Friday, October 13, 2017

Nifty at life time highs, Time cycles worked brilliantly, What is next?

Nifty hits life time highs. In this webinar see how Time cycles and Technical analysis helped to capture the move on upside. Visit for stock tips, Commodity tips, Currency tips..

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Nifty: How to combine Time cycles with Neo wave?

Nifty has been moving precisely as expected over past few months. We use advanced technical analysis concepts like Elliott wave, Neo wave and Time cycles.

Look at the below chart of Nifty when it was near the low when we published our bullish outlook and also showed the original Time cycles:

Nifty daily chart on 3rd October: showing Time cycles and Neo wave counts

Nifty daily chart: Happened so far:

Following is the research published on 3rd October 2017 in “The Financial Waves short term update”

We are re-visiting the 55 days Time cycle to see if the same can still be considered. If we consider the original 55 days cycle with the low formed on Demonetization day in November 2016 and stay with that then the low formed on 28th September is just a day after the cycle low. This clearly indicates that the original cycle is still very well intact and we are keeping a very close watch on this to see if the low can be protected over next few days or not. You can see my latest webinar explaining the same here - Nifty target achieved near 9700, Will it form short term low?

We have been prudent to turn bearish exactly at the right time thereby allowing us to capture the entire fall and now it is time to see if we the high of Friday near 9854 is broken which will be first positive indication.

As shown on 60 mins chart, (shown in actual research report) given the deeper retracement on upside in the form of wave d there is another possibility that the ongoing pattern can also complete in 5 legged Extracting triangle from the highs of 10145 instead of forming a 7 legged Diametric pattern. So we might have completed wave d at Friday high of 9854 and have started wave e on downside.

If this is indeed an Extracting triangle pattern than a low can be formed soon and prices might not break below 9687 formed on 28th September. BANG ON!

In short, we are keeping a close watch on price movement over next two days to see which levels are taken out from here on. Break above 9854 will be first sign of positivity which will prove validity of Time cycles.

Happened: After forming a low exactly a day after the cycle low, Nifty reversed on upside and protected the lows mentioned in 3rd October research. The low formed at 9687 was indeed protected and prices moved above 9854 and now touched the highs of 10067 levels in today’s session.
This simply shows how well one can capture the trend by following Time cycles with Neo wave analysis.

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Thursday, October 5, 2017

Nifty: How to form successful intraday trading strategy based on Elliott wave?

Nifty has been precisely moving as per Elliott wave pattern and you can see how to apply technical analysis to form intraday trading strategy.

Nifty showed huge volatility in last few weeks in which prices first moved lower from 10178 to 9688 level and post the same sharp rise towards 9945 level has been witnessed. However during the same time basic as well as advanced Technical methods have continued to help us to form short to medium term trading strategy.

It is thrilling experience to see that important reversal area has worked well even during the volatile period. Below is the glimpse of trading strategies on Nifty that has worked perfectly in last few weeks:   

Nifty 60 mins chart:

(Below is the part of research published in today morning)

Wave analysis:

RBI maintained status quo on key policy rates in lines with expectations but the important thing to note is that markets continued to rally despite of no strong positive outlook. This is the reason that we say that events can result into short term movement that can last for few minutes to few hours but the original trend eventually resumes that we are seeing on upside.

Bank Nifty showed some underperformance and is yet to take out the highs of 24230 level which is important. Volatility was high as expected but move above 24230 will confirm a positive breakout in this sector. We are keeping a close watch on this.

Nifty after making a low near 9850 levels reversed on upside and continued to move higher towards 9838. So the zone of .. is important support as prices have a Gap area below that. So existing long positions can now use .. as stop level and keep trailing it to make most out of the positive trend…”

Based on the Elliott / Neo wave analysis we generated the following trading strategies published in The Financial Waves Trading update.

Trading Strategy of 4th October 2017:  Nifty can trade volatile in today's session due to monetary policy. For today, long positions can be created on move above 9870 with 9830 as stop and target of 9910. BANG ON!

Happened: It is interesting to see that even on RBI Monetary policy day; Nifty moved in lines with our expectation and achieved our mentioned target levels.

Trading Strategy of 27TH September 2017:  For today, short positions can be created on move below 9840 with 9870 as stop and target of 9810 or lower. BANG ON!

Happened: Nifty moved lower precisely as expected.

