Death Cross Killed the Santa Rally?

On Friday, 12/7/2018, the S&P 500 presented a pattern called the “Death Cross.” This may sound like a Darth Vader move of some kind, but it is simpler than that, and a whole lot less ominous.

The “Death Cross” is when the 50 day moving average crosses under the 200 day moving average.

Also, quite often (not always . . .) there is a seasonal phenomena called the “Santa Rally,” where the market goes up in December.

So, did the “Death Cross” kill the Santa Rally? I break it all down and show the key levels to watch for in this weeks video.

As always, I really want to hear from you! Please leave your questions and comments. I respond to every one.

Dean

4 Comments

  • Dee

    Reply Reply December 9, 2018

    Dean,

    thank you, always looking forward to your views !
    are you looking for 2603-2818 any time in the day, or on the close only ?

    thank you,
    Dee

    • Dean Jenkins

      Reply Reply December 10, 2018

      I was looking for a break of $2603 – and it happened today, but then price closed higher. A close below that level would be mover convincing . . .

      • dee

        Reply Reply December 11, 2018

        Dean, thank you !

  • dee

    Reply Reply December 10, 2018

    Dean,

    Are you going to be looking interday, or the close of the day ?
    thank you so much !

    dee

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