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Friday, May 23, 2014

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Nifty gaped up above BRN and NS BRN levels.Went long on the BPB of PDH. TP when second attempt to go above 7380 failed. Went short on the retest of 7380 as FTC. TP at PDH. Another short on the break of PDH to the downside after a pull back to NS RN.TP at LOD. Long on break of PDH to the upside . Tp at NS RN level which acted as strong resistance earlier.

19 comments:

  1. Hi ST,

    Today was a good day to trade for me. Please have a look,

    http://charttechnicals.blogspot.in

    I missed the first trade that you took. I was waiting for the pull back and kept waiting. How could you go long above BO candle without any pullback? Was it because it was breaking out of last three days range? Please shed some light on it.

    Thanks.

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    1. URD

      Nice trades.Last trade you waited and reaped the reward.
      First trade, actually there was a minor pull back for nearly three minutes. I was watching it.
      That upper tail printed within the first 15 seconds and rest of the time it was trading well below it.I entered my order after 2 minutes.
      Check the lower time frame chart.

      ST

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    2. Thanks ST. Yes, it is very much apparent on 1M chart. For that last trade, somehow got the sense that it would test HOD at least. So waited for it and got rewarded. Learning the tricks slowly.

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  2. Hi ST
    Excellent trades. Loved them. Fluids today.
    Could have the short be taken at NS RN as TST FTC instead of waiting for the break of PDH?

    Thanks
    TBP

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    1. TBP

      Yes you can go short there with very little risk

      ST

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  3. Hi ST,
    I've read your E-book and going through your blogs from last couple of days,It is very impressive. Your approach is quiet unique by using decision points. I would like to join with you to understand your concepts more clearly.
    Thank you.
    Kiran.

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    1. Kiran

      Thanks for the visit and comment

      ST

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  4. Hi ST, sorry about a silly question. How exactly do you draw the NS RN line. If NS is moving between 45 and 60 for example, do you draw the line on the futures chart, the first time NS spot touches 50?

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    1. NS levels will vary slightly as per premium/discount at the time
      That is why I am not using it for entries. I monitor these levels for trade management only.
      I watch the NS on my trade terminal and notice the NF level when it hits RN.
      I draw the line there.If NF is not stalling there, I just ignore it

      ST

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    2. Hi ST,
      Just trying to get this cleared in my head. In this chart http://i.imgur.com/492RRwv.png the top is Nifty Futures, the bottom chart is Nifty Spot. Arrows point to where Nifty Spot was at 50. In the middle circled area, Nifty only reached up to 46.75 should we consider this also as NS BRN ? Thanks for your help.

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    3. During momentum moves average premium/discount on NS will change a lot
      During the morning up move you can see premium increased to 30 points. Like that in rapid down moves premium will shrink.You will not get the right levels then.During normal moves NS BRN and RN will influence NF moves. These levels are approximations. 3-5 point difference is normal because of premium /discount factor .

      These levels cannot be used for entries or stop placement.If you are already in a trade and price stalls at NS areas take notice and book your profit. While entering a trade notice these levels and dont be surprised if you get a bounce back.

      ST

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  5. HI ST .
    I have a doubt why NS levels influence NF?

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    1. Option strikes of the underlying will influence Future contracts.
      It is applicable to Indices and stocks
      http://niftynirvana.blogspot.in/2012/02/clash-of-titans.html

      ST

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    2. hi smart trader ,
      i,m new to your method, im reading your all posts and recently read clash of titans.
      i think for trading, only Future contracts are available ,not spot,
      i mean all guys trade only futures then y spot influence? and what is the meaning of ''trading a derivative'' ?
      please clear my doubt.

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    3. Chandra Mouli

      Option settlements are made on Nifty Spot levels
      Institutions will have massive option positions and they will defend these levels especially near expiry
      Option strikes are important levels for stocks as well as indices

      ST

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  6. ST Sir,

    I did 2 trades today..

    Trade1 : 1st 3 candles I considered as IR.. went long above IRH.. could not take profit at highs but exited once PDH broke again... could have managed better by following FTC signal.. noted this point

    Trade2 : I considered day low (DL) as decision point (hope I am correct).. afternoon session NF broke morning low and reversed immediately.. I went long here & managed to exit at EOD :)

    Pls clear my doubt.. whether DO, DL, DH (intraday levels) can be considered as DP's?

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    1. Rose Mary
      You gave back too much on the first trade
      DO,DL,DH are DPs. DL is called LOD ( Low of the day) and DH is called HOD (High of the day)
      You can see it marked even on today chart and it is there in the glossary and important posts
      ST

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