The Nifty Bank has corrected over 10 per cent so far this month and this furious downside has created a fear, which distorts the confidence of traders and investors. On Monday November 29, the Nifty Bank breached its 200-day moving average (DMA) placed at 35,700 hitting an intra-day low of 35,327. Market participants regard this average as the crucial denominator and firmly believe in its significance. Any stock trading below the 200-DMA is viewed as a negative stock with inclination of further downside.
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