Saturday, 30 January 2016

WEEKLY TRADING TIPS FOR CASH


“BUY ENGINERSIN IN CASH @ 192 TG 212/225”
Engineers India closed at Rs 193.05, down Rs 1, or .52 % as on January 29, 2016. The 52-week high of the share was Rs 252 and the 52-week low was Rs 157.The minimum offer price has been set at Rs 189 which is at a discount of 2.4 % to the yesterday's closing price of Rs 194 on BSE. This is the fifth disinvestment this fiscal. The government had in August last sold a minority stake in IOC. The stock's price-to-earnings ratio was 22.. The latest book value of the company is Rs 76.21 per share. At current value, the price-to-book value of the company is 2. The highlight of the issue has been the overwhelming retail investor participation of 3.92 times amounting to Rs 513.08 crores.  The non retail participation was an impressive 2 times amounting to Rs 1128 crores. Institutional investor response has been dull so far as they bid for over 25.09 lakh shares as against over 2.69 crore shares reserved for them.

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 REV

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Friday, 29 January 2016

D STREET BEGUN WITH A POSITIVE NOTE AFTER A TRAGIC JANUARY

The market has ended with bullish trend. The BSE Sensex closes 1.64%, higher at 24,870 while the Nifty 50 closes 1.87% higher at 7563.About 1524 shares advanced against 976 declining shares on the BSE Extensive buying was seen in the textile stocks, such as Himatsingka  Seide, Welspun India, Indo Count Industries and Trident . Aviation stocks are trading lower after international crude oil prices gained. The market appears bullish on long-term growth, but seems sceptical about the possibility of a near-term rebound. Oil prices have recovered 20%from their lows and metal prices have firmed up supporting the market. Market breadth turned fairly positive with 25 of the 30 Sensex components ending the day in green. Larsen and Toubro Ltd rises 0.5% to Rs.1082 ahead of its December quarter earnings. This is the best time for investors to build a portfolio or even change their strategy because a lot of correction has already happened. European equities bounced back, tracking a strong rally in Asian shares. The Bank of Japan ramped up its aggressive stimulus campaign on Friday, adding negative interest rates on central bank deposits to its massive asset-buying program, stunning financial markets that expected no action or a moderate increase in asset purchases. The central bank said the move was aimed at forestalling the risk of global financial turbulence hurting business. Hero MotoCorp, Sun Pharma, Coal India, Bajaj Auto and Dr Reddy's Labs were top gainers while SBI, Tata Steel, ICICI Bank, NTPC and ITC were losers in the Sensex. After rising for the third straight day, gold prices today eased from a three-month high by falling Rs 85 to Rs 27050 per 10 grams at the bullion market, reflecting weak global cues amid a decline in demand.

Thursday, 28 January 2016

EQUITY TRADING TIPS FOR 29 JAN 2016

“SELL WIPRO BELOW 549 TG 542,530 SL 555”
SBIN 1TG ACHIEVED
The market has ended flat volatility on January Future and Options (F&O) series expiry day. The benchmark BSE Sensex closed 22 points, or 0.09 per cent, lower at 24,469.57 while the NSE's Nifty ended the day at 7424 down 0.18 per cent or 13.10 points. The US Federal Reserve decision to leave interest rates unchanged lifted sentiments in some of the markets globally. Strong third quarter numbers from Vedanta and PowerGrid also boosted the market. FIIs have become more active in index options ahead of the Union budget next month. The institutional category generally buys index options when they expect volatility to rise. On the expiry day, F&O turnover on NSE had climbed to Rs 5.35 lakh crore. On a daily basis, the F&O segment had hit a high of Rs 6.27 lakh crore on April 30, 2015. L&T, Bharti Airtel, Adani Ports, Hindalco and BHEL were losers in the Sensex. Among gainers were HUL, ITC, Reliance, Sun Pharma and M&M.


