MCX Tips for – March 12, 2019

Gold (31896): Gold is trading into negative zone and traders can go short at every rise or hold short positions until Gold closes above  32218  levels.

Silver (38450):  Silver is trading into positive zone and traders can go long at every dip or hold long positions until Silver closes below  37950  levels.

Crude (3967): Crude is trading into negative zone and traders can go short at every rise or hold short positions until Crude closes above 3996  levels.

Natural Gas (194.60): NG has entered into negative zone. Traders can hold short positions and can initiate short positions at every rise until NG closes above 200.60 levels.

Copper (450.00): Copper is trading into negative zone. Traders can hold short positions or can initiate fresh short at every rise until it closes above 455.30.

Zinc (193.40): Zinc is trading into negative zone. Traders can hold short positions or can initiate fresh short at every rise until it closes above 194.50.

Lead (144.65): Lead is trading into negative zone. Traders can hold short positions or can initiate fresh short at every rise until it closes above 148.80.

Nickel (897.90):  Nickel is trading into negative zone. Traders can hold short positions or can initiate fresh short position on every rise until Nickel future closes above 929.60 levels.

Aluminium (143.40): Aluminium is trading into negative zone. Traders can hold short positions or can initiate fresh short position on every rise until Aluminium closes above 147.75 levels.

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