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Gold Prices Remain at Risk of Further Declines

Gold Prices Remain at Risk of Further Declines

David Rodriguez, Head of Product
Gold Prices Remain at Risk of Further Declines

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GOLD Consistent crowd buying has left us steadily in favor of Gold price declines, and indeed a contrarian view of retail trader sentiment calls for further losses.

Trade Implications GOLDRetail FX traders turned net-long gold as it turned sharply lower through early March. Our Senior Strategist notes the precious metal may have set an important low through a cyclical turn window. Yet it would take an important shift in retail FX trader sentiment as well as trading above the April high of $1331 to materially change our trading forecast.

See next currency section: AUDUSD - Australian Dollar Downtrend Intact, We Like Selling

--- Written by David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist for DailyFX.com

Gold Prices Remain at Risk of Further Declines

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