abhineetramjiwal

#Banknifty Trading Plan for 4 Feb 2022

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abhineetramjiwal Updated   
NSE:BANKNIFTY   NIFTY BANK
Today my view on Banknifty is bearish. I am expecting a really good move in the second half of the day which should be caught by my system; here's what it looks like:

In this chart we've marked 2 price levels which have been determined based on previous day high ( PDH ) and previous day low ( PDL ) of Banknifty . The zone between these two price levels is a strict "No Trade Zone".

If Banknifty crosses/opens or stays above the PDH , we will be looking for long opportunities and if Banknifty crosses/opens or stays below the PDL , we will be looking for short opportunities.

Entry criteria:

Bullish case: Breakout to be followed by retracement which in turn would be followed by a 5 minute candle close above the DAY HIGH.
Bearish case: Breakout to be followed by retracement which in turn would be followed by a 5 minute candle close below the DAY LOW.

Stop Loss criteria:

Ideally the stop loss should be palced just below (in bullish case) or just above (in bearish ) the nearest retracement on the spot chart; this is a just a guide though - in some cases you might actually have to deploy your own discretion. Assuming you're trading at-the-money (ATM) options - the stop loss wouldbe half the stop loss on the spot chart of Banknifty .

Take profit criteria:

ATM Option Buying (Next Week Expiry): Enter with 2 lots. Exit lot number 1 at 1:1 RR. Once 1:1 RR is hit, set Stop Loss of lot 2 to cost and take profit of the same at 1:3 RR.
ATM Option Selling (Current Week Expiry): Enter with 2 lots. Exit lot number 1 at 1:1 RR. Once 1:1 RR is hit, trail profit in lot 2 with the help of 15 EMA on the option chart; exit lot 2 on 5 minute candle close above 15 EMA .

Please note the given zones are valid only until the end of the day. Any open positions must be closed by 15:20 PM IST.
Trade closed manually:
We got a breakout on the downside. However after a quick move till 1:1 RR, the index reversed and we exited our position at cost.

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