Wednesday, 27 January 2016

MARKET WILL BE VOLATILE ON BOTH DIRECTIONS DUE TO DERIVATIVES EXPIRY

“BUY SBIN ABOVE 184 TG 185,187 SL 182”
Asian equity markets ended mostly higher on Wednesday. Sensex closed marginally higher at 24492 up .The NSE's Nifty ended at 7433. The midcap index gained about 0.30 %, during the sessions while the smallcap index rose 0.57 %. For the whole of January, Inter Globe is down 27 %.  The midcaps were under pressure after most of their reported earnings missed top line expectations among other recently-listed stocks. Investors turned cautious ahead of the outcome of the US Federal Reserve's two-day rate setting meeting later in the day, which is widely expected to keep interest rates unchanged. The market breadth was marginally positive as 1357 stocks advanced while 1198 declined. As the major global markets are mostly correlated, so it is very difficult for one single market to stand out and start a rally on its own. Havells India shares recovered nearly 4 % post Q3 result. The scrip was trading 0.40 per cent down at Rs 300.Indices remain in consolidation mode ahead of the outcome of US Fed meet which concludes tonight. Bounce back in the commodity prices and positive global markets lifted the sentiments. BHEL, Ambuja Cement, Asian Paints, HUL and Hero MotoCorp slid between 2% and 4 %.
Top Gainers
NTPC, DR. REDDYS LAB, TATA MOTORS, TATA STEEL, SBI
Top Losers
 BHEL, ASIAN PAINTS, HIND. UNILEVER, HERO MOTOCORP, AXIS BANK

Monday, 25 January 2016

MARKET IS IN BULLISH TREND IT’S TIME TO WAIT & WATCH FOR UPCOMING F&O EXPIRY

SELL JSWSTEEL BELOW 1105 TG 1190,1170 SL 1120
The bulls made an attempt to claw back After a good rally, the market ended flat. The Sensex was up 50 points at 24485 and the Nifty was up 13. Points at 7436. About 1734 shares advanced, 929 shares declined, and 157 shares were unchanged. Equity benchmarks continued to be volatile in afternoon trade. This correction is a structural which may last a couple of months because once markets fall globally, a consolidation can happen . In the near future, Nifty may test the 7550 level, which is its immediate important resistance level. On the downside, the immediate support level is at 7300 level. On Monday despite crude oil prices slumping about 3%. Most other Asian markets traded higher following on the rally seen in the US markets on Friday and a bounce in crude prices. HDFC Bank's third quarter earnings matched expectations on Monday. Profit increased 20 percent year-on-year to Rs 3357 crore during the quarter, supported by operating profit, net interest income and other income. Markets will remain closed tomorrow, January 26, on account of Republic Day holiday.
Top Gainers:
TATA STEEL SUN PHARMA COAL INDIA), HDFC ,ICICI BANK HUL
Top Losers:
GAIL HERO MOTOCORP , L&T TATA MOTORS, ADANI PORTS & SEZ

Saturday, 23 January 2016

WEEKLY VIEW OF EQUITY MARKET

!!BUY IDEA CELLULAR 107 TG 110,115 SL 104 !!
GAINER’S
                 M&M,HINDALCO,GAIL,TATASTEEL
LOSSER’S
                 BOSCH,HUL,GRASIM,BHARTIARTL


Nifty is expected to open down on starting day of week and then can give a bullish way on market buy crossing the level of 7440. Expiry is expected to remain up as its difficult  to cross the level of 7220 till expiry session of these month. Wall Street surged 2 percent on Friday to wrap up its first positive week of 2016 as a cold snap in the United States and Europe sent oil prices sharply higher. Crude prices, recently under pressure from a global glut, recovered 9 percent as harsh winter weather boosted demand for heating oil and traders cashed in short positions following a steep drop this month. Which is and will effect the oil stocks adversely and can give good return to short term as well as long term traders. Few of the highlighting stocks expected for further week are: TATASTEEL,PCJEWELLERS,RUSHILDECOR,YESBANK,ACCLTD

Friday, 22 January 2016

DO NOT PUT ALL YOUR EGGS IN ONE BASKET KEEP IN MIND WHILE TRADING IN THIS VOLATILE MARKET

RUSHIL CALL ROCKSSSS HIT FINAL TGT….!!!!!
The Indian stock market rallied on Friday tracking a relief rally in other Asian markets. A strong recovery was witnessed there in the market on Friday. The sensex & nifty both indices maintained its strong uptrend in afternoon trade.  The sensex  gained  473 points & closed at 25436 while the Nifty surged 145 points to closed at 7422, tracking global rally and oil rebound BSE's midcap index gained about2 per cent or 191 points while the smallcap rose 2 per cent or 232 points. Metal stocks added 4%, as the counters of Tata Steel, Hindalco and Jindal Steel witnessed brisk buying. The uncertainty really has not come down. We have got some reassurance not just from the European Central Bank, but also from the RBI governor as well as the finance minister. All broader market indices ended in the green.

