Gold Pulls Back after False Move but Remains above Pivot
Prepared by Jamie Saettele, CMT
No change: “A previously rare occurrence has popped up 3 times since June. That is, gold has traded in a double inside day AFTER an outside day. Before June, one had to look back to 2009 to find this pattern. The pattern is a function of volatility contraction and the plethora of orders on each side of the narrow range is conducive to false breaks. One can envision a spike to a new high (above 1790.55 and maybe 1802.80) following Fed minutes tomorrow before gold reverses and declines sharply.” Gold rallied to a new and has pulled back in order to satisfy the ‘false break’. Still, 1763.25 defines the trend (above is bullish and below is bearish).
LEVELS: 1736.05 1750.90 1763.25 1791.49 1802.80 1819.05
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