Technical Analysis

RIL hovers in a sideways band

YOGANAND D | Updated on January 23, 2018 Published on May 17, 2015


Last week, the stock declined almost 2 per cent after testing the resistance at ₹900 levels. However, it continues to trade in a sideways range between ₹850 and ₹900. The oscillators are hovering in the neutral region without any clear bias. The daily volumes have also been declining.

As with other stocks, RIL needs to move out of the sideways range for a clear short-term trend.

Hence, traders with a short-term perspective should stay away as long as it trades in the sideways band.

A strong fall below ₹850 can drag the stock down to ₹830 and then to ₹810.

A decisive rally above ₹900 would pave the way for a rally to the subsequent resistance in the band between the ₹930 and ₹940 levels.

The medium-term trend is also sideways in a wide range.

Investors with medium-term view should also stay on the sidelines.

Published on May 17, 2015

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