Stock Analysis Summary: BOSCH


BOSCH Technical and Fundamental Analysis


Date Open High Low LTP Close Volume Delivery Vol
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BOSCH Trend Analysis:

BOSCH is trading near the highs of last 1 year.

In the medium term the prices have been comparatively more volatile..



BOSCH Japanese Candlestick Analysis:


BOSCH is trading near the Bottom of the day's range.

Range expansion with higher high and lower low.

Day's Range: ~

BOSCH opened at compared to previous close of

was NR7 day. NR7 day after a trending move usually implies loss of momentum in trend. Range expansion is likely after NR7 day.

1 candlestick pattern: The candlestick pattern formed is Doji Candle



2 candlestick pattern: none

3 candlestick pattern:


Pivot, Support and Resistance:

Classic Pivot

Woodie's Pivot

Fibonacci Pivots

Camarilla Pivots


*pivot points are calculated based on the closing data of



BOSCH Volume and Moving Average Analysis:

Day's Range (.)
20 Day Range (.)
50 Day Range (.)
52-Week Range (.)

It is currently trading about 0% below it's 52-week high.



BOSCH has made a new 52-week high today at .

For any stock, the 52-week high event is an important milestone because it implies strong buying momentum.







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