Daily Price Outlook

- Gold price marginally increased, with key attention on the pivot point of $2,285.97.

- Resistance and support levels delineate potential price boundaries, with bearish patterns suggesting a possible sell-off.

- Trading strategy recommends selling below $2,286, with specified take-profit and stop-loss levels to manage risk.

Gold's trading session on April 3 saw a slight increase, with the price moving up 0.15% to $2,268.23. The market's attention is fixated on the pivotal $2,285.97, serving as the immediate fulcrum for price movements. Resistance levels are staged at $2,302.73, $2,314.96, and $2,332.15, indicating potential ceilings for upward trends. Conversely, support is found at $2,261.84, with further cushions at $2,244.48 and $2,228.81, outlining possible floors for pullbacks.

The Relative Strength Index (RSI) stands at 57, suggesting a neutral to slightly bullish sentiment among traders. The 50-day Exponential Moving Average (EMA) at $2,235.75 adds a layer of technical support, bolstering the gold market's resilience. However, the technical landscape hints at caution: a doji candle formation and the closing of bearish engulfing patterns below the $2,285 level could precipitate a selling trend.

Investors are advised to consider a strategic approach: selling below $2,286 could be prudent, targeting a take-profit level at $2,260, while placing a stop-loss order at $2,305. This cautious strategy reflects the nuanced interplay of support and resistance levels, RSI readings, and candlestick patterns, underpinning the overall technical perspective for gold.

GOLD Price Chart - Source: Tradingview
GOLD Price Chart - Source: Tradingview

GOLD (XAU/USD) - Trade Ideas

Entry Price – Sell Below 2286

Take Profit – 2260

Stop Loss – 2305

Risk to Reward – 1: 1.3

Profit & Loss Per Standard Lot = +$2600/ -$1900

Profit & Loss Per Mini Lot = +$260/ -$190



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