Gold Price Doubling in the Next 2.5 Years
A closer look at how and why gold prices could double within the next two and a half years reveals interesting insights from historical patterns and market performance.
Gold's Measured Upside and Log Targets
Gold's measured upside target is estimated at $3000, with log targets ranging from $3,745 to $4,080, depending on the calculation method. These targets may seem extreme but align with gold's performance during secular bull markets.
Gold's Performance in Past Bull Markets
In the 2000-2011 bull market, gold achieved 130% to 140% in three years at two different points. Using the 2022 weekly low of $1645 and applying a 140% gain over three years, we can predict a gold price of $3948 in October 2025.
Upside Potential of Multi-Decade Breakouts
Breaking out from a 12-year cup and handle pattern to new all-time highs could offer even greater upside potential for gold, as evidenced by the performance of other markets following similar breakouts.
Comparing Gold's Breakout to Other Assets
While gold's impending breakout might not be the best comparison, as a cup and handle pattern differ from a breakout from a range, silver would be a better comparison to discuss in a future article.
Gold's Possible Price Surge in 2026 or 2027
If gold follows similar patterns as other assets, it could reach a price of nearly $5000 in 2026 or 2027, a significant increase from the current predictions.
Gold's Path Towards $5000 by 2026
With multiple indicators pointing toward a $4000 gold price in 2025, it is worth considering the possibility of gold moving toward $5000 before the end of 2026.
An Exciting and Profitable Future for Gold
As we enter the early stages of this new era for gold, investors can look forward to an exciting and massively profitable few years ahead.