Gold Futures: With our initial target at the 1,130.93 level, its Feb. 22, 2009 high, hit on Tuesday, we are now shifting our attention to the Jan. 20, high at 1,141.48. The commodity has been on the offensive since turning higher off its Feb. 25, 2010 low at 1,088.20 and now a break and hold above the 1,141.48 level is expected to trigger further strength toward the 1,161.88 level, the Feb. 11 high, followed by the psychological level at 1,200 and then the 2009 high at 1.226.33.Its daily stochastics is bullish and trending higher, supporting this view. On any pullback from its present price levels, its violated resistance at the 1,130.93 level will come in as the initial support with a turn below there triggering further weakness toward the 1,088.20 level. A breach of there will create scope for more downside pressure toward its long-term rising trend line currently at 1,062.83. This level is expected to cap declines if seen. On the whole, with the bulls remaining in charge, risk continues to build toward the 1,141.48/1,161.88 levels.