Below is a list of stocks that experienced a death cross (50SMA < 200SMA) in the last 5 days.
The "death cross" is a chart pattern reflecting recent price weakness.
It refers to the drop of a short-term moving average - meaning the average of recent closing prices for a stock over a set period of time - below a longer-term moving average.
Despite its ominous name, the death cross is not a market milestone worth dreading. Market history suggests it tends to precede a near-term rebound with above-average returns.
NOTE: Scans are conducted after market close each day, so companies in the table met the criteria at the most recent close.
List of Companies
At the close: 4/12/23 (AEDT)