crossover rule


A rule in technical analysis stating that an investor in a particular financial instrument, such as a stock, takes a long position when the positive directional indicator (+DI) portion of the Directional Movement Index (DMI) crosses above the negative directional indicator (-DI) portion. A short position is initiated when the -DI crosses above the +DI.
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crossover refunded cross-sectional ratio analysis