Thursday, 21 January 2016

MARKET IS DRIVEN BY SENTIMENTS

M&M 1TG ACHIEVED CALL GIVEN IN LAST POST
“BUY RUSHIL ABOVE 182 TG 185,189 SL 179”
Sensex fell 99 points to 23962 and Nifty declined 32 points to 7276. This is the first time since May 15, 2014 that the benchmark has closed below the psychological 24000 mark. The Nifty closed 0.4 per cent lower at 7277.  The broader markets were mixed as the BSE Midcap index lost 0.3% percent and Small cap gained 0.5%. Market is driven by sentiments and it is still very much in the risk-off mode globally. Equity benchmarks fell further on weak global growth worries. Overall it was a volatile session today’s decline was led by  health care  Oil, pharma, FMCG and auto stocks dragged while banks and select technology stocks limited downside. Domestic institutional investors continue to buy stocks, providing some support to markets.

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

BEARS WERE ON THE RAMPAGE WITH IT IS A SEA OF RED ACROSS GLOBAL MARKETS

BUY M&M ABOVE 1140 TG 1155, 1180 SL 1115
It was a sea of red in markets on Wednesday. Indian markets on Monday logged their biggest drop since May 16, 2014. The market breadth continued to be pathetic as more than six shares declined for every share advancing on Sensex was down at 24033 and the Nifty fall 136 points to 7299. It is a sea of red across global markets as the Hong Kong market closed with 750 point cut hitting LAST 3.5 year low while European markets are down near 2 %. Rupee also made a fresh intraday and a fresh 28 month low, hits 68 levels while dollar buying by foreign equity funds has put pressure on the currency.
The International Monetary Fund slashed its global growth forecasts for the third time in less than a year on Tuesday, as new figures from China showed that the economy grew at its slowest rate in a quarter of a century in 2015. Meanwhile, Idea Cellular was the top gainer in the index, up .73 % followed by Bajaj Auto and HCL Tech. Only six out of the 50 stocks in the Nifty index ended with gains and 44 stocks ended lower. The delay in economic reforms and high volatility in global markets have led foreign investors to turn net sellers of domestic equities. Foreign investors have sold a net around $847 million worth debt and equities so far this month, a third straight month of outflows. A total of six stocks registered a fresh 52-week high in trades today, while 167 stocks touched a new 52-week low on the NSE. Out of 1785 stocks traded on the NSE, 1272 declined and 290 advanced today.
Bajaj Auto, Sun Pharma, Hero Moto Corp and Wipro were losers in the Sensex. Hindalco, Adani Ports, SBI, Tata Motors and Reliance were top gainers
 
 

