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Gold Trend 10/01

Considering it was a non-farm night, the gold price was relatively stable last Friday. The market opened near 1791. Throughout the Aaisan and European session, the price has fluctuated in a USD 7 range between 1785-92. At the US session opening, the price touched a 2 week low near 1782 then rebounded. The day ended up at 1796, up slightly by USD 5.

The market doesn't seem to have a direction at the moment. The buying orders placed at 1785-87 are currently supporting the price in S-T. As time goes by, the triangle structure(3) is continuing to narrow down the price range. Expect the price to respect the pattern in the next 48-72 hours and 1785-92 should be the S-T range for today.

The price has touched 1787 for 2 consecutive days, however, the selling is not strong enough to keep the price below 1790 before the day's end. An S-T bottom out signal(4) has been formed on the daily chart. Unless the price can close below 1791(5), otherwise a S-T rebound will begin, target at 1800 or higher.

S-T Resistances:
1806
1800-1797
1795

Market price: 1793

S-T Supports:
1790
1785
1780


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