Gold Completes a Gartley; Silver is in an Ascending Triangle


Simple Moving Average( SMA ) 50-period (red), 200-period (bold, gray)
RSI-14 with Simple Moving Average 5-period of RSI attached.

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Gold (XAU/USD)
Gold 1H Chart 2/1/2011

- Gold: A swing projection targets 1361 , but has shown a double top just below the 1350 area. The market retraced 61.8% but then rallied again. This rally is now testing the double top.
- It also retraced slightly more than 61.8% of the decline.
- Note also the bearish signal as the market completed a Gartley. In the near-term the market is bearish.
- The RSI failed to break back above 60, so it has not shown near-term bullish continuation and instead further consolidation.
- If this consolidation does not break the rising support, we might have a bullish continuation.The 1330 area would be final support to the current bearish attempt, for a bullish continuation.
- However, if risk appetite improves in the markets, we might have a decline towards 1325-1323 area. A break below this area then opens up a retest of the bottom action around 1310 .

Silver (XAG/USD)
Silver 1H Chart 2/1/2011

- Silver is in a triangle (basically an ascending triangle with bullish bias) being contained below 28.40 and above 27.50 . The upside targets above the 28.40 resistance are at the Fibonacci cluster near 28.80 , then 29.30 .
- The downside below 27.50 has the support of 26.50 in sight.
- Until the RSI breaks below 30, and the market breaks below 26.50, we should consider Silver in a consolidation of a larger degree as well. Below 26.50 and with a the RSI in the 1H chart at least breaking breaking below 30 is the 25.00 pivot as target.

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Referenced Stocks: SMA

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