How To Trade OPENING RANGE BREAKOUT STRATEGY And How To Select Stocks (Intraday Trading) πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

– [Instructor] Welcome
to the video on how to trade opening
range breakout strategy and how to select
stocks in this strategy in three simple steps. Now, in this series,
we will be learning about intraday
trading strategies and short-term
trading in detail. Now, I’ll be showing
you three simple steps which will help
you execute trades based on opening range
breakout strategy. I have also included
three new concepts on how to use relative
strength, volatility, and volume to increase odds of success. Again, this strategy
is extremely simple and this is something
you can learn today and start practicing
it from Monday. So let’s get started. Now, an opening range
breakout strategy is a fairly simple strategy that involves taking a position
when price breaks above or below the previous
candle high or low. This can be used for
different timeframes depending on your
own preference. The opening range is
simply the high and low of a given period
after the market opens. This period is generally
the first 15 minutes or 30 minutes of trading. During this period,
you want to identify the high and low for the day. Once the high and
low are identified, you then wait for price to
move above or below this range. And once this happens, you go
ahead and initiate the trade in the direction of price move. You will have to use
some filters and rules in order to increase
your odds of success in this trading strategy. This is mainly because
markets have indeed evolved and changed in some
ways as technology has made access to
markets a lot more easier. Change in market is mainly
on front of volatility and how this strategy
is affected due to
this main reason. Let us see how a
range is defined here. In opening range
breakout strategy, range is defined in
a very simple manner. In this chart in front of you, this candle that you see
here is a 15-minute candle. For identifying opening
range, you simply need to draw a horizontal
line at the highest point and a horizontal line at the
lowest point of the candle. This now becomes the
opening range for the day. If price moves above
or below this range, you initiate a trade in the
direction of price move. Opening range breakout is always
easy to trade in hindsight. In real time though, you
have to remain focused and not react on every
move price makes. Your biggest hindrance in becoming a successful
intraday trader
is your own mind. Keep it in check and keep it
focused in the current moment. There will be times when you will get
whipsaws in this strategy and it is during these
times that you will begin to think that this
does not work anymore. To improve on this, focus
on the process of execution and do not focus
on profit or loss. In the long term,
this simple approach will help you a great deal
in executing this strategy. Let me now come to timeframe for opening range
breakout strategy. Now, every trader
has a different
preference for timeframe and this is totally fine. The most common timeframes
in opening range breakout is 15 minutes and 30
minutes timeframe. For our markets, I have
found 15-minute timeframe to be really effective, especially if you choose
to trade index futures and high beta stocks futures. One suggestion that I will give is that don’t be afraid to
experiment with timeframes. Concepts across the
timeframes remain the same and hence you need
to find the timeframe that suits you the best. I would also encourage you to first select two to
three stocks for this method and practice this till
you get some experience. To add to this, I will also
suggest that first trade on the long side for
about six to eight months before attempting to trade
this on the short side. Choice of instrument
should be equities only and once you gain
some experience, you can then try stock
futures or index futures. Let me now explain why opening range breakout
fails many a times. In this chart, these two points are the opening
range for the day. At this point, price
crosses this level and most of the
traders would go long. But look what happens to price. Price soon reverses and then
moves lower with momentum. As a matter of fact,
opening range breakout works 40 to 45% of times
without applying any filters. However, with the three simple
steps that I will show you, you can increase odds of
success above 60% and even 65%. When this concept was
introduced by Toby Crabel, market participants were
limited and more importantly, lack of technology meant traders
would not have to compete with algorithm-oriented trading. This in fact has had a huge role in why opening range breakout
usually fails so much. There are times when this
works exceptionally well and I’ll be showing you how to identify such
specific periods. Even though we are competing
against high frequency traders and trading algorithms,
opening range breakout is still a very powerful
trading strategy. I will advise you to be
realistic with this though. Keep expectations
of profits real and do not expect every
trade to be successful. I would also strongly advise for you to read Toby
Crabel’s book on this. I don’t know if you
can buy this online, but do check for same. Let me now come to one of
the most important concepts in opening range breakout. This is something I have
observed with my own experience. In simple terms, most of
the wide range candles that you see on
daily timeframe chart are either a variation
of opening range breakout or variation of range breakout that we saw in the
previous video. If you look at this
chart in front of you, this wide range
candle that you see is of daily timeframe chart. This candle is a result of all these 15-minute
candles that you see here. This means, by anticipating
when a stock is more likely to form a wide range candle
on daily timeframe chart, it is possible to spot
opening range breakout trades on a 15-minute timeframe chart. In the entire framework
of opening range breakout, this is a very vital
step as this becomes one of the main data
points to consider while selecting stocks
for this strategy. Do note that all the stock steps that we discussed a
couple of videos back do apply here as well. In case you have
missed that video, I will leave a link towards
the end of this video. Let us now come to
