Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Nifty Spot Outlook for 27th Jul


Nifty spot opened at 9983.65 , made a new life time high of 10025.95 , made a low at 9965.95 , before closing at 10020.65 . Today Nifty gave its first record close above the much awaited 10000 level . 

Had mentioned that long positions for the day can be taken above 9984 and short positions for the day can be taken below 9945 . Nifty triggered our long trade for the day and completed 2 targets .  In the previous session Nifty had also triggered our weekly long trade and today missed our 4th target by 5 points . 

Had mentioned in the previous post " Nifty now in the coming sessions needs to break and sustain above 9965 to test 10015 - 10030 levels initially and above it we can see a test of 10075 -10125 . Similarly now breaking and sustaining / closing 9865 we can see a test of 9815 - 9800 levels initially and below it we can see  a test of 9755 - 9705 levels . " , and today Nifty tested our initial resistance zone of 10015 - 10030 with a high of 10025.95 . Nifty now needs to break and sustain / close above the zone of 10015 - 10030 to test higher levels till 10125 - 10175 and being unable to do so we might see some profit booking pull it back towards 9865 levels initially .

Nifty Spot Levels for the day are

Long above 10040 for 10050 - 10065 - 10100 , SL 10015

Short below 10000 for 9990 - 9978 - 9943 , SL 10025

The expiry range expected tomorrow is 

Upper End - 10079

Lower End - 9963

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