SAIL – Check this out! Buyers are Trapped and it Doesn’t Look Good!

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So far, the steel sector is not looking good for the last couple of weeks.

Just like Tata Steel (NS: TISC ), which I have discussed in the previous article, SAIL (NS: SAIL ) is another steel company that is experiencing a lot of turmoil in the stock prices.

SAIL’s share value has so far declined around -53% from its peak value.

Buyers who bought the shares at the peak valuation of 130 – 150 are trapped in the market.

Take a look at the Price Action of SAIL on the weekly chart.

SAIL Price Action Analysis on the Weekly ChartSAIL Shares Price Action and Analysis
We can clearly notice the Market transition from Trend to Range, Structure has changed into a correction on the weekly chart.

Right now, prices have broken the low of the channel, it doesn’t look good for the Buyers. Prices have broken the prominent support zone at 80.00

Based on the recent Price Action, it seems like more downward pressure is likely to follow up on the Stock.

In order for the prices to go up or turn around, we need to see a strong upside momentum. But, as long as the General market sentiment is Bearish, we can’t expect any strong turnaround in the Stock Prices.

Traders should keep an eye on the Price Action and take decisions as per the market sentiment.

To understand more about the Price Action Structure and Trapped Traders in SAIL, take a look at the video given below.



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  • Akhilesh Mishra @Akhilesh Mishra
    poor research....steel sector already given huge return who bought n sell timely. now again start accumulation phase for next cycle momentum.
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  • Ali Abbas @Ali Abbas
    nice explanation ....which chart r u using sir.....can u guide me
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  • Ali Abbas @Ali Abbas
    nice explanation ....which chart r u using sir.....can u guide me
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  • Ali Abbas @Ali Abbas
    nice explanation ....which chart r u using sir.....can u guide me
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