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SBI Shares - Price action has formed failed Breakout Formation in Mean reversion Structure

SBI Shares Price action – Failed Breakout and Mean reversion Structure

By Trading Predator June 15th, 2018 No Comments

For almost 8 months, SBI Share prices are trading in a narrow Sideways Market condition also referred as Mean Reversion. A structure in which Range bound strategies and non – directional volatility techniques works out well. Average mean value of the Stock is 300; prices are constantly fluctuating up and down within this mean value.

Price rejection after an Upside breakout

Nickel Price action – Interplay of Upside breakout and Selling pressure

By Trading Predator April 27th, 2018 No Comments

Nickel, just like other base metals, had an average performance since the beginning of 2018. Based on MCX prices, metal’s value rose from 750 in the month of Jan and touched 1000 in April. Overall Market sentiment and perception is optimistic in Nickel, but it may change if the recent fall turns into moderate correction.

Copper Prices show consistent Buying Pressure, trading above the Resistance

Copper – Market Prices Trading above the Resistance zone

By Trading Predator December 26th, 2017 No Comments

Aftermath an extended Rally in the beginning of 2017, Copper prices unfolded into a range bound – Mean reversion Market structure. Prices struck within a range of 2.90 – 3.20 almost from the beginning of Sep 2017. The scenario is clearly visible on Daily chart. Buying and selling pressure is equal and there’s no imbalance

Vedanta Share prices trading near range highs

Vedanta Shares | Price action trading near Range highs

By Trading Predator June 30th, 2017 No Comments

Vedanta shares didn’t shine as much, when compared to other stocks from the same sector. Since beginning of this year to till date, prices are trading in mean reversion context (When Trends are unsustainable due to lack of liquidity, we refer it as mean reversion). If we focus on present conditions or recent market structure

Gold Price action is driven by Escalating Korean tensions

What is driving the Gold Prices?

By Trading Predator May 30th, 2017 No Comments

The precious metal is riding on a bullish tone from couple of weeks. Prices are rallying from the beginning of May, what’s the reason behind Gold Prices? Is it seasonal factors or Indication of bottom? Is it finally a time to put gold back into asset portfolios? Will the prices fall from here again? Like