three simple steps that will help you select stocks as well as trade this
strategy successfully. You can even include concepts from previous range
trading strategy video. The first step here is to assess the volatility
cycle of the stock. This is done on
daily timeframe chart using a simple ATR indicator that is available across
all technical platforms. Now, for those of
you who don’t know, ATR is Average True
Range Indicator. If you look at this chart, as average true range
for stock moves higher, look at how many wide range
candles we get on the chart. Till the point volatility
does not begin to fall, there are a total of
23 wide range candles on a daily timeframe chart. After volatility cycle begins
to fall from this point, you get just four
wide range candles. Most of the candles marked here are narrow range candles
with very limited movement. To be successful in opening
range breakout strategy, you need to be in
only those stocks which are clearly
exhibiting an up cycle in terms of volatility. This way, you will increase the odds of success
a great deal. As volatility contracts, range
of stock contracts as well and as intraday traders, this is something we
should not prefer. Second step is to check for
relative strength of the stock, that is its performance
against a broader market index like Nifty or S&P 500. Relative strength rules for opening range breakout
are slightly different from what we saw in
the previous video. Therefore, do pay attention. On a daily timeframe chart, we need to check for
relative strength line trend. To get the relative
strength line, you have to divide
price of stock with price of
broader market index. You need to make sure that
relative strength line should be clearly
sloping on the upside in case you are willing to
take long trade in the stock. On the flip side though, if
you are willing to short sell, then you should focus on stocks where relative strength line
is sloping on the downside. Now, this means
that you will trade only those opening range
breakout on the long side where relative strength
line is clearly sloping up. And you will also trade only those opening range
breakout on the short side, where relative strength line
is clearly moving lower. There is one more element you have to combine
with relative strength that we did not cover
in the previous video. And this is the concept
of combining volatility with relative strength. So in this chart, upper
sub panel is volatility and lower sub panel is
that of relative strength. You have seen in the first rule that we only target those stocks where volatility
expansion is at play. Now with relative strength
and volatility together, here are the two rules
that you have to follow. Rule Number One: trade
opening range breakout when volatility is expanding
and relative strength line is either rising or falling. That is, a stock
is out-performing
or underperforming as its volatility
cycle is expanding. Rule Number Two: when
volatility is not expanding, avoid trading opening
range breakout even if relative strength
line is rising or falling. I hope these two
rules are clear. So in this chart, I will trade opening range
breakout in the stock when volatility is rising
and stock is out-performing. I will also take trades
when volatility is expanding and stock is underperforming. However, I will not take trades when volatility is contracting and relative strength is
either rising or falling. This is something
we did not cover in the previous video on
range breakout trading and this adds an extra dimension
to using relative strength in trading opening
range breakout. Third step that we
have to consider is tracking volume with
respect to its recent averages. Now, in the previous
video we discussed that as price moves up and down, volume expansion should happen, and as a trader, we must focus
upon taking only those trades where this is visible. Now, while this rule
is applicable in this
strategy as well, let me show you how to read
market participants interest in a particular stock. I have observed that prior to
up move or down move in stock, volume begins to increase way above the
average volume levels seen over the past 10 days. In this chart in front of you, there are two opening range
breakouts that I’ve marked here. Both of these breakouts
have worked well. One is for May 24th and
another one is for May 27th. Now prior to this, look at
what happened to volumes. Volumes did not see any
pick up in this phase. And then suddenly, volumes
clearly started moving above the average volume
range seen in recent times. Whenever you see this happening
over one to three sessions, start including stock
in your watch list. This is a clear sign that traders are
interested in the stock and hence, you will see
stock move quite a bit on intraday basis. Most of the profitable
opening range breakout trades come when such volume
activity is spotted. I have seen more of this in
stocks than in index futures but underlying principle
remains the same. Before we get to entry,
exit, and stop loss, let me first show you how you can identify strong
opening range breakouts. In this chart, I have
marked out pivot level along with support, S1 and S2, and resistance, R1 and R2. Now, this is done using
standard pivot point formula. I have posted this in
the comment section below and this is available with most technical
platforms these days. So in my own trading, when I
spot opening range breakout happening way above
the R1 or R2 level, I skip taking the trade. Instead, I wait for
price to pull back and then I prefer to enter. In this chart, look
at this region. This is where price gapped
up above the R2 level. That is Resistance 2 level. Price moved higher and
did not pull back much and hence, I wouldn’t attempt to trade this particular stock. If you look at this
region instead, price gapped near the R2 level, that is the Resistance 2 level, and then it did pull back
between pivot and R1 level. And hence, this is
one of the trades that I would consider taking up. In these two cases that
I’ve marked on the chart, initial opening range
is near the pivot level and between pivot and R1 level. Now, these are the
trades I will prefer more as price still has a lot
of scope to move higher. When the gap is too large, I refrain from trading or I
move to another instrument. What I have observed is
that opening range breakout near the pivot level is
more likely to succeed than when price is opening above or near that Resistance 2 level. In such cases, odds of
mean reversion remain high. Another way to identify
strong opening range breakout is by studying where
the breakout happens with respect to
high volume nodes. High volume node is where
maximum trading activity and volumes exist in that
particular time range. This is an important region
to track price action. A strong opening range
breakout would be one where price is above
the high-volume node. If price breaks out
and a high-volume node exists right above it, I would be circumspect
of taking the trade. If you look at this chart,
this opening range breakout has happened right above
these two high-volume node. This signifies less
resistance going ahead and price is in a much
better position this way to trend higher. I am more inclined towards
taking breakout trades if price is clearly above
the high-volume node. I have observed that
trend is much smoother and even momentum in such
cases remains strong. If you look at this chart, opening range breakout
happens at this region here. Look at where high volume
nodes are on this chart. As price moved higher from this breakout
point to this level, volume node has shifted
to this particular region. Now, opening range forms
exactly at this volume node and then price moves higher
with a clean breakout. If you mark out
this breakout level, it has clearly happened above
this high-volume node region. As an intraday trader, try and
look out for such instances where price is clearly above
the high-volume node regions. Now, I have covered volume
node in a separate video and in case you have missed it, I will leave a link towards
that towards end of this video. Let us now move to two
more important filters. Let me now explain the relevance
of opening range breakout with NR4 and NR7 pattern. These were concepts discussed
in Toby Crabel’s book. NR4, that is Narrow Range 4, is made up of four candlesticks. Most recent candle will have
a range that is much smaller than the three previous candle. This indicates
volatility compression and it is usually a point from where price
moves with momentum. NR7 is Narrow Range 7, and it
is made up of seven candles. Most recent candles
will have a range that is much smaller than
the previous six candles. This also indicates
volatility compression and this is more stronger
than NR4 pattern. What I’ve found is that when
a stock forms NR4 or NR7 and next day, price exhibits
opening range breakout pattern, then odds then are high for
trade being a profitable one. Narrow range represents
volatility contraction and opening range breakout
exhibits volatility expansion. Both these concepts, if you
see, fit perfectly together and hence this is one of
the most important filters in opening range
breakout strategy. If you look at this chart, I
have marked out NR7 and NR4. Look at how many wide
range candles form once price completes
these patterns. This is the main reason why tracking this
consistently is so important for an opening range
breakout pattern. You do get to know which
stocks are more likely to move and hence you can
select these stocks for this particular strategy. Now, another filter
that you’ll see is VWAP. Now, VWAP stands for
volume-weighted average price and this remains one of
the most popular indicators for intraday trading. VWAP is used for
two main reasons. Number one, to get a
sense of intraday trend, and number two, to know
average price based on volumes. If the current
price is below VWAP, then trend is considered down, and if the current
price is above VWAP, then trend is considered as up. Now, VWAP is a vast subject and I cannot cover
this in this video. In the comment section, let me know if you guys are
interested to know about VWAP. Based on your response, I
will make a series on this. From opening range
breakout point of view, I have observed that some
of the strongest breakouts happen just at the VWAP region. This makes sense as
well as VWAP region is kind of a neutral
region in market and buying and selling
usually emerges in and around this region. If breakout happens way above
or way below the VWAP level, it is always better
to avoid those trades. Let us now come to the
section of entry and exit. Entry is pretty straightforward
in this strategy. Although, there are a couple
of variations that play out depending on underlying
market conditions. So, the first case
marked here on the chart is where I will avoid
taking the trade. Price here as opened with
a gap of more than 2.3% and hence there is no
point taking a trade here. In this second case, price
has gapped up by 1.2% and here I will wait
for a pullback to happen before attempting
to take a trade. Any gap which is greater
than 1% should not be chased. Let the price pull back and
only then enter the trade. The remaining two cases here
are pretty straightforward. On both occasions, price moves higher after
the first 15 minutes and that becomes
your entry point. Stop loss for trade can be the nearest pivot
points on the chart and I have marked the same
for your own understanding. Let us now move to
exit conditions. As we discussed in
the previous video, if advance decline
is really strong, let your positions
continue till end of day. If you don’t get strong
advance decline readings, then use ATR to estimate
the probable move in price. For calculating this, I
use average true range data over 50 periods on a
15-minute timeframe chart. In this case, average
true range over 50 periods is rupees eight and
rupees 10 respectively. Therefore, probable
move can be calculated as high of range plus
three times ATR value. For the first case, this would be rupees
1,650 plus rupees 24, that is rupees 1,674. And for the second case here, this would be rupees
1,720 plus rupees 30, that is rupees 1,750. Do know that this is
just an approximation but it does work very well. Now, this strategy, if you
see, is fairly simple to learn and implement on a
day-to-day basis. It is just that initially, you will have lot
of doubts in this. I strongly encourage
you to ask your doubts in the comment section below
no matter how basic it is. I personally read and reply to
each comment that is posted. So kindly consider
hitting the like button and sharing this video if
you find the content useful. Thanks a lot for watching
this video, guys! Take care and be safe.

