That chart pretty much speaks for itself. Gold has breached its 200 dma to the downside many times over the last 10 years. Ironically, once that has occurred - in each and every occurrence - gold has always resumed its bull trend and powered to new nominal record highs. That evidence is indisputable. Any research that forecasts bad news for gold based on it breaking its 200 dma is unequivocally incorrect and therefore useless to the goal of making money and preserving wealth in the precious metals market. Unequivocally.
Let me repost the rGold metric chart, which shows the daily price of gold relative to its 200 dma. Whenever this metric has gone below 1, which means that the price of gold is below its 200 dma, it has signalled a table-pounding - unequivocal - "buy" signal. Here's the chart, which unfortunately ends in 2008 and I don't have the time right now make it current, but you'll get the picture: