Hi traders/investor,
In my last post of axis bank , it was in sell mode til upper end of red channel gets taken out it remained in sell mode. But crossing it fulfilled the taken out condition of channel By giving close above the clear break out candle. This gives me clue that chances to go down is negligible now. Well with one condition If green support is not taken out on lower time frame and later on same day in daily time frame. It means If price breach lower green support and in coming days. The one hr candle should remains out of this green support plus next any of two hours candles close below breached candle.If lower time frame condition gets fulfilled . Then If any body long on stock should cover his/her position. And confirmation will be seen when same day daily candle gives close below support green line. Then only shorts can be initiated for target of white upper band of lower zone. Similarly Buy condition will be activated when same details work in upper green resistance. Price between two green line is no trading zone. If any body long or short in trade should cover their positions in this zone. Right now biased is for long side can change opp side when lower taken out is fulfilled. In every analysis I make you remember that be flexible with your analysis change with conditions . These provide you clear direction of trend , entry and exit if in wrong side of trade.
Investors should follow upper green resistance condition in this way you will be part of confirmed bottom. That assurance is need by every investor to put their money for long term investment. if this stock confirm upper taken out condition then you will get good return in 18 months. Traders upper target is upper zone upper band. Early deduction of trend change is always needed in stock market rather to trade in hope. Rest market will decide.


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