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similar to gold, in my opinion silver is shortly bevor a historical turnaround, signed with a blue tradingbox in the chart above, which can be used to place longorders. Now we should prepare for it. Why should we believe in that? Because of the sentiment, which is worse than at the end of 2015 as silver built a superordinate bottom (corrective wave 2 form ...
Palladium has come into a strong support level and looking to be bouncing from the support, looking for entries on lower timeframes. Target short term into resistance of 960.00 where you could look for a reversal back into the higher timeframe trend.
TVC:GOLD is still in an uptrend and the current pull back is a turning into a good opportunity to buy especially with all the volatility in the markets. We should look to buy cheap in the Red Zone and hold until in the Green Zone. When we make good headway in the Green Zone we can sell for profit. This is not for day traders. Red to Green is likely to ...
Gold appears to have just broken out bearishly from a roughly year-long trend channel. As the chart shows, we saw the same thing in 2016 just before a major move down in gold. The thing that I find significant at present is that a similar size of move down now could entail a break down of the long term logarithmic support line, which may in turn have considerable ...
Gold prices have extended the rally from the USD1194.55 monthly low of 10 March. However, the push above the USD1263.95 high of February has met with a sharp reaction as overbought short-term studies unwind.
Risk remains for a corrective pullback towards the USD1226.96 low of 21 March and the USD1217.50 break level, but improving weekly studies should limit any ...
Gold prices have extended the December 2016 rally. However, buyers are having difficulty sustaining levels above the USD1248.50, (50%) Fibonacci retracement of the July-December fall.
A corrective pullback is now looked for, as the Tension Indicator continues to weaken, with focus turning to USD1200. A close beneath here will turn investors cautious, but critical ...
Gold is playing out as I outlined yesterday with prices falling from resistance/ascending trendline from 1218 to 1208. I am looking for a long from here to 1250 with 1:3 risk/reward. Happy trading!
Gold is back above support after the dollar started to weaken post-Trump's Inauguration. Dollar index is now back below 100.00 with not much support until around 97.00. We would prefer a pullback to 1206 before going long or a break of 1220.
Gold has broken down out of this channel and retested key resistance. Simple trade for 1:3 risk/reward. Dollar movement could make this interesting today due to President-elect Trump's inauguration
Gold has pulled back to the .382 fib and key daily resistance (USD 1206.95/oz) where price is currently stalling. I will watch for bearish price action around this level and enter a position on a break down of the 2hr ascending channel.
The anticipated corrective bounce is unfolding, as oversold momentum unwinds and the bearish Tension Indicator flattens, with prices pushing above the USD1173~, (23.6%) retracement of the November-December fall to reach USD1184.90.
Just higher is the USD1188.10 high of December, but the USD1199.80 low of May and USD1204~ retracement are expected to provide ...
The anticipated test of the USD1124.50 retracement has been seen, with prices showing signs of stabilisation above the USD1122.35 low of December, as oversold momentum unwinds and the bearish Tension Indicator (not shown) flattens.
In the coming weeks, short-covering is expected to prompt a corrective bounce, with a break above the USD1165.75 high of 12 December ...
There seems to be no respite in the bearish Gold trend, with prices extending the July bear trend.
Falling momentum studies and bearish longer term charts suggest further downside risks into early 2017.
From a cross asset perspective, Gold - and Precious Metals in general - continue to underperform US equities, suggesting asset managers will maintain a long SPX, ...
The fall from the July high is gathering momentum, with prices extending lower into the end of the year.
This is keeping both Gold and Silver under pressure, suggesting investors will maintain an underweight stance.
Whilst prices are also weakening relative to the broad based Commodities Index, managers are now moving cash into both Base Metals and ...
1200 Buy and Hold!!!!
Silver’s retreat from the August 8 high of $20.779/Oz to today’s low of $18.746/Oz has left the precious metal oversold on the intraday charts – as per hourly and 4-hr RSI.
Furthermore, the 50-DMA at $19.32 is still rising, which suggests the selling is overdone and prices could correct from here.
A corrective rally to $19.367/Oz (23.6% of Dec low to May high) ...