Nifty is likely to trade in the range of 10,480-10,800 in the coming week with a positive bias and dips should be used for buying until 10,480 holds, says Manali Bhatia of Rudra Shares & Stock Brokers
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As expected Indian market traded in a wide range last week and confidence of bulls was seen at every dip. Continued foreign fund inflow and a stable rupee boosted the market sentiments and Nifty finally closed with the gain of 0.9 percent weekly at 10682.2.
Trading in a range is likely to continue in the coming week and dips are likely to be bought.
Fresh put writing in 10,700 strike price suggests the optimism of bulls. Multiple support can be seen looking at the data where approximately 3.35 lakhs contract has been added in 10,600 put option and cumulative open interest in 10,500 put option is raised up to 28 lakhs contract approximately.
Call writing, on the other hand, has shifted towards 10,800 strike price and no writing has been seen in 10,700 strike price suggesting support is shifting upward.
Technical setup also suggests Nifty is moving towards its 200-DMA (10755). However, for further fresh upside, 10,830 need to be taken out on higher side decisively. 10,480, on the other hand, will act as a major support for the week which is 61.8 percent retracement level of the last week range.
In a nutshell, Nifty is likely to trade in the range of 10,480-10,800 in the coming week with a positive bias and dips should be used for buying until 10,480 holds.
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monthly, weekly and daily time frame are trading in a positive zone. The monthly chart is trading with higher top and higher bottom formation
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Monthly RSI also suggests a reversal after a recent correction.
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Raymond | Rating: Buy | Target: Rs 870 | Stop loss: Rs 723 | Return: 12 percentThe stock has violated the declining trend line and has witnessed a bullish crossover of important moving averages. RSI has started trading
in a positive territory that suggests a bullish momentum in coming days.
On the monthly chart, the stock has taken support at 50-day exponential moving average and has formed a bullish candle. Momentum indicators are also supporting the bullish reversal thus can be bought for short-term gain.
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