Weekly Market Outlook for 28 August to 1 September
During the week gone by, our markets witnessed a gradual pullback move at the start of the week. However, the upmove witnessed resistance in the range of 19550-19600 and the Nifty index corrected in last couple of sessions to end below 19300 with a marginal loss.
It was a volatile week as the Nifty initially witnessed buying interest from its support zone of 19250-19300, but it again corrected from the highs in last couple of trading sessions and ended the week in the above mentioned range. The index has continued with its ‘Lower top Lower Bottom’ structure on the lower time frame charts from the recent all-time high, indicating a continuation of the corrective phase within the broader uptrend. Nifty has ended the week right in the crucial support zone and thus, the next couple of sessions could be crucial in determining the near term momentum. Nothing has changed much in the index futures data as FII’s continue to hold net short positions and have been net sellers in the cash segment as well. In the option segment, the call writers have been quite active and the August series data hints significant writing in 19300-19500 call options. On the flipside, 19200 is the immediate support as per the open interest data followed by 19000 where highest open interest is placed.
Nifty ends in crucial support zone, 19500-19600 now becomes important resistance
Traders are advised to watch out for market momentum at the start of the week which will be important. A breakdown below 19200 could lead to a continuation of the down move towards 19000 level while a recovery from this support zone and a breakout above 19585 will negate this corrective structure.
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