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Tuesday, July 21, 2009


An inverted Head & Shoulders is a bottoming pattern, so what is it when it's at the top of a range? Well, it can be an inverted roof. This pattern in GLD's (SPDR Gold Trust ETF) weekly chart looks like it can be an inverted roof pattern setting up.
A measured move breakdown from this pattern could bring price back to previous resistance/support at around $68. If it breaks out to the upside a measured move would bring it to a price around $120. Based on how I drew the right-side trendline, price seems to have broken down and retraced on weak momentum, where a breakdown looks possible. I suppose you can re-draw this trendline to include the most recent price data, in which case we're still waiting on a break.

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