1. Support and Resistance based on Trading Levels of Camarilla, Pivot & Fibonacci
2. Chart Patterns, Technical Indicators, Moving Averages
3. Candle Stick Patterns - Positive Reversal, Negative Reversal, Inside Bar.
4. Oversold and Overbought using Bollinger Bands and Oscillators.
5. Elliot Waves, Wolfwaves, ElderRay Indicator.
1. Bollinger Bands - Playing the BBs, BB Breakouts and option volatility strategies
2. MACD - Easy to interpret MA crossovers, MACD histogram and divergences.
3. Stochastics - Buy Oversold, Sell Overbought and interpreting price divergences.
4. Relative Strength Index - Overbought / Oversold Indicator, RSI divergences
1. Candlestick Basics - If the closing price is above the opening price then it is bullish
2. Doji - Doji formation is a sign of indecision, neither bull nor bear can take control
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4. Bullish Engulfing - When new lows are rejected and bulls puch prices above...
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Market Outlook and Review
Bombay stock exchange BSE India is the oldest & biggest stock exchange in Asia. Stock market in India consists of 2 major index bse index & NSE index. BSE index means Bombay Stock Exchange Index and NSE Index means National Stock Exchange Index. BSE index is the part of BSE India.