We urged for gold’s resurgence on 8th (i.e exactly a week ago), that is when you could spot out a pattern candle at 1243.54 levels.
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Well, for now, the yellow metal hits 22months highs at 1313.37 levels, dropping back to halt at the current 1303.46 levels.
While the current prices have maintained still well above DMAs to signal a more environment.
Especially after last night, FOMC members’ dovish hints on deferral of speculated rate hikes, this precious metal has been very susceptible to moves in U.S. interest rates.
has been clearly converging to the prevailing rallies ever since it has dropped and tested supports at 1200 levels, no deviation at all, currently approaching overbought zones but no signals to harm in buying sentiments.
curves have reached overbought territory on daily but no clear %D crossover.
Usually, a gradual path to higher rates is seen as less of a threat to gold prices than a swift series of increases.
On a broader perspective the precious metal has broken 17-months today (at 1294.41) (see monthly charts).
Leading oscillators on monthly plotting have been conducive to these sentiments, after the breach of resistance at 1294.50.
MACD’s after long-lasting halt in trajectory has signalled trend reversal likely to prolong
To conclude, “Never buck the trend” is what we could advocate to be precise.
In a medium term perspective traders, the previous long positions in the gold's mid-month can be maintained further for an unlimited return and fresh long build ups can also be initiated on every dip that could be entered to profit from a rise in the price of the underlying precious metal ahead of uncertain Brexit events the investors consider this commodity space as safe haven for investments.