Gold swing trades – week of Oct. 24, 2016

Last week


Gold futures prices, week ending Oct. 21, 2016

Gold broke its small wedge pattern on the daily chart last week. It mainly tried to pop up to test its overhead resistance line (20EMA). Even though the resistance line rejected GOLD, at the end of week, it still managed to gain 12.20 points for the weekly closing.

Last week’s trades

161021-gold-60aA good “average” week for Nat’s gold traders.

The price broke above her pivot level ($1256) on Monday and quickly moved up her key lone ($1265) on Tuesday.

Some members took profits at that level, for a gain of about $9, worth about $900 per contract.

But others who stayed in the trade until her second resistance level ($1275) was touched on Thursday were rewarded with a $19 move, worth $1,900 per contract.

It was not the best week her trades have recorded, but still a nice profit for a very simple and well-defined trade.

This week

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Gold futures, Oct. 21, 2016. Daly chart.

All eyes will focus on Friday’s GDP report. But last week the CCI report showed a sign of inflation, which could put some downward pressure on the price. The Presidential election campaign is grinding on. Gold many not care who wins the election, but it will respond to the global macro-economic situation, which is affected by the election results.

In technical terms, Gold is in short-term bounce process arising from a short-term oversold condition. The daily 20EMA line is the current resistance line. As long as it holds GOLD down, a sideways range from $1250 to $1275 should be expected first for this week.

Later if Gold breaks above $1278.50 line, the price could be pushed up to $1289-90.50 or higher $1300-1295 if there is a strong momentum push.

A failure to break through $1278.50 could lead GOLD back down to retest last week’s low area $1255-55.50 again or lower toward $1235-38 zone if GOLD breaks below $1243 level to create a shakeout move.

A bunch of Fed members will give speeches on Monday. As long as $1250 level holds GOLD up through those guys speaking, GOLD price could stay above it until Wednesday or early Thursday to anticipate the coming GDP report.

Based on the daily chart, there is a potential H&S pattern, with the right shoulder’s top lying near $1305-1310. If daily PMO indicator doesn’t cross its signal line to give a buy signal this week, one more push down should still be expected in the coming weeks.


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