Gold has been on the rise since the beginning of this year on multiple global factors which may continue to support the uptrend in the remainder of the year. Gold saw a ‘V’ shaped recovery from its low and yet again another similar pattern has formed after the profit taking the metal saw after hitting a high of $1263 in the past weeks.
On the chart-
# Gold is trading near highs of the trading range which has a top of $1280 (A) and a bottom of $1208 (B). The high of $1280 (A) is also confirmed by intersection of the ray lines indicating the metal may find a fair resistance at those levels.
# Gold is still upbeat regardless of significant up-moves in dollar index which generally is seen as a negative.
# Gold had formed a floor at $1200 thus making it a good support for the metal, this can now be shifted to $1208 (B) which is the lower end of the trading range.
# Another point of interest for the metal is the $1218 (C) which should now act as a reasonable support as it is a very crucial level which if taken out may signal a bearish tone if the metal fails to garner support of investors near the lower end of the range.
# A massive support for the metal is seen at $1182 (D) which could be revisited if all the supports and fundamentals are broken. A point of interest for the Bears which if fails to hold we might see the metal falling to the lows of $1136. Chances of such a move is very slim but nothing must be fully ruled out.
# Possible Trades-
Positional trades can be buying the metal in the range $1235-$1252 for possible targets of $1280 & $1305 and even higher with a stop loss at $1217 for mid/long term.
If the metal breaks the $1268 on the upside, it can still be bought for the above mentioned targets with a stop loss at $1244.
For positions held from $1218 stop loss should be at $1200
Metal is in a bull run and shorting it for positional returns is not suggested due to low risk-reward and prices tend to move higher after a brief correction in this type of market unless there is any event which might shake the charts for a different outlook altogether.
Gold added another $14.5 to close at $1243 for week as the dollar index continued to slump due to political issues mainly generated by America. The incremental gains where quite sharp at the start of the week and led to a breakout in the chart (Gold breaks the trading range), but was slowed down as the higher price was continuously rejected and metal witnessed selloff from the highs of $1253 to close at $1243. On the other hand prices took support at $1241 levels and bounced back in intraday trades suggesting a “push-pull” situation where a conclusive move was missing.
On the chart-
Gold surged ahead in the trading range creating more bullish momentum. The metal was poised for a big upmove since it had broken the trading range in the first half of the week but the momentum subsided in the later half of the week due to selling/shorting seen at higher levels sending the price to close fairly lower when compared to highs it hit in the week. Still gold remains in the upside as it moved higher into the trading range.
Gold is still broadly in bullish grip and is trading well into the range which has a high of $1295 (D) and a low of $1218 (B). The prices are expected to move higher towards $1278 (A) which may be a fair resistance on the chart confirmed by intersecting bullish-bearish ray lines with an outside chance to go even higher towards the $1295 (D) mark if the global sentiments boosts gold prices. Whereas Friday’s bar was bit bearish among the bars created in the whole week but was still showing positive signs as the price took support at $1240 (C) confirmed by intersecting ray-lines which may now act as a short-term support on closing basis. But a breach may result in more downside towards $1218 (B) which is a good support on the chart and this “mark should hold” to keep the bulls in the game.
On larger terms, Gold still remains bullish with the prices expected to go higher with initial targets of $1254 and $1268 for short/medium term and a long term target of $1305. While on the downside the price may test $1218 if $1240 is broken conclusively but the chances are slim for such a move.
Positional trade still remains same, Gold can be bought for possible target of $1254 and $1268 and even higher towards $13o5 which is a key resistance on the chart with a stop loss placed at $1217.
For positions held from $1218 stop loss should be at $1200.
Gold is trading at 3 week highs on account of the slump in dollar index caused by a Dovish U.S Fed interest rate event last week. Gold has gained $50 dollars since then and is still adding on incremental gains. A weakening equity market is also helping the metal to rise as investors are flocking towards safe haven thus increasing the demand for the Gold.
Gold had been in a trading range from past 13 days which has a high of $1248 (A) and a low of $1205 (B). Gold broke this range yesterday when it closed at $1246.1 (shown in the daily chart below), this indicates more upside in the metal as it is looking even more bullish. A close above the level of $1245 itself is striking a positive note as it was a resistance on the chart (showed in Gold’s weekly outlook: March 20-24 ).
This breakout strengthens the sentiment and new highs are possibly on the cards.
Positional trade remains the same, gold can be bought for a possible target of $1268 and even higher towards $13o5 which is a key resistance on the chart with a stop loss now placed at $1217.
For positions held from $1218 stop loss should be at $1200.
