Gold Trend 18/05

Gold pulled back from the 250 days MA yesterday. The day began at 1824; overall, the price traded between 1822-30 throughout the Asian/European sessions. Until the trading entered the US session, the price spiked to the day-high 1836, then the fall began. It dropped to the day-low at 1812, with the day ending at 1814, down by USD 9.


Gold has finally escaped the downward trendline(1), officially ending the downtrend that originated from 1909. Expect the S-T trend to transform horizontally to an 1800-30 range-bound on the 1-hour chart until the next breakout.


The buying momentum is not strong enough to push the price over the 250 days MA on the daily chart ; gold is still maintaining its path within the downtrend channel (6). On the daiy chart, the closing price cannot close below 1810 so far. Pay close attention…where it will be a sign of the price heading toward a new low if the daily closing price ends below 1810(7) in the next few trading days.



S-T Resistances:

1830

1825

1820

Market price: 1810

S-T Supports:

1805

1800

1795-93


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