• Gold bulls taking on monthly and weekly resistance.
  • $1,850s are on the cards for the sessions ahead in the coming days. 

As per the prior week's analysis, Chart of the Week: Gold price reaches a wall of resistance, the price of gold did indeed melt from a wall of resistance prior to attempting to move higher.

Prior analysis, weekly and daily charts

'The weekly chart shows that the impulse has made a -272% Fibonacci retracement of the prior bullish impulse as it takes on resistance.'

'Meanwhile, there is scope for a deeper retracement on the daily chart to test the 38.2% Fibo of the prior daily impulse...'

Live market analysis

The following is a top-down analysis of the live market that illustrates the prospect of a daily bullish continuation for the forthcoming days.

Monthly chart

While there are probabilities of a downside continuation on the monthly chart, there is room to go on the upside before a fuller test of the 61.8% Fibonacci level.

Weekly chart

The price is strongly bullish on the weekly chart, but again there are prospects of a downside correction, albeit with room to the upside to test deeper into resistance.

Daily chart

From a daily perspective, the bulls are taking on the prior highs and closed Friday's session strongly bid.

A run into the psychological $1,850 is on the cards with a -272% Fibo retracement of the prior correction coming in at $1,855.

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