What will happen to XAUUSD after Trump defeated in US election

Gold have ticked higher on Friday to reach seven-week highs at $1,951.
Gold has appreciated nearly 4% on the week boosted by USD weakness amid post-US election risk rally.

XAU/USD rallies on risk appetite

The mild pullback from Thursday’s highs ar $1950 area found support at $1,935 and the yellow metal resumed its uptrend during the European trading session. The weaker greenback amid a broad risk rally has boosted the dollar-denominated commodity which is set to close its best weekly performance in four months.

The outcome of the US Presidential elections, with the Democrat candidate, Joe Biden, reaching closer to the White House and the Republicans holding control of the senate has boosted appetite for risk. Investors have welcomed the perspective of a split congress that might block Democrat attempts to tighten economic regulations or hike rates to Corporate America.

The upbeat US Non-Farm Payrolls report, which has shown a 638,000 increment on private sector employment in October, beating market expectations of 600,000 rise, has given a mild impulse to the USD. The pair, however, has been contained above $1,940 again, to bounce up shortly afterwards and consolidate beyond $1,950 near the weekly close.

From a technical perspective, the pair lies now right below mid-September highs at $1,970. Above here, next potential resistance lies at $2,015 (August 18 high) which guards the path towards long-term high at $2,075 (August, 7 high).

TIMEFRAME H1

Sell arrow has come out twice on the main chart but it posted the false signals.
Wait for 3rd signal Sell arrow on the main chart along with a mini line arrow for Sell entry. (No arrow no entry Sell)

TIMEFRAME H4

On timeframe H4, it needs to break the three resistant 1973, 1995 & 2015
Checkout Sell arrow signal on timeframe H1, If price touch one of the three resistant and pullback. The 3rd arrow signals Sell on H1 is good to follow

Quote “Arrow signals on resistant or support line is the best signals to follow”

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