HOW TO TRADE Intraday Pullback Trading Strategy (Intraday Trading Price Action) πŸ”₯πŸ”₯


– [Instructor]
Welcome to the video on How to trade Intraday
Pullback Trading strategy using Price Action Techniques. In this series, we
will be learning about Intraday
Trading Strategies and short-term
trading in detail. I’ll be showing you
three simple steps which will help
you execute trades based on this pullback
trading strategy. Again, this intraday
strategy is extremely simple and this is something
you can learn today and start practicing
it from Monday. So, let’s get started. So let us first begin with
what we need to focus upon in this pullback
trading strategy. In order to execute long trades, we are looking to buy into dips after price has had
a prior up move. To identify when
to enter the trade, we need to understand
price action, Fibonacci retracement, and
standard pivot points on chart. We will also be
using moving averages to help us decide the
direction of trend. I will first explain the
individual components required to trade this strategy
and then we will discuss about three simple rules
to execute both long trades and short trades. Essentially, we are looking
into confluence of price, Fibonacci retracement, moving
averages, and pivot points. Through this simple framework, we are looking into identifying
high probability trades. Let us first start with
Fibonacci indicator. A Fibonacci retracement is a
term used in technical analysis that refers to area of support
or resistance on a chart. Fibonacci retracement
levels use horizontal lines to indicate where
possible support and resistance levels
are on a chart. Now, each level is
associated with a percentage representing how much of a
prior move price has retraced. When combined with price action, Fibonacci retracement
does an excellent job in identifying potential
turning points in the market. The most popular Fibonacci
retracement levels are 23.6%, 38.2%, 61.8%, and 78.6% level. It’s important to note that 50% retracement
level that you see is not a Fibonacci number,
but it is still widely used. Do note that Fibonacci
retracement is a
standard indicator which is available across
all technical platforms; that is, a web-based or a
software-based platform. For this Intraday
pullback trading strategy, you need to mark out
three levels on the chart: 38.2%, 50%, and 61.8%
retracement level. I will be explaining the
relevance of each level with respect to trading
in the later slides. In this chart, I have
marked out Fibonacci levels at this region. On each chart, we will
be marking out 38.2%, 50%, and 61.8%
retracement level. Price moves from this
point to this region and it then retraces back
at 50% retracement level. From there on, price
again heads higher. Now, most Intraday
trades that do well take support at 38.2%
level or at 50% level. Once price moves at or
below the 61.8 % level, it should be considered
as a weak uptrend. Now, I’ll come to entry and
exit later, but in general, you should be waiting for
price to retrace to 38.2% or 50% level before thinking
about initiating the trade. Even if price retraces
to 61.8% level, you can still initiate the
trade but you will have to check for some other
conditions as well. Now, this I will be taking up in example section
of this video. Let us now come to
pivot points on a chart. On this chart, I have marked
out standard pivot points. These pivot points are available across most technical platforms and I’ve given out the
calculation for same in the comment section below. In the pivot point chart, the blue line that you
see is a pivot level. Two green horizontal
lines that you see here are resistance one and
resistance two level. And two red lines are support
one and support two level. In this Intraday
Trading Strategy, we need to wait for
pullback to happen near the pivot level or
near support one level. During the same time, if price is near the 38.2%
retracement level or 50% level, then that pullback becomes
a high probability trade. If you look at this region, this is where
pullback has happened. This is the same chart that
we saw in the previous slide. Pullback is right about
at the pivot level and as per previous chart, pullback is exactly at
50% retracement level. Always remember that when pivots and Fibonacci come together, the setup is clearly one
with higher odds of success. In this video I’ll be showing
you plenty of examples where I’ll show you how
confluence of price action, pivots, and Fibonacci lead
to high probability trades. In this chart, price has
had a prior down move and then price has
retraced on the upside. Look at where the
price retraces back to before heading lower. Price precisely
starts to retrace once it reaches the pivot level. On an intraday basis, price
retracing back to pivot level is very common and
hence always keep track of these levels on chart. If you look at price here, it just could not get
past the pivot level and then it moves
lower with momentum. Take a snapshot of this chart, as this is the setup you
should be looking for on the short side of the market. When it comes to pivot levels, there are standard pivot
points, Camarilla pivot points, Fibonacci pivot points,
and many other variation. Now all these variations
work very well and you can choose
any one of these. However, always remember that whichever pivot
levels you choose, be consistent with it. Don’t flip between
standard pivot points, Camarilla pivot points,
or Fibonacci pivot points. This is an important
point to note that whichever pivot
point you consider, be consistent with it
for at least 50 trades. This is the same chart that
we saw in the previous slide. If you see, price in
the previous chart reversed from pivot level. In this chart, price
has exactly reversed from the 50% level
and 61.8% level. Now let us recollect that
whenever price retraces back to pivot level or near the
Fibonacci retracement level, then that region becomes a
high probability trade region. This is what you have to look
out for on a consistent basis, that is the confluence of
price, Fibonacci retracement, and pivot levels together. Since we have seen how Fibonacci
and pivot work together, let us now move to some
price action concepts you need to be aware. In the later slides then, we will look into detailed
applications of these. When it comes to Intraday
