Sunday, 5 January 2020

Weekly Spot Outlook Of Nifty For 06th to 10th Jan

Wishing everyone a very happy and prosperous New Year "2020" 
In the previous week : 
Nifty went down by 94 points and then went up by 44 points before finally ending the week with a loss of 19 points compared to last weekly closing. 
Nifty made a life time high of 12293.90 on 20th December and has since then been trading sideways with a few failed attempts to move further above it. 

For this week :
Nifty Resistance Zones -  12270 - 12300 &  12375 - 12395
Nifty Support Zones - 12155 - 12185 & 12080 - 12060
Targets expected if both resistances are broken : 12460 - 12530
Targets expected if both supports are broken : 11995 - 11925 

How to use these levels 

  • Enter on breaking above/below the initial weekly resistance or support zone and look to book partly/fully once price enters the next resistance or support zone . Re-enter if price sustains or closes above / below the next resistance or support zone for final targets . 

For this month :
  • Nifty longs will get confirmed with a consecutive close above 12305 for a initial target of 12445 - 12480 and sustaining / closing above 12480 we can see a further move till 12600 - 12735 .  

  • Nifty shorts will get confirmed with a consecutive close below 12035 for  a initial target of 11895 - 11855 and sustaining / closing below 11855 we can see a further move till 11735 - 11600 . 


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