This is an educational idea and not a recommendation to buy or sell.

Trading in the stocks market or futures markets is on e of the riskiest forms of investments available in the financial markets and suitable for sophisticated individuals and institutions. The possibility exists that you could sustain a substantial loss of funds and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. Nothing in this analysis is a recommendation to buy or sell stocks or futures and I shall not be liable for any loss or damage, including without limitation, any loss of profit, which may arise directly or indirectly from the use of this analysis or reliance on such information. Consult your financial advisor prior to investing is stock market.

This is one person’s experience, your experience may differ. Past perfomance is not gaurantee of future gains.
Comment: Reaction may come from outermost parallel (4th reaction line of pitchfork)
Comment: What is fueling the expension of Nifty? All sectors are at the verge of breakout.Is it waiting for correction in all of them?
Comment: UPTHRUST- if at EOD candle close below 15800 (white dotted line), will consider shorting future along with buying a out of money call
Comment: Fractal nature of market
Trade active: Market reversed from 4th parallel, now targeting lower 4th parallel, unless market structure changes.
Comment: War is on, but remember "Momentum Precedes Price"


I remember vividly when you posted pt 1 when nifty was around 11k good times, as per my analysis Nifty should top tomorrow max and correct till 15200... by next 2 weeks?
@zeeshanshadab, I have posted this ideato explain concept of compression and expension in swing structure. When will this expension phase will be over, only market knows, there are chances it may go till 15900. Your analysis is based on what?
Home Stock Screener Forex Screener Crypto Screener Economic Calendar About Chart Features Pricing Refer a friend House Rules Help Center Website & Broker Solutions Widgets Charting Solutions Lightweight Charting Library Blog & News Twitter