price action patterns, the most important
thing to consider is where the patterns form
and what do they represent. The first thing that
you need to look out for is candle’s tail and shadows. Candlestick tail
represents demand and shadow represents supply. In Intraday trading,
tails and shadows are more important
than patterns. The main reason for this is
that these represent demand and supply at lows and at highs. This is also the first
sign of demand and supply that can be spotted
by an intraday trader. If you look at this chart, look at all the series
of long tails here. This clearly represents
demand at lower level. Similarly, at this region, series of all these long shadows represent selling
at higher levels. Whenever you are looking
for trading pullbacks, try to spot tails and shadows
to assess demand and supply. This way, before deciding
to place a trade, you would clearly know
who remains in control. Now, I’ll cover more
of this in examples as to how to use this
on a real-time basis. Let us discuss bullish
and bearish patterns in this Intraday strategy. There are three
specific patterns that you need to look out for at pivot level or at
retracement level. The first pattern
is bullish engulfing where buyers take control of
price and drive it higher. The wider the candle
is during this process, the better it is. If more bearish candles are
engulfed in this process, this would signify
more bullishness. Second pattern is
bullish piercing pattern, where after a strong
bearish candles, buyers take control of price
and drive prices higher from low point of the day. This clearly reflects
shift in momentum and is another important intraday trading
price action pattern. Third pattern is the
long tail candle pattern. Now, this is also
known as pin bar and this again represents
shift in momentum in price. All these three patterns are
very common in Intraday trading and these are the
ones I focus upon. On Intraday basis, most
common pattern playing out is the pin bar or long
tail candle reversal. Quite often, after
long tail candle, you will see bullish engulfing or bullish piercing
pattern forming. Now, whenever you spot this
happening, always take note because that becomes a
high probability set up. When it comes to bearish
candlestick pattern, the first pattern is
bearish engulfing, where sellers take control of
price and then drive it lower. Again, the wider the candle and the more number of bullish
candles that are engulfed, the better it is. Second pattern is the
dark cloud cover pattern, where after a strong
bullish candle, sellers take control of
price and drive price lower from high point of the day. Both bearish engulfing and
dark cloud cover pattern are very important when it comes to short selling
on intraday basis. Third pattern is the
long shadow candle. This again represents
shift in momentum and such patterns
should be taken note of. Always remember that the
first point of analysis is to identify long tail
and long shadow candles and then you have to look for other price action
patterns on chart. You also need to understand
that more than the patterns, where these pattern
form is more important. Now as a trader, you
need to develop the skill of situational awareness
by decoding price action with each candle that
is printed on the chart. This is the only way you
will develop your intuition and feel for the price. Another set of price action
pattern to take not of is wide range candles. These candles quite often have
a very important role to play when it comes to
intraday trading. Wide range candles,
depending on where they form, are an excellent source
of demand and supply. Their relevance obviously
depends on where they form, but in general, when you
see a wide range candle with strong volumes,
think in terms of demand and whenever you see wide
range supply candles, think in terms of resistance. If you see wide range candles
forming near pivot level and Fibonacci retracement
level, then always take note. Wide range candles with
long tails and long shadows are also very strong patterns and they do work very
well on an intraday basis. One more reason why these
candles are extremely important is because most trend
reversals, if you see, are very common in and
around such candle patterns. Let us now move to the role
of volume and moving average when it comes to this
trading strategy. In this Intraday
Trading Strategy, both volume and moving
average is optional to use. However, it is not that these don’t add
value to this method. I prefer to use these at times, depending on prevailing
market conditions. When price is heading
higher or lower, volume pick up is
always a positive sign. For example, in this
chart, as price moved up, clear volume
expansion was visible. Furthermore, as price moved
lower and consolidated here, volumes were clearly
on the lower side. Again, this is something that clearly reflects lack
of interest by participants as price moved lower. Had volumes increased as
price moved lower here, that would be a
warning sign for those looking to buy
into this pullback. Therefore, if you want to
combine volume with this method, make sure volume
expands in the direction of long or short trade. Let us now come to the
application of moving averages. In this method, you
can use moving average to assess the
direction of trend. In this particular chart, I have used a 50-period
moving average on a five-minute
timeframe chart. Now, if I were
trading this stock, I would see that bullish
engulfing pattern has formed at the 50% mark and price is
above the 50 period average. If you also look at the average, it is trying to move higher. Now for me, this would become
a high probability setup as most of the factors are
in place for this trade. The way I use this
is that if pivot, Fibonacci retracement,
and price action do not give confirmation
about the trade, I then like to see what volume
and moving average suggests. Now based on this, I then
make an informed decision. You can also include
concepts we discussed in previous two Intraday
Trading Strategy video to include conditions
like high volume node, relative strength, advance
decline, and open interest. It depends on how you want
to seek more confirmation from various data points. Now for those of you
who missed those videos, I will leave link
