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The other means of using indicators is to look at divergences between price peaks/troughs and indicator peaks/troughs.  

There are two types of divergence.

1. Bullish Divergence: In Bullish divergence if the price is making lower low but the indicator does not make a corresponding lower low, then it can be surmised that the downward movement is running out of strength and a reversal upward could soon be expected.  


2. Bearish Divergence: Similarly in bearish divergence if the price makes higher high but the indicator does not make a corresponding higher high this indicates there is less power driving the new price high. Since there is less power or support for the new higher price a reversal could be expected.  

You can sell Nifty after the breakout of suppotive line because Negative Divergence form in Nifty daily chart, check on attached image.

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Posted on: 04-Aug-2016 | Posted by: NIFM | Comment('0')
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