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We are having a crash market in our country and im very new with it. when it started crashing it got high volatility of beta more than 1.2 and previously it was lower. this makes a high volatility which giving me high risk and now im in big problem with trading. can anyone help me giving some tips how to trade in high volatile market please??

Writing specifically, I dont know which technical indicators should be used in this crashed market. Sometimes market goes up by 1000 to 2000 points within a month or less and sometimes it goes down by 1500 or more points. And it seems a news/rumor oriented market. I become confused and cant take decisions. what technical indicators should I use in this type of market ? please tell me.

In most of the cases, while in bullish situation all the stocks/securities go up together. or when in bearish situation all the stocks go down together. why this happens ? why we are not having a sectoral moving market like before??

why market always makes a lower low ? and how can I find the starting of a fall and the lower low every time as well??

when prices hike, I dont see any accumulation period of at least 2 days (a stock has to have 4 days maturity to be sold). I told it before it always makes a lower low, and suddenly it turns into a bullish situation and without accumulation of some days it starts to go up. how can I be used to with this situation ??

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We are having a crash market in our country and im very new with it. when it started crashing it got high volatility of beta more than 1.2 and previously it was lower. this makes a high volatility which giving me high risk and now im in big problem with trading. can anyone help me giving some tips how to trade in high volatile market please??

Writing specifically, I dont know which technical indicators should be used in this crashed market. Sometimes market goes up by 1000 to 2000 points within a month or less and sometimes it goes down by 1500 or more points. And it seems a news/rumor oriented market. I become confused and cant take decisions. what technical indicators should I use in this type of market ? please tell me.

In most of the cases, while in bullish situation all the stocks/securities go up together. or when in bearish situation all the stocks go down together. why this happens ? why we are not having a sectoral moving market like before??

why market always makes a lower low ? and how can I find the starting of a fall and the lower low every time as well??

when prices hike, I dont see any accumulation period of at least 2 days (a stock has to have 4 days maturity to be sold). I told it before it always makes a lower low, and suddenly it turns into a bullish situation and without accumulation of some days it starts to go up. how can I be used to with this situation ??

please take a look in the picture below.

If it was me, I would just draw a trendline from top to top and extend right

a fibonacci from low to high and extend right

then work down into smaller timeframes and look for channels

looks like a half way back is around 4500 just eyeballing off your chart

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