Daily Price Outlook

- Gold dips to $2,329.48, a 0.40% decrease, nearing the key $2,345 pivot point.

- Resistance levels at $2,361, $2,383, and $2,403; breach could boost investor confidence.

- Support established at $2,314, $2,291, $2,268; falling below may amplify bearish trends.

On April 30, gold prices settled at $2,329.48, marking a decline of 0.40%. This adjustment places gold just below the pivotal $2,345 mark, suggesting a tepid sentiment among traders as they navigate through various macroeconomic indicators and market dynamics.

The metal faces immediate resistance at $2,361, with further barriers at $2,383 and $2,403. Should gold manage a breakout above these levels, it could signal renewed investor confidence, potentially driven by macroeconomic uncertainties or shifts in the investment climate. Conversely, the support levels are set at $2,314, $2,291, and $2,268. A breach below these could indicate increasing bearish pressure, possibly influenced by a stronger U.S. dollar or rising real yields.

The 50-Day Exponential Moving Average (EMA) at $2,344 nearly coincides with the current pivot point, underscoring a crucial technical juncture. The Relative Strength Index (RSI) stands at 46, hinting at a lack of strong momentum in either direction but leaning towards bearish territory.

Trading Strategy:

- Given the current technical setup, the strategy would involve a cautious approach:

- Entry Price: Consider initiating a sell position if gold falls below $2,335.

- Take Profit: Set the profit target at $2,314 to capitalize on potential downward moves.

- Stop Loss: Place a stop loss at $2,350 to manage risk effectively.

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

GOLD (XAU/USD) - Trade Ideas

Entry Price – Sell Below 2335

Take Profit – 2314

Stop Loss – 2350

Risk to Reward – 1: 1.4

Profit & Loss Per Standard Lot = +$2100/ -$1500

Profit & Loss Per Mini Lot = +$210/ -$150



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