Wednesday, July 20, 2011

NIFTY NEXT- NIFTY FUT 5 mins Technical Price Chart on 20 July 2011

Nifty –Fut is now Trading at 5630 with a gain of +0.11% on 20 July 2011. It has made days high at 5658.90 and Low at 5610. Vix has declined by -1.92% to the level of 18.88 & Our NNI-Nifty Next Indicator is now Trading at +7.83, making the Nifty-Fut Bullish. On Technical Chart, Major momentum indicators are trying hard to come our from bears grip. Nifty-Fut has now Strong Support at 5611 and Resistance at 5640. We recommend to Go long in Nifty-Fut above 5640 for Target of 5672 on Intraday Basis on 20 July 2011.
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