Wednesday, 31 January 2018

How the Resistance and Support level work , Read Full Artical and watch the video also

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Question in your mind , What is Support and resistance & How is it work :

Every stock has a memory , Means we compare the previous price of that stock that will be use at support and resistance . it remember the price point at which buyers it called resistance and price point at which (seller) Sell any more  it called a support .

Like Eg -  Resistance and support is similar to the limits  we set for ourselves in our life bases on our experiences , I can not drive a bike but try to drive the bike and i also know when i drive the bike so fall from the bike it is called resistance . But Support is when i drive the bike with beard helmet  for heat protection and slow drive it is called the support .

The resistance is the point at which the price will find it difficult to rise any further i.e. it will literally face resistance. This may be because the price has not moved beyond this point in the past, or because the stock had earlier headed down after reaching that price .

Identifying support and resistance

Support or resistance levels will often be hit multiple times, but not always in exactly the same spot. As this happens, they turn into general zones or areas of resistance or support. 
There are a few different ways to identify support and resistance levels.

Historical price 

The most reliable source for identifying support and resistance levels is usually historical prices. Typically, significant peaks and troughs in price will be used as notable levels.

Previous levels

You can use previous notable support or resistance levels that have been surpassed as indicators of future movement. If a support level is broken, for instance, it could then turn into a significant resistance level for future moves.

Technical indicators

Technical indicators or trend lines can provide dynamic support or resistance levels that move as the chart progresses. For example, moving averages can often provide support or resistance.
Support and resistance levels for different markets will often be based on different factors, and the ability to recognise which levels are going to impact a market’s price takes time to learn. For that reason, it is important to backtest any support or resistance levels you think you have identified on historical charts.

Fig shows the Resistance point . Many buyer will gather together and buy the particular share.
The share price will move frequently the move up to 300 level . it is make the resistance level for this share 

                       Fig - 1 
Fig - 2 Shows share will touch the Resistance point and head down the share and it will face the our past support level at 260 and share will trade at 265 level . so it is called the support level .

Fig - 3 It will show the share will face both side . But it will go again the resistance line . it is called the reversel and share will face resistance point .
                                   Fig -3                 

Fig - 4 It will shows the share will break the out resistance level and it will make new resistance like also it will break second resistance level and made third resistance level

                        Fig - 4

Sunday, 28 January 2018

How trend use in Technical Analysis , Read Full Articular

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A Formal Definition

Trends aren’t always easy to spot because prices almost never move in straight lines. Rather, prices tend to move in a series of highs and lows over time. In technical analysis, it is the overall direction of these highs and lows that constitute a trend. An uptrend is classified as a series of higher highs and higher lows, while a downtrend consists of lower lows and lower highs.

Types of Trends

There are three types of trends:
  1. Uptrend
  2. Downtrend
  3. Sideways / Horizontal Trends
Sideways or horizontal trends occur when there is little movement up or down in the peaks and troughs of a trend. If you want to get technical, you might even say that a sideways trend is actually the absence of any well-defined trend in either direction. (For more insight, see Peak-And-Trough Analysis).


Trend Lengths

In addition to their direction, trends can be classified in terms of their length. Most traders consider trends short-term, intermediate-term, or long-term. Long-term trends occur over a timeframe of longer than one year; intermediate-term trends occur over one to three months; and, short-term trends occur over less than one month.

When analyzing a trend, it’s important that the chart is constructed to best reflect the type of trend being analyzed. Daily or weekly charts are best for identifying long-term trends, while minute or hourly charts are best for short-term trends. It is also important to remember that long-term trends carry greater weight than short-term trends. For instance, a one-month trend isn’t as significant as a five-year trend.


A trendline is a simple charting technique whereby a line is added to a chart to represent the trend in a market or stock. Drawing a trendline is as simple as drawing a straight line that connects lower lows or higher highs to show the general trend direction. These lines are used to cut through the noise and show where the price is headed, as well as identify areas of support and resistance. Support levels are where the price rebounds higher multiple times, whereas resistance levels are where prices rebound lower multiple times. The strength of support and resistance levels are determined by the number of rebounds from the trendline.


