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30 Jul 2018

Weekly Technical Report

Weekly Technical Report

A chart speaks one thousand words

“1st Target Attained – Nifty Headed Higher”

Technical Research Analyst: Gajendra Prabu

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Nifty [CMP-11278.35]



Observations: [Earlier Indications are in Italics & All levels are in Nifty Spot/Cash]

 Week’s action formed a strong bull candle post consolidation which indicates bulls are in strong positive momentum. This long bull candle could provide further
strength to bulls in coming week/s.
 Index has surpassed the resistance of 11080 and provided a breakout post consolidation. As we had indicated earlier, on a rise above 11080 index headed to new life
high and 1st target of 11230 levels, high made was 11283 levels. The 2nd target of 11400 is yet to be attained in coming weeks/month. Unless index closes below
previous day’s low, index may attain the target in the current rising leg itself i.e. without providing meaningful downward retracement (fall). [After a sustained rally,
index is taking breather and consolidating at higher levels. Index could consolidate in narrow range between 10925 to 11080 levels; breakout or breakdown could
lead to further direction of the market for the next week. In bigger picture major “wave v” could develop for few more weeks/months for the target of 11230 –
11400 or above levels. In this span select Mid-Cap stocks could outperform to catch up after underperforming severely over the last few months. Overall maintain
bullish stance for the target on 11230 – 11400 in coming weeks. Medium term support is placed at 10700.]
 Nifty has formed a new life high and is heading higher. As we had said Mid-Cap stocks are rebounding and gaining strong momentum, BSE Mid Cap index rose 4.6% in a
week’s span, still more room left on upside.

 Index is rising in a channel setup which is a bullish development; there is more upside left to test the upper trendline of the channel.

 However minimum requirement of this current rise has been done, so if any major selloff occurs (3-4% fall) within a week, then we can conclude a top has been made.

 The higher tops and higher bottoms formation is continuing in all the degrees which is a bullish continuation structure and it could provide further strength to bulls to
head higher.

 In bigger picture major “wave v” could continue to develop for few more weeks/month for the second target of 11400 or above levels.(1st target of 11230 attained)

 Current rise is “wave c of v” so “wave d & e” are pending which means one falling leg and last rise. In case if we see any major selloff within a week then alternate count
will come into picture (less chance for this)(See next page)

 Overall maintain bullish stance for the target of 11400 in coming weeks. Key support is placed at 11170. On any close below 11170 index could provide minor
correction to 11000 – 10950 levels (fall should not be sharp). Big picture positive bias will continue until we see any major weekly loss in Index. However we are in
major wave ’v’. Hence be watchful of possible reversal which can be the start of the correction of the entire rise from 6826.

 As per our preferred wave count: Cycle degree “wave i” has started from 4531 level and ended at 6229. The “wave ii” has started from 6229 and ended at 5118. The
dynamic “wave iii” has started from 5118 and ended at 9119 with a couple of extensions. The larger fall from 9119 to 6825 was cycle degree “wave iv” down. Now we
are in cycle degree “wave v” which has tested our medium term target of 10000 Mark (We have been mentioning this target from Feb 04, 2017). The rise from 6825 to
8968 has five wave advance marked as major “wave i”, its internals can labelled as 1-2-3-4-5. The fall from 8968 to 7893 was double combination marked as major
“wave ii”, its internals are a-b-c-x-a-b-c. The rise from 7893 to 11171 was marked as major “wave iii”. The fall from 11171 to 9925 is “wave iv”. Currently “wave v” is in
progress from the low of 9952. Now major “wave v’s” internals are in development in which “wave a & b” has ended and “wave c, d & e” are pending. Overall the cycle
degree “wave v” is still in progress which could travel for few more month/s.



Nifty – Internals

 The daily chart of Nifty shows internal

count structure.

 “Wave v of iii” has ended at the high

of 11171. The fall from 11171 to 9952
is “wave iv”.

 Major “wave v” is in progress from

9952. Inside “wave v”: rise from 9952
to 10929 is “wave a”. From 10929 to
10604 is “wave b” with extreme
internals on a-b-c-d-e which is
contracting triangle.

 Now “wave c” is in progress from

10604 levels and it is continuing.

 On Friday index rose with up gap

(range 11210 to 11185) which could
be key support zone; so support level
could be 11170. As long as index
stays above the support the current
rise (wave c) could head higher.

 Gradual fall and close below 11170

will indicate “wave c” has ended and
“wave d” has begun from highs which
could provide minor correction to
11000 – 10950 or little lower.

 Orange colour labels are alternate

count; this will come into picture only
if a major weekly loss is seen soon.



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