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While pandemic-related drivers were responsible for much of gold’s movement in 2020, we expect many of the other drivers that helped to propel gold in 2020 to continue in 2021.
Gold is inextricably linked to festive events. Whether it's the jewels at an Indian wedding, the golden watch at a farewell after many years of loyal service or the peak on your Christmas tree. Gold is everywhere. Gold is timeless.
Positive news about COVID vaccines created euphoria in the stock market, causing gold to fall through the $1,800 per ounce level, but risks remain that we believe can drive gold to new highs.
While jewelry and central bank demands have decreased, the gold price continued to gain, demonstrating that gold ETPs and bar and coin demand are the best physical gauges of price trends.
A stronger U.S. dollar exerts pressure on gold prices in September. Recent sector de-ratings notwithstanding, we believe gold miners can continue their successful year.