Trading Strategy of 25th September 2017: For today, short positions can be created on move below 9950 with 10000 as stop and target of 9900 or lower.

Happened: Nifty broke the level of 9950 and quickly moved below 9900 levels.

Trading Strategy of 21st September 2017: Short positions can be created on move below 10110 with day's high as stop and target of 10070.

Happened: BANG ON! Nifty broke below 10110 and quickly moved below the target level as well.

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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Stocks Intraday trading strategy to win CNBC TV18 Bull’s Eye show!

Intraday trading strategy or Stocks Tips that helped me to win CNBC TV18’s Bull’s Eye stock trading show!

Nifty dynamic move from 18th Sep to 22nd Sep: Though the markets saw a fall of almost 160pts on Friday 22nd Sep we ended on the winning side on the CNBC Trade show. How? Let us have look on what were the strategies followed to maintain our consistency to manage positive returns on the amount of Rs. 400000
The most important thing that I personally follow is to understand the direction of major index before stock selection on each day. This helped me to gauge out of 4 stocks to pick daily, how many we need to have on the buy or sell side.
Notional amount of 400,000 was given that has to be spread across 4 different stocks on daily basis.
18th September trades: During the week Nifty had been constantly struggling to cross above the important resistance level of 10135- 10155. We mentioned the importance of these levels even in our daily Equity research reports. Nifty was consolidating in a range between 10050 and 100130. A breakout above 10155 was needed to see a further uptrend. The sectors that we were focusing on were Housing Finance, Auto, Gas Distribution on the Buy side as these were the sectors that were out performing and could have managed to achieve the specified target. Stock tips – Buy DHFL, IGL, TVS Motors, Sell Apollo Hospitals.
19th September trades:  Nifty had a positive closing in previous session and thus we maintained our strategy to keep 3 stocks in buy and one on sell side to hedge the entire portfolio. On second day once again I selected LT Finance which showed outperformance along with PFC and Biocon which were exhibiting short term breakout.  Within the same sectors also there can be some laggards and hence based on the same Repco Home finance was given on short side.
20th September trades: Based on the sideways action at higher levels in Nifty, we try to find out the strong momentum in select stocks. On the basis of the same Bharat Forge, STAR and Tata Chemical were preferred to give on buy side. On sell side LIC Hosing finance was given due to its weak structure.
21st September trades:  Although the market were struggling to maintain the upside trend, on observing the rally given by the Pharmaceuticals sector for 2 consecutive days we decided to focus more on Pharma stocks as they had been gaining momentum. We also included Bharat Finance as one of our picks on the buy side since the stock was outperforming and had made  a Flag pattern on the charts to see a breakout on upside trying to takeout its 52week high. To overcome any kind of disruption in the market trend we again preferred to have one stock on the selling side. Stock tips – Buy Dr. Reddy, Torrent Pharma, Bharat Financial Inclusion, Sell LIC Housing Finance.
22nd September trades:  Stock tips – Buy Ajanta Pharma, Biocon, Bharat Financial Inclusion, Sell Repco Home Finance. Since Pharma as a sector was outperforming we remained bullish and gave a buy call on Pharma stocks while being bearish on Repco Home finance being the underperformer. Even though the markets witnessed a sharp fall, we managed to restrict our losses for that day as our focussed remain on the Pharma space.
Overall, I managed to go long on Pharma on most of the occasions and short the underperformer on each day to hedge the portfolio to some extent that helped me close positive for the entire week when the other contestant closed in red 🙂
The above strategy clearly highlights the fact that knowing the direction of major index is extremely important even when individual stocks have their own technical picture. These stocks lose their identity if the major undercurrent or index tone is strongly trending in one direction.
Evaluating individual stock technical charts are also important but identifying the number of stocks to be on the buy or sell side on each day based on overall market tone was the key to trading success during the week.
For reference anyone wants to read about strategies followed in May 2016 can refer the following link: Rules followed during ET Now game show where I won with substantial margin can be found in this link – Rules followed to win ET Now show by Huge margin
Another Bull’s eye trading strategy followed in September 2016 – Trading strategy to win September 2016
Bull’s eye trading strategy followed in September 2016 – Trading Strategy to win February 2017
The above is just to share across my personal experience during these shows.
Post the break of 10040 on Nifty we have been bearish all the while and the same has been mentioned in our daily equity research report – The Financial Waves short term update

Friday, September 22, 2017

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

What is next for Nifty? Elliott wave pattern and trend following system

Bottom Line: Nifty took out resistance zone of 10138-10155 which has open up further upside possibilities. Trend is positive.