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  2. I need training on intraday trading of commodities because I am working professional and during NSE hours we have no time. In case any handholding/training happens with you, Kindly inform for Sat-Sun weekly sessions.

  3. Fantastic. So with filters, I need to do the homework one day before and shortlist stock the day before. On the trading day, all I need to do is to monitor the stocks selected, wait for entry and execute, right?

  4. Sir . Superb video.. i dint understand for price open at gap of 1-1.5%.. u were saying to wait for pullback.. what does that mean??

    Can we create screener or alerts on realtime to take the trade ??

  5. 1.Is there a scanner to identify nr4 nr7 setups?
    2. Most of the time upward trend in voltality cycle is erratic,dips n suddenly goes up,what should be done in such stocks?
    3. What is the reason behind to avoid stocks with more than 1.5% gaps?

  6. Hi Sir,

    Thanks for the video. Have a few Qs
    1) How to plot Relative Strength on chart?
    2) Regarding Average volume check, should it be on daily time frame?
    3) There are several filters explained. Do we use all of them before entry?
    4) I did not understand properly the Exit based on ATR. Can you please explain again?

  7. Thanks for your effort and time. Normally the biggest mistake by beginners are lack of doing home works for intraday trading. This series show how important it is to do home works to increase the success rate. Thanks for the book reference. Have a great time. Thanks once again.

  8. Excellent video Sir.Sir in NR pattern if the last candle is a Doji ,how such a pattern differs from Normal NR pattern? An additional added advantage in understanding the breaking direction ?

  9. Dear Bro, I would like to make it simple and more powerful. you just mark horizontally first 15 min candle both the side and wait for crossing it by VWAP. If stock trend, market breadth, and sector performance is in line then go buy/short. Put your SL just preceding candle high of VWAP crossing line. Keep target of 1:2, 1:3, trailing or even till 3.15 hrs. You will be in profit in each week if you risking 1% of your capital per trade( Proper money and Risk Management)
    Avoid Gap up/down, event day and news stock.
    For ex. see – Grasim(31.05.19)- U can short on 3rd candle and kept SL of high of 2nd candle.
    Havells- U can Long on 4th candle and kept SL of Low of 3rd candle.
    I hope this will help to adopt your strategy by common man like me.

  10. One doubt i have is that wont the reward to risk ratio be very small, if we use the opening range as entry and stoploss?

  11. Love to watch your videos.
    God bless you
    Would request you to guide us on positional trading with such simple strategy.

