Gold – Potentially back in Stage 3
Golds brief move into Stage 2 in February and March looks to have failed with it moving strongly back into the previous Stage 1 base and through two support levels, and looks to have formed potential UTAD and Test events, which could shift the interpretation of the broader base structure from an Stage 1 accumulation structure to still being in a Stage 3 distributional structure.
But whether it's in Stage 1 or Stage 3, the current pattern is that of a UTAD and Test, and hence using the Wyckoff method for analysing the base structure it's potentially now in Phase D of a distribution structure, as it has moved through some initial short entry areas which occurred in the UTAD and Test, but extended on the downside in the short term and closed right at the 200 day moving average.
So if it has an oversold bounce I'll be watching to see if it is weak and forms an LPSY (Last Point of Supply), as that's a potential Wyckoff short entry zone. Or whether it manages to overcome the recent pivot high and starts to form a higher range – which would then potentially be more bullish again.
NYSE Percentage of Stocks Above Their 200 Day, 150 Day and 50 day Moving Averages
Nasdaq Composite Percentage of Stocks Above Their 200 Day, 150 Day and 50 day Moving Averages
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