Gold Spot Update: I told you below $1930 yellow metal weak, and target $1909 — $1870 —$1850, But Level $1930 Not Break and kiss high $1963.
Yellow Metal Price Forecast: Gold Intraday Technical Outlook – Neal Bhai
Yellow Metal Price Forecast, Gold Intraday Technical Outlook: The yellow metal (Gold) attracted some dip-buying near the $1,842 region on Tuesday. The overnight optimism led by the easing of COVID-19 lockdowns in China turned out to be short-lived amid doubts if central banks can hike interest rates to curb inflation without impacting economic growth.
MCX Gold Intraday Trading Tips Today All Target Achive – Neal Bhai
Russia likely to cease-fire in Ukraine : Apparent progress in ceasefire talks has put a dent in safe-haven flows. Subsequently, gold tumbled beneath the $1,900 level. The path of least resistance appears to the downside amid positive Russo-Ukraine updates, economists at TD Securities report.
Gold Price Analysis: Below 1908 Gold Target $1890——$1840 Very Very Soon
Gold Price Analysis: Gold price (Yellow Metal) is consolidating slightly beneath its latest high of 1,952 after renewed positive traction from its recent 1,890 trough. The soaring simple moving averages (SMAs) are safeguarding the one-month bullish picture in the precious metal.
Gold Tips Today: Gold Below $1837 Remains Exposed to Downside Risks
Gold Tips Today: Gold is struggling to find its feet on Monday, having hit the lowest levels in two weeks at $1,839 on Friday.
MCX Gold Silver Target Hit | Cover Your Losses With Neal Bhai
On today’s daily watchlist our main focus is Gold and the USD. After yesterday’s FOMC day the DXY broke the reversal pattern that we had been following for over a week now. We remain very long biased Gold, even more after yesterday’s Inflation speach by Chairman Powell.
MCX Gold Silver Tips Today: All Target Hit [Cover Your Losses With Neal Bhai]
MCX Gold Silver Tips Today: Gold continued losing ground through the mid-European session and dropped to fresh one-month lows, below the $1,850 level in the last hour. This marked the second consecutive day of heavy selling and was dragged the Gold (Yellow Metal) further away from the near five-month tops touched on May 1.