Gold Prices: Making Sense of the “Death Cross”

Gold prices have tumbled 16% since last summer and, more recently, suffered a “death cross” leading many investors to question whether or not gold’s bubble has popped.

If you’re not familiar with the term, a death cross is what it’s called when the 50-day moving average of the price of a traded instrument – in this case gold – crosses the 200-day moving average from above.

I disagree.

I think that the 16% drop since last September is simply based on a…

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