A channel consists of two trendlines that act as strong areas of support and resistance with the price bouncing around between them. The upper trendline consists of a series of highs, while the lower trendline consists of a series of lows. A channel can slope upward, downward, or sideways, but regardless of the direction, the interpretation is always the same. Traders expect the price to trade between the support and resistance trendlines until it breaks out beyond one of the two levels, in which case traders can expect a sharp move in the direction of the breakout. Along with clearly displaying the trend, channels are used to illustrate important areas of support and resistance for the stock price.

Friday, 19 January 2018

Why is Stock Chart Technical Analysis Important?

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Chart is very important for making our trading strategy

When it comes to investing in stocks, it is important that the investor is capable of conducting a thorough technical analysis of stock charts. Technical analysis is a term used to define the process of forecasting future price movements based on the past price movements within stock charts. It is with the help of technical analysis that investors are able to make financial decisions of buying, holding, or selling stocks.
Although technical analysis doesn’t make accurate predictions, it helps investors anticipate the future. Let’s say if a person is willing to invest in a stock, they will first select a stock and analyze its past price fluctuations to see whether it will offer fruitful results in the future or not.
Past and Current Stock Price Prediction
The purpose of technical analysis is to help the investor make a more financially sound investment decision. The price is the key to success in stock market investment. The supply and demand of stocks all depend upon technical analysis. By evaluating the history of stock prices, you get a future reading of what a particular stock would be priced at.
When analyzing the stock charts, you can create price charts that help determine your next move. With the help of technical analysis, you are able to identify the following factors:
  • Instability in the stock prices in the past and present.
  • Stock’s ability and value compared to the overall market
  • Price fluctuations and stock value before and after important events.
  • History of volume and trading levels.
Easily Identify Support and Resistance Levels
By performing stock chart technical analysis, investors are able to determine support and resistance levels. These levels define the periods of congestion in a stock chart where the prices of stocks fluctuate within a limited range for a long period of time.
When you are able to identify support and resistance levels, you can make better decisions whether to invest in a particular stock or not. When prices break the barrier, it means that the supply and demand are in a good state.
Helps Time Entry Points
Another benefit of stock chart technical analysis is that it helps investors’ time entry points. With the help of technical analysis, you know exactly when to time your action. You are also able to understand demand and supply levels, and breakouts to make better decisions. Buying close to support levels or a breakout above resistance helps you earn greater returns on your investment.
Easily Spot Trends
If you want to invest in stocks, you must be well aware of the current market trends. By conducting technical analysis of stock charts, you will be able to learn about short term and long term trends which will help you take informed investment decisions.
 In order to invest in stocks, you must be aware of the historical and current stock trends and price fluctuations. And with the help of technical analysis, you get all the information you need to make a sound decision that doesn’t make you lose money.

Saturday, 13 January 2018

Reliance Jio planning own cryptocurrency called JioCoin

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After disrupting the telecom sector with its free offers and hyper-competitive tariffs, Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd plans to create its own cyptocurrency, JioCoin.
With Mukesh Ambani’s elder son Akash Ambani leading the JioCoin project, Reliance Jio plans to build a 50-member team of young professionals to work on blockchain technology, which can also be used to develop applications such as smart contracts and supply chain management logistics. 
“The company plans to hire 50 young professionals with average age of 25 years for Akash Ambani to lead. There are multiple applications of blockchain (for the company). The team would work on various blockchain products,” a person familiar with the development said on condition of anonymity.
Blockchain is a digital ledger for storing data including, but not limited to, financial transactions. In simple terms, blockchain decentralizes information without it being copied. The information is held on blockchain through a shared database which can be accessed on a real-time basis. This database is not stored on physical servers but on the cloud, which makes it easy to store unlimited data.
The most popular application of the technology has undoubtedly been cryptocurrency, and Reliance Jio also plans to create its own version called JioCoin.
“One (application) is cryptocurrency. We can deploy smart contracts. It can be used in supply chain management logistics. Loyalty points could altogether be based on JioCoin,” the person cited above said, adding that all of this was “in proposal stage”.
An email sent to Reliance Jio seeking a response remained unanswered till press time.
“Reliance Jio also aspires to get into Internet of Things (IoT). Blockchain technology would come in handy there,” the person said.
IoT is a network of devices such as smartphones, wearable devices, home appliances and vehicles, connected to the internet, which enables these objects to connect and exchange data. Experts have also pointed out that blockchain could potentially address security risks to IoT as it provides a shield against data tampering by labelling each block of data.

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