SINGAPORE: Spot gold looks neutral in a narrow range of $1,412-$1,427 per ounce, and an escape could suggest a direction
SINGAPORE: Spot gold looks neutral in a narrow range of $1,412-$1,427 per ounce, and an escape could suggest a direction.
The range is formed by the 14.6% and the 23.6% projection levels of an uptrend form $1,265.85, which ended at the June 25 high of $1,438.63.
A break above $1,427 could signal the progress of an upward wave iii towards $1,452, while a break below $1,412 could open the way towards $1,386.49.
The rise from $1,386.49 could be broken down into three waves, which could be making a bigger wave 5. Based on this wave count, gold is likely to rise to $1,452.
However, sometimes, the fifth wave consists of only three smaller waves. The wave 5 may have peaked around $1,452 as well. A further development of the chart is needed to evaluate the next move.
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** Wang Tao is a Reuters market analyst for commodities and energy technicals. The views expressed are his own.
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