The latest one has been webbed by Fortune magazine, and it reiterates the same price that old-style analysts have come up with. Ignoring investment demand, gold should be at $800/oz right now; that's what the traditional supply and demand analysis ends up with. The article concedes that investment demand could hold gold well above that level "indefinitely,"but suggests that global recovery will encourage enough gold holders to get rid of their gold to make investment demand ephemeral again.
So, as of now, there's little belief in a "New Era" for gold in the mainstream press. The author has a point when he notes than many incipient bubbles fail to get off the ground.
I note, though, that gold has not been at $800 since the troubles of 2008. The last time it settled at that price, absent a crisis, was at the end of 2007.