Hexaware,ONGC and Bharat Forge Harmonic Analysis

By | June 30, 2015

Hexaware

Hexaware

Positional/Swing Traders can use the below mentioned levels

Unable to close above 254 short term target 246 and 241

Intraday Traders can use the below mentioned levels

Buy above 254 Tgt 256,258 and 261 SL 252.2

Sell below 251 Tgt 248, 246 and 243  SL 252.6

Bharat Forge

bharat forge

Positional/Swing Traders can use the below mentioned levels

Unable to close above 1076 short term target 1021,1008 and 987

Intraday Traders can use the below mentioned levels

Buy above 1076 Tgt 1083,1089 and 1100 SL 1070

Sell below 1055 Tgt 1042, 1030 and 1020  SL 1062

ONGC

ONGC

Intraday Traders can use the below mentioned levels

Buy above 309 Tgt 311,313 and 316 SL 307

Sell below 306 Tgt 304, 302 and 298 SL 307

 

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  • Intraday call is valid for the next trading session only unless otherwise mentioned.
  • Stop-loss levels are given so that there is a level below/above, which the market will tell us that the call has gone wrong. Stop-loss is an essential risk control mechanism; it should always be there.
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4 thoughts on “Hexaware,ONGC and Bharat Forge Harmonic Analysis

  1. Sidhartha Banerjee

    Hi Bramesh,
    Is there fundamental trading difference between the statements “Any close” and “Close below/ above” ?

    Regards
    Sidhartha

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