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Bakwasband tradeonly
Bakwasband tradeonly 10 hours ago
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on mcx buy till 49400 then down next week first 49400 then down
sanket joisar
sanket joisar 12 hours ago
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@ Garet. monthly i see brekines 1829/ and next low 1794/ 1752/
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sanket joisar
sanket joisar 9 hours ago
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Gareth Wheel if previous year Nov Dec pattern on chart we might land near to 1600/levels.. by month end
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no, I'm not meaning repetition, I'm meaning if you use the tails (wicks/shadows/price rejection area) to use as a trendline - so if you draw a straight line from Nov & Dec tails all the way through to the current candle, you will see it strikes through the exact low point of this monthly candle (therefore is a valid trendline floor)
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If dollar goes up its possible 1829🙌🏻
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Otherwose i see 1855-1847 then up next week, i could be wrong 👍🏼🙌🏻
Gareth Wheel
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yes I don't see any lower than 55 in all honesty right now. I have an affinity with the daily chart to work with as intraday this is generally a good basis to trade from. I will often outline a weekly area which can change with successive daily candles. monthly I seldom use (as too long a timeframe) however if we are (like now) trading against the trend it can be a good pointer to locating a potential area for a reversal. if the high doesn't actually meet a ceiling yet, then it has to trade higher to do so
Gareth Wheel
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wondering if anyone can help - my broker app only has charts which go up through the timeframes to weekly, not monthly - just wondering if anyone can have a look at theirs and offer confirmation on here - looking in the monthly on here, the high doesn't seem to fit any ceiling - if that's the case, then either the the upper wicks from Nov & Jan would likely form the high area (descending line) or the upper wicks from Feb and May (ascending) to form - on here I can't draw a line, so best guess would be 1930's (ascending) to 1950's (descending). not at all accurate on this "chart" section so could be way out...
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Gareth Wheel
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thanks, using a ruler (which is far from accurate) I can currently track a floor of the area we have traded so can tie that up, and a further one on 1853 (which also ties a potential area to this week), and beneath that is around 1820's area (only mentioned because it's the third point but really doubt unless we close this coming week out between 53 and low 60's). but like I say, the high doesn't tie up which is obviously good (unless you are Goldman) as trading from a potential low already means through the month we will navigate our way around the 1918 obstacle and push to 1930's to close it out leading to what should be a very bullish period going forward
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Vikalp Jha 13 hours ago
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if we break 1871 area we are likely to se the 1820's... may be by tuesday...
Raheel Dhanani
Raheel Dhanani 13 hours ago
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I am all for the bullish, I am certain, with the way things go topsy turvy, flip flop so fast, we resume 1900s in Asia... On the Macro we can interpret either liquidation of gold reserves starting out in EU, a bid to suppress gold to ensure some momentary stability in their fiat, which if not manoeuvred carefully would perhaps face free fall... Means to create soft landing for the mighty dollar... Something of the sorts...
Gareth Wheel
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@Vikalp - I highly doubt that, 1872 is supportive, but then the 1855 would be the next test (1853 is a perfect point for the floor as with any line of support/resistance we often see a couple $ spill over and this then factors that in). the last major line of defence for the bulls would be 1840 area - and so I can't see all 3 of those key areas of support being broken in one day (other than a sell off which again makes little sense until at the very least we are trading lower than 1840)
Gareth Wheel
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with charts they are neither bullish or bearish, they have no drivers aside from the fact there are areas of support (floors) and areas of resistance (ceilings). a candle cannot hang in mid air, and so has to rest on a floor and touch a ceiling - knowing at least one of these areas will prove profitable to base a trade on. this is why fundamentals are key as will enable a probability to which floor and ceiling will be reached and narrow a trading range. then, it's finding how we will move from one area to the other (yesterday's trade for instance - 1901 was a ceiling (yes I'm manually positioning my trendlines and so quite easily I could have misjudged a very minor area which was the $1 difference) to a low floor just beneath the one I fixated on (expecting a reversal from).
