Gold spikes from trendline support
After the bulls managed to turn out some positive price-action despite gains across risk assets, gold is finally back up above Monday’s open. We now have a higher-high and higher-low in play on the short timeframes, which provides a good chance of further gains.
We are seeing gold drift lower currently and it seems a better idea to be bullish on a pullback rather than entering any positions within an extended market. As such, Fibonacci retracements will be interesting as potential support should we see further pullback.
In particular, the 38.2% ($1239), 50% ($1237) and 61.8% ($1235) levels are worth watching out for. This bullish view would be negated with an hourly close below $1227.