Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Nifty, following the Map created in Feb.12, is entering the critical & decisive zone..


J.R.Julius said...

Camarilla EOD Comment : Nifty Spot
H4@6026 triggered very earlier.
As per Our GAP RULES new Levels cane be considered [calculated with today open instead of p.close]


Good Run Today.
Atleast one could have earned 20+80 = 100pts
even in worst case 50pts!

I could not unitized today movement due to net
prob and out of station too.

Tomorrow Watch H3 & L3 around price actions.

///I've shown my best alerts in real-time
will continue the same only when time permits.///

Bye All.

Adrian Jose said...

I would like to express my sincerest gratitude to … ... Illango Sir,
from your guidance, great kindness and patience and
I wish to say a heartfelt thank you.

rajapvt said...

Awaiting for price confirmation along with RSI divergence.

Anandha said...

Masters here are really helping other members with devine knowledge. Its up to one who is interested to learn.

Raghavendra said...

Ilango sir,

1. When Nifty weekly closed at 6075 on Jan 25th RSI (14D) was ~70.
2. If , Assuming Nifty closes at this level this week RSI (14D) will be ~ 61.

Can we take this as RSI Weekly negative divergence since the Time taken between these 2 tops is more than 4 months.



Anandha said...

Sir ji, Wonderful Nifty map. Do you see 6300 - 6330 is resistance for nifty to take reversal in few days ?

divya thakor said...

is it valid possibilities or count?
wave-1 4531.15 to 5629.95
wave-2 5629.95 to 4770.35
wave3.1- 4770.35 to 6111.80
wave3.2- 6111.80 to 5477
wave3.3-5477 to currently on

Anandha said...

Thanks for sharing books with me Bro. Ilango sir is spreading not only the wisdom but also the nature of helping others to learn things.Thanks Julius sir as well.Even if he is in remote location, his commitment toward CAMERILLA validation & suggestion is priceless. Proud to be a follower of this blog.

Anand Kumar said...

Good Evening
What is the level of 2 horizontal line at 1/X in top chart. Whether it has achieved or yet to be achieved.
In the top second chart it has been mentioned "80% @ 5980 would be decider". Since nifty has surpassed 5980, what is the maximum height will it go.

Thanks for displaying the future course of nifty and very thanks for getting me relieved from tension as I am in short.


Jaspal said...

Greetings Master,
I have send an email pls reply if time permits.


Nilesh Patil said...

Thanks master for detailed update again.

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Anand Kumar said...

I am not an expert in elliot wave. I have tried a lot to learn but either-or have always made me confused, hence left to learn.
As per the 1st top chart--
1/x: may be 6180-6260
a: 5477
b: 5900-5960
C: 3550- 3750

shriram said...

@ Anandha:

Good, make the best use of the knowledge, w.o getting into trap of self-ego & attachment to EW lables.

That is the real teaching of Ilango.

Treat TA like a spiritual practice, be a SAINT IN THE TRADING ROOM, follow clues of NOS. w.o adulteration of "emotions" or "reacting to other human noise", and

then see the magic unfold !

Best wishes

garaga suresh said...

sir, why u study in hourly chart it making confusing wave count this happened today

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rajiv malik said...

dear learned friends,

there is a rule called- three-sigma rule, or empirical rule

how can we use this rule in stock markets......any idea ?

rajiv malik said...

there is a rule called- three-sigma rule, or empirical rule

In statistics, the 68–95–99.7 rule — or three-sigma rule, or empirical rule — states that for a normal distribution, nearly all values lie within 3 standard deviations of the mean.
About 68.27% of the values lie within 1 standard deviation of the mean. Similarly, about 95.45% of the values lie within 2 standard deviations of the mean. Nearly all (99.73%) of the values lie within 3 standard deviations of the mean.
In mathematical notation, these facts can be expressed as follows, where x is an observation from a normally distributed random variable, μ is the mean of the distribution, and σ is its standard deviation:

how can we use this rule in stock markets and benefit from it......any idea ?

SJkolkata said...

Ilango sir,
Picture perfect prediction.
But what happens with public and even disciples that whatever is written by saints in Bible, Kuran, Upnishad, Purans etc, years ago are forgotten in daily hustle and the mind starts thinking very narrow.
This is what happened with your feb,12 prediction.
He who follows his masters (saints) perfectly should have remembered this.
Sorry, but it's true that I had not remembered this one of your posts.
Will try to cultivate a method to keep tab of all such future guidelines from your end.
The entire class and JN-institution should be sorry for this.
I feel once again honored to be part of JN.
All my personal opinion without any intent to hurt anyone.

shriram said...

@ Rajiv Malik:

For applying Bell curve / Normal Distr. Maths to Market, u need to identify those parameters (data) that form a Bell curve distribution in the 1st place !

Stand alone Price DOESN NOT, its distribution is actually Inverse Bell..

but if one applies Fischer Transform to the Probability Distribution (PDF)of price, then that o/p is a Bell curve


Anandha said...

@ Shriram
Thanks Bro. I like to keep myself busy always and run with time.Do not like to think of someones words when they are not worth learning from those words.Even if I have a look, I just ignore. No emotions to through on them.It doesn't give any returns except turning back to us.

rajiv malik said...

thanks dear shriram ji. this looks like a complex matter when practically associating with the functioning of the markets.

Anandha said...

@ Rajiv Malik,
Good concept you brought in. Hope the JNSAR acts as mean.We do follow this when we stick to JNSAR or any other SAR system. But when you are opening trade and closing trade is important.

rajiv malik said...

thanks for your useful response anandha ji !

VK said...

Ilango ji,

in reference to your chart dated Feb 12, since 5980 has been surpassed, can we safely rule out teh current upmove as X and count as wave 1 or wave X is still in contention?

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