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List of MCX Trading Holidays 2022

The trading holidays for this year were announced. The MCX holidays 2022 will be released soon. This MCX holidays 2022 will give the information about the trading holidays. There are different kinds of trading holidays listed, when dividends paid and even the public holidays of India and China are also listed. MCX Holidays are set in the official website of MCX (Multi Commodity Exchange). MCX trading holidays offer traders with a good opportunity to make large profits. The MCX holidays and NSE holidays are handily available online. This is helpful because it gives you the liberty to plan your MCX trading accordingly. You can avoid long queues and decide your trade timings as per your convenience. This will also save you lot of time and money which you would otherwise spend on visiting your broker.

Trading Holidays For Equity & FO In 2022

Holiday Date Day
Republic Day January 26, 2022 Wednesday
Mahashivratri March 1, 2022 Tuesday
Holi March 18, 2022 Friday
Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti/Mahavir Jayanti April 14, 2022 Thursday
Good Friday April 15, 2022 Friday
Eid-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan ID) May 03, 2022 Tuesday
Muharram August 09, 2022 Tuesday
Independence Day August 15, 2022 Monday
Ganesh Chaturthi August 31, 2022 Wednesday
Dussehra October 05, 2022 Wednesday
Diwali Laxmi Puja October 24, 2022 Monday
Diwali Balipratipada October 26, 2022 Wednesday
Guru Nanak Jayanti November 08, 2022 Tuesday

Holidays That Falls On Sundays

Holiday Date Day
Ram Navami April 10, 2022 Sunday
Maharashtra Day May 01, 2022 Sunday
Bakri Id July 10, 2022 Sunday
Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti October 02, 2022 Sunday
Christmas December 25, 2022 Sunday

The holiday list for Currency Derivatives Segment isn’t out yet. But you can rest assured that we will be the first to update it once the list is out.

Holidays For Commodity Trading- MCX

Holiday Date Day Morning Session Evening Session*
Republic Day January 26, 2022 Wednesday Closed Closed
Mahashivratri March 01, 2022 Tuesday Closed Open
Holi (2nd day) March 18, 2022 Friday Closed Open
Mahavir Jayanti / Ambedkar Jayanti April 14, 2022 Thursday Closed Open
Good Friday April 15, 2022 Friday Closed Closed
Ramzan Id (Id-Ul-Fitr) May 03, 2022 Tuesday Closed Open
Moharram August 09, 2022 Tuesday Closed Open
Independence Day August 15, 2022 Monday Closed Closed
Ganesh Chaturthi August 31, 2022 Wednesday Closed Open
Dassera October 05, 2022 Wednesday Closed Open
Diwali – Laxmi Pujan * October 24, 2022 Monday Closed Open
Diwali Balipratipada October 26, 2022 Wednesday Closed Open
Gurunanak Jayanti November 08, 2022 Tuesday Closed Open

Holidays That Falls On Saturdays/Sundays

Holiday Date Day
New Year Day January 01, 2022 Saturday
Ram Navami April 10, 2022 Sunday
Maharashtra Day May 01, 2022 Sunday
Bakri Id July 10, 2022 Sunday
Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti October 02, 2022 Sunday
Christmas December 25, 2022 Sunday

The falling wedge  pattern formed by a series of lower highs and lower lows. This pattern is considered to be a reversal pattern, as the contracting range indicates that the trend for the stock is losing steam. Alternatively, this pattern can also appear in an uptrend, where the highs and lows continue to move further apart as prices move higher. The Falling Wedge pattern begins flat at the top and widens as prices move lower. This price action forms a triangle that slopes down as the reaction highs and reaction lows converge. A downward breakout of the pattern opens a trade in the direction of the prevailing trend.

Falling Wedges in the context of technical analysis are bearish chart patterns. The falling wedge is a pattern that occurs when the highs and lows of the price movement form a narrowing shape. A good way to picture this is to imagine a sloped table top that is narrowing from top to bottom forming a wedge shape. As time goes on there are lower peaks and higher troughs, creating an average slope down for both highs and lows.

A rising wedge pattern (or upward-sloping wedge) is a bearish chart pattern that signals an imminent breakout to the downside. It’s the opposite of the falling wedge pattern (bullish), as these two constitute a popular wedge pattern that tend to signal reversals from the prevailing trend. It’s the bearish version of the bull-rallying wedge pattern, as this major reversal formation is identified by a narrowing price range between upward support and downward resistance. A rising (ascending) wedge pattern is more reliable on longer time frames (like weekly charts).

A rising wedge chart pattern is a bearish chart pattern that indicates the price of a stock is consolidating. This chart pattern generally takes the form of a straight line, upwards-slanting in an uptrend, or downwards-slanting in a downtrend. The rising wedge can be said to resemble the narrowing triangle pattern, with the difference being that a rising wedge does contain a converging trend line (and two support lines); you only need one for a triangle.

The falling wedge pattern is a bearish chart pattern formed by two trend lines and a downward breakout from the upper trend line. The pattern is formed with converging (falling) support and resistance levels that are nearly parallel. The failure rate for this bullish chart pattern is high at 52 percent and only about 42 percent of the upward breakouts reach the height of the trend start.

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