Nifty daily chart:

Nifty 60 mins chart:

Wave analysis:

In the previous update we mentioned that, “Nifty trend will remain on upside with 10040 as crucial support.Expect some consolidation and then 10252 is the next level to watch out for!”

Nifty opened near 10175 but quickly moved towards 10130 and then traded in a narrow range throughout the day. Majority of the stocks traded in sideways action after a positive opening. During such times intraday trading can be little challenging as the stocks do not exhibit necessary momentum after the opening hour.

On Nifty daily chart, we are showing a simple trend following method which is based on two short term Moving averages. If you look at the 5 days (blue) and 20 days EMA (red) prices have been managing to sustain above both the averages. Also throughout the trend which started from 2017 it was only in August that 5 days EMA moved below 20 days EMA but that resulted into sideways action instead of downtrend. Now the 5 days EMA is again sustaining above the 20 days and as long as this is intact the strategy will continue to be of buy on dips.

From wave perspective as of now wave c of the Diametric pattern is ongoing and post its completion we should see wave d which will be retracing a part of wave c.

As shown on hourly chart, prices are moving in upward sloping blue channel and are currently near the upper end of the channel. Therefore we can expect some consolidation to take place with 10040 as the short term channel support. Stock specific action will continue during this period.

In short, any dips should be utilized as buying opportunity as long as the blue channel support is intact. Prices can eventually head towards the Gann projection level of 10250 on upside as explained in previous update. Decisive break below 10040 will indicate that wave c is over and wave d has started. 

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Monday, September 11, 2017

Indian Equity market is waiting for fresh trigger for clear direction!

Following is the English transcript of the article published in Economic Times section of Navbharat Times by Ashish Kyal, CMT published today morning before markets opened.

Indian Equity markets have been consolidating over past few weeks after forming a high in month of August 2017. Sensex closed near 31687 levels on Friday of previous week. August month showed increase in volatility with the high made at 32686 and low near 31128 levels. As compared to that, September showed narrow range bound movement so far and there is possibility that volatility can again increase in coming weeks.

Simple method to look at the trend: To understand the trend one very simple or basic method that investors can follow is to look at the highs and lows of previous month. August month low is at 31128 and so for positive trend to continue protecting this support level is very important. If prices break below this support then profit booking can be expected that can result into stocks moving lower. One should avoid buying stocks showing very high Price to Earnings (P/E) multiples as they might have deviated from the fundamental fair valuations.

Impact of GST: GST rollout and compliance has been ongoing smoothly but it seems that the economic activity lost some pace that slipped to three year lows of 5.7%. This is also because of the slowdown in manufacturing activity probably due to GST implementation. It will be important to see if the earnings can start picking up in coming quarters or not.

Banking index: Bank Nifty that measures the performance of both PSU and private sector banks has also shown some selloff in month of August after forming a high above 25000 level on 2nd August 2017. Majority of banking stocks have failed to show any meaningful bounce back in September. Bank Nifty has a very important support near 23850 levels. It is important to see if this support level can be protected or not over coming week. 

Currency outlook: Indian Rupee has shown depreciation against JPY, GBP and EURO currency pair. It seems that Indian Rupee is getting weak over past few weeks and it is therefore important to see if weakness can spread to INR movement against USD as well. USDINR has an important level of 63.60 as support and 64.30 as resistance. Break above 64.30 will indicate that volatility in currency is going to increase and it will not be a very good signal. So currency has also arrived at crucial juncture along with equity markets.

Week ahead – Sensex has been moving in a narrow range of 32000 on upside and 31350 on downside. We can expect a trending move to emerge in coming week. Breakout above 32000 will be positive whereas if the important support of 31350 is broken then we can start seeing selling pressure. Investors should therefore use proper stoploss level in case there is sudden reversal for existing positions.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

How to trade Nifty on intraday using basic Technical analysis & Bollinger Bands®?

Nifty formed a low near 9686 on 11th August 2017 and post that prices have been moving in overlapping fashion with no clear trend.

It is normal to see an overlapping move after a strong trend. The fall from 10130 to 9685 on Nifty was sharp and fast and for the first time in 2017, prices have failed to show strong momentum from channel supports.

