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In this article, we'll dive into market structure, providing insightful examples to enhance your understanding of this concept.

Please remember this is an educational post to help all of our members better understand concepts used in trading or investing. This in no way promotes a particular style of trading!

Market structure is a basic form of understanding how markets move. It can be seen as the flow of the price between a series of swing highs and swing lows.

The market moves in trends. These trends are nothing but a combination of different structures.

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The market structure allows you to be in sync with the market and avoid counter-trend trading, which enhances the probability of your setups.

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There are broadly 3 types of structures:
1. Bullish (Uptrend)
2. Bearish (Downtrend)
3. Ranging (Sideways)

Illustration: Bullish market structure
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Illustration: Bearish market structure
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Illustration: Range market structure
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📈 What is an uptrend?

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✅ Characterised by a bullish market structure.
✅ Formation of higher highs followed by higher lows.
✅ For an uptrend to stay intact, it must preserve its ascending structure - higher highs must follow higher lows.
✅ Lower highs are allowed if the price goes into compression or re-accumulation.

📉 What is a downtrend?

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✅ Characterised by a bearish market structure.
✅ Formation of lower highs followed by lower lows.
✅ For a downtrend to stay intact, it must preserve its descending structure - lower highs must follow lower lows.
✅ Lower highs are allowed if the price goes into compression or re-distribution.

⚡ What is a range?

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✅ A range is a zone where the price finds itself bouncing between two levels.
✅ These levels are - range high and range low.
✅ The size of the range is dependent on different factors such as asset class, demand-supply, volatility , etc.

A lot of times, the structure won’t be as clear as you want it to be. Conversely, sometimes the structure will replicate the textbook. Hence, you need to be flexible in your approach.

Sometimes, trading in range-bound markets can be challenging due to the choppiness in price movements. However, when the price action is more defined, some traders may prefer to trade the range by executing breakout trades or mean reversion trades from the range high to the range low or vice versa.

It is better to combine market structure with other concepts/indicators for better results.

Thanks for reading! As we mentioned before, this isn't trading advice, but rather information about a tool that many traders use. Hope this was helpful!

See you all next week. 🙂
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Share market structure - Adhani Down

By: Forex Trader on: 8:52 AM

Saturday, January 28, 2023



History of Hindenburg Reports, Who Gave Report On #AdaniGroup

In 2020 They Issued 3 Reports:

🧵A Thread On The Same

1. Nikola Corp

They Said, Nikola’s business is not doing good and high chances that they may not execute as per plans

Nikola shares fell 80-90% from that levels


2. Wins Finance

A Chinese small business lender listed on Nasdaq. They said things are not looking in-line and after some months. It’s Chinese subsidiary and it’s patent both went Bankrupt and Wins Finance Got Delisted From Nasdaq Stock Exchanges 😳


3. Genius Brand International

A Entertainment Co trading at 6 USD. They said it’s richly valued and can be 1.5 USD (75% Downfall). It happened in just next 3 months 😇


These track record cannot be taken lightly. Although the market cap of Adani group Vs the other 3 companies mentioned above is not comparable size wise.

But we shouldn’t ignore the best in class research track record of Hindenburg. Be cautious and decide yourself





Adani News Impact Prediction share market

By: Forex Trader on: 9:13 AM



Nifty Confirm Targets with Support and Resistance For Monday
Next Weekly Expiry on 02 Feb 2023


Support Zones For nifty Intraday Trading

First Support Zone For nifty50 – 17434 - 17445
Second Support Zone For nifty50 – 17348 - 17364
Third Support Zone For nifty50 – 17143 - 17161

Resistance Zones For nifty Intraday Trading

First Resistance Zone For Nifty – 17775 - 17790
Second Resistance Zone For Nifty – 17870 - 17880
Third Resistance Zone For Nifty – 18015 - 18030


Importent Signal from Nifty Option Chain

PCR ratio as per Option Chain Analysis – 0.51 ( Bearish )
Max Pain As per Option Chain Analysis – 16900
Major Support as Per Nifty Open Interest Analysis – 17350
Major Resistance as Per Nifty Open Interest Analysis – 18050

Conclusion For Monday and Next week
Today nifty Break its Major Support ( 17775 - 17790 ) and Close below it
Next Major Support For nifty is (17348 – 17364 )
Try To Buy Future Conract or Call Option Near Support Zone and Book Profit At Rsistance Zone
Try to Short nifty at every Resistaance and Book Profit Near Support Zone
Expecting Big Moves in Near Budget 2023 Prepraion is Going on .
Gold Future Contract Near all time High .




NIFTY trade

By: Forex Trader on: 9:12 AM


BULLISH VIEW
Breakout seen with increase in volumes since last month with higher high higher lows
TGT 1--225
TGT 2--280 (71%)
SL --below 124 on weekly closing basis
Time tgt--20-24 months (till Jan 2025)

Please note --Its a low volume stock so trade cautiously





SAUCER PATTERN BREAKOUT IN TEMBO GLOBAL

By: Forex Trader on: 9:11 AM

Friday, January 27, 2023




1 or 2 ?
Lets not guess.
Lets react to the market
If guessing is the game i’l go with 1

BTC tends to move higher from as it came down and tested the major price level and reversed.

One can enter the trade with Risk reward 1:2


Bitcoin next what?

By: Forex Trader on: 7:30 AM

Thursday, January 26, 2023

Nifty Confirm Targets with Support and Resistance For Friday

Next Weekly Expiry on 02 Feb 2023

Support Zones For nifty Intraday Trading

First Support Zone For nifty50 – 17870- 17880
Second Support Zone For nifty50 – 17775 - 17790
Third Support Zone For nifty50 – 17650 - 17660

Resistance Zones For nifty Intraday Trading

First Resistance Zone For Nifty – 18015 - 18030
Second Resistance Zone For Nifty – 18074 - 18080
Third Resistance Zone For Nifty – 18170 - 17180


Importent Signal from Nifty Option Chain

PCR ratio as per Option Chain Analysis – 0.51 ( Bearish )
Max Pain As per Option Chain Analysis – 17950
Major Support as Per Nifty Open Interest Analysis – 17500
Major Resistance as Per Nifty Open Interest Analysis – 18050

Conclusion -
nifty Given Down Side Movement to monthly expiry mostly on Monthly expiry Market move donside
As per Our Conclusion nifty moves towards its Major Support if This Support will break , then Next major Support for Banknifty will be
17450 - 17500
Try To Buy Future Conract or Call Option Near Support Zone and Pur Near Resistance Zone as well as Book Profit At Support & Rsistance Zone
Try to Short nifty at every Resistaance and Book Profit Near Support Zone
Expecting Big Moves in Near Budget 2023 Prepraion is Going on .
Gold Future Contract Reaches Near All Time High







Nifty Confirm Targets India Share Market

By: Forex Trader on: 8:21 AM

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

rules 
1) order limit

2) maintain stoploss

3) follow money management

4) journal your trade

Thank you






AUDUSD sell limit

By: Forex Trader on: 7:51 AM

 

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