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Which Moving Average Is the Best Support?

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Fifty-day? 200-day? Here, an attempt to solve the problem of which moving average provides the best support for stocks.

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Finally, below are the stocks that signaled at the end of last week by pulling back to either the 50-day or 200-day moving average. However, I would not suggest blindly buying these names, since there are a lot of variables to consider before making a trade. In fact, Omnicom Group (NYSE:OMC) fell through its 200-day moving average on Friday, and is now trading well below it.



This article by Rocky White was originally published on Schaeffer's Investment Research.

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