  12. Awesome & Informative Video as Always.Keep Up the Hard Work.Please Make a Video on VWAP.

    Can u Make Video on Market Structure?Also Just 2 Days Ago my Friend who happens to be Trader
    Has given me Day Trading By Toby Crabel Book and i have started reading it.

    Have Some Queries as always:-
    1)Stop Loss is Way too High.Also if SL is Kept within 0.5% range it may get Hunted.
    2)Can we Take Entry Based on 5 Mins?
    2)NR4/NR7 With Insider/Doji Will Really Work Nicely.
    3)IF First 15 Min Candle Has Long wicks Then Entry Can be a Issue.
    4)ORB Strategy will Work Wonders if the Underlying has Open=Low/Open=High.
    5)Target Should be 1-1.5% if Working on Index Since after 1:30 European Markets Mostly Decide
    Our Trend.
    6)Can we Trade with Options Using This Strategy?If Yes Which is Suitable ?Whether ITM/ATM?
    7)Can This Strategy be Used When VIX is High?
    8)Can Entry Be Taken considering Only the Body of the Candle?

  13. Hi Sir ..I cannot thank you more for doing such a great job by teaching us every nuance in trading … πŸ™‚ I have a doubt : one of the stock selection conditions were that RS should be sloping up or down with ATR/volatility sloping/increasing ..but then you also mentioned that ORB works well with the NR7 or NR4 stocks but then our volatility condition would not meet as the volatility would be contracting if we would see on daily chart .. ? Can you also explain the profit booking concept u explained using ATR i did not get that one .. Thanks again.

  14. Thanks a lot for this great video πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™. After I started learning from you, I understand that all these concepts of RSI, HVN, LVN, volatility, ranges etc., are keep appearing in different strategies and different time frames. I believe all that we need to is to mix and match these with our own psychology and be consistent and disciplined. Simply to put in your own words, 'making it our own'. Have a great day ahead☺

  15. Sir, FII's activity (buy/sell stocks) Daily Bulk Deal report main COMPLETELY a_te hai kya? Please explain…..

  16. thanks for the video.
    Got one question on OI, recently i observed that Price is taking support or resistance at straddle value from Expiry.
    Ex: Expiry Price + straddle value = R1 , Expiry Price – straddle value = S1. I would like to learn logic from you, thanks

  17. When will u start personal Mentoring?I am Sure to become your First Student.
    Can u make a Video on Trader Psychology?I am Unable to Stand in Big Positions.
    The moment i Start Seeing Small Profits i get out of the Trade even though i Know That
    Trade Will Run in My direction.
    Thanks For the Reply.

  18. Again, have no words to express gratitude..i keep wondering u r like an encyclopedia of market πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡..looking forward for VWAP video series😊😊

  19. Super info and liked it, VWAP is an important tool used in charts, kindly give us more info on that too, thanks !

  20. Sir, for any index.. The stocks r given weights… My question is does the weight of stock in index changes? And how does the weight matter for index movements.
    Please reply sir

  21. Hi brother it's a good video, couldn't comment, was busy.
    I have a doubt, RS and correlation coefficient(correlated or not-1to+1) in trading view or rather platforms how are different. I'm waiting for your gold

  22. Very logical and knowledgeable information. However, couldnt understand the "ATR = Rs 8 & Rs 10" part (20.40). Thanks.

  23. Hello sir,
    I personally feel macros are not supporting the recent upmove.

    Option chain data also suggesting bearishness.
    However, the trend seems intact.
    Correct me If I am wrong.
    Looks confusing.
    Need help.

    Thanks for the video.

  24. Could you recommend me a paid/free technical trend scanner for scanning stocks Intraday realtime like when ADX moves above 30 from below and RSI is above 30 from below he should alert me with list of stocks.

  25. Sir good morning this is an excellent educational topic but sir please make a vedio of winning strategies by confluence of above mentioned indicates which you have posted in this version. Thanks a lot have a nice day.

  26. Hats up your huge knowledge in this domain, and your explanation are simply superb. i am observing your all videos, and not only cover basic its and all advanced concept and i bet you no one can teach free. i saw lot of requested for Hindi video. please dont mix hindi and english in one video. and if in your mind to start any course related to this domain please inform to us. have a great weekend 10q.

