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Update on Gold, Copper and Silver Trading
Above all, what happened last week should be seen as an example of how trade disputes can affect day trading futures.
The annual meeting between leaders of the Group of Seven industrialized nations began in Canada last week (G-7 summit). Prior to the meeting, President Donald Trump decided to call out trade agreements between France, Canada and the US. This led to serious tension at the summit. As a result, President Trump has decided to leave the gathering early.
“The six countries of the G-7 without the United States are a bigger market taken together than the American market. There will be no world hegemony if we know how to organize ourselves. And we don’t want there to be one,” French President Emmanuel Macron said in Ottawa on Thursday with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau by his side.
In addition, Trump is also currently feuding over trade with China and Mexico, the US’s neighboring country to the south. Due to this feuding, feelings around the Gold, Silver and Copper Futures markets wasn’t as chipper as many hoped.
How Do Political Disputes Affect Day Trading Futures?
These political disagreements can be a nightmare for day trading futures, especially with someone in charge who has a tendency to publicly attack other nations and their leadership so quickly. This can cause big swings in the market that can be hard to avoid and get out of when going against you.
As a result of this volatility, the price of gold has actually increased, holding on to a .2% increase during the week. This is typical during political turmoil, as many rush to obtain assets such as precious metals as a way of avoiding any type of recession or decreased trading.
“While risk aversion created from heightened trade concerns is positive for gold, expectations over higher U.S. interest rates are likely to threaten upside gains,” said Lukman Otunuga, research analyst at FXTM. “With the [Federal Reserve] expected to announce another interest rate increase next week, zero-yielding gold may face some headwinds down the road.”
Above all, make sure you pay attention to a specific resistance level if you’re day trading futures. Chintan Karnani, chief market analyst at Insignia Consultants, believe that resistance level lies at $1,312.60. If the market breaks that level, look for it to continue trending upward.
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