Gold rallies into trendline resistance
Gold has rallied sharply into trendline resistance over the past 24 hours, following a deep retracement that bottomed out on Monday. Crucially we have seen an ominous shooting star candle formed overnight, which when accompanied by a decreasing Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) histogram and stochastic crossover, points towards a possible move lower from here.
Given the uptrend in place, such a pullback would likely be a short-term phenomenon before we move higher again. However, as long as the price remains below trendline resistance (currently $1280), it looks like we are set for a pullback. Should that come to fruition, it makes sense to look for the $1254-$1259 Fibonacci zone as a possible area to get long.