Nifty 50 Index: A Dramatic Crash Ahead?

NSE:NIFTY   Nifty 50 Index
Technical Analysis :

Unveiling the Mystery: Understanding the Actual Value Zone in Stock Trading

In simple terms, the Actual Value Zone represents the price range within which retailers trade a stock among themselves. Let's take an example to understand it better.

Imagine there is a continuous supply of 10,000 kg of potatoes in the market. This keeps the potato prices stable because the demand is met by the supply. As a result, the price remains within a certain range, indicated by the blue zone on the chart, depending on the time frame we are considering.

Now, let's imagine a business person or institution who wants to make money from potatoes. They disrupt the supply chain by stocking a huge amount, let's say 50% of the supply. This sudden decrease in supply causes the price of potatoes to double until the next cycle of 10,000 kg of supply from farmers.

This situation often leads to a green candle, symbolizing a surge in market demand. As a result, everyone starts buying potatoes, and with the help of retailers, the price of potatoes can increase up to four times the original price.

At this stage, the business person or institution has stocked 50% of the potatoes, and the retailers have also stocked 50%. The institution wants to accumulate more potatoes from those retailers who are unwilling to sell. To achieve this, the institution supplies a small number of potatoes, causing the price to drop slightly. This tempts some retailers to sell their potatoes, which the institution buys again, creating a situation known as Bearish Divergence.

To summarize this story, initially, the actual price of each kg of potato was 10 rupees. It increased to 20 rupees after the institution stocked 50%, and then further rose to 40 rupees when retailers also stocked 50%. The institution makes money by selling their potatoes bought at 10 rupees for 40 rupees, which leads to more potatoes being sold at higher prices. Eventually, this increases the supply, causing the price to drop back to its original value.

This story illustrates a fundamental principle underlying the stock market and other assets worldwide. Retailers, with their limited resources, have minimal influence over price fluctuations. The market is driven by various factors, including manipulation by institutions, creating a complex environment for trading.

And a successful retail trader must know when the institution is going to sell or buy !

My next move : I'm patiently waiting for a significant breakthrough moment. Interestingly, it seems that institutions are deliberately keeping the market steady at a particular price level. However, this is actually a strategic move on their part. They are waiting for the market to reach another price range before starting to sell. When they do, I plan to follow their lead and sell my assets as well.

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The Search Volume Profile indicator's Red Line close to blue zone validates the blue zone as the true value zone

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