Gold Price – Technical Outlook
After experiencing careful declines since mid-July, gold price is currently positioned directly on the ascending trendline originating from February, as depicted in the chart below. If this trendline is breached, it could pave the way for a more pronounced bearish technical outlook. This scenario would potentially reveal the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level at 1903, which notably coincides with the lows observed in June.
The 4-hour chart provided below offers a clearer view of the recent short-term downtrend. A descending trendline is serving as a consistent support, facilitating a gradual decline in price.
Notably, there is a positive divergence in the Relative Strength Index (RSI), which suggests that the downward momentum is diminishing. This observation coincides with XAU/USD testing the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement level within this specific timeframe. However, for a potential return to a short-term bullish technical outlook, it would be essential to surpass the 1932 resistance level. Alternatively, if bearish momentum continues downward, the next area of support to watch out for would be 1898 and 1867
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