to those videos towards the end of this video. Let us now come
to the importance of when pullback
pattern completes in this Intraday
Trading Strategy. You have to understand that
time is extremely valuable as an entity in
intraday trading. This means you need to
have time on your side for trade to work
for or against you. When you are trading
this pullback strategy, you have to ensure that you
trade only those pullbacks where entry signal is triggered within the first three
hours of market opening. The sooner the pattern
forms, the better it is as you will have
time on your hands for trade to work in your favor. On the flip side though, if pullback pattern gets
completed at 2:00 p.m. or 3:00 p.m., which is very
close to day getting over, then you should avoid
taking those trades. Such trades should only be taken if you intend carrying
positions for couple of days or you spot extreme
momentum in the market on that particular day. If you look at this chart, pullback pattern
gets completed here around 10:00 a.m.
in the morning, and then price proceeds
lower as day progresses. You do have plenty
of time in your hand for trade to work in your favor and to assess overall market. I hope this particular
aspect about time is clear. In this chart, price
has an up move here and then pullback
pattern gets completed at 11:30 a.m. at this region. Then you see price progress
higher as session continues. The importance of when pullback
trading setup is in place is often overlooked
by intraday traders. For you to be successful in
intraday pullback trading, you will have to target
only those setups that occur before
12:00 to 12:30 p.m. This way, you will increase
the odds in your favor when it comes to
trading this strategy. Let us now look at how you need to spot high probability trades
with this intraday strategy. I have marked out the pivot
level, Fibonacci retracement, and resistance one
level on the chart. In this chart, pullback pattern
gets completed at 11:00 a.m. Look at all these long shadows that you can spot
in this region. All this represents
supply at higher level. Price then forms dark
cloud cover pattern here and two bearish engulfing
pattern at these points. Post this, price moves
lower with momentum. If you see, price
started facing resistance between the retracement
level and the pivot level. The pivot level
that you see here is around the 50%
retracement mark. Now when you are short selling, you should estimate price
to move from pivot level to support one level
and support two level. These are the regions
where you need to think about booking
your profits in your trade. Let me explain this
on the next chart. In this chart, pullback
setup gets completed between 38.2% and 50%
retracement level. Look at set of all
these candles here, all candles have long tail, which clearly represents
demand from buyers. Trigger to go long
comes here in the form of bullish engulfing pattern and this happens very
close to the pivot level that is marked on the chart. Pullback setup also completed
around 12:00 p.m. if you see, and then price moves
higher with momentum. During this period, price
crosses R1 and then R2, which serve as right regions
to take profit off your trade. In such setups, stop loss is
set at nearest swing low point. In this example, I will set my
stop at this particular level and I’ll then wait for either
trade to work in my favor or for this stop level
to get triggered. In this chart, price
has a prior up move here and then moves lower to
the 50% retracement mark. This is also where pivot
point exists for the day. At this point, price then
attempts to move higher in form of bullish
piercing pattern and wide range bullish
candle pattern. Post this, price moves
sideways for some time and then heads
higher for the day. Couple of candles here
show up with long tail suggesting demand
around these levels. Price eventually then
moves to R1 level, where one should think
about booking profits or partial profits for the day. Let us take up one more example. In this chart, price moves
lower from this region to here and then retraces on the upside
on back of long tail candle. Price then faces resistance
at 50% and 61.8% level and this can be seen here with
these long shadow candles. Price also forms two bearish
engulfing pattern here around the 50% and 61.8 % mark. If you see, this
is also the region where pivot level
exists for the day. The pullback pattern
in this example gets completed at 10:00
a.m. in the morning and then price consolidates
somewhat before moving lower. Price swiftly moves from
pivot level to S1 level where one should be
thinking of taking profits or partial profits for the day. Let us now come to three simple
rules that we need to follow while trading this
Intraday strategy. Rule number one: Long
trades should only be taken when price has had
a prior up move and retraces back to
38.2% to 61.8% level along with being near the pivot
level or support one level. Use R1 and R2 level to
book profits in your trade. During this entire process,
focus on bullish price patterns along with long tail candles. Rule number two: Short
trades should be only taken when price has had
a prior down move and retraces back to
38.2% to 61.8% level along with being
near the pivot level or resistance one level. Use S1 and S2 level to
book profits in your trade and always focus on
long shadow candles. Rule number three:
Trade to be taken within the first three
hours of market open, and if price action,
pivot analysis, and Fibonacci retracement do
not give you a clear picture, check for volume and moving
averages as a filter. Now in my opinion, other
than these set of rules, I don’t think you do
require any other filter. As an Intraday trader, focus on keeping things
extremely simple. This strategy is
fairly easy to learn and therefore be
patient with this and do practice this a
lot on real-time basis. If there is any doubt related
to price action concepts, Fibonacci concept,
or pivot levels, then let me know in the
comment section below. I read and reply to each
comment that is posted and hence don’t hesitate to
ask any doubt that you have, no matter how basic it sounds. So kindly consider
hitting the like button and sharing this video
if you find it useful. Thanks a lot for watching
this video, guys. Take care and be safe.