Gold soared above $1220 levels last week as Fed struck a dovish tone after increasing the interest rate by quarter of a percentage point. Gold rose from the lows of $1196 which was a strong support for the metal to weekly high of $1231.4 before settling at $1229.8. This weekly close above the resistance of $1229 is regarded as very positive and incremental gains are possibly on the cards. The immediate upward movement of gold after the rate hike showed investor confidence over this safe haven which was missing from past weeks where the metal tumbled from highs of $1263 to a low of $1196.2. With Fed event out of the way the metal is poised to create new highs in coming days/weeks as global uncertainty never seems to subside.
On the chart-
Gold broke the trading range which it had entered in the week before which had raised the eyebrows over a possible breakdown of the yellow metal. Gold shot up in later half of the week closing above the resistance of $1229.
This move created a triangle formation on the chart with gold now having a support at $1224 (B) as suggested by intersection of ray lines, this support could be stronger than the $1220 mark. A positive closing indicates bullishness in the gold prices and confirms the 2nd leg of upward move in the metal has started as predicted in Gold’s weekly outlook: March 13-17. Gold prices are expected to hit the high of $1305 (A) where the metal might take a breather and consolidate before moving higher as it is a crucial level and a very good resistance on the chart. Such a move in the prices have created a downside protection at $1200 (C) confirmed by intersecting ray lines which will act as a good support and any violation may result in a breakdown towards $1196 then $1182, chances of such a move is very slim but cannot be fully ruled out.
On larger terms, technically gold remains in the bullish grip with the prices expected to move higher with the initial targets of $1245 and $1268 for short/medium term and a longer term target at $1305 in coming days/weeks, Gold now has a downside protection at $1200 and any conclusive breakdown may result in a price movement towards $1196 and $1182 levels.
Gold posted negative returns for the 2nd straight week falling from the highs of $1263 to close at $1203.95 for the week. Gold had dropped below the psychological $1200 level on Friday but rebounded after testing its support at $1196. Such a fall in yellow metal is accredited to U.S Fed’s interest rate decision due on 15th March. Fears over a near certainty of a rate hike pushed the dollar index higher and the gold grind-ed lower as investors flocked to less risky asset class.
On weekly chart-
Gold broke multiple supports and even threatened to crush the long term support of $1196 in the last week but managed to close over $1200 which possibly can be taken as a positive sign after 2 weeks of heavy selling.
A bullish bar created on Friday is interesting as it suggests that the selling might have been curbed and low level buying interest could have reinvigorated. On the chart a bullish-bearish ray line intersection at $1196 (B) gives additional pillar of support at that price level. Whereas a high of the bullish ray line at $1208 (A) strengthens the fact that it may continue to act as a resistance until it is not taken out conclusively, there is quite a chance that this price point may not be crossed in this week due to an important event lined up which directly has an impact on gold. Though a decision outcome which may favor gold bulls can push the prices back above $1218 mark which will be extremely positive and regarded as a 2nd leg of up-move to have started. On the flip side gold has a huge support at $1168 (C) and a test cannot be ruled out as any hawkish stance/statement might trigger a knee jerk reaction and the price can fall off the cliff which definitely will be regarded as a bearish outlook if it sustains.
On larger terms, this week is loaded with big price moving event and volatile swings are expected. Though Gold seems to have found its feet suggested by the Friday’s price movement, large moves on either side can happen even though the rate hike is mostly factored in the price. Technically gold looks bullish with prices expected to go higher in coming days/weeks with the initial targets of $1208 and $1229 and a longer term target at $1268. On the lower side $1196 seems to support the yellow metal which if broken can lead to $1182 and finally $1168.
Do you think gold has broken off ? Think twice as the chart indicates a massive bull run ahead.
Gold fell on consolidation/profit-taking in the last week from the high of $1263 to settle at $1225.5 after gaining consecutively for 4 weeks. Gold slumped after completing the target of $1262 which generally happens when a term target is met followed by unwinding of long positions. This week gold started positively but was blocked by the resistance from where it saw a downward trend.
On weekly charts-
Gold snapped out of the trading range resulting in incremental selling pushing the prices lower towards the sub $1220 levels. Gold broke the support of $1229 (B) on the closing basis which now is acting as a short term resistance. On the chart, $1218-$1220 (C) is seen as a good support confirmed by intersecting ray lines where the price might find its feet and this price point offers a good re-entry into the metal for the initial target of $1238 as it is a fairly good resistance and even higher. On the flip side gold has a big support at $1208 (A) which if taken out might trigger a sell-off towards $1198.
On larger terms, gold is into a consolidation phase with a support at $1218 which can be used to re-enter and build fresh long positions with a trading stop loss at $1208 for the targets of $1238 and $1248 in short/medium term and $1268 for a longer term for the coming days/weeks.