MW broke below the support of the 200 DMA on Sept 15 - a level that it did not trade under since Aug 2004. The price of the shares fell substantially once it broke below the 200 DMA, but the quick increase over the past two months has erased most of these losses. This chart is very interesting because the 100 DMA is about to cross below the 200 DMA, which is a signal used by traders to predict longer-term shifts in trend. Notice how the longer-term trend shifted upwards when the 100 DMA crossed above the 200 DMA in Aug 2004. The question now arises: "Will the cross that we are about to see (100 DMA crossing below 200 DMA) have the opposite effect than it did Aug 2004?" In other words, are we about to see the trend shift downward?