Gold Trend 11/08

Gold was once again rejected by 1800 yesterday. The day began at 1794; the price has consolidation toward the day-low near 1794 before the buying picked up again. The price has reached the day-high near 1807 after the US released its inflation figures, however, buying failed to carry on. The day eventually ended at 1791, down slightly by USD 3.



The upward momentum has slowed down in the past 48 hours, and the resistance above 1800 is still relatively strong. Early in the Asian session today, gold left the uptrend channel(1) in the 1-hour chart, officially ending the uptrend that originated on July 21st from 1680. Until the next trend is formed, expect the price to trade in the 1773-1800 range-bound.


Meanwhile, gold has escaped the daily chart’s downtrend channel(5). Entering a period of range-bound or consolidation, the buying around 1780-87 still supports the market. In the next two trading days, it will be the first sign of the price turning downward if the price close below 1780 on the daily chart.



S-T Resistances:

1800

1795
1790


Market price: 1788

S-T Supports:

1780

1770-73
1765



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