Daily Price Outlook 

- Gold is trading slightly higher at $2,022.105, up 0.06%.

- The pivot point at $2,002.57 serves as a key juncture, with resistance levels ascending from $2,031.38 to $2,087.83 and support steps descending to $1,916.15.

- Current indicators and chart patterns suggest a neutral to slightly bullish bias, with a short-term forecast eyeing resistance tests while mindful of support levels.

Gold's technical landscape on January 26 exhibits a tempered advance, with the metal trading at $2,022.105, marking a modest 0.06% gain. Positioned just above a pivot point at $2,002.57, gold's immediate trajectory is clouded with a balanced mix of caution and opportunism. Resistance levels loom overhead, with $2,031.38 as the nearest hurdle, followed by $2,057.88 and $2,087.83, each potentially capping upward surges.

Conversely, supports at $1,973.77, $1,944.96, and $1,916.15 stand as bulwarks against a decline, ready to catch falling prices. The RSI, neutral at 49, and the MACD, with a mainline at 0.04 above its signal, provide no clear directional bias, underscoring a market in equilibrium.

A symmetrical triangle pattern hints at consolidation, suggesting that gold prices are coiling for a breakout that could define the next significant move. In the interim, the strategy points to a cautious buy stop at $2,027, targeting profits at $2,040, and safeguarding with a stop loss at $2,016. The immediate forecast contemplates a challenge to the resistance at $2,031.38, with a close eye on supportive floors that may come into play on any potential pullback.

GOLD Price Chart - Source: Tradingview
GOLD Price Chart - Source: Tradingview

GOLD (XAU/USD) - Trade Ideas

Entry Price – Buy Stop 2027

Take Profit – 2040

Stop Loss – 2016

Risk to Reward – 1: 1.18

Profit & Loss Per Standard Lot = +$1300/ -$1100

Profit & Loss Per Mini Lot = +$130/ -$110



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