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

STOCKS TO BE FOCUS ON 20 JAN 2015

TATAELXSI CALL ROCKS HIT FINAL TGT GIVEN YESTERDAY
BUY TATAMTRDVR ABOVE 262 TG 265,268 SL 258
Following an across the board selling on Monday, sentiment improved on the Dalal Street on Tuesday equity market snapped two sessions of losses to notch up handsome gains. The Sensex closed up 291 points at 24479, and the Nifty was up 84 points at 7435. Equity benchmarks maintained strong uptrend in afternoon trade following rally in global peers, supported by index heavyweights Reliance Industries, L&T and ICICI Bank. The market breadth was also positive as about two shares advanced for every share declining on the BSE. Market tracked strong cues from Asian as well as European markets, while value buying emerged at low levels after the benchmark indices hit their 20-month low.
The Nifty50 is sustaining at higher levels. At the current level of 7410 maybe a 50 point bounce back on the upside is possible.
European equities bounced back from 13 month lows on Tuesday, with mining and energy stocks leading the market higher after prices of major industrial metals and crude oil surged following the release of Chinese growth data. The benchmark indices rallied as beaten-down banking and financial stocks and Reliance Industries recovered. Gains in Asian markets after oil prices nudged up and Chinese GDP figures came mostly in line with expectations also boosted sentiment. China's economic growth eased to 6.8 per cent in the fourth quarter, just below the 7 per cent mark from a year earlier, which is its weakest growth since the financial crisis.  AXIS Bank's board meeting will be held on January 20, 2016, inter alia, to consider and approve the Unaudited Financial Results of the Bank for the Quarter / Nine months ending as on December 31, 2015, subject to a limited review by the Statutory Auditors. Axis Bank Q3 profit seen up 6 percent. Axis bank going to announce its Q3 results on 20 January 2016.
STOCKS TO BE FOCUS ON 20 JAN 2015
HCLTECH, WIPRO, COALINDIA, BHARTIARTL, M&M, AXISBANKHCLTECHHCLTECH

Monday, 18 January 2016

BEARISH MOMENTUM WILL CONTINUE ON 19-01-16

TAKE 1TG ACHIVEVED GIVEN LAST WEEK
BUY TATAELXSI ABOVE 1670 TG 1680,1695 SL 1655
There is simply no end to the disorder on Dalal Street as bears are in total control. Both the major indices touched 52-week lows in intra-day trade on Monday .The Sensex slipped 266 points at 24188 and the Nifty was down 86 points at 7351. About 2309 shares declined against 343 advancing shares on the BSE. Reliance Industries and Bajaj Auto tanked 3.5 percent followed by HDFC, HDFC Bank, L&T and ICICI Bank.
Market about to rebound in domestic stock markets because the current selloff is mostly related to what is happening outside India - crude oil prices have crashed to 12-year lows leading to concerns about global growth. More importantly, the slowdown in China continues to rattle investors.
Wipro's third quarter consolidated profit declined 0.06 % to Rs 2234 crore while revenue increased to Rs 12951 crore compared to preceding quarter.. Kotak Mahindra Bank reported standalone net profit of Rs 635 crore against estimates of Rs 618 crore in Q3. Shares up at Rs 678 after falling over 1%, reacting to earnings.
A steep fall in commodity prices is one of the reasons for the drop in revenues. Crude oil prices are down nearly 20 per cent since the beginning of the year to hit a fresh 12-year low.
The first batch of December quarter results from top companies failed to lift investor sentiment. All eyes are on the Q4 GDP numbers of China set to be released tomorrow. The market could see another 5-7 per cent correction as a result of earnings cuts in the ongoing results season and de-rating of certain expensive stocks.

Gainer - Tata Steel, Adani Ports, TCS BHEL and HUL
Losers   - Reliance, Bajaj Auto, Cipla, L&T and SBI
 

Friday, 15 January 2016

EQUITY MARKET TUMBLEDOWN; STOCKS HAD A GREAT FALL IN PAST WEEK


BUY TAKE ABOVE 142 TG 144,147 SL 140
RUSHIL CALL FINAL TGT ACHIEVED
Fear-factor is very high; valuations are nice “bears has tighten the seat belt & took the nifty below level of 7450.  Sensex and Nifty closed down for the second consecutive session on Friday For the most part of the day, the Indian market indices traded with a negative bias. Nifty opened at 7438 touched a high of 7567 and low of 7427 before ending with a loss of 99 at 7427 .But, selling picked up pace in the last hour of trade as rupee weakened to its lowest level of 67  against the US dollar in over two years. Weak trading in the European markets also added to the selling pressure in the Indian stock markets.
Vedanta was the top Nifty loser, the stock slumped 8.2% to Rs 72. Crude oil took a fresh plunge today, falling below USD 30 a barrel as the market braced for more Iranian oil exports, with the lifting of international sanctions possible within days. crude crashed 5% to USD 29  a barrel and Brent slipped 4% to USD 29 a barrel GAIL India, State Bank of India, Cairn India, Idea Cellular, ICICI Bank, Tata Motors, Tata Steel, Zee Entertainment, Axis Bank and Larsen & Toubro were also among the losers, down near 3% each while  BPCL, Tech Mahindra, HCL Technologies, Reliance Industries and Dr Reddy's Labs were among the gainers. The only thing that people need to be convinced about is earnings. Till results season ends there could be weakness continuously. The large-cap stocks could correct purely on a sentiment basis.

