Technical Analysis of BANKINDIA & CHAMBLFERT

Technical Analysis of BANKINDIA & CHAMBLFERT

Stock name: Bank of India

Pattern: Double top pattern

Time frame: Daily

Observation:

The stock has maintained an upward trajectory for an extended period. Recently, it stabilized and exhibited a double top formation on its daily chart between April and May 2024. A breakout from this pattern occurred on May 13, 2024, backed by substantial trading volume. Following the breakout, the stock has remained below the breakout line, accompanied by low levels of RSI. Technical analysis suggests that if the current momentum persists, the stock may continue its downward movement.

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Stock name: Chambal Fertilizers & Chemicals Ltd.

Pattern: Cup and handle pattern and retest

Time frame: Weekly

Observation:

During the period spanning September 2022 to April 2024, the stock displayed a cup and handle formation on its weekly chart. In April 2024, the stock experienced a significant breakout from this pattern, accompanied by substantial trading volume and a bullish MACD indicator. Following the breakout, the stock retraced to test the breakout level and subsequently rebounded. Presently, the Relative Strength Index (RSI) indicates a favourable position. According to technical analysis, maintaining the current momentum may propel the stock further upward.

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