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  • Gold remains below the monthly rising trend line.
  • A three-week-old horizontal line on the bear’s radar.
  • Buyers will have to cross the ascending resistance line from late-February.

Gold prices extend the downside, currently -0.62% on a day to $1,707, post-breaking one-month-old rising trend line.

While sellers are targeting three-week-old horizontal support around $1,645/40 during the further declines, a daily closing below $1,720 becomes necessary for them to stay at the helm.

In doing so, a 21-day SMA level $1,631 will be their next target after breaking the aforementioned horizontal line around $1,640.

On the contrary, a daily closing beyond $1,720 will keep the bulls hopeful to confront an upward sloping trend line since February 24, 2020, at $1,740.50 now.

It’s also important to know that the bullion’s run-up beyond $1,741 could help it cross the latest top surrounding $1,748.

Gold daily chart

Trend: Pullback expected