Nifty 50 opened negatively for the day with a gap down of -21.05 pts (-0.11%). From the opening, we observed the index declining in the first few minutes; the trend continued at a very slow pace until 2 p.m.
Following this, there was a sharp fall in the index, primarily attributed to the performance of Media, PSU, and Metal stocks.
By the closing bell, Nifty 50 had concluded the day with -1.34%.
- Nifty 50 reached the 19350 level, as indicated in Friday's report.
- The index rests at a significant support level around 19200, although the candle pattern does not favour the bulls. The wide-range candle observed today indicates the bears' dominance.
- If 19200 is breached, we may see Nifty 50 reaching 19850 in the upcoming days.
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- ‘Quick Short’ closed with a significant gain of +5.01%.
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Coming back to the report…
The highest CE OI is 19600, and the PE is at 19000 levels. This suggests that the markets are expected to revolve around these in the upcoming session.
Levels Worth Monitoring Tomorrow
We have observed significant PE writing at the 19200 strike price, which is expected to act as a support to the current downward movement. This level aligns with previous swing lows in the price action, emphasizing its importance.
Both data and price action suggest that 19200 is a crucial level to monitor closely.
If this level is breached, it would signal a support break in the daily charts, which could be concerning in the medium-term outlook.
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