After a jump in consumer inflation (CPI) in the United States lifted the metal to its highest level since June 15 the previous session, gold futures are moving higher early Thursday morning. Knowing that the daily chart between 1839.00 and 1919.10 did not show resistance, it was not a difficult task to correctly anticipate a breakout in gold. Despite this, the market came to a halt around $1870.60. We’re all as good as our previous move, and the breakout is long gone.
The support rests at 1852.35 with resistance at 1858.75. The pivot point at 1854.95 and the price is moving below it. The EMA of 10 is moving in bullish bias in the ascendant channel and it crossed the EMA of 200 and the EMA of 100. Stochastic is moving in the high ranges. The RSI is moving at the level of 70 and the ADX is moving in low ranges. The MACD histogram is in positive territory with a buy signal.

• There is resistance at 1858.75, followed by resistance at 1861.35 and 1865.15.
• There is support at 1852.35, Below, there is 1848.55 and 1845.95.

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