The Gold rally has been fast and furious.
Throughout the way, I have issued several trading “buy” signals, and a few short-term “sell” signals.
Yet all along, we have had a broader bullish view.
Currently, the shiny precious metal pulled back over 5 percent from its highs. And its reversal higher stalled out this week (creating a secondary high, for now).
Bulls want to see this week’s high taken out, while bears want another push lower that breaks support.
From a trading perspective, Gold is in no-man’s land and how each trader manages his/her trade will depend on entry point and position size.
More importantly, Gold bulls want to see the 1875-1895 support band hold… otherwise Gold could flush down to the next price support.
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