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Chart set up for scalping/Trend reversals/Intraday

  1. Chart set up for scalping/Trend reversals/Intraday

    In this thread Iíll be explaining on what a trader can look at chart to determine potential trend reversals and use this to scalp or take intraday trades.

    Though there are many technical indicators available in trading platform, I like to keep the charts simple and use one set up for long term investment, swing trading and intraday trades. Using one set up, I prefer to look for repeating patterns and identify trades.

    Following is my set up.
    Red Line - VWAP Ė Volume Weighted Average Price or ATP (Average Traded Price)

    Black Line Ė 9EMA Ė 9 period exponential moving average (close prices are used)

    Blue Line Ė 20EMA Ė 20 period exponential moving average (close prices are used)

    Check the following chart Ė Bank Nifty 24000 PE (19-Mar-2020 expiry)



    This is a closer look of the same chart where it reversed.



    In an ongoing trend (in this case downtrend), when there is a candle closes crossing 9EMA, it signals potential reversal. There can be false signals as well. So for the confirmation, look at subsequent candles. When all candles take support at 9EMA (on closing basis), trend is likely to reverse. When candles close above 20EMA too, then it is confirmation. But donít enter at price far away from 9EMA. Most likely, there will be a retracement in subsequent candle to 9EMA and thatís the ideal entry point. SL can be the below the candle that closed above 20EMA. First target should be VWAP or little below that. Most of the times, it will reverse at or near VWAP. Sometimes, it will go past VWAP as well, but it will halt around VWAP before any further up move.

    In this chart, it reversed after hitting VWAP. Same logic can be applied on downtrend as well. When candle close below 20EMA, one can short near 9EMA when subsequent candle retraces. Those who are quick in trading, can scalp using this pattern.

    Swing Trading

    The same set up can be used for swing trading too after reversing the downtrend.

    Potential 20/30/40% returns based on prevailing market sentiment

    Look at MCX monthly chart



    Look at CDSL weekly chart





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