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Golden Cross
In Technical Analysis, a Golden Cross is formed when a Short moving average breaks above a longer one when both rise.
    
The signal is considered much stronger if the cross is formed after the moving averages have stayed close to each other for some time. A crossover involving a Security's Short-term moving average (such as 15-day moving average) breaking above its Long-term moving average (such as 50-day moving average) or Resistance level.
    
As Long-term indicators carry more weight, the Golden Cross indicates a Bull market on the horizon and is reinforced by High trading volumes. Additionally, the Long-term moving average becomes the new support level in the rising market.
    
Technicians might see this cross as a sign that the market has turned in favor of the stock.
Posted by  Institute for International Research
 
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