For the second consecutive day, the NIFTY moved in a narrow range with a daily range of just 127 points. This is lower than Friday, which already had a lower range of 155 points approx. Narrow ranges are sign of an impending big move. What we cannot say is the direction in which the move will come.
The NIFTY breaks out of the large trading range above 9400. it also breakdown below 8900. Given the current close of 9300, it is probably easier for the NIFTY to move up and cross 9400. Or rather, it is easier for the trader to take the trade if 9400 is broken on the upside.
This is so because the trader will have to see a rally of 100 points before this breakout occures. For the downside brekdown, the NIFTY will have to move from 9300 to 8900 for the breakdown to get confirmed. This means a 400 points decline is needed before confirmation. This is probably not a good trade.
A narrow range day which is repeatedly visible in the NIFTY tells us that a big move is coming soon. Traders should be ready to buy above 9350 in anticipation of an upside breakout. They should also be willing to go short below 9200, in anticipation of a decline towards 8900.
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Source: Economic Times, Moneycontrol ,Business Today, Business Standard, Bloomberg Quint
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