Going forward, if gold can break $1,478, the next level of interest is the closing price of $1,501 from April 12. If you are looking to get long gold, it would probably be best to wait until the commodity can get back above at least one of these levels before making a commitment.
So say edited excerpts from an article* by Bespoke Investment Group (www.bespokeinvest.com) entitled Gold Rallies Up Near Important Levels.
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The article goes on to say in further eited excerpts:
Below is an intraday chart of gold over the last 15 trading days.
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