S&P CNX Nifty – Weekly Analysis -19 Nov 2012 Part -II

By | November 17, 2012 3:42 pm

Nifty Fibonacci Retracement

Nifty Fibonacci Retracements from 5214-5815 are drawn in above chart,Major support at 50% retracement  at 5514 and Resistance at 5585.

Nifty Fibonacci Fans

As discussed earlier Fibo Fans helps in finding potential tops and Bottom of market from short term prospective. If we see the chart closely Nifty has formed a swing top at 5815 as discussed in previous week analysis.Now NS has resistance at  5650 which was support on previous occasion as per previous Fibo Fans.

Nifty Weekly Chart

Nifty was down by 2% WoW basis, and formed a weekly bearish engulfing candlestick after gravestone doji formed last week.Weekly charts are near an important support of rising trendline. Next week will solve the mystery will market respect the trendline support or move towards the all important support region of 5527-5517.

Bounced exactly from Support of trendline

Nifty Monthly Chart

 Close above 5217 is bullish for market for rest of year.Support on Monthly charts comes at 5497 and resistance at 5661.


Nifty Trend Deciding Level:5597

Nifty Resistance:5650,5698 and 5725

Nifty Support:5554,5527 and 5466

Levels mentioned are Nifty Spot

Read the Weekly Analysis Part I

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2 thoughts on “S&P CNX Nifty – Weekly Analysis -19 Nov 2012 Part -II

  1. Kamlakar

    Hi Bramesh,

    As usaual informative content. Can you please explain what is the significance / importance of the Break away gap at 5435 – 5526. I had noticed you always make it in bold letters.

    1. Bramesh Post author

      Thanks a lot Sir!!

      Till Breakaway gaps are not touched the trend remains up for medium term.



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