Death Cross

Death Cross

In charting and technical analysis, a crossover in which a security's long-term moving average falls below its support level or short-term moving average. That is, a death cross is the point on a chart where the long-term moving average price of a security crosses a bearish indicator on the chart. The death cross must be reinforced by high trading volume. The death cross indicates that the security has become bearish and some technical analysts see this is as a time to sell. The death cross becomes the security's resistance level in a rising market.
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The Hindenburg Omen, death cross, VIX and Fibonacci are favourites.
Adding to the nervousness were some technical warning signs in the financial markets including the dreaded Death Cross in the Dow.
Past pattern A death cross in March 2011 heralded an 18 per cent drop to a 28-month low in December, the data show.
com/aapltrader-blog/apples-death-cross/) The Apple Death Cross
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In late June and early July every business talk show in the media was mentioning a stock market death cross (50 moving average crossing over to the downside the 200 moving average) and a massive head and shoulders top pattern (symmetrical bearish pattern that can often predict the target) in the S&P 500 Index and the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
com: Death Cross Forms in Dow Industrials Down 5% Since Record High
The picture looks very poor as the ten and 30-day moving averages have crossed the 200-day average line, a formation known as the death cross.