Forecasts 2011, 2012
Reuters has compiled recent gold price predictions by major banks. Gold forecasts for 2011 range from $1,315 (Morgan Stanley) to $1,575 (Goldman Sachs). Outlook for 2012 gold price ranges from $1,250 (Morgan Stanley) to $1,700 (Goldman Sachs).
None of the banks expects silver to average higher than $30 in 2011 and 2012.
22-Nov-10 | Comments (4)
According to GoldAlert, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) increased its gold price forecast:
2011: $1,600 (from $1,400)
2012: $1,700 (from $1,500)
Predictions for silver were also significantly adjusted upwards:
2011: $28 (from $20)
2012: $30 (from $21)
Reasons: QE has become a habit in many developed countries.
19-Nov-10 | Comments (8)
Scotia Capital increased its targets for gold and silver:
2011: $1,400 ($1,500 peaks)
Peaks within 24 months: $1,700
2011: $26 ($30 peaks)
Peaks within 24 months: $35
(Scotia Capital is a member of the London Bullion Market Association through Scotia Mocatta.)
19-Nov-10 | Comments (3)
Bank of America forecasts gold to reach $1,500 by the end of 2011 due to strong investor and central bank demand.
16-Nov-10 | Comments (0)
The precious metals consultancy Gold Fields Minerals Services (GFMS) expects gold to peak above $1,500 and silver to hit $30 in 2011.
09-Nov-10 | Comments (0)
Jeffrey Nichols: "Without a doubt, the new arithmetic on Capitol Hill — along with the Fed’s recent policy shift — reinforces the bullish case for gold and raises my confidence that gold prices will rise to $2000 an ounce, then $3000, and possibly higher peaks over the next few years."
(Jeffrey Nichols, Managing Director of American Precious Metals Advisors (APMA), has been a leading gold and precious metals economist for over 25 years.)
06-Nov-10 | Comments (0)
Bretton Woods Research claims that $1,500 gold is possible by the end of 2010.
Full article: http://www.goldalert.com/2010/11/1500-gold-by-year-end/
02-Nov-10 | Comments (0)
The South-African gold miner and the third largest producer of gold in Africa, Harmony Gold, expects that gold will reach $1,500 per ounce in 2011.
Full article: http://www.goldalert.com/2010/11/1500-gold-next-year/
23-Oct-10 | Comments (10)
Barclays Capital's MD Paul Horsnell predicts that the gold price is likely to reach $1,850 by the end of 2011 due to strong demand from emerging markets and limited supply.
(Barclays Capital is a British investment bank. It is the investment banking division of Barclays plc.)
20-Oct-10 | Comments (0)
2011: average price $1,400 (revised from $1,295)
2012: average price $1,250 (revised from $1,175)
13-Oct-10 | Comments (0)
Goldman Sachs has raised its 12 month gold price forecast to $1,650. We should also expect $1,400 gold within the next 3 months and $1,525 within the next 6 months. Goldman argues that "the return of quantitative easing is likely to continue to be strong catalyst for gold."
Full article: October 12, 2010, MarketWatch
12-Oct-10 | Comments (3)
Natixis predicts an average gold price of $1,050 per ounce in 2011 due to global economic recovery.
(Natixis is a French corporate and investment bank.)
Full article: http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20101011-701716.html
12-Oct-10 | Comments (6)
Citigroup lifted its short and medium-term gold price $1,450 due to „ongoing sovereign crisis in Europe and deflationary risks in the U.S. and other G10 economies.” Citigroup also lifted its silver forecast to $25 per ounce.
07-Oct-10 | Comments (8)
2011: $1,315 (base case) or $1,512 (bull case)
06-Oct-10 | Comments (0)
Jefferies adjusted it price target for gold to $1,400 per ounce (from $1,300) and $25 (from $20) for silver.
(Jefferies & Company, Inc., the principal operating subsidiary of Jefferies Group, Inc. (NYSE: JEF) is a major global investment bank and institutional securities firm. It is, among other things, known for the Thomson Reuters/Jefferies CRB Index, a widely used commodity price index.)
05-Oct-10 | Comments (0)
Jim Rogers reiterated his gold price prediction of $2,000 for the coming decade. He also stated that his forecast was "not very dramatic, given the state of the world". Among other things, Rogers also recommends silver. Unlike gold which has been reaching its all-time highs, silver is still 60% below its all-time highs. Watch full interview below or read the transcript (October 4, 2010, CNBC).
