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Price Signal Summary - Trend Needle In Gold Points South
- On the commodity front, trend conditions in Gold remain bearish and price is still trading below the 50-day EMA, at $1848.8. The break of this EMA, in mid-February, strengthened the case for bears. Sights are set on the $1800.0 handle and $1787.3, the 50.0% retracement of the uptrend between Sep 28 and Feb 2. On the upside, the 50-day EMA marks the first key short-term resistance.
- In the Oil space, WTI futures remain above last week’s lows and key short-term support has been defined at $73.80, the Feb 22 low. Moving average studies are in a bear-mode position and for now, this suggests potential for a continuation lower near-term. A break of the $73.80, would open $72.64, the Feb 6 low. Initial resistance to watch is at $78.06, the 50-day EMA.
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