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Strategies for DAY-TRADING:

  1. BREAKOUT STRATEGY

  2. OPEN DRIVE BREAKOUT STRATEGY

  3. ENGULFING BREAKOUT STRATEGY

  4. BULL BREAKOUT STRATEGY

  5. RETRACEMENT STRATEGY

  6. REVERSAL STRATEGY

  7. INSIDE VALUE STRATEGY

  8. SHAKEOUT STRATEGY

  9. OPEN DRIVE SHAKEOUT STRATEGY

  10. COMMODITY BREAKOUT STRATEGY

  11. NIFTY / BANKNIFTY STRADDLE

  12. NIFTY / BANKNIFTY STRANGLE

  13. NIFTY / BANKNIFTY OPTION BUY STRATEGY

  14. NIFTY / BANKNIFTY OPTION SELL STRATEGY

High Probability Setups:

 

RSI Divergence Strategy:

RSI divergence is when the price makes higher highs in an uptrend and the RSI indicator makes lower highs. Or in the other direction: when the price makes lower lows in a downtrend and the RSI indicator makes higher lows. Here’s an example to make it clear:

Here, we can see that the price is in an uptrend. In the beginning of the uptrend, the RSI indicator and the price are very similar; both are going up. At some point, however, the price will still make higher highs, but the RSI indicator is starting to go down and makes lower highs. That’s the divergence we’re looking for. In a downtrend, we see the exact opposite:

In this example, the price is in a downtrend. The price is making lower lows but all of a sudden, the RSI indicator shows us something: instead of making lower lows as well, we can see that the RSI indicator shows us higher lows. That’s RSI divergence.

PRICE ACTION STRATEGY:

This will provide you with the best setups. Any failed setup at support or Resistance is considered for the entry price.