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Category Archives: Price action Technical analysis

Price action on the verge of Support level

SBI Cuts Lending Rate Does it means a Breakout in Stock prices?

By Trading Predator January 3rd, 2017 No Comments

SBI Share prices are consolidating since September 2016. I have updated that several times in my earlier articles. As anticipated by market participants, India’s biggest lender by assets cut down its Interest rates by 90 basis points. Will this lead to a Breakout in stock prices? The recent rate cuts are applicable for maturities ranging

Infosys Price action reverses at end of the year

Infosys – Bulls Challenging the Down Trend

By Trading Predator December 31st, 2016 No Comments

From June 2016 till Mid November Infosys share prices tumbled. Price value fell from 1280 to 900 per share. The primary reason for the selloff is poor fundamentals, negative growth and decline in overseas market. Investors’ confidence in India’s second largest IT software service exporter was shaken off. Downtrend continued as a result and Market

Vedanta Watch for a possibility of Pullback failure

Vedanta | Will there be a correction in Share prices

By Trading Predator December 29th, 2016 No Comments

Vedanta, one of the most actively traded stocks in Exchange. One of the top performers this year, despite the obstacles of Demonetization and uncertainty, Vedanta shares managed to hold its earlier gains. When we observe Daily chart, we can spot uptrend that’s in place since March 2016. After crossing 200.00 price level, shares came under

Trading Gold in 2017

What’s up for 2017 | Trading Outlook on Markets

By Trading Predator December 22nd, 2016 No Comments

2016 is a significant year with a lot of Geopolitical changes. In my experience, trading 2016 was challenging and profitable. Ending the year on a Positive record is a pleasant feeling. Despite having a couple of losses, our books delivered good returns overall. Not all traders might had good experience and the same privilege, if