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How Does Nifty Move


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Over 7500 of Nifty moves studied in details, so as to help traders take decisions about trading
Published 2/2023
Created by Bhooshan Shanbhag
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch

Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 28 Lectures ( 3h 7m ) | Size: 3 GB
What you'll learn
A complete account of historical movement of Nifty and Bank Nifty
over 7500 days of data used, and the changes in Nifty taking place studied
Includes the study of daily open, high, low and closing data along with daily volatility wherever possible
Etremely useful for traders- intraday as well as positional traders in futures and options
Knowledge about Futures and Options
How Does Nifty Move is a statistical analysis of how has the Indian stock market index, Nifty, moved in the last 30 years, under different circumstances. Sometimes there is a gap up or a gap down opening. Where do we expect nifty to go from here? we are confused. If today Nifty has formed a long bullish candle, should I leave my position open or should I get out before the market closes? If there was a sell off today, is Nifty likely to open up or open down tomorrow? Should I be short in my position, or is getting out today itself likely to give me more money?This knowledge will naturally be of immense help to the traders, in taking decisions about how is Nifty likely to move in the near future. Can we find out the tentative limits for Nifty in the morning itself? Where is Nifty likely to remain in a day, in a week or in the month? In the next hour, or in the next 15 minutes? That also with a good success rate? How useful would that knowledge be? What would be the best strategy in different circumstances? All this and much more is covered in this course. Obviously, this course is an absolute must for every trader in Nifty..
Who this course is for
Futures and Options Traders in Indian financial markets

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