  27. Sir, I have a doubt on candles. For eg in a 15 min chart, if a candle opens = low, or open = high,

    1. Will there be a breach either way within the 15 minutes?

    2. Will the data of whether open = low or open = high, be available within the few minutes of opening of the 15-minute candle?

    I studied, so many charts across stocks, the breach does not happen.

    Kindly clarify. Thanks.

  28. Sir this is one of the BEST videos. Thanx. Sir Please let me know of any relation/indication wrt India VIX for the above ORB video?

  29. Very informative video,appreciate your efforts. Just wanted to know couple of things 1.which is the charting platform used in video 2.where can I get that pivot indicator


  30. Sir make a video on profit booking in intraday with examples of different market conditions and also make a video on exponential moving average. Thank you

  31. I have one doubt. When we talk about more than average volumes as odd on our side. Are we talking of volume breakout also in first 15 minutes. And is it enough time frame to judge volumes because we have to act fast as ORB can happen on the 2nd candle of the day. Thanks.

  32. Thanks again for very comprehensive coverage . I have a few questions..

    1. Market, sectoral and stock trend conformity , increasing volumes over last few days while making new highs/ lows, NR4, NR7 ( By the way, Can these two patterns be also picked up from Bollinger Band?), candles to indentify timing of likely trade, take trade only when volatility is expanding while RS (is it same as RSI?) is either moving up or down and be mindful of large candle retracement while going long/ unmindful while going short.. Is this correct?

    2. How do we scan for and pick good stocks based on parameters you gave (Mkt Cap >5K crores, ROCE & ROE>5%, Promoter share >70% as suggested by you), plus the parameters given above? Is it possible to do so in Zerodha streak?

    3. About ATR/ volatility – These indicators can change direction. So at what stage do we know if the volatility is expanding?

  33. thank you so much for making such a videos ,plz make videos regarding vwap and volume profile

  34. Hi ST..Query may seem too simplistic but till date i have been trading NR7+IB as one of my strategies. In that i follow a simple logic of entering when high or low of NR7 candle is breached. That NEED NOT be the first 15 min candle. But in this video you are suggesting to use NR7 by that you mean the high and low of NR7 candle needs to be breached within the first 15min of the day..Hope my query is clear..
    Also what is the RS period used for checking the stocks..Thanks

  35. Indicator forms depends upon the price moves so as Of my view don’t follow such indicators also I saw all of the channels shows as completed charts. Anyone brave to show on the live chart

  36. This is also a Best Video
    Will you please show the Indicators in Zerodha
    As most viewers are using Zerodha
    You could have included PDH PDL for this method
    Volatility and ATR indicators

  37. Can you please state the full indicator name for Volatility (as per trading view) along the lookback period for both Volatility and ATR.

  38. This is the best video I ever had. Its the result of very very deep understanding and experience in this field. Nice explanation with a very clear voice and beautiful accent. God bless you!!!

  39. Thanks for video
    I'm using all those indicators since earlier, but my odds of success is rear.
    Don't know what's happening whether it
    is due to early profit booking, emotions,
    or greed.
    Requested to suggest anything else.
    After all the above you said in video I think in intraday a stock replicating Indian markets and foreign markets happens.
    If possible can you please make a video on different markets openings in Indian markets.
    Thanking you for your enthusiasm.

  40. I am currently trying out this system on 5 minute but without all these filters and closing position only around the end of the day..I think too many filters spoil everything…It is very much impossible to satisfy all these conditions and then also anything can happen.. so why…. say no to indicators ))

  41. Thank you for your video. Very insightful. You mentioned in another comment that you use Amibroker Software. I am very intrigued by this software. In my research, I am finding VERY little evidence of people using this software outside of India. Why? I would appreciate any videos you can produce regarding how you use this software in your trading. Thank you.

  42. Hi , i think you are only one who reads all comments and replies to them, yours is truly a genuine channel which offers in depth of technical knowledge , i am watching your videos , and have planned to watch all yours past videos on weekends , though some of it bounce me , but still I am learning and practice, i hope one day I will ask any tech question

  43. Hii Sir thanks for your valuable lessons. Pleaze tell that how I could use High volume note and low volume note graph I mean it is not available in .please help

  44. Great video. One doubt. You have mentioned that in case of Gap up/ Break out < 1.5% not to trade at breakout but after rectracement. At what point should we enter. Should we enter after 38.2%/61.8% retracement or should we trade after when price after retracement breaks a previous swing high.

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