Gold trend 28/12

Gold cleared the key resistance level of 2050(1) last Friday, triggering a new round of buying and retesting the high @ 2070. However, the price quickly retreated before the market closed. The session ended at 2052, above the key level of 2050 before the holiday weekend.

1-hour chart – After breaking through the level of 2050(1) last week, the upward trend in gold has accelerated, transitioning from a relatively stable upward channel(2) to a faster pace in (2.1). In order for gold to sustain the current upward trend, the price must surpass the key 2070 resistance in the next 24 hours; otherwise, the price may escape from the upward(2.1) trend and enter a sideways pattern between 2050-70(3). Let’s patiently wait for signals to appear, as capturing the trend should not be too difficult.

Daily chart – The selling pressure(4) built up by the rejection of 2070 before the holiday has been absorbed by yesterday’s buying orders, as indicated by the high closing prices (4.1) above 2060. A signal of a market top has yet to appear, so the upward movement should continue to dominate the daily chart. However, expect strong resistance at 2070-72, it’s better not to be too aggressive until it clears this resistance.

S-T ressitance 3

2080

S-T ressitance 2

2075

S-T ressitance 1

2070-72

Market price

2064

S-T support 1

2060

S-T support 2

2055

S-T support 3

2050

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