Technical Analysis of DALBHARAT & INFY

Technical Analysis of DALBHARAT & INFY

Stock name: Dalmia Bharat Ltd.

Pattern: Double bottom pattern and retest

Time frame: Daily

Observation:

The stock has been declining since December 2023 but stabilized between April and June 2024, forming a double bottom pattern on its daily chart. On June 10, 2024, the stock has seen a significant breakout from the pattern with above-average trading volume. Although it has moved slightly upward since the breakout, it is currently retesting the breakout level. The RSI remains in a favourable zone. According to technical analysis, a rebound from the current level may lead to further upward movement.

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Stock name: Infosys Ltd.

Pattern: Double bottom pattern and retest

Time frame: Daily

Observation:

The stock has been declining since February 2024 but stabilized between April and June 2024, forming a double bottom pattern on its daily chart. It saw a significant breakout from this pattern on June 7, 2024, supported by high trading volume and a positive MACD breakout. However, the stock immediately faced a retest post-breakout. The RSI remains in a favourable position. According to technical analysis, a successful rebound from this retest may lead to further upward movement.

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