Gold Price Forecast – November 5, 2020

Gold Technical Analysis and Near-Term Outlook

Gold rallied and settled above the 50-day moving average and the 38 percent retracement of the decline from $2089.2. This is bullish for the near-term outlook and reflects a positive shift in near-term sentiment. The move up is now poised to challenge $1963, $1979, and possibly $1999 during the next few days. The $1999 objective is most important because this is the 62 percent retracement and the larger than (1.618) target of the primary wave up from $1851.0.

With that said, the $1948 equal to (1.00) target of the same wave up from $1851.0 held on a closing basis today. Therefore, a test of support might take place before gold challenges $1963. Initial support at $1925 is today’s midpoint and is expected to hold. Key support is $1903, today’s open and the 50 percent retracement of the rise from $1851.0. Closing below $1903 during the next few days will shift odds back in favor of $1873 and lower.

Gold - $15 Kase Bar Chart
Gold – $15 Kase Bar Chart

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Dean Rogers, CMT

Dean Rogers, CMT is the general manager of the Kase Call Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He oversees all of Kase and Company, Inc.’s operations including research and development, marketing, and client support. Dean began his career with Kase in early 2001 as a programmer but has developed into Kase’s senior technical analyst. He writes Kase’s award-winning weekly Crude Oil, Natural Gas, and Metals Commentaries. He is an instructor at Kase's classes and webinars and provides all of the necessary training and support for Kase's hedging models and trading indicators for both retail and institutional traders.

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