May 1, 2012

  • Price has taken support at 50 Day SMA.
  • Daily cloud is yet to be tested.
  • Resistance at 20 Day SMA. For bulls of Apple  this  up move has to trade and close above 20 Day SMA  for a bigger up move to happen.






  • Weekly chart testing Middle Bollinger band and 50 Week SMA.
  • MACD Histograms are showing positive divergence But there is no buy signal yet.
  • Immediate support at 7.95 and 200 Day SMA. Resistance at 8.40 and 50 Day SMA.




  • Tata steel is trading in a range of 442 - 482.
  • For bulls of Tata Steel price must sustain  above 200 SMA and breakout above the resistance line shown in 2nd chart.
  • 3rd chart shows Bollinger band contraction with reducing volumes. Volume spike and closing outside the band may give good direction.
  • Last chart is the weekly chart with Bollinger band.  Price sustaining above 20 Week SMA should favor bulls of Tata Steel.



  • Gold weekly chart in a triangle pattern.
  • Price is trading inside the weekly cloud. Price may continue in the direction of the breakout from the cloud. Price taking support at the base of the cloud shows a possibility of an upper breakout.
  • Gold will be weak below  1623 and 1612 and strong  above 50 day SMA.

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