LAKSH LALWANI
LAKSH LALWANI 14 hours ago
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this weak perfomance in gold Sell last friday 1894.5 exit thursday 1874.6 then sell thursday 1890.3 friday exit 1880.7 = 30 point and last weak 61 point total 91 point in 2 weak
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LAKSH LALWANI 14 hours ago
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if my levels is good cont…8 77O 3 8 2O 5 1
Hassan Nasir
Hassan Nasir 14 hours ago
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no it's WEAK
Henry Anderson
Henry Anderson 16 hours ago
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The gold price drops immediately after Macron, a former Rothschild Banker, urges G-7 nations to SELL Gold. They want to keep the gold prices low before Basel III (28th June 2021). Bullion banks are in a hurry.  (reuters.com/article/g7-summit-macron-africa/frances-macron-calls-for-agreement-on-financial-aid-to-africa-idINFWN2NS105)
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Check Weekly Perfomance in TEL-EG-RAM Ariseresearch or Wh-at-ssap 76-00-800-630
Arised Capital
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Gold Next week 1899
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Monday we ll see Bullish Opening In Gold 1890-95 range
Wayne setiawan
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SELL ALL YOUR GOLD and buy Bitcoin. Non-Bitcoin owners will Tremble in fear. Satan Blesses Bitcoin. Jack Dorsey knows what's going on (Twitter /jack/status/5081- "reading through some amazing parts of the satanic verses"). When you laugh at Bitcoin, it will come back to haunt you and cause you nightmares. Non-holders can only watch in fear and agony as it grows stronger. Bitcoin has satanic powers that can torture the unfaithful. Bitcoin is Satan himself. Bitcoin owners will have Satan's blessing.
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trembling in fear at that dp to be honest
Gareth Wheel
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wow, take your biblical rants back to your bitcoin forum and trade that according to your idiosyncratic style. you have no place here, and the majority of traders here if so wished, would be trading that "nonsensical" crypto (because it has no real reference like "commodity" "store of value" or "currency") with a far better trading plan than you are....
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@ Gareyh yes you might be correct. 4hr and Daily charts looks gols will touch to 1860/ worst case 1845/ in next week.
Gareth Wheel
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from the weekly we have an obvious down with a floor of 69, and then using a couple of candles from last January, there are options of low 70's - so 3 to 4 floors in and around the 70 area. even though I mentioned 200 EMA and 1840 in another post, it was to draw attention to them based upon how this weekly candle closes really, if we trade down we will do in stages to begin with so I feel if next Friday we are closing 69 levels, then the following week perhaps the 200 EMA would be tested again. personally I doubt it - why did I see 98 as a high? well after the fed meeting, all data released which scare the ***out of investors are over with so normality resumes. prices are lowered to make better long positions and Basel III comes in at eom. once we trade up and if we touch or break 98 next week that should lead to further positive weeks. but I try to take it day by day, and let the daily chart guide me as to where we will be trading
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Bear Is OTW to Test 1850. If fail.. it will Going To Make A New High..I guess.Keep Eyes On 1850..
Raheel Dhanani
Raheel Dhanani Jun 12, 2021 0:46
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There is one more peculiarity, or maybe I am being paranoid... The Asian market trading session pushes the price in 1900s and as Asia begins to close the price starts the dip and US session is hard bent on beating the floor further down. Not sure how relevant this is but there happens to be a consensus in Asia regarding the grim outlook on the USD and seemingly they are swapping for Gold, perhaps? Then when clock starts in NY the bears take the charge and of course we saw two events back to back unimpressive employment data and increase in CPI(tactfully countered by the "transitory" remark). If I had more evidence I'd be pointing at deliberate attempt to keep buyers at bay... Real Estate is peaking, commodities peaking, stocks already record high, and vaccination still not half way through. Not like economies come online with the flip of a switch and even then there is the problem of disposable income, by now there should be little left... Gold can make comeback yet. Monday, let's see
Gareth Wheel
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I agree with that mate, China have a massive reserve of real gold I think (mine a large chunk of the globally mined amount also) so is in their interest to increase the value of a commodity they own. as Tim has referenced a couple of times, it's the US market (and somewhat the UK yesterday) which seem to trade with fear of potential negative impacts through data. I spoke on here with Adam last weekend about the lead up to the fed, but ultimately gold has no true reason to drop off, there are more reasons for it to be driven up really, so I feel this minor pullback will be fleeting and although it may not rally yet, it should steady until we negate the descending ceiling from 1918 and can then move upward relatively unhindered.
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jeremrie an Jun 11, 2021 23:28
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buy the metal one
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Raheel Dhanani Jun 11, 2021 23:20
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Okay still not a bad place to close, could have been much better or much worse, neither would have been a surprise as even this isn't. There is some deliberate dynamic at play in the short run, it's like a sustained reinforced chanel of confusion sending gyrations of volatility in almost all the core high volume markets...and that makes only one thing certain: UNCERTAINTY.In that, all is not doom and gloom, avoid excessive leverage, make positions you can carry from day to day, week to week, avoid impulsive execution, hold minimum 35% in cash...
