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Gold Trend 19/04

Gold pulled back from the 4-weeks high yesterday. The price broke out from last Friday's high 1981(1) early in the Asian session and triggered a new round of S-T buying, pushing the price to the day-high of 1998 at the US session opening. But the day ended at 1978, below the resistance of 1980, up slightly by USD 6.

The buying above 1980 is not strong enough to keep the gold price above 1980 for closing yesterday. The uptrend from 1941 is now coming to an end while the price has crossed the support of trendline(2) in the Asian session today. Selling may start to come into the market in S-T, expect the price to touch again 1960 the bottom of the range(3) within the day.

Yesterday's pull-back has created a reversal signal(4) on the daily chart. Once the price goes below 1970, it will visit again 1960 or lower.

S-T Resistances:
1990
1980
1974-76

Market price: 1975

S-T Supports:
1970
1965
1960


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