 

Thursday, 14 January 2016

EQUITY TRADING TIPS FOR 15 JAN 2016

“SELL RUSHIL BELOW 254 TG 250,245 SL 260”
Indices witnessed an essel world ride in today’s trading session. A divergent trend was continued in the market on Thursday. Nifty closed in negative on a volatile trade, following weak global cues. The  Sensex closes 0.33% lower at 24772, while the Nifty closed 0.34%, lower at 7536. Among 50 Nifty scrips, 31 ended in red. 
Infosys’s 4 % is showing signs of a revival after languishing in a low-growth zone for quite a while at a time when its biggest peer. Infosys gained as much as 6.5 %  after the company raised its full-year revenue guidance and beat estimates for its consolidated net profit in the third quarter. After a positive opening indices witnessed a sharp cut on account of heavy selling pressure during the mid-day In a scrip specific development, Infosys shares gained 4 % after the IT major reported 6% year-on-year and 2 % quarter-on-quarter growth in its consolidated net profit figures to Rs 3465 crore for the quarter ended December 30,2015. Some buying activity is seen in capital goods, consumer durables, power, pharma and industrial and utilities sectors, while IT, banking, finance, FMCG and metal sectors are showing weakness on BSE.
TOP GAINER-  Infosys, Lupin, Asian, Paints, Dr Reddy's, Cipla
TOP LOSERS - Axis Bank, Tata Steel, BHEL, Tata Steel, State Bank of India

Wednesday, 13 January 2016

INFOSYS DRIVE THE UPTREND

BUY YESBANK ABOVE 680 TG 688,676 SL 674
JUBLFOOD 1TG ACHIEVED

The market bounced back in afternoon trade with the Nifty getting back above 7500 level, aided by Reliance Industries and Infosys that rallied 3 percent each. European markets gained around 1 percent following recovery in oil prices. But an hour before closing, the benchmark indices staged a rally of nearly 500 points on the Sensex to end the day strongly. While Sensex closed the session at 24,854 points, up, Nifty50 logged a gain of 52 points end at 7,562. European markets traded sharply higher on Wednesday despite continued wariness about low oil prices and China's economic slowdown. The pan-European STOXX 600 was trading 1.3 per cent higher at the time of writing of this report Indian banks have lost nearly 5 percentage points in market share to the bond market over the past two years.
Infy result expected to be positive
Infy has managed to hold out well amid volatility in the market the infy to go through a consolidation phase, but investors looking to remain invested for the long term can buy it on dips. Infosys shares gained on hopes that the valuation gap between the stock and larger rival TCS was closing. One thing to be watched in the results will be whether Infosys raises its dollar revenue forecast for the financial year.
1. Management commentary for the current quarter and for the next fiscal year
2. Performance of top accounts
3. How swiftly Infosys is embracing next-generation technologie
4.Revenue growth and performance in industries and geographie.
Top five Sensex gainers were Reliance  Infosys , Tata Motors, M&M and HUL while the major losers were Adani Ports , Bharti Airtel, Lupin, TCS  and L&T .

Tuesday, 12 January 2016

D STREET IN BEAR GRIP

GODREJIND 1TG ACHIEVED
BUY JUBLFOOD ABOVE 1340 TG 1350, 1375 SL 1325
The market breadth remained in favor of declines. as the bears took charge on Dalal Street after crude oil prices slumped below the 2071 Rs a barrel mark for the first time in 12 years Selling pressure from foreign investors pulled the indices lower, continuing their recent weak trend. Equity market continued to be lower with the Sensex falling 136 points to 24688 and the Nifty down 46 points to 7517 made its fresh 52-week low.
Jet Airways, SpiceJet, Reliance Industries, Axis Bank, SBI and TCS were most active shares on exchanges.

