When we say gold's next move is to a new all-time high of $2,097 per oz, we are talking about the price gold is likely to hit by March 22nd. Over the medium-term, the Gold/NASDAQ Ratio is clearly on its way back to the 22-year average of 0.2862. Based on the NASDAQ's current level of 12,843 this would value gold at $3,675 per oz. Even if the NASDAQ declines by 50% from its all-time high of 16,212 it would still value gold at $2,320 per oz.
By the time gold's new bull cycle ends, the Gold/NASDAQ Ratio is likely to return to its August 2011 high of 0.8066. Assuming the NASDAQ declines by 50% from its all-time high of 16,212, a Gold/NASDAQ Ratio of 0.8066 will value gold at $6,538.30 per oz.
North Peak Resources (TSXV: NPR) or BTLLF on the U.S. OTC has purposely been silent for a month, but it has been actively drilling for over three weeks and will already have the funding in place for a rapid expansion of its drilling program after the upcoming release of initial drilling results. This will allow for a constant stream of non-stop high-grade gold discoveries over a period of many months while gold is simultaneously making its largest bull run in history.
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