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.
Gold got new strength
2019-11-11 • Updated
The outcome of the Federal Reserve’s meeting was dovish enough to let gold prices soar. XAU/USD closed above March 13 high in the 1311 area. As long as the price stays above this support level, it will be poised to advance to 1322 (61.8% Fibo retracement of the February-March decline). The best opportunity to enter the market will be if XAU/USD revisits lower levels.
Gold prices dipped as investors took profits following a near one-month high, but still recorded their biggest weekly gain since April on expectations of a pause in U.S. interest rate hikes. Spot gold was down 0.3% at $1,954.69 per ounce, while U.S. gold futures eased 0.2% to $1,959.30. The dollar index edged up 0.2% but remained close to its lowest level since April 2022.
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