Gold prices have experienced four consecutive weeks of decline, with a 3.6% drop in the current month, marking the worst performance since February. Despite this decline, retail traders are showing increased bullish sentiment toward gold. This suggests that some investors see the lower prices as an attractive buying opportunity.
XAU/USD: how about a buy trade?
2020-09-25 • Updated
XAU/USD formed a “hammer” candlestick on the D1 ahead of the 100-day MA. The price made a higher low on the H4 and now only the resistance at $1 877 separates the precious metal from further gains. The target for buying will be at $1 890 (100-hour MA and 38.2% Fibonacci retracement of the latest decline). Support lies at $1 866, $1 860, and $1 850.
Trade idea for XAU/USD
BUY $1 878; TP $1 890; SL $1 875
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