…Gold just entered a new bull market but the price of gold has failed to garner any meaningful rally so, what gives? Why haven’t gold prices rallied? Well, it’s just a matter of time.
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Here’s the chart that shows us that gold has entered a long-term bull market.
After gold prices broke above the green, downward-sloping trend line, it indicated prices entered a new trend, one that is heading higher and, when you look at a shorter time frame for gold prices, you still get a bullish picture. Take a look:
In the chart above you’ll notice prices have mostly stayed within the resistance and support lines, but recently have traded in a narrower range than usual. This narrow trading range typically precedes an imminent breakout in price.
Usually, you don’t know which direction prices will break out, which is why there is the narrow range to begin with but, considering the longer-term chart indicates prices are heading higher, that is where we can place our bets — and 2018 will be the year prices break out.