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Gold prices dropped to $1,825 during the Asian session on Wednesday. The yellow metal is seen to be trading close to the session lows at around $1,826 at this point in writing and is expected to resume higher anytime soon from here. Bulls need to hold prices above $1,805 and subsequently $1,786 to keep the structure intact.
Gold prices are unfolding a counter-trend rally towards $1,920 since printing lows at around the $1,786 levels. The metal seems to have terminated its first and second wave at around $1,880 and $1,805 levels respectively. If the above structure holds well, prices would resume higher from here and push through $1,920 going forward.
Gold prices are working on a larger degree downswing between $1,998 and $1,786 as discussed earlier. The Fibonacci 0.618 retracement of the above drop is seen through $1,920 (highlighted as a rectangle here). The high probability remains for a bearish reversal if prices manage to reach there.
Potential rally through $1,920 against $1,781