• Gold Price Analysis: Record highs in sight while above $1861 – Confluence Detector

    The corrective slide in Gold lost legs near $1845 region on Wednesday, prompting the bulls to fight back control and reach fresh nine-year highs of $1876.66 early Thursday.  Gold is off the multi-year high, with the earlier $1861 cap now turned into critical support back in play.

    The Technical Confluences Indicator shows that the yellow metal is challenging minor support at $1865 on a quick retracement from fresh multi-year highs. That level is the Fibonacci 23.6% one-day.     

    The next cushion awaits at $1863, the SMA100 15-minutes. Below that level, the critical $1861 (pivot point one-month R2) will challenge the bears’ commitment.

    A sharp sell-off could be triggered if the aforesaid powerful support gives way, which could call for a test of $1853, the confluence of SMA10 four-hour and Fibonacci 61.8% one-day.

    Alternatively, the immediate resistance is aligned at $1872, the previous day high, above which the multi-year high will be put to test.

    Should the bulls remain successful in taking out the latter, the pivot point one-day R1 at $1883 looks like the next upside target en route the record highs of $1920

    Here is how it looks on the tool



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