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 Gold Price Resistance & Support
Resistance and support levels for the price of gold

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February 28, 2012. This graph shows the price of gold (more gold charts and current quote) from January 1, 2000 through February 27, 2012.  The dashed green lines show major support levels.  The dashed red line shows the major resistance level line that has been tested three times in the past decade.   I also show GLD, the exchange traded fund for gold. 

Check-out my August 25, 2011 Graph that some places didn't want to publish (probably because they have gold advertisers!) so I posted it on my own web site.

The second chart below shows Gold recently formed an inverted head and shoulder pattern.

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I switched back to "Bullish on Gold" on 10/5/11.  The inverted head and shoulder bottom pattern is now being "tested from above."  You could use a stop just below the neckline on a buy here with a minimum target for the pattern that should break $2,000 per ounce.  I have individual stocks in my explore portfolio that I believe will do batter so I have my money there, but gold bugs should be happy with this chart.
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