Nifty Moon Cycle – Will it push prices higher again?
A move above 17,650 can push prices higher towards possibly 18,000 mark but it is important to that support near 17,350 remains intact.
What is Bank Nifty fibonacci, Elliott Wave open interest analysis suggesting?
We expect Bank Nifty to move in a broad range between 36,000 and 35,500 levels. A decisive close above 36,000 is required for short covering in this index, said Ashish Kyal of wavesstrategy.com
Technical charts show trend reversal in Nifty, range may now shift to 15,700–15,500
The market looks to be at a crucial juncture and a break below the low of 15,570 may accelerate the selling pressure, which can reverse the medium-term trend to the downside
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Understanding & analysing crude oil movement using Hurst’s time cycles
Charts clearly suggest that news or events only result in volatility but time cycles are an objective way of trading the commodity.
Hurst’s time cycles suggest its time to buy gold again, here's why
Once the trend is clear on a bigger time frame, a trader can then drill down to smaller time-frame charts to time the exact entry using simple methods of Time and Candle Sticks.
Bitcoin Crashed – China News or Hurst’s Time Cycles Working?
Going ahead the top made near 59250 levels will remain protected until 20th June and any rallies can be used as shorting opportunity as the cycles remain in “Sell Mode”
Bulls can regain control if Nifty holds on to 14,415 in 15-minute cycle: Ashish Kyal
As long as 15 minutes cycle's low near 14415 is protected, prices can show range-bound movement with a positive bias. A break below 14,415 will suggest cycles are entering into a sell zone, which can take it lower towards the earlier support area of 14,200.
Why Bank Nifty corrected sharply and what lies ahead
Short-term range-bound movement can be expected. Pullbacks should be temporary and one can form the trading strategy by looking at simple yet powerful methods of Ichimoku Cloud and Neo wave patterns.
How volumes can provide insight into Institutional traders' strategy: Ashish Kyal
Volume Profile alone is not the only for taking signals but it gives the important context to the market.
Nifty Gann Square of 9 suggests a close above 15,250 could resume the uptrend: Ashish Kyal
In a nutshell, Nifty is flirting around the important Gann level of 15190. A decisive weekly close above 15250 giving some leeway will indicate a resumption of the positive trend.
Speed of execution, eye for patterns required to make money using Fractals, says Ashish Kyal
By knowing fractal nature one can know what to expect next and how prices will behave. News or events will only clutter the reasoning but what works is the ability to decipher the chart.
Heads up, if Nifty in 'Expanding Triangle', be ready for volatility
The ongoing up move post-wave x can either be a Diametric or an Expanding Triangle pattern as wave e is the biggest, so far. Expanding triangles are most common during very large complex corrections.
Nifty Neo wave with Bollinger Bands: Why is it lethargic?
Elliott wave method combined with Bollinger Bands and ROC indicator gives the overall context of the market, and range bound move between 12,100 and 11,650 can be expected.
Spot the trend! 55 days Hurst Time Cycle suggests Nifty is in a buy mode
The major difference is that the Hurst Cycle analysis helps us to predict the time and the Elliott wave focuses more on price. This element of time can help us to forecast the Elliott wave pattern.
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