Gold is bullish and has recently crossed $1850 which it hasn’t touched for over 6 months. As we embark into this territory, we have revisited the charts to draw new support and resistance levels.
Keep in mind that FOMC minutes came out yesterday and were perceived as hawkish which is effectively bullish for the Dollar. If the correlation persists, this will be bearish for Gold. Analysts expect Gold to continue its bull run but we can still expect some pullbacks down toward these key support levels.
EUR/USD has lost some steam and encountered a reversal as the Dollar hit support. We should see EUR/USD fall in the near term as the Dollar pushes up for its well-deserved retracement.
Tesla has had some backlash lately but as we analyze the fundamentals of the company, we can see that these accusations of a failing car company are wildly inaccurate.
Tesla only barely missed targets for Q4 delivering 25,000, fewer vehicles than their target of 430,000. Coupled with global logistics issues, a global recession, geopolitical issues, and production problems, one could say this may even be a success.
Elon Musk predicted the car company would grow by 50% annually but instead, it grew by 40% which has also contributed to the fall in stock price. Even as the stock has tumbled 65% to mid-2022 lows, Tesa is still the most valuable automaker in the world.
Bitcoin has also seen some steady gains in the last 24 hours, briefly crossing the $17,000 mark but was rejected after FOMC minutes came out hawkish.
In today’s DIFX Analytics, we’re going to look into the following assets:
Tesla’s deliveries grow by 40% in 2022, still the most valuable car company in the world
Tesla has been on a steep decline this year as they missed the target for deliveries. Elon Musk forecasted massive growth in Q4 but ultimately missed that target. Tesla delivered 405K vehicles in Q4 but had a target of 430K, not that far off considering the global climate.
Tesla’s overall deliveries for 2022 rose by 40% which also missed the target which was 50% growth for 2022, which again, cannot really be considered a failure. These were down to production and logistics issues but even as the stock tumbled, Tesla is still the most valuable car company in the world.
Bitcoin still eyeing $17k
Bitcoin is still making that push for $17,000. The asset saw some positive momentum as the markets reopened for 2023 but after some hawkish comments from the Fed, we saw a slight pullback in the digital asset.
Currently, the asset is sitting at a pivot area which has been treated as a support level. Before the drop, we saw Bitcoin touch $16948 and we expect it to test this level again in the near term.
EUR/USD is bearish
EUR/USD is falling into bearish territory. The FX pair bounced off support at $1.05 but we expect it to test this level again.
RSI has fallen to the 55 levels as bearish signals take over the asset. The Hawkish tone from the Fed will give some bull to the Dollar and subsequently result in a falling EURUSD.
Gold Support & Resistance Levels
The support levels drawn in Blue are levels we see the asset retracing toward if there is any pullback.
- Support 1: $1833
- Support 2: $1808
- Support 3: $1785
The resistance levels on the chart are levels at which we see the asset rising if the bullish momentum continues.
- Resistance 1: $1877
- Resistance 2: $1896
- Resistance 3: $1916
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