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Gold moved higher at the beginning of this week and tried to retest the 1255 (R1) without any success. The yellow metal moved slightly below that barrier and moved lower, currently trading slightly below the descending trend line as you can see on the provided 4-hour chart. The bulls face a major hurdle to break above 1255 (R1), a strong technical level as the price it appears that has run out momentum and the bears will take advantage of this in order to break below the psychological level of 1210 (S1) moving the price further down towards the 1200 (S2) level.

Gold remains below the ascending downtrend line while the 50-period moving average lies below the 200-period moving average with the ADX also moving above its 25 line, confirming that the downtrend is still in effect.



Thursday, 05 December 2013 06:41

WTI back to positive ground

Published in Commodites & Metals

WTI rose nearly $4 in a matter of hours and reached a high of 97.56 before easing slightly towards the 96.00 area. Technically, the strong upward momentum remains intact as the price has created a strong upward reaction during yesterday’s session that could lead to further short-term gains, particularly if it succeeded to maintain price above the 95.61 (S1) support level. The MACD oscillator favors further acceleration since its lies above its zero zone and also above its trigger line.  


Wednesday, 04 December 2013 07:57

WTI - Profit locked at 95.64!

Published in Commodites & Metals

The West Texas Intermediate (WTI) gained an upward momentum during yesterday’s trading session as it managed to break above the descending trend line as I mentioned in yesterday’s analysis.

A violation of that ceiling should have larger bullish implications and is likely to direct the action towards the first resistance at 95.64” (...

 WTI – We are seeing a bit of recovery in the WTI in early European session, following an aggressive sell of yesterday as seen on the provided chart. The price has been moving in a short-term downtrend since the 28th of August and at the time of writing the price is testing once again the downtrend line.  A violation of that ceiling should have larger bullish implications and

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The yellow metal also benefiting from the recent weakness in the dollar, it found a strong buyers during the Friday’s session and it has run into a significant resistance level above the descending trend line as you can see on the provided chart.  Also just below the 1255 (R1), today’s first resistance, we have the 50-day SMA which the price managed to close above it successfully. If we fail

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Friday, 08 November 2013 22:50

Gold in free fall to...

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After a doomed to failure attempt toovercome the

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