100 thoughts on “HOW TO TRADE Intraday Pullback Trading Strategy (Intraday Trading Price Action) πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

  1. Looks promising after backtesting it.

    Thanks for the update.

    What about booking profits at 1:2?
    Could this be fruitful?

  2. Pure gem people don't know the value of this video
    Cnbc bnf expert teach this at price of 40k plus gst
    And sir you have teached this video with such accuracy and passion loved this video
    Sir kindly also make scalping video of bnf with pivots and price action

  3. Nice and simple way for intraday, the only challenge is, how to draw Fibo's if we have straight up or down move then we can but if we have in between pullbacks then identifying high and low fibos drawings is the confusion.

  4. Sir, I must say your free teaching is a way better than countless paid courses present in the market! This is a real serious trading stuff one can get on your channel. I really appreciate for this valuable sharing. Thank a lot.

  5. it is nice but what is hl ahd lfor fibonachi, is there fist candl of 15 minuts?

  6. Shame on you people who dislike these invaluable videos!!! Either, you are kids, completely clueless about what's going on here OR you are expecting spoon feeding from the Channel owner. Grow up folks, try to value the things you are getting free!!

  7. Awesome. Clear Explanation. I would like to know whether this strategy works in all segments like banknifty, nifty and stocks.

  8. Sir do you think BN will go down from Monday? I have an open position at 30900 CE bought at a price of 157. Kindly suggest, thank you.

  9. Thanks for the lovely video.
    I have a question. How to know the start and end point to draw the Fibonacci levels.?

  10. The sentence most impostance in video is "As a trader u need to develop skill of situational awareness using price action…"nice psychology .

  11. Great Video !!! I watched 2 times since morning. You are great teacher.

  12. As usual great effort, fantastic video. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
    Have a doubt? You have mentioned that to take long trades, prior up trend has to be there with retracements to 38.2 and 61.8 levels. My question is how to fix fib retracement levels. I mean if I want to look for a trade on 17th June Monday, should I look at constructing the levels for prior how many days (highs and lows) and also what time frame I should use. I am comfortable with 15 min, here in your video you have used 5 min, please clarify. Thanks

  13. Thanks for the video, it couldn't be more clearer! But have a doubt about 2 things.
    (1) Can you post a dedicated video for understanding volumes (expansion etc)?
    (2) What's the risk management in this strategy? (1:1.5R or 1R)?

  14. Dear TradeWithTrend,
    For me Intraday Trading is a Delicious Meal everyday.. Those who apply proper rules can easily achieve good reward.
    I request u to provide OI bar chart data tool which is very handy in the time of trading.
    If possible try to arrange a session of Q & A for every weekend on trading.

