Well That "Death Cross" Could Not Have Been A Worse Sell Signal

Just a note. If you sold stocks because of the so-called “Death Cross” in the S&P, you totally blew it.

The moment when the 50-day moving average on the S&P crossed below the 200-day one was a great time to buy, not sell.

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