by Mark O’Byrne
Rising macroeconomic risks, low real interest rates, and a decline in the dollar versus emerging market currencies are major price catalysts for gold.
Since hitting its high of over $1,900 an ounce in 2011 after a 12 year bull run, gold fell steadily until 2015 when it reached a low near $1,000. However, this year alone we have seen a 25% increase in the yellow metal. It hit a high of $1,370 pre-Brexit and while this new bull run seems to be currently taking a breather, many analysts feel that there is still plenty of steam left in this rally.
[…] An article in Forbes today cites continued stimulus measures by Central Banks and the current under-bought nature of gold as being indicative of a prolonged rally to come for gold.