Fading Gaps After Higher Close Yet Lower Than 3 Day Prior Close

We recently saw the S&P market move above it’s moving averages, but that is not what we are going to focus on today. Instead, we will take a look at what happens historically when a market closes higher, yet is lower than the close of three days prior. Learn why this type of gap has favored the short side historically.

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