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Market Cycles – Market Phases and Different Types

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NSE:NIFTY   Nifty 50 Index
Types of Market Phases

There are 4 clear market phases, and all markets go through these phases in a repeated way:

All markets go through 4 clear phases in a repeated way:

1.Accumulation Phase
This phase occurs after the market has bottomed and early adopters begin to buy, figuring the worst is over. At this phase, valuations are very attractive, and general market sentiment is still bearish . Overall market sentiment begins to switch from negative to neutral.

The end of an accumulation phase is typically marked by a breakout where trade sentiment moves towards neutral and traders start sniffing an opportunity.

2. Mark up Phase
The market has been stable for a while and is beginning to move higher. The early majority are getting on the bandwagon. Traders, seeing the market is putting in higher lows and higher highs, recognize market direction and sentiment have changed.

Markup phase begins with a breakout and tends to continue till there is a major pullback. Markets start trending upwards and more investors jump on the bandwagon as greed and the fear of losing out take over.

3. Distribution Phase
This part of the cycle is identified by a period in which the bullish sentiment of the previous phase turns into a mixed sentiment. Prices can often stay locked in a trading range that can last a few weeks or even months. The distribution phase is a very emotional time for the markets, as investors are gripped by periods of complete fear interspersed with hope and even greed as the market may at times appear to be taking off again.

This phase is marred with consolidations, breakouts and pullbacks at small scales, identifying trends become difficult.

4. Mark-down Phase
The fourth and final phase in the cycle is the most painful for those who still hold positions. Many hang on because their investment has fallen below what they paid for it refusing to let go in the vain hope of being rescued.

Timing the market correctly is the first step to making profits with TA. You would want to build a system that helps identify an entry point when the market is in the ‘mark up’ phase. The system should then also help you also identify when to exit once the asset is moving from the distribution to the ‘mark down’ phase.
Comment: This is presentation of market cycle, Nifty may or may not behave like this. My maximum target is 16k to 16.5k. I may be wrong. Kindly do your own analysis also before taking any trade.

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GS94 AngusMcK
@AngusMcK, Thanks Sir.
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GS94 GS94
@GS94,This is presentation of market cycle, Nifty may or may not behave like this. My maximum target is 16k to 16.5k. I may be wrong. Kindly do your own analysis also before taking any trade.
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Nifty 7300 ever in future ? NEVER..............
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GS94 Highest-Bidder
@Highest-Bidder, Bro, this is presentation of market cycle, nifty may or may not behave like this. My maximum target is 16k to 16.5k. I may be wrong.
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It's a Dow Theory & Respect the market phases. it always occur in some different trends and Duration
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Highest-Bidder parmardivyansh70
@parmardivyansh70, may be it's theory, but in practical market, it's not of much relevance.
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@GS94 yes agree 16 and 16.5k max jyega then correction aayega 15500 tk phir ek buying start hoga
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dhinesh_kumar Highest-Bidder
@Highest-Bidder, Why not. There is possibility based on Elliott wave. Once completes upmove 16.5-17k, there is major correction. It may even hit that level 7300.
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Highest-Bidder dhinesh_kumar
@dhinesh_kumar, 7300 is impossible. That's the reason why majority of fence sitters couldn't take advantage of this year's magnificent bull Run. Keep waiting for 7300 NIFTY. Will never come.
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