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Monday, 21 December 2020

Buy on Dips

 Gold price attempted to push through the key psychological resistance level of $1,900 an ounce this week but ended up settling just below that on Friday. Gold prices hollowed in on Friday as the decrepit dollar bounced back from 2-½ lows. But that didn’t stop the yellow metal from posting a third straight weekly rise from gains accumulated on bets that the U.S. Congress will soon pass another corona virus fiscal relief.

Gold futures settled with a loss on Friday, but tallied a gain of about 2.5% for the week following a decline in the U.S. dollar. Top gold dealers in India and across the world believed the following to be reasons that had an impact on the dollar:

There were three major events this week that had a profound impact on U.S. equities, gold, silver and the U.S. dollar.

  1. Bipartisan deal- The first major event was a renewed optimism on the revision of a bipartisan proposal which was introduced last week. 
  2. FOMC Meet- a key event that had a huge impact was the information from the Federal Reserve that was presented through this month’s FOMC statement and the following press conference by Chairman Powell immediately following the conclusion of the last FOMC meeting year. 
  3. Vaccine- The third event that influenced the financial markets this week was the rollout of a Covid-19 vaccine that had just been granted emergency use authorization by the FDA.
After US Fed pretty dovish views we saw a collapse of the US Dollar and a big run up in gold and bit coin on Thursday. Though it hit most mentioned targets and even surpassed it to kiss $1901 an ounce.

Analysts from RiddiSiddhi Bullions Limited viewed that with the end of the pandemic was in sight, the U.S. dollar is behaving less like a safe-haven asset, and the currency is weakening, adjusting to its own fundamentals, suggesting strong support for gold.

Gold markets initially fell during the week, but then turned around to recover quite nicely to break above the top of the shooting star from the previous week. This suggests that perhaps gold is trying to turn things around and take off again. The $1900 level will offer a certain amount of psychological and structural resistance, but I do think that we break above there and eventually go challenge the $1950 level. That being said, it does not mean that we get there right away.

So it’s about the $900 billion Covid package from the US. Unless the USD index will now move beyond 90.5, gold will see bounce towards $1905-1915. On Friday the gold market was quite zig zag. Gold has rallied again during the week, breaking above the top of the shooting star from the previous one. It suggests that we still have plenty of momentum.

We would suggest buying gold on dips on levels $1878/1863/1858 and upper side it is expected to reach $1904/1930. So buying in dips would be the investment mantra.

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