Wednesday, 26 July 2017

5 key indicators for successful nifty futures trading

Nifty futures are the most traded trading segment it is highly liquid and traders can easily trade diversified. Nifty futures trading are not child’s play. It requires perfect trading strategy and independent technical setup to trade. There are various factors which can influence traders’ decision. 

Technical indicators are the way where traders can predict the future trend based on particular security’s past performance. Technical analysts help you to predict whether any volatility is going to occur in any particular security and how a security will react. Fundamental and technical indicators are the two essential factors for preparing an effective strategy. We, Money ClassicInvestment Advisers are leading advisory company. 

Here we are offering 5 proficient technical indicators that are as follows-

1.     Relative Strength Indicator (RSI) - It is a momentum oscillator which helps us to measure the magnitude of the directional price movements. RSI indicates the rise or fall in price. This is one of the most trustworthy indicators to establish accumulation and distribution phase.  It gives indications on a range from 0 to 100. The high level spotted at 70 and low at 30.

2.     Moving Averages- Moving averages is one of the most functional technical indicators in technical analysis. It offers reliable signals when it is used in cycle with other oscillators like MACD and RSI. The general time for the securities for moving averages is 10 days, 21 days, 50 days, 100 days and 200 days.

3.     Average Directional Index (ADX) - It is generally used to measure the trend strength. ADX is marked as a single line with values ranging from 0-100. Traders take advantage of quantifying the strongest zone and maximizing the opportunity to build aggressive positions. It is a valuable instrument to draw a route in a market.

4.     Bollinger Band- Bollinger Band helps us to provide a relative definition of high and low. It is used to observe the fluctuations and volatility in nifty futures. The Bollinger Bands are easy to use and give effective result. It is useful in comparing price action to the action of indicators.

5.     Stochastic Oscillator- it is a momentum indicator to compare the closing price of a particular security to the price range over a period of time. The oscillator helps us to analyze the market movements with the time period by taking a moving average of the result. It gives result in range from 0 to 100 that remain constant. It indicates oversold and overbought threshold at 20 and 80 respectively.

Once you analyze technical indicator, the time comes to implement that but implementation is not like an easy task for everyone. Only analysis of these technical indicators is not enough to jump into nifty futures. So the traders are advised to trade with the help of expert and recommendation on nifty futures provided by them. Experts who generate tips on nifty futures merge various tools with the analysis to make an effective strategy. 

We at Money Classic Investment Advisers provide authentic tips on nifty futures so that traders can earn desire return from their investment.

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