The Gold market has essentially traded sideways within a range from approximately $1200 – $1300 all of 2017. The same factors that faced this market in January still influence the price today. Global macro-economic uncertainty, central bank interest rate decisions and a see-saw of “risk on, risk off” sentiment continue to keep Gold in a $100.00 trading range. However, recent events domestically and abroad have allowed Gold to climb towards the break out area of $1300.00 – $1310.00 per ounce. A clearly defined channel such as shown below opens a variety of trading opportunities for those looking for a return to the bottom of the channel or a surge in price above the year’s highs. Technicians look prepared to jump on board if those areas are breached.
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