NIFTY Index OHLC Data

AMITBE

Well-Known Member
#2
srisara said:
Friends, (Saint, AMIT, Kranthi and others)

I am in need of NIFTY Index Data in text format. Atleast 2-3 years of OHLC will help me to carry out my analsysis and improve my learning curve.

I will be greatly obliged if anyone of you can post it here.

You can also mail it to my mail [email protected]

thanks in Advance
Satya
Go to NSE...Equity...Historical Data...NSE Indices Data...select S&P CNX Nifty...fill out the date fields....click 'get details'...It'll say: Since the number of records are more than 100, kindly download the csv file to view all records...Click 'Download'.
 

AMITBE

Well-Known Member
#4
srisara said:
AMIT,
thanks very much, I was able to go to the NSE website, but i was wondering, does Indiices have volume associated with them? NSE has not provided any volume. Satya
Hi Satya...great to see you getting your data organised...good luck.
As such there is no volume data available with the NIFTY. You may want to keep an eye on the volume seperately, and also the advance/decline ratio of the index stocks. An advance in the index on negative a/d ratio is not desired, and can have bearish implecations.
Regards.
 
#5
Amit,

thanks very much, I just imported 5 years of data of NIFTY in Fcharts. I have applied the basic indicator of SMA 3 periods 8,13,21 on it.

I found around 2350 level, the fast line indeed start moving away from the slowline. I think this is where the NIFTY start seeing a big jump and now it is at its present level.

I dont know how far this will apply to NIFTY. Please, correct me, If I am wrong.

What I felt is, even by just following this INDICATOR on NIFTY, would have suggested to go long at and around 2350 levels.

What are your comments on this? Can you throw more light and educate me on this.

It is getting interesting day by day for me the more I explore.

Also, it will be a great stuff for all the forum members.

Satya
 
#6
srisara said:
Amit,

thanks very much, I just imported 5 years of data of NIFTY in Fcharts. I have applied the basic indicator of SMA 3 periods 8,13,21 on it.

I found around 2350 level, the fast line indeed start moving away from the slowline. I think this is where the NIFTY start seeing a big jump and now it is at its present level.

I dont know how far this will apply to NIFTY. Please, correct me, If I am wrong.

What I felt is, even by just following this INDICATOR on NIFTY, would have suggested to go long at and around 2350 levels.

What are your comments on this? Can you throw more light and educate me on this.

It is getting interesting day by day for me the more I explore.

Also, it will be a great stuff for all the forum members.

Satya
AMIT,

I am waiting for your comments and suggestions on this. It will help me in a long run.

Satya
 

AMITBE

Well-Known Member
#7
srisara said:
Amit,
thanks very much, I just imported 5 years of data of NIFTY in Fcharts. I have applied the basic indicator of SMA 3 periods 8,13,21 on it.
I found around 2350 level, the fast line indeed start moving away from the slowline. I think this is where the NIFTY start seeing a big jump and now it is at its present level.
I dont know how far this will apply to NIFTY. Please, correct me, If I am wrong.
What I felt is, even by just following this INDICATOR on NIFTY, would have suggested to go long at and around 2350 levels.
What are your comments on this? Can you throw more light and educate me on this.
It is getting interesting day by day for me the more I explore.
Also, it will be a great stuff for all the forum members. Satya
Hi Satya...Moving average is a good and easy to use tool for a technical analyst. Simple moving averages smooth data and make it easier to spot trends, something that is especially helpful in volatile markets.
You are using short term values, which is a good way to go day on day, and for a longer study you could try 50-100-200 range too.
Daily, weekly and monthly pivots also are a good way to go with indexes.
If you have questions on any of this, I will gladly attempt them, but give me time.
Keep it up!
 

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