Indian stock market and always world stock market most popular word Intraday. Day trading called Intraday.
Buy the scrip or commodities and sell same day . it is called Intraday.
Intraday Supporting Tool
Pivot calculator , Fibonacci Calculator and Gann Calculator.
Indicator in Chart
5,10 and 15 Minutes RSI, Parabolic SAR,Stochastic oscillator , MACD Level – 20, 50, 100… , CCI Indicator.
1 ) Scrip trade above support , You can buy the stock with stop loss Support Level. ( Target 1/ Resistance 1 , Target 2 / Resistance 2 , Target 3 / Resistance 3 )
2 ) Scrip trade below Resistance , You can sell the stock with stop loss Resistance.( Target 1/ Support 1 , Target 2 / Support 2 , Target 3 / Support 3 )
Fibonacci Calculator is give retracement level and Extension. First confirm down trend or uptrend. Place High price, low price and Current ( Custom ) price.
Place Current price it will show next target level and stop loss level.
How To Trade using Gann Calculator
Enter Current market price / last trading price or volume weighted average price.
Click calculate button you get a stock recommendation.
Market open after 30 minutes to 1 hour you can use the calculator.
Positional Trade use volume weighted average price (VWAP )
Low volume and low price stock don’t use Gann Calculator
Technical Charts indices
Relative Strength Indices ( RSI ) , Moving average convergence divergence (MACD) , Parabolic SAR , Stochastic oscillator and Commodity Channel Index ( CCI ) .
Relative Strength Indices
The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of price movements. The RSI oscillates between zero and 100. Traditionally the RSI is considered overbought when above 70 and oversold when below 30. Signals can be generated by looking for divergences and failure swings. RSI can also be used to identify the general trend.
Moving average convergence divergence ( MACD Level )
Moving average convergence divergence is called MACD Level. Blue or Green line and Red line where it is cross, it is the point to buy or sell . Bottom two line cross means scrip possible to move up and If two cross up level possible to move down.
Blue or Green Line – MACD Line
Red Line – Signal Line
Parabolic SAR Level
The Parabolic SAR works best with trending securities, which occur roughly 30% of the time according to Wilder’s estimates. This means the indicator will be prone to whipsaws over 50% of the time or when a security is not trending. After all, SAR is designed to catch the trend and follow it like a trailing stop. As with most indicators, the signal quality depends on the settings and the characteristics of the underlying security. The right settings combined with decent trends can produce a great trading system. The wrong settings will result in whipsaws, losses, and frustration.
SAR follows price and can be considered a trend following indicator. Once a downtrend reverses and starts up, SAR follows prices like a trailing stop. The stop continuously rises as long as the uptrend remains in place. In other words, SAR never decreases in an uptrend and continuously protects profits as prices advance. The indicator acts as a guard against the propensity to lower a stop-loss. Once price stops rising and reverses below SAR, a downtrend starts and SAR is above the price. SAR follows prices lower like a trailing stop. The stop continuously falls as long as the downtrend extends. Because SAR never rises in a downtrend, it continuously protects profits on short positions.
The Stochastic Oscillator showing Over bought condition and over sold condition.
Commodity Channel Index ( CCI )
Open up the stock’s yearly chart.
Locate two highs or two lows on the chart.
Take note of the time interval between these two highs or lows (cycle length).