Nifty HIts 20000 : Nifty 12 Sep Trade Plan

By | September 12, 2023 8:33 am


Analysis of FIIs’ behavior in the Nifty Index Futures market shows a Bullish approach as they displayed a preference for LONG positions. On a net basis, FIIs went LONG 5914 contracts worth 584 crores, resulting in an increase of 4526 contracts in the Net Open Interest.

As Discussed in Last Analysis

Till Bulls are able to Hold 19500, they will have upper hand We have rallied for 5 trading session as we have Important G20 Event on Weekend, so Nifty will remain with positive bias and we have weekly closing toomrow Bulls would like to close around 19800-19831 range.

Nifty is heading towards its 1×1 gann angle and today being an Important Astro and Gann date as discussed in below analysis suggesting we can see Potential Price time Squaring and can lead to change in trend. Range of 20085-20108 is important supply zone.

  • “Bayer Rule 2: Trend goes down within 3 days when the speed difference between Mars and Mercury is 59 minutes. Leads to Big Move “
  • Venus Conjunct Mercury HELIO
  • Moon Conjunction Saturn
  • Moon Apogee

For Intraday Traders watch for first 15 mins high and low to capture the trend of the day.


Nifty Trade Plan for Positional Trade ,Bulls will get active above 20108 for a move towards 20166/20225/20300. Bears will get active below 19937 for a move towards 19867/19797/19727

Traders may watch out for potential intraday reversals at 9:44,10:41,11:53,1:49,2:19  How to Find and Trade Intraday Reversal Times

Nifty Sep Futures Open Interest Volume stood at 1.01 lakh cr , witnessing a addition of  5.2 lakh contracts. Additionally, the increase in Cost of Carry implies that there was a addition of LONG positions today.

Nifty Advance Decline Ratio at 46:04 and Nifty Rollover Cost is @19445 and Rollover is at 74.1 %.

Nifty has closed above all 20/50 SMA till 19430 is protected Bulls have upper hand.

Nifty options chain shows that the maximum pain point is at 19800 and the put-call ratio (PCR) is at 0.9. Typically, when the PCR open interest ranges between 0.90 and 1.05, the market tends to remain range-bound.

Nifty 50 Options Chain Analysis

The Nifty 50 options chain indicates that the highest open interest (OI) on the call side is at the 20100 strike, followed by 20200 strikes. On the put side, the highest OI is at the 19900 strike, followed by 19800 strikes. This suggests that the market participants are expecting Nifty 50 to remain range between 19800 -20200 levels.

In the cash segment, Foreign Institutional Investors (FII) bought 1473 crores, while Domestic Institutional Investors (DII) bought 366 crores.

Traders who follow the musical octave trading path may find valuable insights in predicting Nifty’s movements. According to this path, Nifty may follow a path of 18890-19452-20014 This means that traders can take a position and potentially ride the move as Nifty moves through these levels.Of course, it’s important to keep in mind that trading is inherently risky and market movements can be unpredictable.Price has reached 20014

Trading requires discipline, humility, and a willingness to learn from others, and disrespecting the market would only result in the market not respecting him back.

For Positional Traders, The Nifty Futures’ Trend Change Level is At 19654 . Going Long Or Short Above Or Below This Level Can Help Them Stay On The Same Side As Institutions, With A Higher Risk-reward Ratio. Intraday Traders Can Keep An Eye On 19993 , Which Acts As An Intraday Trend Change Level.

Nifty Intraday Trading Levels

Buy Above 20108 Tgt 20144, 20199 and 20250 (Nifty Spot Levels)

Sell Below 19936 Tgt 19905, 19864  and 19816 (Nifty Spot Levels)

Wishing you good health and trading success as always.As always, prioritize your health and trade with caution.

As always, it’s essential to closely monitor market movements and make informed decisions based on a well-thought-out trading plan and risk management strategy. Market conditions can change rapidly, and it’s crucial to be adaptable and cautious in your approach.

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