More from Gold in Mind
02-Oct-10 | Comments (0)
According to Jeffrey Nichols, Managing Director of American Precious Metals Advisors, the gold price will hit $1,500 per ounce by the end of 2010. Mr. Nichols added that APMA has been stating this end-of-2010 target price for a year or more.
30-Sep-10 | Comments (2)
Deutsche Bank lowered its 2010 average gold price forecast from $1,211 to $1,177. The average price projection for 2011 of $1,450 remains unchanged.
Full article: http://www.goldalert.com/2010/09/bubble-in-gold-not-yet/
23-Sep-10 | Comments (62)
Those who bought gold in 2009 have so far made a dollar profit of up to 59% ($813 to $1,295). Gold's appreciation in euros is similarly impressive—gold gained 58% since January 2009 (€612 to €965). The same applies to the British pound, where we have witnessed a plus of 50% (£551 to £825). While gold is approaching $1,300 per ounce, many analysts think that the rally in gold (or the decline of the major currencies' value) is nowhere near its end and forecast gold prices of $2,500 and more in the years to come.
Lorimer Wilson of MunKnee.com has put together this extensive list of notable analysts and forecasters who predict the gold price will keep going up in the next years:
$5,000 Gold Bandwagon Now Includes These 55 Analysts – Got Gold?
by Lorimer Wilson
Original article: $5,000 Gold Bandwagon Now Includes These 55 Analysts – Got Gold? by Lorimer Wilson
This little band of gold enthusiatists started out few in numbers a few years back but has made a parabolic move over the past year or so much like their projections for the future price of gold. They now number an unbelieveable 96 who have stated, with sound reasons in their opinions, why gold could quite possibly go to a parabolic top of at least $2,500 an ounce – to even as much as an unimaginable $15,000 – before the bubble finally pops! In fact, the majority (55) maintain that $5,000 or more for gold is likely. In this article I identify those economists, analysts and financial writers and provide the URLs of their articles so you can ascertain for yourself their logic for such parabolic moves in the years to come.
Higher than $10,000
1. Mike Maloney:
2. Ben Davies: $10,000 – $15,000;
3. Howard Katz: $14,000; www.24hgold.com/english/contributor.aspxcontributor=Howard+S.+Katz&article=2241359014G10020&redirect=False
4. Dr. Jeffrey Lewis: $7,000-$14,000;
5. Jim Rickards: $4,000 – $11,000;
6. Roland Watson: $10,800 (in our lifetime);
$5,000 – $10,000
1. Bob Kirtley: $10,000 (by
2. Arnold Bock: $10,000 (by 2012);
3. Porter Stansberry: $10,000 (by 2012);
4. Tom Fischer: $10,000;
5. Shayne McGuire: $10,000;
6. Eric Hommelberg: $10,000;
7. Anonymous: $6,410 – $10,000 (by 2012-2016);
8. David Petch; $6,000 – $10,000;
9. Gerald Celente: $6,000 –
10. Egon von Greyerz: $6,000 – $10,000;
11. Peter Schiff: $5,000 – $10,000 (in 5 to 10
12. Patrick Kerr: $5,000 – $10,000 (by 2011);
13. Peter Millar: $5,000 – $10,000;
14. Roger Wiegand: $5,000 – $10,000;
15. Alf Field: $4,250 – $10,000;
16. Peter George: $3,500 (by 2011-13); $10,000 (by Dec. 2015);
17. Jeff Nielson: $3,000 – $10,000;
18. Dennis van Ek: $9,000 (by 2015);
19. Dominic Frisby: $8,500;
20. James Turk: $8,000 (by 2015);
21. Joseph Russo: $7,000 – $8,000;
22. Michael Rozeff: $2,865 – $7,151;
23. Martin Murenbeeld: $3,100 – $7,000;
