Ashwani Kumar Harit
Gold prices witnessed a volatile session on last Friday as the yellow metal opened in negative territory, though the counter gained during intraday but ended in the red after breachingstrong support of 30,250. Prices on the daily charts are forming a symmetric triangle which is a neutral pattern for medium term and could generate either side breakout.
For intraday we can expect more selling on some bounce near 30,300 where traders can short for the session.
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Prices have breached its strong support of 38500 on Friday and even closed below the levels that leaves more room for short term selling. Any rise for intraday could generate opportunityto go short at higher levels.
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