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Ongoing: very basic gold futures (GC) chart analysis

Hi, (Figured T2W was probably the best choice to post this - the participation in other commodity forums is quite poor.) I don't base any trades on technical analysis, but

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افتراضي Ongoing: very basic gold futures (GC) chart analysis

Ongoing: very basic gold futures (GC) chart analysis

Hi,

(Figured T2W was probably the best choice to post this - the participation in other commodity forums is quite poor.)

I don't base any trades on technical analysis, but I do believe it is important to at least be aware of the major levels, i.e. where other players might be looking to load up/down on contracts, or where stops might get triggered.

What really spooked me about GC this week was an unprecedented move (at least over the last few months, from what I've seen) to the downside. It took less than half a minute, during which time GC had dropped nearly 25 dollars. The sort of nightmare move that could destroy an account, hehe...
http://s15.postimage.org/6vh13w89l/u...ented_move.png

Anyway, I think the best tool to avoid such potentially catastrophic and sudden moves is to keep on top of the important levels. Obviously nothing presented below is particularly original - but if anyone else who has experience reading charts (and I don't consider myself one of them) would care to share their own take on what they view as the important reference prices for GC, I'd be a willing reader.

Here's my take, for the moment:
November 29, 2012:

http://s15.postimage.org/i4ms24ue1/2..._29_weekly.png

http://s15.postimage.org/7qly8w9nd/2012_11_29_daily.png

http://s15.postimage.org/gob9jzrh5/2..._29_hourly.png

http://s14.postimage.org/z0qjb46pr/2...alf_hourly.png

WRT Technical Analysis, my personal view is that simple is good.

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