End of Day When Above 10 Day But Below 200 Day Moving Average

For today’s end of day analysis, we will take a look at what happens historically when the market closes above the 10 day moving average but below the corresonding 200 day moving average. Does the market tend to continue to rise or do we see a pullback down toward that 10 day moving average?

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