Gold Should be Resuming Its Uptrend

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Gold Technical Update

March 14, 2011 - Gold Should Be Resuming Its Uptrend

Simple Moving Average( SMA ) 200-period (bold, gray)
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Gold 3/14/2011
- Gold has been consolidating, but it ended last week supported above the 1400 area, resuming the uptrend after a 78.6% retracement seen in the 4H chart.
- We see in the 1H chart, that there was a double bottom that was confirmed. Furthermore, the rally was an impulse wave, and we are currently in a correction after an impulse wave. We should expect another to follow confirming continuation of the uptrend to at least test the all time high at 1444 .
- In the daily chart, we see some fibonacci extension levels. The projection  above the all-time high of 1444 should be about 150%, near the 1490 area. The 161.8% extension is near 1505 .
- The bullish outlook, should see the market remains above 1418 pivot.
Gold Daily Chart 3/14/2011

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Fan Yang CMT
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