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Gold pushed higher this morning and currently at 1311 a resistance level from a previous high, next level higher is 1324.

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A new target level  :)   here's that channel

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1 minute ago, elle said:

A new target level  :)

yes, subject to instant abandonment should subsequent events prove detrimental to any attempt at forecasting 🙂

Though if oil and equities continue down it would seem a reasonable short term goal for gold. 

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@elle and casey thanks for the charts. The gap up looks great specially on the volume increase.

Could be an impulsive wave. Believe you are on the money on this.

 Middle East is hotting up that is the key lever up with oil price. Otherwise think we have large up move finally over next 6 months for gold and down for oil.

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11 hours ago, elle said:

A new target level  :)   here's that channel

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1324   -   Done ! 

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Gold is trying to break clear of  the 1324 resistance this morning, if so the next level ahead is the big monthly chart resistance at 1346.

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Gold unable to continue on and looks to consolidate around 1324.

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On ‎03‎/‎06‎/‎2019 at 07:57, elle said:

A new target level  :)   here's that channel

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& here it is again  :)

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Gold pushing on to the monthly chart resistance level 1346, currently 1342.

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from twitter

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4 hours ago, elle said:

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That chart ... :D

Did someone's five year old kid doodle all over it?  :D

I've no idea how any human being can find all those squiggles useful ... in the heat of the moment won't they just be a confused tangle?

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That's a massive rejection at 1342 (monthly chart resistance purple) and reversal back down to 1324 (weekly chart resistance red), clearly no doubt where the biggest money is standing, not too many will be willing to take that on again in a hurry, expect some consolidation while peeps catch their breath.

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Looks like gold is having another go at 1346 having retested 1324. Daily chart;

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Would veer towards a pullback as you said.

If it hangs around here we could get gap higher catching longs waiting for historic resistance level to break, out.

As the market is bouncing it likely falls back.  Feels like this is though the start of a breakout period.

What is the  catalyst going to be? G20, Tariffs, liquidity squeezes, Europe, Middle East.

Powell saying QE is on the cards possibly also augers well.

Long term Gold is looking very good and choppy as usual.

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still looking good

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Quote taken from the SB fools thread this morning on the gold chart posted there,  " ... there was a pull back which stoch signalled the start of by dropping out of overbought but it's now in over sold so you should be looking for a long entry as stoch pops up out of oversold and heads back up."

Got that pop up last hour. H1 chart;

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Gold drops back down towards 1324, currently at 1327. H4 chart;

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Wont be bullish on gold till it breaks out of $1350 ceiling. A concerted break above 1350 is a strong bullish indicator. Anything less is flirtation/divergence and gold will settle back down below 1300. A  firm breakout above 1350 then the upside is $1500+.

That's my trigger anyway.

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Gold tried to rally up off 1324 but price has broken through, next support down is around 1320.

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Big rally up for gold overnight, now looking at having another attempt at the monthly chart resistance level 1346 (purple), currently 1332.

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Gold currently capped by 1338 and can't seem to break out, will need to check support before too long.

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Gold moved up overnight to tag the monthly chart resistance level 1346 and since pulled back slightly.

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As in the post above you need to be checking the monthly chart for gold. To zoom in on the chart below, gold has been uptrending since last October with a retrace in Feb, Mar, Apr, before continuing up. The important point is the blue down trend line was touched to the tick before pulling back on Friday, it looks a bit ragged on the chart but is actually auto drawn based of fractals. With three previous touches that is the line everyone will be watching with much anticipation going forward. 

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On ‎06‎/‎06‎/‎2019 at 18:40, elle said:

still looking good

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looking great   "BOOM" !

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Just looking at the zoomed out weekly Gold chart to see Gold has cleared out all resistance levels going right back to 2014 and if can sit above 1370 should encourage strong support.

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