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The last important dead crossing is clear to engulf the stock market

Ominus sounding deaths have emerged in the stock market as weed, with the last and probably the last important thing that is so crossed to grab Dow. Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -1.63% is on the verge of joining other major stock market indices in a so-called death cross, where 50-day short-term trend traffickers cross 200 days, are used to determine a long-term trend in an asset. Diagram guards think such a cross marks the point where a shorter term is in the longer term. Currently, Dows 50-day moving average is at 25,1 73.14 compared to its 200-day average of 25,083.23, according to FactSet data, from Friday's closing of trading. It sets 50 days less than 90 points shy to break the long-term average, which may occur before the end of this week or next, based on the current rate of decline. Dow has suffered a series of punishing drops of freaking fears to slow down global growth, unresolved trade barriers and rate of pace in Federal Reserve rates increase, with Monday's actions threatening to place Dow at its lowest exit level 2018 at 24,100.51. Read: Therefore, Fed will not save the stock market despite its worst December start since 1980 Check out: Shares have not yet seen panic "Sales associated with the bottom of the market: Chart Watcher Moved to Dow comes from a number of bearish patterns that have broken up on equity and fixed income markets, highlighting growing concerns about the sustainability of a bull run in…

Ominus sounding deaths have emerged in the stock market as weed, with the last and probably the last important thing that is so crossed to grab Dow.

Dow Jones Industrial Average

DJIA, -1.63%

is on the verge of joining other major stock market indices in a so-called death cross, where 50-day short-term trend traffickers cross 200 days, are used to determine a long-term trend in an asset. Diagram guards think such a cross marks the point where a shorter term is in the longer term.

Currently, Dows 50-day moving average is at 25,1

73.14 compared to its 200-day average of 25,083.23, according to FactSet data, from Friday’s closing of trading. It sets 50 days less than 90 points shy to break the long-term average, which may occur before the end of this week or next, based on the current rate of decline.

Dow has suffered a series of punishing drops of freaking fears to slow down global growth, unresolved trade barriers and rate of pace in Federal Reserve rates increase, with Monday’s actions threatening to place Dow at its lowest exit level 2018 at 24,100.51.

Read: Therefore, Fed will not save the stock market despite its worst December start since 1980

Check out: Shares have not yet seen panic “Sales associated with the bottom of the market: Chart Watcher

Moved to Dow comes from a number of bearish patterns that have broken up on equity and fixed income markets, highlighting growing concerns about the sustainability of a bull run in stocks that lasted about a decade because the vital signs of the economy have also been strong , in a long-term, if measured, recovering from the financial crisis 2007-09.

A number of strategists have underlined the recent death corses materializing the death crosses appeared in the S & P 500 index about 10 days ago and another was formed in that small-cap Russell 2000 index

RUT, -1.32%

in mid November.

The blockage of pessimistic death cuts is not the only worrying sign in the markets.

MarketWatch columnist Philip van Doorn says that more than half of the S & P 500 constituents are on the market for bears, generally defined as a 20% decrease from a new peak.

On top of that, 10% fell from October 3rd all the time, which qualified index for it usually uses the definition of a correction. Dow joined the S & P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite Index

COMP, -1.78%

in the correction area, while close to levels seen Monday morning would put Russell 2000 smallstock in bear-market mode.

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