Recently, gold climbed above $1,750 coming to test the resistance of May’s high of $1,764. That came as a result of a decisive day-long march upwards on Friday where it left the base at $1,722. What does it mean?
Friday was pretty full of second-wave fears and social clashes. Until now, both remain on the radar. Therefore, until we see people leave the streets and calm down, specifically in the US, and investors finish factoring in the reoccurrence of the virus at a large scale, gold will have the full right to rise.
Technically, we may well see more aggressive growth of the gold price.
In the long-term, however, there is little evidence – so far – to expect the current curve (“2”) to be as steep as it was during the crisis of 2009-2010 (“1”). At the same time, while it has a milder inclination, it still has not entered the rounding-up stage, which geometrically is likely to open at approximately $1,800.