Technical Analysis, Fundamental Analysis and F&O data of NSE stocks at glance

Get the heatmap for NSE stocks with live share price of stocks, percentage change, volume analysis, % delivery volume, buy sell signal & stock entry price levels. Explore nifty 50 heatmap, bank nifty heatmap, F&O heatmap & other sector heat map to get fundamental analysis, technical analysis and open interest analysis in a quick way. On this nse heatmap live, get technical analysis & fundamental analysis in the easiest way. Analyze the future & option data like open interest analysis, no of trades, stocks future price, open interest etc for F&O stocks.



What is Heatmap?

A heat map is a two-dimensional representation of data in which various values are represented by colors. A simple heat map provides an immediate visual impact. 

What is Nifty heatmap & bank nifty heatmap?

The Heatmap NSE is a visual tool using colors to show Nifty stock movements. In this representation, green tiles indicate rising stocks, while red tiles signify falling ones. Nifty Heatmap reveals market trends across all the Nifty Sectors like Nifty 50, Nifty Bank, Nifty IT, Nifty PSU, Nifty Auto and more with a single glance. It enables you to identify sectoral trends, recognize outliers, and discern patterns across the market landscape.

Bank nifty Heatmap is a visual tool that displays the performance of the stocks in Nifty Bank. It serves as a quick way to understand market trends, allowing investors to identify both the best and worst-performing stocks in the index at a glance.

How to use Nifty heatmap?

Nifty heatmap can be used to identify the best performing stocks which are in green color & worst performing stocks which are in red color. You can use the Nifty Heatmap to identify sectors with a cluster of green tiles, indicating positive performance. They then focus on stocks within those sectors for further analysis and potential investment.

How to analyze heatmap map?

The Heat Map represents the price activity of symbols in a watch list based on three visual parameters: color, brightness, and area. Red rectangles represent symbols that have moved downward, while green represent those with upward price movement; the brighter the color, the greater the move.

How do you use a heatmap in stock market?

Following are the steps in using NSE heatmap.

  1. Sector Area. The larger the total market value of the particular stock, the larger the area it takes on a heat map.
  2. Color. The green color represents an upwards movement in the stock's trading volume while the red color means a downward movement in the trading volume.
  3. Brightness.

What is the heat map for options?

The options heat map allows you to see a visual depiction of the concentration of activity in the strikes surrounding the current price of the underlying.

What is the best heatmap for trading?

Our research shows the best stock market heatmaps are TradingView, Finviz, TradingView is visually stunning and covers all stock, forex, and crypto exchanges, Finviz provides a world view heatmap with drill-downs.