Varroc Engineering Bullish Bias - Short Term Swing Trade


Possible swing trade opportunity

CMP - 436
Stop Loss 1 - 420
Stop Loss 2 - 405
Strict Stop Loss 3 - 375

Target 1 – 470 ( Next 5 to 7 days )
Target 2 – 524 ( 2 to 3 weeks )
Target 3 - 550 ( 3 to 5 weeks )

Reasons for my conviction -
1) No left side immediate resistance except a small gap which may get filled with the momentum in the stock
2) Moving in the channel
3) Respecting the 20 EMA
4) As per FIB series, the RR looks good in terms of upside potential. It's supporting the internal fib numbers. Refer to 0.5 & 0.618 fib support and todays close happened right at the fib series of 0.786
5) Had a breakout on May 21st with good volume . Did a retest in last 6 trading sessions and again a breakout today with almost the same level of deliveries as May 21st.
6) Today's close is above the VWAP of 429.9
7) Weekly chart also looks good.
8) If it respects the FIB series, I see potential targets as 470 & 524 & 550

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Trade closed: stop reached: Closing this trade as it has hit the SL. Even though its within the fib retracement levels, I am bearish because its broken all 3 EMA's or 20, 50 & 100 and continues to be on downtrend.

This did not play out as per my expectations!


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