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David Warren Jun 11, 2021 23:20
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Agree on cash remarks market feels a bit strange
Gareth Wheel
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fed meeting cannot be ignored, a solid look on the weekly is a low of 69 and high of 98. this will add to confusion if it plays out with a continued drop as we approach and conclude the meeting, but then break upwards - although there are lower ceilings around 89 area, positive news from the meeting should see that area breached. but we will end the week with a lower high point than those which preceded it, but a very bullish drive of $30... Sunday trading shows a low area of 76 and high of 84, that then would put a high for Monday around 84 and low of 71 (59 is also a floor but we would need to see a drive towards that imo, as 72 still should be an area we reverse upon). trade wisely as you say, place small speculative trades at points of interest are ok, but wait for clear reversal signals before placing meaningful trades
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Gareth Wheel  i agree with everything u say gareth , ur very knoweldgeable . i feel a lot of people only trade by going by the charts and they wonder why they havent got a clue where the price will go . a must in all trading is research and wait for the data reports
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thanks mate, yes have to have as much relevant information as possible to really make an informed decision to base a trade, charts can give a destination but fundamentals give the reason why. with fundamentals you can then discount some routes or high/low points as they don't make sense, and narrow a range to have confidence we will trade in. although we can't be 100% right, we can be close which is enough to remain profitable
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Haider Gee Jun 11, 2021 21:37
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Gold only Sell?
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Sell Gold and Buy more Bitcoin. Worship Satan and his powers.
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bitcoin Devil what is the bro
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Gold is backed by Bible and God, but Satan protects Bitcoin. Gold will Fail. Bitcoin will Win. Bow down before Satan's Power. YES Tremble in Fear, BTC Non-Holders!!
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the fk are you on bro, hahaha are you ok
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Wayne setiawan Jun 11, 2021 21:21
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YES, Satan wins. Bitcoin is protected by Satan, but Gold is protected God. Satan's power has no limits.
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Queen Of heart Jun 11, 2021 20:59
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Come on up now 🙄
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dummey dummey Jun 11, 2021 20:41
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down possible gold trg 1840. safe u r profit
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Aqeel Abdulla Jun 11, 2021 20:34
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it is matter of time to kick up but it takes time I advice buyers hold ur position 💰💰💰
Raheel Dhanani
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There is still 4 hours and 30 mins to NY trading close... I am still hopeful...we shall recover! We have primarily been range bound, and this session seems nothing more than an artificial shake off, I am not budging from my stance of recovery... TODAY!
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Data is empirical, statement is air...data says inflation, air says temporary but gold is thicker than air!
Raheel Dhanani
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And Razz Price says: "Expect the unexpected!"
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I unfortunately dont think we will see much higher than 1884 if that by close, but good luck to you, hopefully if not today Monday will give some recovery
Gareth Wheel
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@Tim, what's concerning me is we close at these levels (sub 80) and Sunday we trade up to 84. if Sundays daily candle closes there then a close on Monday around 71/72 is a strong possibility
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having a look at the charts that is indeed very possible...... but let's hope not as that gives again high(er) possibility to go to/closer too the floor which is quite a few dollars per ouncey lower :') I'd much prefer to see a close above 1884 aswell as 1890 intra day.. that would give hope to go back on track without revisiting the floor
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it's a bear market now officially. 1863 and 1846 levels insight,
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well gold got absolutely battered today.. not in terms of how far it fell but just by how it moved down, every knocked back.. can't even find a similar day in terms of the amount of consecutive red candles there where and any information to give direction continued to knock it down.. its back in lottery mode imo, could fall further at this rate and no one will be able to tell when it will shoot back up, whether thats to new highs or just another hit of the ceiling remains to be seen, UK also announced lockdown restrictions will remain until at least another month and bonds have continued to rise today. Good luck all minus 5% today for me hope others are not too badly hurt. we'll go again next week
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rise throughout today*
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spot on, lacklustre and uninspired would be my description of the bulls during this session. will see what next week brings now
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Exactly Gareth Bulls never built any momentum all day, but we shall see next week, I'm not holding any trades but good luck to you if you are for the weekend
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thanks mate, I have a couple which if don't come good will hold as we should reach to 84 on Sunday - from there unless there is a strong recovery, I see more downside than up (temporarily)
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Monday also sell continues
 
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