Technical Analysis of DABUR & IEX

Technical Analysis of DABUR & IEX

Stock name: Dabur India Ltd.

Pattern: Falling wedge pattern and retest

Time frame: Weekly

Observation:

After reaching its all-time high, the stock began a downward trend. Between September 2021 and June 2024, it formed a falling wedge pattern on the weekly chart. It broke out of this pattern in early June 2024 with significant trading volume. Although currently facing a slight retest, the stock maintains a healthy RSI. Technical analysis indicates that if it sustains its momentum, it may continue to rise.

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Stock name: Indian Energy Exchange Ltd.

Pattern: Double bottom pattern

Time frame: Weekly

Observation:

The stock has been declining since December 2021. From May 2023 to June 2024, the stock stabilised and formed a double bottom pattern on its weekly chart. The stock has registered a breakout from this pattern in the month of June 2024. This breakout was supported by significant trading volume. Following this breakout, the stock continues to rise, along with a favourable RSI level. Technical analysis suggests that if the stock maintains its momentum, it might see further upward movement.

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