With some wild trading unfolding in global markets this week, today top Citi analyst Tom Fitzpatrick warned that the gold market may now be set for a spectacular surge to $1,400! Two key charts are also shown.
October 16 (King World News) –Top Citi analyst Tom Fitzpatrick: “Gold failed to test prior resistance (now good support) in the $1,033 – $1,045 area and bounced.
Good trend line resistance (albeit only off 2 points) is met around $1,183 where the 55 week moving average also stands (see chart above)…
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Top Citi analyst Tom Fitzpatrick continues: “A weekly close above here would suggest a move back towards $1,308 (2015 high posted in January). Above that 2015 high, a move towards $1,400 could be in prospect.”
King World News note: Fitzpatrick also stated that a weekly close above the 200 day moving average would set the stage for additional upside gains for the gold market in coming weeks (see Bloomberg gold chart below which shows gold breaking above its 200 day moving average).
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