J.J. Zhang’s Winner Take All: Gold’s death cross is no reason to
The definition of a death cross can vary depending on who you ask but generally it refers to the 50-day moving average crossing under the 200-day moving average. A common condition added to this definition is that the 200-day moving average must also be on a downward trend.
Generally this is seen as a bearish sign and is supposed to indicate that the market has a negative outlook on the future of gold prices.
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