Gold price moved above $2,000. What is next?
(Kitco commentary) - Gold prices were able to cross above the critical level of $2,000 yesterday, and the price is trading very much at that level today as well.
Gold has started the week on the back foot, what is next?
(Kitco commentary) - Gold prices have started the week on the back, and the yellow metal has refused to break above the important resistance level of $2,000. The question for traders and investors is why the prices have started the week on the back foot and if this trend will continue for the rest of the week.
Gold traders should pay attention to these factors
(Kitco commentary) - The US fundamentals have changed dramatically this week, as per the economic data. The gold price chart shows that the bulls are back in the market, and investors are wondering now if this trend will continue, and if it will continue, will it have plenty of tailwind for the price to cross a major level that everyone is looking at?
What to look for in gold price?
(Kitco commentary) - Gold prices have experienced a serious surge this week as traders have reacted to anchored geopolitical tensions that happened after the renewal of a war between Israel and Palestine.
Here are the events that will influence gold price this week
(Kitco commentary) - Gold prices are well on track to close in negative territory for this month as there are only two trading days left.
What is Next For Gold Price?
(Kitco commentary) - Gold prices have been trading lower for the past three weeks, and the prices have started the week on the back foot once again.
What is in store for gold prices?
(Kitco commentary) - Gold traders are somewhat nervous as the first trading day of the second half of this year begins today. So far, gold prices are up nearly 2.6% YTD, and if you look at the performance for one year, it is up nearly 3.19%. Traders are wondering if the price will experience more retracement in 2023 or if we will see another high in 2023.
What does the US inflation tells us about gold price?
(Kitco commentary) - Gold prices have been trading below the critical level of $2,000 for some time, and traders are wondering if the price is going to move higher and, more importantly, what will be the factor that will move the price higher.