Gold & Silver Spot Recap & Daily Forecast from Jason Sen – Day Trade Ideas

 

07 Jan, 2020
Gold & Silver Spot

Gold we wrote: WE MEET KEY LONGER TERM 61.8% FIBONACCI RESISTANCE AT 1585/87 IN SEVERELY OVERBOUGHT CONDITIONS.
Excellent call as we reversed from 1583.

Silver we wrote: resistance at 1844/45 is key to direction today is severely overbought conditions. We topped exactly here & collapsed to strong support at 1800/1795 for profit taking on shorts.

Today’s Analysis

Gold held important resistance at 1585/87 & if you were brave enough to try shorts in the bull trend, prices collapsed to 1560. Failure to beat 1585/87 trigger the slide to 1570 & minor support at 1565/64. A break below 1560 fills the gap at 1554/52. Try longs with stops below 1547. A break lower targets 1542/41, perhaps as far as support at 1537/35.

Shorts need stops above 1591. A break higher is an important longer term buy signal.

Silver hit strong support at 1800/1795 for profit taking on shorts. Longs here need stops below 1790 (it’s a very small risk!). A break lower is a sell signal targeting 1775/72 then a buying opportunity at 1750/45, with stops below 1735.

Longs at 1800/1795 target 1825, perhaps as far as strong resistance at 1844/45 for profit taking. Shorts here need stops above 1850. A break higher is an important medium term buy signal despite severely overbought conditions.

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JASON SEN Began to study technical analysis in 2006 and established Daytradeideas, the leading provider of daily technical analysis to independent & professional traders within the investment bank community for Stock Index, Energy & Fixed Income products, advising dozens of traders at up to 15 major investment banks and hedge funds on market movement, throughout each trading day on The Bloomberg Professional® service with trade ideas – entry, exit and target levels in daily reports published before the Futures markets open in Europe.