As you all know we post blogs on current market situations and views about different stocks or indices. In the same context we had posted a blog on 13th April 2021 about a PSU company, Indbank Merchant Banking Services Limited.
Oil & Natural Gas Ltd. is a PSU (Public Sector Undertaking) that is a company run by Government of India. If we have a close look at the daily chart of ONGC, we can observe that a Cup & Handle Pattern is formed on the charts. Cup & Handle is a Bullish pattern and is formed over a period of last 3 months in this chart. Yesterday prices of ONGC broke above120 odd levels which we can see in the chart. These levels were achieved earlier on 2 instances but the share prices failed to cross and traded downwards. Now the level (hurdle) has been crossed. The target of this Cup & Handle Pattern Breakout comes at around 142-143 levels. Now the question arises, how much time it should take to reach to these 142-143 levels? As per the theory and previous observations targets are achieved in one third time of the cup and handle pattern formation. So these targets may be achieved in one third of three months; i.e. in ONE month these levels may be seen.
It is just an expectation and not a guarantee. This article is purely for Educational Purpose. Do your own Study.
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