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Nifty: Using Square of 9 Technique

We have been accurate in capturing the move of Nifty when it whipsawed from the 5600 and later opened with a gap up which was unfilled. We captured the trend only with the help of advance technicals such as Gann analysis and its master calculator Square of 9; again we used simple technicals such as channels, retracement to predict the support and resistance for this index.
Other oscillators such as Daryl Guppy has given a buy signal along with moving average of 20 EMA and 50 SMA has given a bullish crossover which opens positive possibilities for this index. As far as 5905 is protected on downside our bias continues to be positive for Nifty.
Using square of 9 technique we found the date where the trend of Nifty changed which we have explained below. The below chart explains the use of square of 9.
Nifty Daily Chart

Nifty made a low on 10th of April 2013 at 5477 and then it moved higher and made a high of 6229 on 20th May 2013. To predict the future we have to go to the past which…

Nifty: Calculation through Time

Nifty has completed first section and is now heading towards its second. It is always easy to remember like this to avoid confusion. As we are aware that there are only 3 section, a possibility of 4th will either make a double top or any other formation which will help us to initiate fresh position.

We have used Square of 9 technique which is a master calculator in identifying the change in trend, its swing and change of date. We have shown this in the chart where we have come to the conclusion that Nifty can rally further till 1st Of August 2013. Also we have used speed angles to justify our self that how much price can move higher with the help of this angle.

Analysis: As mentioned above after completing section 1, the index is moving in section 2 which proves that it has ample of space to rally further. Second most important thing is we have calculated Price with time again a very important indicator to foresee the change in trend. This was only possible with the help of Gann analysis…