200 Day SMA Duration


200 Day Moving Average Duration Comparison

The 200 day moving average is a proxy for the general trend of a market. It’s notoriously SLOW, but it does a good job keeping you on the correct side of the market. As such, the chart below provides an overview of each market in reference to their 200 day simple moving average (SMA). Markets that have rising 200 day moving averages (i.e. bullish) appear pointed right, while those that have falling 200 day moving averages (i.e. bearish) appear pointed left. The scale of the chart refers to the number of days in which the 200 day moving average has been rising or falling. This simple moving average comparison is not to be used for buy or sell signals but rather as a general overview of current trend duration.

Chart Overview:

  • Gray: <= 100 day duration.
  • Blue: > 100 but < 200 day duration.
  • Orange: >= 200 day duration.


200 Day Moving Average Market Duration Comparison:


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