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Direction Of Moving Averages – Technical Analysis

In a blog post on Tuesday, I mentioned We objectively noted that the direction of a key moving average is more important than one or two closes above or below it.

This statement was made in reference to the bearishness expressed by many when, just 2 1/2 weeks earlier, the $SPY closed below the […]

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Is The S&P 500 Closing in on Resistance?

Twelve days ago the $SPY made its second close below the advancing 200 day moving average. Amateur technicians spoke in unison about the bearishness of this event. We objectively noted that the direction of a key moving average is more important than one or two closes above or below it. From that […]

By |June 19th, 2012|Articles, Education, General Blogs|Comments Off on Is The S&P 500 Closing in on Resistance?

Is the "Death Cross" Bullish?

The “Death Cross” is a supposedly bearish event which is characterized by the 50 day moving average crossing down through the 200 day moving average. When a market experiences a “death cross” it is supposed to be a negative for the market going forward. WHen the 50 day MA undercut the 200 day […]

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