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Volume Spike (VS) setups on the BankNifty
« on: May 19, 2017, 09:26:29 AM »
Hi Everybody,

In today’s MTPredictor video I take a look at the Volume Spike (VS) setups, using a 3min Chart of the BankNifty (Indian Markets):

https://youtu.be/sjx8nhGV5sk

As you can see in the video, today we had two potential setups, the best of which was the VS buy off the very Bar of the Low of the Day. This coincided with the Larger Degree (15min) SDP support zone.

Thanks

Steve Griffiths

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