Week Of 2/25/2024 Gold Performance

FOREXCOM:XAUUSD   Gold Spot / U.S. Dollar
Never have i ever though id trade Gold so here we are! After analyzing the previous week for Gold, Gold was still in a strong bullish market. With this information, heading into the first day of the week, would be the beginning of a good one!

Gold formed a new higher high indicating a continuation of a strong bullish market, then later retracing to form a higher low, prompting new supply and demand zones. With this retracement, gold formed a descending wedge pattern which is a bullish pattern that is used to catch the trend break of a retracement during a bullish trend. To continue, because the market is bullish, we are only looking to enter in a buy after the trendline break of the descending pattern, and this will be the first round of profits for the week for a profit of 1.5% at a total of 53.7 pips! After the trade, price failed to break past the previous high and retraced back to the higher low. As price failed to break the previous higher low, we can confidently predict, price is in a range market, and because the overall trend is bullish, we can throw another trendline and the starting point of the current retracement, and wait for price to break that trendline to ride it up to our target percentage. Furthermore, this would be our second round of profits for 1.5% at a total of 57.2 pips! Now with a net profit of 3%, coming into Thursday, price broke the supply zone and formed a higher high! After that, price started to retrace a bit and once it formed a second point of data, we are able to throw in another trendline which ended up breaking early morning for our third round of profits at 1.5% for a total of 109.8 pips!

All in all, we ended the week with 4.5% gain on the account and no losses! Consistency is the key to trading. even though the travel of price was different with each trade especially on friday, your target should always be 1.5-2% of your total account size. your lot size will vary depending on the setup and how far your target loss is. You do not have to take the full move of a break. You only need a piece of it!

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