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LONG TERM OUTLOOK OF SENSEX





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Technically, the high of 4546.58 formed on 1992 is the top of the previous bull market. Since 1992 the market is in corrective mood, though it moved past the high of 4546.58 on 1994 and 2000. The low of 2594.87 formed on September 2001 has terminated the corrective phase. Since then the market has been in bull phase. This bull market has so far completed four years. The previous bear market lasted for 9 years (1992-2001).

From January 2004, to till now, the market is forming a running triangle. In terms of Elliot wave count, we are in a running second corrective wave. The tip of the running triangle in a bull phase is normally being the center point of the complete bull phase. So, from the low of 2594 to 9600 it has appreciated more than 3 times. Since long term charts have to be calculated in logarithmic scale, the move beyond the tip of the running triangle would be at least 3 three times the value from here and it would take more then 5 years to reach the top.




Obviously, the thrust out of the running triangle will show the highest acceleration in this bull phase, which means, the coming 12 months could see the highest acceleration in this bull phase. In long-term charts, this period will be seen as a vertical line without any big corrective moves. Runaway gaps are the phenomena of the market at this juncture. From Investment point of view this period is going to give the highest return on investments.

Once this thrust out of this running triangle completes, a big correction will follow. And the correction will be followed by upside expanding triangle formation, which will take a very long period to get completed. After that a massive bear phase would start.


Note :- The above analysis is for educative purpose only and it is an attempt to show a rough picture of the Sensex movement in coming years.





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Hi
You have given Neely wave analysis which is there on the icicidirect web
-site and updated weekly. Your running Triangle is there and in much
comperhensive analysis is there.
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Vivek Patil of ICICI is of the view that the current uptrend is Fifth wave. But my view is different from that.

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ok keep posting your count on the forum.Also, post your shortterm count on
the forum regularly. That would be nice contribution for members and traders.
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Short term trend is also looking bullish, and we could see new all time highs in coming trading sessions.
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1 st post is quite interesting


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