Gold Trend 20/09

Gold was steady yesterday near the 2-years low yesterday. The market opens at 1657 back from the weekend. The price was rejected by the key resistance 1680 early in the Asian session, and the price kept moving lower toward the day-low near 1659 until the US session turned active. The day ended up closing at 1675, unchanged from the trading day before.



The downtrend originated from 1730 last Tuesday has completed after gold cleared the resistance from trendline(1) last Friday, and it is now officially bounded by the range 1650-90(3). A triangle pattern(2) has been formed in the past 48 hours while the market is now waiting for the announcement from US Fed. Meeting.



The gold price failed to move below 1650 after it cleared the critical support of 1680. A structural bottom is forming on the daily chart as the buying support below 1665(4) has been strong in the past 48 hours. The US Fed. The meeting will be the turning point; if the price fails to go below 1650 after the US Fed. announcement, the structural bottom will form. After the price clears the 1680 resistance, the upside target can be around 1730.



S-T Resistances:

1697-1700

1687-90
1680


Market price: 1673

S-T Supports:

1670

1660
1650-52



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