Below is the hourly chart of Nifty shown with application of Bollinger Bands. The best strategy during such scenario is to buy near supports and sell near resistance.

Nifty 60 minutes chart showing Bollinger Bands:

Even during this non- trending move it is possible to trade the markets on intraday basis. Below gives a few of the past trading strategies given on Nifty before the market opens. These strategies are given on daily basis in “The Financial Waves Trading update”

Trading Strategy given on 4th September - Short positions can be created on move below 9900 with day's high as stop and target of 9860. BANG ON!

Happened: Nifty moved precisely as expected on 4th September and made a low near the level of 9861 after breaking below 9900 levels.

Trading Strategy given on 1st September - Long positions can be created on move above 9940 levels with 9900 as stop and target of 9980. BANG ON!

Happened: Nifty moved precisely as expected & touched the target level of 9980.

Trading Strategy given on 30th August- long positions can be created on move above 9850 with 9800 as stop and target of 9900. BANG ON!

Happened: Nifty made a low near 9850 and then moved towards the target of 9900 levels.
The above trading strategy has worked out extremely well irrespective of the non-trending move. This clearly shows the power of the techniques that we are applying and how it can be capitalized using the Elliott wave theory.

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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Nifty: Is it forming “h shaped pattern”?

Understanding the trend of Nifty with the application of Elliott wave, Bollinger Bands®, trendlines, RSI!

In last few days Indian Equity Market has witnessed high volatility in which sharp downfall from 10140 to 9685 and then sharp rise towards 9948 level. Then again there is retest of prior low. This kind of movement is enough for traders to stop guessing the market. That is why use of objective technical tools is must in this kind of market to capture the next trend.

In the past occasions many times we have seen formation of h shaped pattern which is not given in any technical analysis book but it is founded by us many years back. In this pattern, prices retest the earlier lows which look like alphabet h and that is why we have given the above name to the pattern. Below is the past of research taken from The Financial Waves Short Term Update.

Nifty daily chart:

(Part of research taken from Equity report dated 21st August 2017)

Wave analysis:

In Fridays trading session Nifty had Gap down opening at 9865 level and throughout the day selling pressure was witnessed towards 9780 level. By end of the day some pullback was witnessed which lead to closing Nifty closing near 9835 level. IT was the top most losing sector which lost more than 2%. Infosys closed down with loss of more than 9% on back of Mr. Sikkas resignation.

On a weekly basis Nifty has made small bullish candlestick pattern after the bearish candlestick formed in last week. In current week prices have protected the prior weeks low of 9685 level, so as long as prices remain above this level weekly bias will remain sideways to positive.

As shown in daily chart, the sharp down move witnessed in last week has open up many possibilities. We expected the start of wave c of Triangle pattern however recent down move is suggesting that wave b might be still ongoing. In the past we have observed that h shaped pattern worked very well. So there are chances that prices retest the earlier low near 9685 level and post the same it can reverse on upside. Nevertheless as of now it is important to wait for development of pattern along with break of crucial support and resistance levels. 9685 and 9948 level is the broader range.

(60 mins chart is not shown here which is in original report)

As shown in 60 mins chart, prices have taken U turn from 9948 level however yet there is no such confirmation for start of next trend. Such kind of sharp rise followed by sharp fall can result into sideways action. Bollinger Bands works well during the consolidation. As of now prices are near to the lower band ..

Nifty once again has arrived at the crucial juncture from where next sharp trend can emerge. To know the important reversal areas and Elliott wave pattern, get access to The Financial Waves Short Term Update which covers Nifty and 3 stocks on daily basis.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Is Nifty starting a bigger degree downtrend or is it still buy on dips?

Nifty showed a sharp move on downside from the highs of 10086 made last Friday. After many weeks there was a correction of nearly 100 points that too amidst all the optimism!
 So does it mean we are reversing? No, it is too soon to conclude this unless important support levels are taken out. But as we keep mentioning in our daily equity research reports it is time to stay alert and not complacent which has paid well so far.
Infact, many of the subscribers already knew about the triangle pattern even before it started to form which helped them to buy near supports and sell near resistance levels. But now we should start seeing a trending move soon.
You can also look at the concept of range bound trading strategy I discussed in my last Friday’s video – How to trade Nifty?
Now look at the below hourly chart of Nifty: (shown in morning research before markets opened)


Following was mentioned on 9th August before markets opened in our daily equity research report – The Financial Waves short term update

In short, looking at the faster retracement of last rising segment, break below Bollinger bands support and weakness in broader markets the chances are high of a trending move on downside. Nevertheless, just one day of move is too soon to conclude anything and so move below yesterdays low near 9950 will further confirm negative outlook. We will stick with existing wave counts as long as 10085 is protected on upside. …… But so far prices have behaved exactly as expected and let see if selling pressure can start building up from here which will catch majority by a surprise! BANG ON!

