Monday, November 28, 2016

Bank of India: Application of Elliott wave, Channels, Moving average

Bank of India had been a major dragger for many years within the PSU banking space. Below article explains Application of Elliott wave, Channels along with Moving average and other technical analysis studies.

Below research is picked up from “The Financial Waves short term update” dated 25th November 2016 which contains detailed technical analysis on Nifty, Bank Nifty, stocks.

Bank of India weekly chart:

Bank of India daily chart:

Bank of India 60 mins chart:

Wave analysis:

Bank of India has moved higher from 80 to 130 levels over past few months however long term chart suggest that this stock is in long term down trend and up move witnessed in current year is only the retracement of the prior down move.

The weekly chart since 2010 indicates that intermediate wave Y is ongoing which is forming Triple standard correction pattern. The bounce back witnessed from 80 level in start of 2016 is slow and corrective in nature which suggests that another wave (x) is ongoing. Hence one should be cautious before investing in PSU banks and should have strict stop loss. From medium term perspective, stock has resistance at 150 level which is also coinciding with black channel resistance.

As shown in daily chart, prices are forming complex correction pattern since the low made near 80 level. From the start of November 2016 minute wave z is ongoing which looks to be subdividing further.

As shown in 60 mins chart, post the steep rise from 100 to 130 levels price are showing corrective down move. This indicates that wave b (red color) is ongoing. In last session recovery was witnessed but move above …… is required to start the up move.
In short, …………..

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