Sunday, May 12, 2013

Astro Technicals The wave picture for May 13 to 31 2013

On May 11, 2013, Nifty had fully retraced the fall from 6111.80 to 5477.20.While the fall had consumed 49 trading days, from January 29, 2013 to April 10, 2013, the retracement had been pretty quick- in just 20 days.
·       As per Neowave  if the correction from 6111.80 has to be a flat, then it has to form a 3-3-5 structure. Wave A down, from 6111.80 has exhibited a 3 wave down formation.
·       So by the same logic, what we are seeing in wave B so far, in the retracement from 5477 upwards is just wave a of B.
·       We do not yet know if wave a of B is completed. But the risk reward ratio is tilting towards shorts, after 20 days of up move. Traders also realise this, which is reflecting in the reduced volumes.
·       We still have to see wave b of B downwards and Wave c of B upwards.
·       And this has to take time to complete- approximately a minimum of 30 more trading days.
·       Any which way we look at the situation, we are seeing a Wave B which is going to be stronger than wave A.
·       If the completed wave B terminates between 6112 and 6262, then also the consequent wave C has a good chance to go down to 5477 levels in a 5 wave impulse down.
·       If the completed wave B exceeds 6336-6354, then wave C down, will not go beyond  5796. In that case we will be looking at an Irregular flat with C wave failure, which will be very bullish for the next development.
·       If wave B terminates at these levels itself, that is wave b of B retraces to 5750 levels and then again wave c of B comes up to 6111 and then falls off, we can see the resultant wave C going beyond 5477 in a 5 way down move.  

Our immediate requirement is to know when a of B will end? Astrologically we are still in the reversal time band- so let us wait and watch. Personally I prefer to wait for price to close below the little blue and red averages, before taking a short. It will be prudent for longs to book partial profit and trail the rest positions with a tight stop loss.

Happy and safe trading!

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