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There’s an old saying on Wall Street that goes “buy low and sell high.” It’s usually said in jest because it’s a feat that’s much easier said than done. History shows that most investors pile into bull markets just as they are about to end, and they do the opposite in bear markets: sell right near the bottom, when the fear is at its highest.
Bank Nifty since the start of Jan 2017 had done a 1000 points+ recovery and moved up without much rotations on the daily charts. Trading Sentiment remains positive for the weekly timeframe as well as daily timeframe. However trading sentiment on the daily timeframe is at the extreme which could bring short term corrections or volatile sideways action.
Metal Sector is showing similar breakout patterns if you just look from the short term perspective. Yes there is a clean breakout from the consolidation. But hey, lets look into the bigger picture. The bigger picture talks about how emotional a particular sector/stock is. To track emotions we can use gaps
Nifty had done a “W” shaped price pattern so far during Nov 2016 to till date which is very much visual from the charts. Currently price is trading around the Intermediate resistance zone 8315 levels as Sentimental RSI is currently at the extreme. Previous Top Down Analysis indicates that still price is showing a consolidation pattern in both Daily and Weekly Charts.
According to the news-focused analysts, commodities as a whole had resolved to quit their bear habits in 2011, and soar: “The bull market in commodities is likely to continue for some time.” (Dec. 8, 2010, Wall Street Journal). “The crash of 2008 in commodities was a mere blip… The rally in prices shows no signs of slowing.” (March 9, 2010, National Post)
Hull ROAR indicator helps in identifying the fastest raising shares and filters it out of the fastest rising shares. Hull ROAR is the brainchild of Alan Hull (author of active investing). ROAR stands for Rate of Annual Return. The rate of annual return is calculated by taking the annual increase in price activity and dividing by the current share price. The result is multiplied by 100 to convert it to a percentage.