The Nifty rollovers stand at 71 percent which is higher than the 3-month average of 68 percent, but lower than November series rollover of 75 percent.
What a day for Indian markets? Sensex jumped by over 450 points to reclaim Mount 36K while Nifty saw a rally of over 100 points to close above 10850.
From expiry to expiry perspective, Nifty rose more than 7 percent to post its highest single series gain since March 2016.
Nifty rollovers stand at 71 percent which is higher than the 3-month average of 68 percent, but lower than November series rollover of 75 percent.
Well, after around 18 trading sessions of a range bound move, the market has finally broken on the upside.
The Index has managed to move past the resistance band of around 10780 and also its 200-DMA, onto the range of 10850-10950.
This certainly indicates a bullish bias; however, the broader markets are a cause of concern, highlights experts.
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“The gains were mainly driven by few of the heavyweight counters and the broad base move was missing. In fact, if we meticulously watch the midcap index then there are signs of weakness in the prices as well in its indicator and hence one needs to be cautious on stock picking as we have seen many false moves in the last few sessions,” GEPL Capital said in a report.
“On the lower side, as far as levels are concerned Wednesday's gap around 10695-10700 will now act an immediate support, with intermediate supports placed around the earlier bar of 10450 levels,” it said.
Nifty formed a bullish candle on the expiry day
The index climbed crucial resistance levels which led to the breakout thanks to strong global cues from the US Fed which led to short coverings.
Three levels to watch: 10782, 10900, 11000
Max Call OI: 11000, 11500
Max Put OI: 10000, 10500
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