End of Day Bias When Outside Day Below Averages

For today’s end of day analysis, we will take a look at what happens historically on the day following an outside day that is below our main moving averages. We briefly looked at the outside day + 50 day low, but there were so few occurances of this, we needed to alter the historic data we looked at.

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