Happened: Nifty moved precisely as expected and majority are still guessing what is leading this selloff. Prices have moved more than 150 points since we warned and 100 points post the support zone was broken.

So what is next from here? I do not see it buy on dips market but it is rather sell on rallies. Majority are stuck exactly at the wrong levels and selloff has been strong across the board. Avoid catching a low in this market.

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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Is Nifty arrived at crucial juncture? How to trade using simple technical analysis?

Nifty showed a sharp move on downside from the highs of 10086 made last Friday. After many weeks there was a correction of nearly 100 points that too amidst all the optimism!

 So does it mean we are reversing? No, it is too soon to conclude this unless important support levels are taken out. But as we keep mentioning in our daily equity research reports it is time to stay alert and not complacent which has paid well so far.

Infact, many of the subscribers already knew about the triangle pattern even before it started to form which helped them to buy near supports and sell near resistance levels. But now we should start seeing a trending move soon.

You can also look at the concept of range bound trading strategy I discussed in my last Friday’s video – How to trade Nifty?

Now look at the below hourly chart of Nifty: (shown in morning research before markets opened)

We showed a probable triangle pattern which might be completing. So the closing of next two days become crucial to confirm the above wave counts. A few of the counts are purposely deleted as they are meant for paid subscribers. But nevertheless, if you use simple technique like Bollinger Bands and Channels you will know the bias as of now.

Nifty has now taken out the low marked as wave d and the next support is now at the low of wave b. If this level is also taken out decisively we might be headed for a reversal. So it is time to keep a close watch on crucial levels and the Elliott wave counts as it develop. Faster retracement of last rising segment is one of the most basic techniques in Neo wave that helps us to understand and catch a reversal early on!

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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

How to trade Nifty post RBI policy announcement and rate cut?

RBI finally changed its status quo and cut repo rates by 25 bps. This time Mr. Patel has managed to be predictable.

It is interesting to see closing of Nifty post the monetary policy announcement. Prices traded in a narrow range for most part of the day until it finally gave away during the final 30 minutes.
The reason prices have been struggling at the current zone is due to the series of channel resistance all in the near zone.

Look at the below chart of Nifty which shows why prices have been failing at higher levels even though the overall tone is still bullish…

Nifty 60 minutes chart:

News or events do not drive the markets but only results into short term volatility or random movement which will last for few minutes to few hours or few days and then the original trend resumes.

The above chart clearly shows that RBI policy announcement did result into short term movement or volatility on intraday basis but prices eventually closed that the short term moving average support.
Now how to trade using Trendlines or channels?

Nifty is moving in the overall expanding pattern shown by blue trendline and within that it is moving in red channel. The reason markets are getting nervous at the higher levels is due to the upward sloping blue trendline. Also as this trendline is shifting higher the resistance will keep moving upside.
So, best trading strategy will be to buy when prices move towards the channel support and also RSI near the support zone. This technique will be valid as long as the short term red channel is intact.
So even if you do not use any other method but this basic technique you can trade profitably provided risk reward is favorable and the reason for trading is objective!

Now imagine the power when you combine these basic techniques with Elliott wave and other methods like Bollinger Bands, indicators and much more.

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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Most Advanced Technical analysis Training on Elliott wave, Neo wave, Gann/Hursts Time Cycles- Identifying trading opportunities with various indicators