·        India's largest IT services provider Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is likely to kick-start December quarter earnings season on a tepid note. TCS hit fresh 52-week low ahead of third quarter earnings today. The entire IT sector may see a muted growth in Q3, which is not unexpected, due to seasonality and Chennai floods adding to the pain.

Monday, 11 January 2016

RELIANCE CALL ROCKS..!!!!!!!!!

RELIANCE IS ON FIREEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!! HIT FINAL TGT
“SELL GODREJIND BELOW 376 TG 374,370 SL 380”
Reliance Industries outperformed in a weak market and to some extent was responsible to limit the losses.
Market has ended lower despite a sharp recovery on Monday under persistent selling pressure following a meltdown in the Chinese market, but managed to cutoff  some of the losses before ending the day in the negative zone. Indian shares fell to a 52-week low today, roiled by global developments, particularly in China, with the Nifty testing 7500 intra-day -- a level last seen on July 15, 2014.
Tata Motors was another stellar performer for the day.  Its luxury arm- Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) achieved a record global sales in 2015 with the premium luxury vehicles' manufacturer retailing 4,87,065 vehicles, its highest figure yet and a five per cent increase from previous year. The stock finished 2.1% up.
 Banking and financial shares that are proxy to the economy ended majorly on the downside with only Axis Bank finished in green. SBI, ICICI Bank, HDFC twins, 3% each.
Shares of Ashok Leyland ended nearly 2% up after the company announced that it has received an order from the Zimbabwe government.

The current week will also be watched carefully with heavyweights like Reliance Industries, Infosys Technologies, TCS and Hindustan Unilever all declaring their December 2015 ended corporate results this week. With uncertainty in the global market and lack of immediate trigger in the domestic market investors should tread cautiously in the market. Currently the strategy should be more of capital protection and certainly large caps offers better risk-reward as mid-caps will not be able to sustain the valuation premium. The market will also closely look at the return of the foreign institutional investors (FIIs) and at their portfolio allocation towards India.

Saturday, 9 January 2016

WEEKLY MARKET OVERVIEW

!!CENTURY TEXTILE FIREE FINAL TG HIT !!
BUY  APOLLOTYR  ABOVE 151 TG 155,160 SL 145

GAINER’S
                 TATAPOWER,POWERGRID,BPCL,ITC
LOSSER’S
                 CIPLA,LT,COALINDIA,ADANIPORT
Due to fall in yuan currency  Indian market had been watched on rallies approx -400 points on nifty. These week recovery is expected in market nifty can bounce toward the rate of 7850. Although market is expected to remain volatile in near term. Nifty had the major resistance level of 7750 to see the nifty face on 7850. Further week is expected to keep bull eye’s on oil sector, it sector, and bear eye’s on pharma can be seen. stocks to be HIGHLIGHTED these week are ONGC,APOLLOTYR,ITC,CAIRNINDIA,CENTURYTEX 

Friday, 8 January 2016

STOCKS IN FOCUS FOR UPCOMING WEEK 11 JAN 2016


       BUY RELIANCE ABOVE 1030 TG 1040, 1060 SL 1015”
Sensex snaps 4-days fall, the stock market to witness a lot of volatility in the coming few days but sees limited downside from current levels. In 2-3 month pain followed by super bull market with selling intensifying in the past few days.
The Sensex rose 82 points to 24934 and the Nifty climbed 33 points to 7601 but the broader markets outperformed benchmarks globally also markets recovered after China mayhem eases. China's Shanghai gained 2 percent after a bloodbath yesterday due to yuan devaluation that led a trading halt. Hang Seng rose 0.6 percent while Nikkei fell 0.4 percent. European markets were also marginally higher. A total of 55 stocks registered a fresh 52-week high in trades today, while 14 stocks touched a new 52-week low on the NSE.