  15. Eager to start with virtual trading basis this method…
    Hats off sir🀝🀝

  16. Does Metastock have 'Pivot Level' indicator? I tried looking for it, but could not find it. Please let me know how does one apply pivots on MetaStock.

  17. Sir your making nice video which is helpful one doubt that how to select time frame for selection of high low like for intrday positional like that.

  18. Hi Sir,
    Million Thanks for keep sharing your knowledge.
    I am getting confused while drawing fibonacci levels like which is 0% and 100% level.
    please explain how to draw 0% and 100% in uptrend and Downtrend.

    Thanks ,
    Ganesh

  19. Very Informative video again. big πŸ‘. I personally feel is the key in the strategy is how u r drawing the fibonacci levels meaning connecting which high & low

  20. Great Informative video sir.

    Some questions still prevail.

    How to filter script with this criteria? Is there any screener?

    How to draw Fibonacci retracement or is it a Fibonacci pivot points?

    How to deal with false positive signals?

  21. Sir, The Fibonacci is to be drawn between 9.15 to 12 for the day of trading or for the previous day for assessing the trade level of Fibonacci for current day? Regards.

  22. These are extremely core concept every intra day player should consider. Thank u Sir, I really hope if there any chance of trained by you through webinar or something, gracious..

  23. Hi sir
    Can you tel me how to set those pivot and resistance levels on chart i cant see any technical indicator like that

  24. best intraday pullback strategy i have ever seen… plz make separate videos on Fibonacci retracement and Pivot point concepts

  25. I wish you consider numbering the videos under each category along with basic concepts in a separate module. Actually your expression is very clear and content looks great. Also I am happy that you don't start with request for sharing and subscribing for the better part of the video. I watched this video but don't know what is fibonacci or retracement or where this indicator (if it is available) can be found. Also, it is humanly impossible to scan all the listed stocks. So either there should be some automated method to know the stocks to watch. Please reply when you have time. Strangely your website contains these videos but no other information about your services or business. I am sure you are not spending this much of time to explain to unknown people for free.

  26. AWESOME video. Gives a learner a new dimension to read and understand what price action tells us at the dynamic key levels .Serious learners could gain knowledge posted on this unique channel.Thanks a lot Sir.

  27. Very very very best setup for intraday. I also use Pivot + MA + Volume.But u r giving me best setup with fibb level with prior trend.

    But 1 Q
    Price action candle pattern r work very well in for short term?

  28. The same kind of setup I use to do. But instead of Fibonacci retracement I use harmonics pattern. More I addicted to your options videos. Kudos

  29. Thank you for the fabulous video! Just curious- Is it necessary to take the swing low from prior day and swing high on the current day to draw the Fibonacci levels. What happens if you take the swing low and swing high on the current day itself (within the first 3 hours). Secondly, how to find stocks intraday coming to these kinds of levels (do u have a intraday scanner or you just look at a basket of pre-selected stocks the night before). Appreciate your time! Thank you.

  30. # Laajawab
    Andhi galiyo me bhatakte hue traders ko Aapne sahi aur saral rasta dikha diya.
    I wish,
    ISHWAR Apko har khushi pradan kare .
    Thank you ji .

  31. Sirji what is retracement levels for bnf in short term it has come from 31783 to 30500

  32. Bro… My question may be silly… Why didn't you show the zero level of Fibonacci so as to understand from its been plotted

  33. Sir can you please explain what is NR7 Break out….is there any of your videos…on it

  34. Awesome analysis. I traded this setup many times but did not know how to put it in words. I sell out of the money options to minimize loss and improve risk reward in my favour. You are awesome man…. One could use divergence in chart of nifty and otm option chart. Otm option start showing weakness many times whenever such pull back starts to show up.

  35. Thanks for the video and clarification on 50% Fib level. I will need to go through this once again to practice and get familiar with the rules.!

  36. That tails show demand and shadows supply was a real insight!

  37. Superb vedeo sir… you are amazing… I eagerly searching trading vedeos on youtube vigourously mamy times.Finally reached you,the best mentor. Thanks. I cant understand your OI vedeo,can you pls simply that nse OI option chain.