Elliott Wave, Neo Wave and Hurst’s / Gann Time Cycles are one of the most advanced concepts of technical analysis.
You will agree that markets have been moving fast and capturing the swings is not easy. If you would have used only Time cycles also then June was the month to be bearish and July have been bullish. This is very important information for any trader and I am sure you will agree with me. Imagine the power when this Time cycle is combined with price forecasting technique like Neo wave. I will be sharing across my Option trades that went amazingly well and also the ones that did not work out but how losses were minimized
Trust me trading involves combination of skills across Technical analysis, Risk Management, Money management and Mental strength – Psychology. I will be sharing across my personal experiences involving pitfalls a trader should be aware of and belief in the methods or techniques that helped me to be against the crowd at important turning junctures which was responsible to pay off for all the hard work and efforts.
Many believe that keeping it simple is the key to trading success but only if markets were moving in a strong Bull or Bear trend where buying on dips or selling on rallies is the brilliant strategy. However, when we are witnessing huge swings but hardly any progress in either direction on net basis learning advanced methods is utmost important. It is during such phases I built up my expertise on Elliott wave, Neo wave and later timing the trade using Gann Square of Nine Cycles and Hurst’s Time cycles.
Time is the essence for everything. It is applicable not only to our day to day life but for freely traded markets as well. A good trade setup if not timed properly can still result into a serious loss. There are very few technical analysis studies that focus on Time since most of the techniques are driven by Price alone!
The course is designed to aim at the following aspects of trading:
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  1. Know when not to trade – A key to trading success
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  1. Time cycles – A very important element to help reduce the number of probable scenarios to nearly one!
  1. How to keep the profits intact after a winning streak…

Ashish Kyal, CMT will be conducting Most Advanced Technical Analysis Training – Neo wave and Time Cycles in Mumbai on 29th-30th July 2017.
About Trainer:
Ashish carries vast experience of analyzing World Equity, Currency and Commodity markets using techniques like Elliott WavesNeo wave,Time Cycles, and momentum tools like RSI, MACD, Moving averages, customized indicators. He is a frequent speaker on business channels like ET Now, Zee Business, CNBC TV18, Bloomberg TV.
Ashish also speaks at financial seminars like Market Technicians Association (MTA – USA), Association of Technical Market Analysts (ATMA), National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM), Sydenham Management college. He is on the selection panel of GDPI for premiere B- Schools and invited by Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research to speak on Entrepreneurship. He has also been invited as a guest speaker at National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) for the Post Graduate Certificate Program in Financial Economics.
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This training would cover Advanced Technical Analysis Concepts – Elliott Wave, Neo Wave and Time Cycles.Practical application of these advanced tools along with charts on Equity, Commodity, Forex and Global Markets.
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  • I was the last candidate getting into Mr. Ashish Kyal webinar and I was very lucky to have boarded to me as his classes were how my first teacher taught me a b c d he was clear precise and ensured that even a layman like me understood every minute thing about being technical and about the wave patterns. He covered what could be termed at school a dry subject with so much of passion and created an auto instinct in students like me to be glued to what was an absolute transformation of how we look at charts. In fact I have become a fan of my guru and will be part of his journey here on … Continue your good work. You are very genuine in what you are doing in this world of fake people My name is Subramanian Mahalingam My qualification is I am BCOM, ACA Grad, CWA and Masters in Oracle Financials I am CFO of an Infra company and group with topline of 1000 cr. Subramanian Mahalingam, Telengana
  • The simplification of complex subject of “Elliot Waves” and combination of Elliot Waves with Classical Technical Tools are not only Awesome, but Unique too. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed Mr. Kyal’s Seminar at Sarovar Premier Hotel, Bombay during 13th & 14th October, 2013 because of his Flawless, Plain (Jargon free) and Lucid Language. Best of all I liked his virtue to teach what he really performs in his real professional life.And last, but not least, Mr. Kyal’s Seminar was the Best of All Seminars I’ve ever attended -Kiran Banjara, KB Investment Avenues, Ahmadabad-GJ
  • Myself Sameer. Just want to share my feedback. From last 7 years, I am doing full-time trading in F&O segment (Nifty & Bank Nifty) using my technical study and Elliot wave counting. I attended 2 days Neo Wave seminar on 1st March at Goregaon. The session and teaching by Mr. Ashish Kyal was excellent. The topics covered in session e.g. new Neo wave patterns, new Elliott rules, 2 stage confirmation and Time Cycles were very useful. Today I applied these techniques on Nifty and Bank Nifty (Daily & 60 Min charts) and its working perfectly fine. I am very much satisfied with the course. Just want to say Thank You for sharing such valuable knowledge. I have also subscribed for your daily mail service on Nifty EOD and Elliott view. From last 3 months, I am reading these mails daily. I always verify my own analysis with your mails, before taking any entry in market. The accuracy and success ratio of your mails (analysis) is more than 98%, which is excellent. Thanks again. – Sameer Dharaskar,Mumbai