Monday, 6 November 2017

Nifty Spot Outlook for 07th Nov

NIFTY


Nifty spot opened at 10431.75 and made a low of 10413.75 , it made a high of 10490.45 , before closing at 10451.80 . 

Had mentioned that long positions for the day can be taken above 10470 and short positions can be taken below 10435.  Nifty triggered our short trade initially and completed 2 targets and took our TSL . Nifty then  triggered our long trade and missed our 2nd target by 5 points and again took our TSL .  

Had mentioned in the previous post " Now in the coming session Nifty needs to break and sustain below 10435 to test  10420 - 10415 initially and sustaining below it we can see a further correction till 10395 - 10380  . Similarly breaking and sustaining above 10470 we can see a test of 10490 - 10495 initially and breaking and sustaining above it we can see a further move till 10510 - 10525 " , and today Nifty made a low of 10413.75 just below our initial support and reversed and made a high of 10490.45 at our initial resistance level for the day . 

Now in the coming session Nifty needs to break and sustain below 10435 to test 10415 - 10410 initially and sustaining below it we can see a further correction till 10395 - 10380. Similarly breaking and sustaining above 10470 we can see a test of 10490 - 10495 initially and sustaining above it we can a further move till 10510 - 10525 . 


Nifty Spot Levels for the day are

Long above 10470 for 10480 - 10495 - 10525 , SL 10445

Short below 10435 for 10425 - 10410 - 10380 , SL 10460

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