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5 Days Up & Down

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What is 5 days Up?

"5 Days Up" refers to a stock or market index experiencing price increases consistently for five consecutive trading days.

What is 5 days Down?

"5 Days Down" refers to a stock or market index encountering price decreases consistently for five consecutive trading days.

Features available for 5 Days Up & Down

  • "5 Days Up" and "5 Days Down" feature represents a pattern of continuous price increases or decreases for five consecutive trading days.
  • Helps traders spot short-term trends and potential opportunities based on historical price behavior.
  • Provides insights into a stock's behavior over a specific period.
  • Displays stock name, last traded price, previous day's closing price, closing price before 5 days, and past 5 days' returns.
  • Traders can choose a specific index from a dropdown menu. All data is of only NSE exchange.

How to interpret 5 Days Up & Down?

In this section, traders can access detailed information about the stock, including its name, last traded price, previous day's closing price, closing price before the 5-day period, and the percentage returns over the past five days. Additionally, traders have the option to select a specific index from a dropdown menu. It is important to note that all the data presented is specific to the NSE exchange.
By effectively identifying potential buying or selling opportunities, recognizing short-term trends, and aligning their investment choices with the historical price trends of stocks, traders can maximize their gains from the "5 Days Up and 5 Days Down" feature.

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