The price remains bound in a narrow range between the 50 DMA at the top, currently at 1313, and the 100 DMA at the bottom, currently at 1290.
The Elliot Wave picture is still unclear, with the narrowing range suggesting a "triangle" pattern is forming - this is rather unusual in the position it is forming.
The S&P hit all time highs yesterday, breaking through stubborn resistance at 1885-1895 which should now see a continuation of the rally. The dollar is trading around 80 after rallying sharply last week from key support at 79.
Support can be found at 1285-1287, 1277, 1273, 1267, 1250-1255, 1237-1240, 1220-1225, 1210, 1200 and 1180. A break of 1180 would have serious bearish implications for gold and suggest a decline to 1000-1050 in the short term, though this now looks unlikely unless we break below 1250.
Resistance can be found at 1296-1298, 1304-1307, 1314-1315, 1319-1322, 1330-1332, 1340-1342, 1352-1354, 1392-1395, 1400, 1420 and 1435. The impulsive breakout above the first down trend line on the weekly chart suggests an end to the intermediate term down trend, however the 65 week MA must be broken before a significant rally can develop.
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