A Classic example of How fast Trends and Positions change in Day trading

You don’t have to pre-determine whether the market will go up or down for day trading. Instead, be fast and go with the flow because that’s the only way to make money in day trading. And today’s Nifty move is the classic example of that. 

First, the Nifty opened with a huge gap. Then took resistance at Trend Square level and gave a quick Sell trade opportunity. 

But soon, the tide gets changed, and that too again from the Trend Square support level, and that change gave a Buy trade opportunity.

Did you see How fast trends get shift from sell to buy? And so my positions. 

I took advantage of both the moves by first going long in Nifty 16100 PE (for a sell signal), and then I took a long position in 16200 CE (for a buy signal).

In intraday trades, you need to be fast to determine what the markets can do next. And for that, you need a solid mindset with a reliable trading technique like our ‘TREND SQUARE,’ the one I’ve used in both the above trades. 

The TREND SQUARE method is a super-fast technique that quickly adjusts itself with the market’s flow. It wipes out the confusion on TREND, and side-by-side, it helps to locate the suitable entry or exit point in an unusual way.

So, don’t miss the opportunity to learn this simple and super-fast trading skill based on the concept of squares. You can mail me here to know more details about the course. 

About the author

Divesh Jotwani is a Full-time trader in the Indian stock market. He has spent over 20+ years researching and discovering WD Gann's methods and applying them day in and out markets.