Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Momentum Cycles

When markets are in a trading range, momentum takes over, and it is possible to trade using cycles in momentum indicators. The current scenario represents some kind of a range.


Apply your favorite momentum indicator and identify the crest (top) and troughs(bottom) in the indicator. You will see the indicator moving in well defined cycles. When it turns from below, go long. The stop should be the indicator itself.


When the indicator turns down, that is your signal to exit with a loss or profit. The reverse is true when th indicator touches the upper limits. GO short, using the indicator as the exit.


I am giving the 60 minute chart for IDFC. The indicator is doing what I pointed out earlier.







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3 comments:

Shazia said...

Sir,
I agree with RP Kulkarni and I hope now you undestand why you are the only analyst I pay heed to and unmute the TV when you are on air. :)
Regards
Shazia

men said...

Mr. Sudarshan you are liked and followed as you do not mix words.

ANANT said...

Dear Sudarshanji,

Could we say that Jindal steel has made double top and retracing down ward coupled with breaking neckline of H&S pattern on 60 minutes chart there by increasing possibility of slipping down compared to going up. MACD of 60 minutes charts has also slipped below 0 and RSI below 50.

Warm regards,

Anant