24. Jim Willie: $7,000;
25. Dylan Grice: $6,300;
26. Chuck DiFalco: $6,214 (by 2018);
27. Aubie Baltin: $6,200 (by 2017);
28. Murray Sabrin: $6,153;
29. Samuel “Bud” Kress: $6,000 (by 2014);
30. Robert Kientz: $6,000;
31. Harry Schultz: $6,000;
32. Lawrence Hunt: $5,000 – $6,000 (by 2019);
33. Paul Brodsky/Lee Quaintance: $3,000 – $6,000;
34. Martin Hutchinson: $3,100 – $5,700;
35. Jeremy Charlesworth: $5,000+;
36. Przemyslaw Radomski: $5,000+;
1. David Rosenberg:
2. Doug Casey: $5,000;
3. Peter Cooper: $5,000;
4. Robert McEwen: $5,000;
5. Martin Armstrong: $5,000 (by 2016);
6. Peter Krauth: $5,000;
7. Tim Iacono: $5,000 (by 2017);
8. Christopher Wyke: $5,000;
9. Frank Barbera: $5,000;
10. John Lee: $5,000;
11. Barry Dawes: $5,000;
12. Bob Lenzer: $5,000 (by 2015);
13. Steve Betts: $5,000;
14. Stewart Thomson: $5,000;
Up to $5,000
1. Pierre Lassonde: $4,000 –
2. Willem Middelkoop: $4,000 – $5,000;
3. Mary Anne and Pamela Aden: $3,000 – $5,000 (by February 2012);
4. James Dines: $3,000 – $5,000 (in June 2011);
5. Goldrunner: $3,000 – $5,000 (by 2012);
6. Bill Murphy: $3,000 – $5,000;
7. Eric Janszen: $2,500 – $5,000;
8. Larry Edelson: $2,300 – $5,000 (by 2015);
9. Luke Burgess: $2,000 – $5,000;
10. Jeff Nichols: $2,000 – $5,000;
11. Jim Sinclair: $1,650 – $5,000 ($1650 by January 14, 2011 OR $3,000-$5,000 by June 2011);
$3,000 – $4,000
1. Mike Knowles: $4,000;
2. Ian Gordon/Christopher Funston: $4,000;
3. D.P. Baker: $3,000 – $3,750 (by Jan./Feb. 2012);
4. Adam Hamilton: $3,500 (by 2010/11);
5. Christopher Wood: $3,360;
6. Eric Roseman: $3,500+;
7. John Henderson: $3,000+ (by 2015-17);
8. Hans Goetti: $3,000;
9. Michael Yorba: $3,000;
10. David Tice: $3,000 (by 2012);
11. David Urban; $3,000;
12. Mitchell Langbert: $3,000;
13. Brett Arends: $3,000;
14. Ambrose Evans-Pritchard: $3,000;
15. Trader Mark: $3,000 (by mid-2011);
16. John Williams: $3,000;
17. Louise Yamada: $3,000 (by 2016-17);
18. Byron King: $3,000;
19. ThumbCharts.com: $3,000;
20. Bob Chapman: $3,000 (by 2011);
21. Ron Paul: $3,000 (by 2020);
22. Chris Weber: $3,000 (by 2020);
$2,500 – $3,000
1. Ian McAvity: $2,500 – $3,000 (by
2. Graham French: $2,000 – $3,000;
3. Joe Foster: $2,000 – $3,000 (by 2019);
4. Sascha Opel: $2,500+;
5. Rick Rule: $2,500 (by 2013);
6. Daniel Brebner: $2,500;
7. James DiGeorgia: $2,500;
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03-Sep-10 | Comments (0)
Wellington West raised its gold price expectation for 2011 and 2012 to $1,400 per ounce from $1,200 per ounce. Wellington West is a leading Canadian investment advisory firm with over 50 offices and 640 employees.
Original article: September 2, 2010, GoldAlert
01-Sep-10 | Comments (5)
Bloomberg surveyed 29 analysts about expected gold price highs in 2011. The median of the survey was $1,500. Here are selected individual calls for 2011 highs:
- Eugen Weinberg of Commerzbank: $1,400
- Dan Brebner of Deutsche Bank: $1,550
- Thorsten Proettel of Landesbank Baden-Würtenberg: $1,350
- Anne-Laure Tremblay of BNP Paribas: $1,370
- Jochen Hitzfeld of UniCredit: $1,350
Bloomberg also compiled 17 forecasts for the average 2011 gold price, the median estimate being $1,247.50, up 6.2% from a June 2010 compilation.
Read our trading idea associated with this forecast: Bloomberg Gold survey: Take a Chance?
Original article: August 31, 2010, Bloomberg