500 points breakout target reached in just one day

The NIFTY broke out of a trading range on Thursday  morning. Earlier we had suggested buying the NIFTY if it breaks and move above 9400. This event happened on Thursday morning, and traders should be long. The market opened with a 200 points gap up on Friday, at 9753, giving a 300 points profit on Thursday trade. If you book profit at this level, it was a sensible act.

PVT BANKS have outperformed on Friday  and closed higher by 2.51%. Within the Index, In terms of points, HDFCBANK contributed highest while INDUSIND BANK contributed lowest.

Trade direction

The trend is up, but markets are probably over extended. Traders should look for significant dips to buy. With the NIFTY in a firm trend, it is possible to take swing trades on the buy side. During intraday dips, buy at The Money CALLS.

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