It seems like AARTIIND has been printing the flag & pole formation on a constant basis.
As of this point, we could wait for a consolidation in the area of 970-1025.
If we get a consolidation, it would be a good area to buy it for longer time frame in mind.
Not Sure if this is multiple Flag and Pole Pattern: Volume Looks like after 2 Consecutive breakouts there are days of consolidation where volumes are low.
Mahindra in coming days could touch its all time high. Festivals + Outlook + News suggest so.
Bajaj Finance Ltd. formed a Flag and Pole formation on a daily time frame.
Details are given in the chart itself. View it in detail.
Target 1: 750-770 points
Target 2: 1450-1500 points
on the upside.
The downside level of 7000 will act as psychological support for the price.
L&T formed a flag and Pole Pattern on an hourly chart. The analysis is backed by the increase in the volume of bulls at the time of the formation of the pole and the decrease in the volume of bears in the Flag formation justifying the two most important criteria for Flag and Pole patterns to give a breakout.
Still, it is the stock market so be prepared with arms...
After a good uptrend Apollo Tyres was in consolidation which is making a flag and pole pattern. We can see the breakout of this pattern and a very good uptrend. So keep an eye on this stock for a swing trade.
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In hourly time frame, I can see 2 patterns:
1. Flag Pole
2. Symmetrical triangle.
For both the patterns, following would be the targets:
1. Break-Out i.e Bullish - 1st Target : 36000
2nd Target : 36200
2. Break-Down i.e Bearish - 1st Target : 35700
2nd Target :...
JK Tyre and industries have given a breakout of pole and flag pattern and also has a "narrow monthly Value Area". So we can expect a good move upside if the market remains bullish.
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As the title says JSW Steel is making a Flag nad Pole pattern. Wait for it to break its Trendline. In the picture you can see a Flag and Pole Pattern with 3 zones to help you to select your SL and Target.
PS: I'm not a SEBI registered Analyst.