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Sunday, September 19, 2010

MARKET BHAVISHYA FORMULA FOR TRADING IN STOCK MARKET

The website marketbhavishya.com was very popular in India, and Singapore especially during the financial turmoil in 2008 – 2009. Marketbhavishya was very accurate in finding the trading levels in various stock market including BSE, NSE and SGX. Mraketbhavishya stunned everyone with some outstanding support  and resistance level prediction. Here in this post we are bringing you the formula for support and resistance that will help you to find levels in stock markets.

This formula is in Excel sheet which is very easy for you to enter the current levels and find the next support and resistance levels in stock market trading. Fellow bloggers, kindly excuse us in writing this off-topic post.

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This formula is for finding out Crucial levels, Support levels, Resistance levels of stocks for a trading day. Everyday evening you should update it. Calculate this formula once the market is closed. These levels are applicable for the next day trading. Consider all end values as positive values. We have received opinions from some readers that this formula can be used during trading also. Waiting to hear more success stories about that.

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2 comments:

eWisemoney said...

Hi,
Seems like it’s a nice blog. So let us also add something useful in it. Trading in volatile market can be very fruitful also if we follow technical levels closely. It’s a common saying that stock market can change fortune in either way. But now the question is how to earn money from the Indian stock market.

Traders are advised to strictly follow technical analyses and investors can follow fundamental analysis. Many analysts say it’s not wise to follow technical and fundamental analysis together. But we say what the problem is if one does so? As more knowledge will add up things will not have any negative impact.

Regards
. Sharetipsinfo Team

SHRISTOCKTIPS said...

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SHRISTOCKTIPS TEAM

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