Analysts have suggested that gold prices could forge ahead to $4,000 per ounce in the next three years, but factors such as the development of a coronavirus vaccine and the November US elections could change the fortunes of the precious metal. This year has already seen gold prices shoot to record highs not seen since September 2011 as investors fled to “safe haven” assets with prices last week surging to above $2,000 per ounce for the first time. This, Managing Director at Simonis Storm Securities, Bruce Hansen, says, can be a good thing for Namibia.