Gold Price Analysis: Probing inverse head-and-shoulders neckline hurdle

NEWS | 26 minutes ago | By Omkar Godbole

  • Gold’s 4-hour chart shows an inverse head-and-shoulders pattern. 
  • A breakout would open the doors to a re-test of Nov. 9 highs.

Gold is currently trading near a key hurdle, which, if breached, could bring a stronger rally. 

The yellow metal is flirting with resistance at $1,866 – the neckline of the inverse head-and-shoulders pattern. Acceptance above would confirm a breakout or bearish-to-bullish trend change and create room for a rally to $1,966 (target as per the measured move method). On the way higher, the metal may face resistance at $1,900. 

A strong rejection at the neckline hurdle would shift risk in favor of a drop to $1,820 (4-hour chart support). 

Fundamental factors such as the Federal Reserve’s bond purchases, the record global stockpile of negative-yielding bonds, and weak dollar support the bullish case. 

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