Gold prices have shown resilience, rising 3% to $2,391 per ounce amid recent crypto market declines.

Analysts from Heraeus predict continued strength for gold, buoyed by expectations of a second Trump presidency.

They suggest Trump's economic policies could drive global investors towards gold, citing potential trade conflicts and challenges to Federal Reserve independence.

Despite uncertainties in the global economic landscape, gold has hit a lifetime high of $2,450 per ounce and gained 17% in the last six months.

Analysts at Bank of America even foresee gold reaching $3,000 per ounce within the next 18 months, underlining optimism amid complex market dynamics.