The HDFC Bank extended decline today, after marking its biggest single-day drop since March 2020.In the last two days alone, HDFC Bank has corrected more than 12%.

This decline is fine but there's another picture to it which no one is talking about.

While there is so much panic among investors and traders but this panic can be a good investment opportunity.

There exists a curve resistance at long term charts around 1700-1720 levels which HDFC respected this time also and fell from that level.

On the other hand, If we talk about technical patterns, There is a clear Inverse Head & Shoulders pattern in making at long term charts. Such long term chart patterns don't fail most of the time.

HDFC current market price is 1500 and It is trading at a support zone of 1480-1500 & valuation is good at cmp.

Inverse Head & Shoulders pattern breakout level is 1690-1700.

Breakout of this pattern will take it to 2200 levels which is approximate 46-47% upside from current level. Incase It falls further, then It can be added more at 1450-1420-1400 levels.

This could be a great investment for long term investors.
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CMP 1477

I have invested 60% allocation in HDFC and created long position just now.

I am ready to invest more at 1450-1420 levels if comes.
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CMP 1448

Invested 20% more just now.

Can be added more if 1420-1400 arrives.
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Invested last 20% at 1388 today.

Fully 100% Invested now!
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CMP 1470
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CMP 1447

Still trading above my average buying price and trading in a small range.
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Still trading in a good demand zone & consolidating.
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CMP 1447
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Still trading within 1420-1450 range.

trading at my buying price.
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CMP 1460
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CMP 1528

Investment position 100 rupees in profit.
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CMP 1552

124 rupees in profit.

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