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“Technically, the shares will also breach their 50-day moving average, and are on course to test their long-term 200-day trendline.”
“At their peaks, global stock markets, including that of the U.S., were extremely overbought above their long-term 200-day moving averages, to a degree that almost always results in a decline at least down to retest the support at that moving average.”
“Now the 50-day moving average has overtaken the 200-day to complete the golden cross.”
“Last July I wrote about the "death cross" on the S&P 500 Index, which is when the 50-day moving average crosses below the 200-day moving average.”
“And of course, Sen. Feingold will continue to raise money over that 200-day period.”
“Crude now appears to have settled near its 200-day moving average.”
“On the defensive against the surging dollar, the euro dropped below its 200-day moving average, which most analysts put around $1.3180, before dipping further below the psychologically key $1.30 mark for the first time since Dec. 1.”
“So many people are following the 200-day moving average, to help differentiate between bull and bear markets, that the indicator may have lost the effect it's had for decades, according to MarketWatch columnist Mark Hulbert.”
“Mr. Upadhyaya said traders might start to take some profits around the 200-day moving average of around $1.3077.”
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