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Gold Price Testing Support as Merging Trendlines Hint at a Breakout

Gold Price Testing Support as Merging Trendlines Hint at a Breakout

2019-10-23 11:30:00
Nick Cawley, Analyst
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Gold Price Forecast, Analysis and Charts:

  • Old highs provide short-term resistance.
  • Gold range constricted and needs a break.

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Supportive Gold Trendline Holding for Now

Gold is nudging higher Wednesday and continues to respect the support trendline started off the October 1 multi-week low at $1,458.5/oz. The precious metal has repeatedly tested this supportover the last two weeks but to date has not made a clean break and close below.

Gold Price Nears Breakout as Trendlines Continue to Merge – October 18

Gold is now running into a group of recent highs, all below $1,500/oz. as well as the 20-day moving average. Above here, the downtrend line off the September 4 multi-year high ($1,557/oz.) and the 50-day moving average meet at $1,504.5/oz. A break and close above here would open the way higher to $1,520/oz. The bullish pennant set-up is now around $20 from forming an apex, with a break expected shortly.

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Gold Price Chart (March – October 23, 2019)

Gold Price Testing Support as Merging Trendlines Hint at a Breakout

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US Dollar Running Into 200-Day Resistance

The recent pick-up in the US dollar basket (DXY) off its three-month low is now running into resistance in the form of the 200-day moving average. A break and close above should open the way for the US dollar to retrace recent losses back to the 97.75 area. A stronger USD normally pushes gold lower.

US Dollar Basket (DXY) Daily Price Chart (February – October 23, 2019)

Gold Price Testing Support as Merging Trendlines Hint at a Breakout

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