  38. My freind I would like to know how this percentage levels to take on chart.
    Please suggest or advise.

    TIA

  39. I would like to add my thanks for your videos. They are praiseworthy and are worth more than just "thanks".

  40. Thanks for your effort and time. A complete setup with example. Great learning for us. Thanks a lot.

  41. Thank you so much. Questions please. 1. Can I backtest this strategy on 3 minutes charts for the future markets? 2. How many trades you recommend back test to review performance? 3. Do you set your 1st initial profit target at s1 or s2? Or do you trail the winner by constantly moving the stop? Thank you so much. Love your simplistic approach of trading with the trend.

  42. He is continusly uploaded valuable videos, only few people likes, I am not understanding no one can teach like him he give you clear picture of trading, I really appreciate his efforts.

  43. Thanks for one more educating session.

    I find your inputs and style of explanation of price action and volume very special.

    Can you do one session of price action and volume analysis for commodities on longer time frames like 1H 4H D n crude oil in particular.

    Thanks again.
    Powers to you.

  44. which chart pattern ur using that indicates volume also in candlesticks, please reply soon as-as possible, and where i get that pattern in which site i mean to say

  45. Sir, I was wondering what time frame you use to set the the Fibonnacci retracements for intraday? 1 hour candle or the 15 min one?

  46. Excellent, eye opener video.
    After watching this I remembered. Your eyes see only, what Ur mind shows. So out mind must know, what is on chart. One qur sir. How to consider actual upmove /downmove, while drawing fibonacci retracement lines. Movement must be within same day or we can consider previous day swing ?

  47. Good morning Sir , thanks for such a valuable gem … Have seen the video multiple times ,now will start working on it …Will come up with queries …..Thanks a million

  48. Thanks for another strategy! I have below queries regarding fibonacci assuming I'm using 5 mins chart for entry/exit….
    1) Should I be drawing fibonacci on 5 mins chart interval or daily chart interval?
    2) Can I consider previous day's swing high and low and draw fibonacci?
    3) If I draw fibonacci as above (and assuming downtrend) then can I change the swing low as time progresses? Or should I continue with the fibonacci, drawn based on the previous day's swing high/low, throughout current day's trading?

  49. Sir can you please tell be what is best indicators for intraday…I want to learn it….there are so many indicators…iam confused…help me

  50. Sir planning to review all your intraday viedo again ….can u please tell be the order to go through sir…

  51. Can you please make viedo on how to use tradingview.com screener…. they are many technical options… asking for values

  52. Can u say me which instrute advance exel shikatha hay market ke liya live data exel me leke fourmula lagake kam karna hay

  53. Sir most of the trending stocks give its 1/2 or 1/3 move of that days in 1st 1/2 hour how to trade those stocks because as of u know it's too volatile in 1st hour.

  54. Intraday Trading, but u never mentioned the timeframe for such swings to trade? 15 mins, 30mins?

  55. Instead of fibonacci points, if used fibonacci pivots both pivot and fibonacci advantage we get, please brief me.
    Thanks, great video, learnt a lot

  56. Real Pearls of Wisdom !!!
    Followed the strategy for a week and results are overwhelming.As an ardent follower of this high quality channel, once a trader religiously embraces the rules for this beautiful strategy ,odds of success are HIGH.
    The more you view , the more you learn.
    Sincere Thanks Sir !!

  57. Sir Very nicely explained..
    Being novice trader have basic doubt, Are Pivot points and Suppor1 or Resistance1 (s1, r1) are same ?

  58. Your explanation is very nice and clearly understandable.. Thanks for your work..

  59. Thanks a lot for ur videos and teaching. U r really a good teacher πŸ™‚
    I have a doubt. Is ther a way to screen stocks for analysis this setup. As we can't do this against all fno scrips during market hours and that too n first 3 hrs. This could b highly tiresome and error prone. Is ther a way to find or screen stocks for intraday to look for this setup.
    Thanks in advance /|

  60. Pls do provide scanner for the stratergy ur explaining in the every

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  62. please let me know the platfrom on which all these parametres are available

  63. You are a passionate trader and teacher too
    Thanks guru for spending your valuable time to teach fellow traders

  64. nice n informative..but sir, i am not comfortable with fibonacci retracement. is there any way without using fibonacci?

  65. Which is the Fibonacci Indicator in charts? On which platform it is available?

  66. greetings … this same strategy for swing works the same or will make an explanatory video? Thank you …

  67. Sir, thanks for helping and sharing your ideas. i hope one day ill become like you to share ideas and help others without asking for any in return.

  68. Hello Sir. Your videos are very informative and you have very professional attitude. I like it a lot.
    Just wanted to know if yoy can make some videos on BTST and STBT.
    THANKU

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