Thursday, 7 January 2016

Carnage continues on D-St: Sensex, Nifty skid 2%; midcaps down

“BUY TATASTEEL ABOVE 251 TG 253,255 249SL"
Dragon sneezed again on Thursday infecting entire global markets to catch cold.  The Sensex and Nifty plunged to their four-month lows, other Asian markets also shed over 3 per cent after China accelerated the depreciation of the Yuan, triggering fears of currency war. Tracking losses in China, The Sensex shed over 500 points to slip below its crucial psychological level of 25000, while broader Nifty fell below its important support level of 7600.
Share indices lost ground for the fourth straight session to end at their lowest closing level in four months, amid a sell-off in global stocks, after further depreciation of the Chinese Yuan rekindled fears of a growth slowdown in the world's second largest economy while slump in crude oil prices also dampened sentiment. BHEL, Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Axis Bank and ONGC were laggards in the Sensex. GAIL is only gainer in the Sensex. Stocks exposed to the Chinese market and the energy basket saw sharp declines. Traders were seen piling position in realty, capital goods and auto stocks, while selling was seen in IT and TECK sector stocks. Jindal Steel, Tata Steel, Tata Motors and Vedanta, among others, tanked as much as 10 per cent broader market barometer.

Buzzing stock for8 jan 2015
Suzlon Energy, JP Associate, sbin, axis bank, ifci  , hdil, tata stel Tech Mahindra , Lupin ,Tcs.


 
                        

Wednesday, 6 January 2016

EQUITY TRADING TIPS FOR 7 JAN 2016

AXIS BANK ALMOST ACHIEVED FIRST TGT 439!!!!!!!!!!!!!
“BUY HERITGFOOD ABOVE 575 TG 578,585 SL 570”
Markets came under pressure after weak economic data from China raised global growth concerns. Indian shares fell to their lowest level in three weeks on Wednesday along with other Asian markets as China allowed the Yuan to weaken further, stoking fears that the world's second-biggest economy could be even weaker than feared.

Tuesday, 5 January 2016

EQUITY CASH TRADING TIPS FOR 6 JAN 2016

“BUY AXIS BANK ABOVE 536 TG 540,545 SL 530”
There was range bound movement in equity market throughout the day, tracking mixed cues from other Asian and European markets. Asian markets mostly fell to end another volatile session, a day after a global sell-off that saw trading suspended in Chinese shares The BSE midcap and small cap indices ending the day 0.56%  and 0.79% higher, respectively. The breadth of the market remained negative with 18 of the 30 stocks components trading in red. Tata Steel, Vedanta, GAIL, Hindalco, Cairn India, ONGC, Tata Power and BPCL were among the gainers on NSE, whereas PNB, Bank of Baroda, Power Grid, Coal India, HUL, SBI, Adani Ports, Tata Motors and Hero MotoCorp were among the losers of today.
Here is a list of top stocks that are in focus 0n 6 jan 2015:
TATASTEEL
SBIN
RELINFRA
RELCAPITAL
 

Monday, 4 January 2016

STOCK TRADING TIPS FOR 5 JAN2015

CENTURY TEXTILE ALMOST HIT FIRST TGT 625 MADE HIGH OF 624!!!!!!!!!!!!
The market saw biggest single day fall in four months. The  Sensex plunged 537 points and the Nifty lost 171 points weighed down by banking & financials, auto and technology stocks. The BSE Midcap and Small cap indices were down over a percent most stocks that hit their one-year highs were from the midcap and smallcap segments The Nifty50, also, came under pressure to break below its support level of 7,850. China stock market has fallen 7 percent trading for the day.

Saturday, 2 January 2016

WEEKLY SUMMARY AND OVERLOOK

!!kitex ALLMOST 1TG @739.80 HIT !!

BUY  CENTURY TEXTILE ABOVE 615 TG 625,640 SL 600

GAINER’S
                  BOSCH,ULTRATECH,HINDALCO,BANKBARODA
LOSSER’S
                  NTPC,GAIL,ONGC,BFUTILITIE,ASHOKA


It was the roller coaster ride for the stock market on last day of  2015 where the benchmark Sensex lost 1381.88 and nifty future 7558.Although it was a good recovery of nifty  on 1 day of  2016 but nifty showed pullback and ended at 7983. Next week nifty is expected to remain in green untill it drop down the level of 7940. Here are few stocks which can give you great return on your capital in just a week trades ZEEL,UNIONBANK,CRISIL,JUBLFOOD,JETAIRWAYS,ACC