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Gold above 50-DMA
Having bounced off the 100-day moving average last week, the price is now moving back above the 50-DMA as well. In conjunction with this, the daily relative strength index has broken through its descending 10-DMA, while the stochastic momentum index (SMI) appears to be about to give a bullish signal.
If this continues, we can look towards further upside, first in the area of the 200-DMA at $1247, and then to the top end of the current descending channel at $1260. Before that the price will need to break the descending trendline off the January highs above $1300 (most obviously visible on an hourly chart). Dips towards $1230 will encounter rising trendline support off the $1220 level.
Only a close below the 100-DMA will firmly negate the appearance of a turning point having been reached.
Silver begins move higher
Having firmly bounced off the rising trendline from the December low it looks as if the move higher in silver has already begun. The price has moved above the $17.39 resistance area, and while the 20-DMA might delay the upward move the real target now is the 200-DMA at $18.15.
The daily RSI and SMI indicators have already given buy signals, as the former crosses above its 10-DMA and the latter’s momentum line is moving above its signal line counterpart.
We may still see dips towards the 50-DMA and the $17 area, but only a daily close through $16.60 cancels out this rising trend in price terms.
Brent continues its rise
Brent crude continued to gain on Friday, and this morning the price hit its highest level since Christmas Eve. A firm close above $62 reignites the rally here, even as the price heads towards overbought levels on the daily RSI.
The hourly chart shows a modest pullback from Friday’s high, with a move lower likely to take it back towards the 200-hour moving average at $57.90 and the rising trendline from the $50 level seen at the end of January.
WTI momentum stalls
US light crude is also enjoying a bounce, although momentum has stalled as the price heads towards the area above $53 a barrel. The price found good support off its own rising trendline, and another test of this area would take us in the direction of the $50 mark.
Having closed (just) above the 50-DMA on Friday, and with the daily RSI above its 10-DMA as well, the next target becomes the $55 level, although with the US closed for Presidents Day this is a target that will mostly likely be delayed until the end of the week.