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The reason gold hasn't broken the bear channel despite strong buying pressure is due to repeat and concerted high volume selling at the bear channel edge AND the US dollar holding value above the .786 monthly fib level due to support from The Fed. Should you sell gold? On what timeframe? Should you trade gold? Yes. It has high volumes of trade and price movement and trades a classic fib structure with definite channels.
No. Not at all. Gold trades in trends and a lot of the trading is simply for profit not sentiment. It travels up and down using the monthly fib as structure. See for yourself on the monthly and weekly chart.
I wouldn't say that Gold 'travels up and down using the monthly fib as structure' . Fib levels can sometimes work but using them alone is suicide. There are a lot things influencing the price of gold to say that price movement is determined by chart levels is misleading
Thanks for schooling me as a full time trader. Again read the message. The price uses the fib as structure. That shouldn't be hard to understand. At any point I'm replying to the poster not you so please don't comment in detail to carry on a debate. Respect the poster
rbforextrader posted: Thanks for schooling me as a full time trader. Again read the message. The price uses the fib as structure. That shouldn't be hard to understand. At any point I'm replying to the poster not you so please don't comment in detail to carry on a debate. Respect the poster
No one is schooling you, we could use your in depth knowledge of trading Gold.
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