Gold Prices: ICBC’s New Prediction

Amid all the negativity, some are now calling the bottom in gold.  The latest is Marcus Garvey of ICBC Standard Bank Plc, who sees gold prices rising back up to 1300 over the next 6 months.  

Calling this the bottom of the current cycle and seeing increasing demand factors, Mr Garvey believes there is more upside than downside at the present time.  He did, of course, leave open the possiblity for a dip below 1200 “if the current market dynamics persist”, which agrees with the view of your friendly Gold Enthusiast. Sadly the full interview isn’t online, but we can point you to a discussion of it that gives a few more viewpoints.  

Today’s featured article may be brief but it is informative!  Do you think gold will climb back to 1300 over the next 6 months?  Let us know in the Comments below.

 Related: Where is Gold Headed Now? Here’s What the Experts Think. 

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    • Yes indeed, you got that right. Don’t you love these things? Of course what he’s trying to say is that he thinks it more likely that gold will go up. But dang it, sometimes it’s hard to just say something simply. Thanks for noticing the nice little “gotcha” we tried to subtly point out.