Close Above 10 & 20 Day Moving Average Not Beneficial for Fading Gap

In today’s daily wrap, we will discuss fading gaps in the markets when the close of the previous day is above the 10 and 20 day moving average. Looking at the data, we are not confident in fading the gap when this type of close presents itself as both short and long historical data is showing fading as a losing strategy.

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