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FOMC Gold Elliott wave analysis: price falters to 1300

Sanmi Adeagbo | Mar. 20, 2019
EURUSD Elliott wave long and short term forecasts expect the current dip to continue to 1.116 before a big bullish push to 1.18-1.21
Gold still remains under bearish pressure. From Elliott wave perspective, if price dips below 1303, a new 5-wave dip to 1260 might have been triggered.
Bitcoin is retesting 4000 and requires a stronger momentum to see it off to 4200. A triangle pattern from 3300 is getting narrower at the mouth.
Today, traders will shift their focus to the UK Retail Sales and BOE’s monetary policy meeting. The following GBPUSD technical analysis explains more.
EURUSD is dropping below 1.14 after the FOMC dovish comments propelled price above it. The following give insights based on Elliott wave theory.
Gold price has dropped to 1300 after pice complete a bearish pattern. Ahead of FOMC decisions on Wednesday, the following give insights.
After multiple Ripple adoption news in the last few weeks, XRP has remained unchanged. When will price break out of the current contrasting triangle?
Gold has completed an intraday bearish wave pattern that suggests further dips below 1292 could happen especially if 1311 still holds as an intraday top.
Fed meeting favors Gold price rally
Squared Direct | Mar. 19, 2019
Gold prices are on the bid for the third straight day as the USD remains in the defensive ahead of the Fed meeting. The following gold price rally explains
Bitcoin bull, Tom Lee, expects 2019 to be a period of market repair for cryptocurrency. He believes a recovery could happen afterwards.
Litecoin price doubles in 2019, what next?
Sanmi Adeagbo | Mar. 18, 2019
Litecoin's growth hit 100% in 2019 so far and there is room for more. Will Litecoin be a a good alternative to Bitcoin or even replace it?
Gold is retracing above 1300 with a possible bearish run to 126x likely to follow. The FOMC coming on Wednesday could be a much-needed trigger.