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Wednesday
Jul112012

CHART OF THE DAY: How Gold Could Surge To $8,300 By 2015

 

You may have heard of the "Pareto principle" – it's often referred to as the "80-20 rule." The idea is that 80 percent of the effects of something come from just 20 percent of the causes – so maybe 80 percent of people control 20 percent of the wealth, or 80 percent of sales come from 20 percent of your customers - Business Insider.

Zero Hedge posted a new report by Erste Group, the Austrian investment bank, which says this principle can be applied to bull markets as well, including the current bull market in gold:

80% of the price performance tends to occur in the last 20% of the trend. The third and last phase is the phase of euphoria and ends in a “blow-off”, i.e. a parabolic increase. It is dominated by excessive optimism and a “this time it’s different” attitude. Gold would probably be increasingly traded in backwardation during this phase, which would be a clear sign of a buying frenzy. At the end of this cycle the smart money will have distributed.

Erste analyst Ronald-Peter Stoeferle says that following this line of thinking, you get an $8,300 price target for gold by the spring of 2015:

Applying the Pareto principle to the current gold price, we find a theoretical price target of USD 8,300. If we were to assume that the last trend phase were to start in August 2012 at USD 1,600 and the bull market had begun in August 2001, the parabolic phase would last 29 more months and thus end in spring 2015. The price target according to the 80/20 principle is therefore USD 8,300.

And for visual effect see the top chart below.

The bottom chart shows the gold bull market of the 1970s, wherein the Pareto principle seems to apply:

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