Gold price is retreating to test the critical 200-Daily Moving Average (DMA) at $1,796, at the time of writing.
Gold bulls reclaimed that barrier for the first time since mid-June on Thursday.
The 14-day Relative Strength Index (RSI) has turned flat just beneath the overbought territory, justifying the latest leg down in Gold price.
Should the 200DMA resistance-turned-support give way, then a drop toward the November 15 high at $1,787 cannot be ruled out.
The next corrective target is seen at the previous day’s low of $1,768, below which floors will open up for a test of the bullish 21DMA at $1,749.
Alternatively, Gold buyers year for a weekly closing above the 200DMA, above which the $1,800 mark will be challenged once again.
Further up, the previous day’s high at $1,805 and the August 10 top at $1,808 will be put to test.