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Previous week saw an emergence of a bullish reversal indicator in United Phosphorus- 'The Morning Doji Star' Pattern. This pattern consists of determination of the trend based on performance of three candle sticks patterns which indicates that the prevailing down trend has ended and a gradual process of new up trend could be in the offing.
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The Morning Doji Star
This pattern characterizes the reversal pattern in the prevailing down trend in the counter. The 1st day of the morning star pattern signifies a long red candle indicating the last downside move preceded by several down trending days. The 2nd day is a doji which opens gap-down & closes somewhere near the very same open- indicating a tussle between bulls and the bears in search of a decisive trend. The 3rd day is the bullish confirmation day with a big white candle piercing above the mid-point of the real body of 1st day of the pattern.
In short, we have a stock in a down trend since quite some while and we get a star doji indicating that bears were in control of the downtrend but was duly followed by bulls taking some charge of the situations- meaning bears are losing capacity to drive down the stock further from here. The confirmation of this comes on the 3rd day of the pattern when bulls seems to be in full control of the situation and betting of the reversal in the stock fortunes. However, traders who want further confirmation of this reversal pattern can latch on to clues from the another 2-3 days of trading sentiment in the counter.
Supports & ResistancesComing back to United Phosphorus and the bullish reversal pattern in this counter, we have witnessed a Morning Doji Star pattern (as marked by Blue Rectangle on above Chart) around September 24, 2009. With the positive stock performance in the following 4-5 sessions of witnessing this pattern, we can conclude that the stock could have indeed bottomed out around 154-156 zone in the near term horizon.
The stock has minor support around 163-164 zone followed by 154-156 at deeper levels. Presuming that this stock view on United Phosphorus has indeed sought a bullish reversal pattern with determination of Morning Doji Star pattern during the last week, we can come to conclusion that the stock has a strong support at 154-156 where the stock could have bottomed out in near term.
The stock has a resistance at 174-175 zone. So, a real bullish confirmation comes above 174-175 levels where traders can bet with conviction. However, the entry and exit strategy to be used for trading in this counter may vary from trader to trader depending upon their risk profile & to some extent market conditions as well. Traders are requested not to take trading calls on each and every stock view presented by me on this blog. Consider all the above views as guide posts with thoughts on the stock and its trend, rather than as a recommendation to Buy/Sell.
Note: The term ‘Trend Reversal’ could have number of implications. One of them being- the prior trend would cease to exist, not necessarily being reversed instantly. Also, a trend reversal is a slow and a gradual process which develops over a period of time with change in sentiment.
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