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Jindal Steel, Adani Ports: Two stocks that Anand Rathi is bearish on

The stock price of Adani Ports has formed a triple top formation on the daily chart at around 365 levels

Markets | Market technicals | Jindal Steel

Nilesh Jain  |  Mumbai 

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The stock is facing resistance of its downward sloping trend line on the daily chart. It is also making a lower top and lower bottom formation, which hints that the stock may test its previous swing low of 160 levels in the short term. The immediate hurdle of 21-DMA is placed at 188 levels. Momentum indicator RSI has formed a double top formation on the weekly scale which is a negative sign and MACD oscillators have also provided a sell crossover which hints of further negative momentum in the counter.


The stock has formed a triple top formation on the daily chart at around 365 levels. It has also breached its short-term 21-DMA and now it’s heading towards its 200-DMA which is placed at 330 levels. The momentum indicators and oscillators are in the sell mode on the daily scales which hints at strong momentum in the short term.

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The stock is trading in a rising channel and currently, it has found the support of its lower band of the channel, so a strong pullback can be expected. Interestingly, it also surpassed its 200-day simple moving average which was placed at 1,230. The momentum indicator RSI has also reversed from its oversold territory and MACD has provided a buy crossover on the hourly chart which hints at a short-term positive momentum in the counter.

Disclaimer: Nilesh Jain is Technical and Derivatives Research Analyst at Shares and Stock Brokers. He may have positions in one or all of the above mentioned stocks. Views are personal.

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First Published: Fri, October 16 2020. 08:09 IST