Gold Price Forecast: The Bearish Call for Gold Remains Intact

Gold Price Forecast: Gold price appears to lack a clear directional bias, ranging in Thursday’s trading band near $1800. Thursday’s Doji keeps sellers hopeful amid dollar’s rebound. Gold traders remain hopeful that recovery headwinds would compel central banks to maintain a prolonged accommodative monetary policy stance.

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However, gold’s further upside appears at risk, as the risk-off market profile could likely keep the haven-demand for the US dollar alive, weighing negatively on the USD-denominated bullion.

“Markets will continue to take cues from the dynamics in the yields and the greenback amid a light US docket. Fresh covid updates and Fed Monetary Policy Report could offer some near-term trading opportunities, as an eventful week draws to an end.”

Gold spotted a Doji candlestick a day before, which suggests buyer exhaustion after the recent recovery rally. A Doji candlestick yet again in Friday’s trading so far also backs the view that the bullish momentum appears to be weakening, as bears fight for control. Further, the 14-Relative Strength Index (RSI) trades flatlined but still below the midline, adding credence to a potential downside.”

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“To the upside, three-week highs of $1818 will offer strong resistance, above which the slightly softer 200-DMA at $1827 could be challenged.” “The 21-DMA at $1796 will offer immediate support should the downside pressure gain momentum. The next relevant support is seen at the horizontal 100-DMA at $1790. A daily closing below the latter could open floors towards a retest of the two-month lows at $1751.”

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