HDFC Bank: Capitalize the down move using Ichimoku Cloud, Channels & Wave patternAug 03, 2020
HDFC Bank was placed at a crucial point since it was placed exactly at the channel resistance and there were two possibilities either break above or reversed. Here you can see classic reversal on down side.
Ichimoku Cloud has been one amazing technique that combines various aspects of advanced studies together. It not only helps us to clarify the wave counts but also provides the cyclicality and trend following method.
By combining this method with Neo wave becomes a lethal way of market forecasting and identifying amazing trade setups.
Look at the below chart of HDFC Bank which shows how to study Ichimoku cloud on sell side.
HDFC Bank hourly chart:
Elliott Wave analysis: On the hourly chart HDFC Bank seems to have started the second leg of correction within wave (b) in the form of 7 legged corrective Diametric pattern wherein wave g has terminated and currently next leg of correction has begun.
As per Ichimoku cloud it clearly justifies the down move as prices placed below the cloud. Secondly the base line (red color) is placed above conversion line with prices placed below these lines which also states that bias has turn to be negative.
As per channeling technique, earlier we saw a minor breach above the channel however could not sustain on upside and reverse from the channel resistance. This shows that simple technique is also most effective at times.
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