Post your charts here!

#1
If you think you are good at technical analysis, then go ahead and post your charts here, in this forum ALONG WITH YOUR COMMENTS.

Swing trading picks, trend trading picks, etc. keep posting.

Now, how can I post charts from my computer screen to this forum?

The answer is simple.

Method1:>>>>

1] Open your chart and keep it open on the computer screen.

2] Press "Print Screen Button" on your keyboard ONCE.

3] Open Paint Brush from >>start >>programs >>accessories >>PAINT

4] Click EDIT from left hand top corner.

5] Click Paste

Save the image and post in this forum so that we all can benefit from it. I hope my 5 step process helps all members of traderji.com



Method2:>>>>

1] Download SWBcapture FREEWARE screen capture software from the following site:
http://www.softwarewithbrains.com/swbcapture.htm

2] The size of the software will be around 660KB (version 2+++something).

3] Install and run it. One small windows will open with Options written inside the window.

4] Click "Options". Set the settings as follows:
a] Capture Method: prompt for file name.
b] Image Type: JPEG image
c] Image quality: High
d] Capture sound: Open C:\WINDOWS\Media\ding.wav and select it. (I assume you have windows xp)
e] Press OK

HOW TO CAPTURE IMAGE?

5] Open SWBcapture software(that small window). Click the
WHITE box on left of "OPTIONS" and drag the mouse to the window/portion/screen that you want to capture. (While dragging the mouse, the left mouse button should REMAIN pressed ). Release the mouse button on the image you want to capture.

6] Save the file and post it here!



The second method is easy to do and better(as the file size will be smaller). Also you can change the file type(JPEG has a small size as compared with BMP).
 
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Traderji

Super Moderator
#3
Thanks for bringing this information and tutorial for the benefit of the other members of this forum.

Yes, I hope too that we have more members playing a more interactive role by posting their charts here!
 
#4
Thanks OnlineTrader.........that was helpful.
 

binzy

New Member
#7
Nifty in the near term

Hello,

Just thought I'd share my views on where the index is headed in the near term.

According to the legendary W. D. Gann, time cycles are the key factors to look for in change of trend, and the change in price and volume will follow. Seen alongside is the NIFTY chart with 14-day RSI and 14-day CMO.

According to the 6-month cycle, starting 24 June of this year, look for a corresponding change around the same time 6 months ago. There was a minor change of trend on 24 Dec, in the direction of the main trend. There was a trend change on 15 July six months after the Nifty formed a double top on 15 Jan. There was a similar cycle turning on 24 Aug and 27 Feb. The trend changes on 23 March and 23 Sep are very nearly identical, but in opposite directions. Note that the Nifty was in a trading range from around 5 April onwards and is now in one 4 Oct onwards. Both of these show significant bearish divergences and false breakouts.

Let's look at the 2-year cycle. The index has been bottoming ever alternate October-end, by around 28-31 Oct, since 1994. This happens on even years. Historically, every October has a negative bias. Also, every year, the index has been bottoming, at least temporarily, at the end of every April (April and October are separated by 180 degrees in time). Specifically, according to the important 10-year cycle, the index had a major bottom on 27 April 1993, and exactly 10 years after that we have the start of the biggest bull run in history. Where was the index in October 1994? Well, the Nifty headed southwards on 10 October, and found a temporary bottom on 31st October (though the decline didn't end there). What does this tell you??

Of course, this is a somewhat simplistic analysis and dosn't have all the answers. However, it does give some good cues as to future market direction. All discussions welcome!
 

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Traderji

Super Moderator
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Re: Nifty in the near term

binzy said:
Hello,

Just thought I'd share my views on where the index is headed in the near term.

According to the legendary W. D. Gann, time cycles are the key factors to look for in change of trend, and the change in price and volume will follow. Seen alongside is the NIFTY chart with 14-day RSI and 14-day CMO.
Interesting observation: the RSI is forming a bearish divergence on the Nifty.

Is this a top? Watch out for the levels of 1825.00 (uptrend) and 1790.00 (downtrend) for a confirmation.
 
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Re: Nifty in the near term

Definitely, Traderji... By Gann cycle calculations, Nifty is behaving exactly as expected, getting stiff resistance at 1825 level. Once that is broken, then 1840 MUST also be broken on a closing basis to negate the possibility of a false breakout. Tuesday is a very crucial day to watch.

Interestingly, around the same time 6 months ago, the NSE also tested another site on a Saturday (17 April), thereby forming another inside day breakout pattern.
 
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