#TATAELXSI has great bullish set-up
Stock formed two hammers after correction, then on Friday had a big marubozu candle ,breaking out with Big volume
RSI nudged above 50
It stock breaks and maintains above 8050, we may see a decent follow-up rise in this
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RSI & MACD showing bullish bias
If the stock is able to trade above 1480-85, it may move towards 1625 ( acc. to rounding bottom)/ 1685 (acc. to flag & pole pattern)
Not trading call, academic post
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Invest in companies where you have conviction to stay invested due to your own reasons. No use trying to investing in everything and anything. #TataElxsi #investors https://t.co/KM2W83OI51 pic.twitter.com/pUElD6Mdb3— Gopal Kavalireddi (@gvkreddi) December 28, 2020
Previous High holding up as support; Till the time it is held, It's poised for more into the uncharted territory.
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#TATAELXSI Update— Gurleen (@GurleenKaur_19) August 17, 2021
250+ points running \U0001f4cd#StockMarket https://t.co/gj4lH7FNmH pic.twitter.com/EHwK4C1Ohr
Target opened as per the pattern is 8900 https://t.co/nRqYqPnPB3
Tata Elxsi - I waited for the trigger today but to no avail. The setup is still the best with price consolidating right in the RS zone. Waiting for the breakout till then no action. pic.twitter.com/LnOPswWgAp— The_Chartist \U0001f4c8 (@charts_zone) March 16, 2022
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