4 September 2015

NIFTY OUTLOOK & FREE NIFTY TIPS FOR 7 MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2015

The market is still struggling with the nifty falling below 7770.  Continued selling pressure by the foreign portfolio investors, weakness in rupee and global jitters weighed on the sentiment. Market breadth for the day remained negative as advances to declines ratio for Nifty stood at 4:46 for the day. The Sensex ended down 562 points at 25201 and the Nifty tanked 165 points at 7657. The Sensex and Nifty closed 562 points and 167 points lower at 25201 and 7655, respectively.

3 September 2015

NIFTY OUTLOOK & FREE NIFTY & BANK NIFTY TIPS FOR 4 SEPTEMBER 2015

Markets shut the day on a firm note on the back of positive global cues. Encouraging data from the US lifted the sentiments across the globe. Low level buying and stable rupee also supported the indices The stock markets rose more than 1 per cent on Thursday, snapping three straight sessions of losses, as investors bought beaten-down stocks while upbeat US markets overnight also improved sentiment. The S&P BSE Sensex, which opened at 25614 points, closed at 25764 points - higher by 311 points from Wednesday's close at 25453 points. The Sensex touched a high of 25835 points and a low of 25555 points in the intra-day trade.

2 September 2015

NIFTY OUTLOOK & BEST NIFTY TIPS FOR 3 SEPTEMBER 2015

" BUY DLF 120 CALL @ 4.2 TG 6.7/9.8 SL 2.2 "
The market wobbled with no major support. Initially after a positive opening indices were hammered in last hour of trade on account of sharp selling pressure. Continuous sell-off by the foreign portfolio investors created a worrisome sentiment on the street. Even strengthening rupee couldn’t boost the sentiment. In a highly volatile trade, Today the index  Sensex  closed 242 points lower at 25453. The index fell for the third straight day in a row amid lack of directional cues from global markets. Bearish sentiments also dented investors' confidence at the wider 50-scrip Nifty. The Nifty closed 68 points lower at 7717.Both of these indices fell for the third straight day in a row.  The high intra-day volatility was caused due to the bearish cues coming in from the Asian markets. Investors are nervous about the evolving situation in China.

1 September 2015

NIFTY OUTLOOK & FREE NIFTY TIPS FOR 2 SEPTEMBER 2015

TUESDAY TURMOIL..!!! NIFTY CRACKS 2 % & CLOSED BELOW 7800 MARK
Markets capitulated to selling pressure for second consecutive session on Tuesday and ended with massive loss of around 2%, which dragged Sensex and Nifty below 25,700 and 7,800 levels respectively. The Sensex fell over 700 points and Nifty fell more than 2 per cent on Tuesday to near its lowest in about a year. Today’s markets began on weak global cues as the US markets had closed lower on Monday amid continued uncertainty about China and the Fed. Lower-than-expected GDP data and sell-off in global equities hit market sentiments as the key benchmark indices plunged over 2 per cent on Tuesday. The  Sensex and Nifty tanked 586 points and 185 points at 25696 and 7785. Sensex settled at its lowest level in more than a year while Nifty settled at its lowest level in more than 10 months.

31 August 2015

NIFTY OUTLOOK & FREE NIFTY TIPS FOR TUESDAY,1 SEPTEMBER 2015

Despite hopes of healthy economic expansion data, the slide in Asian bourses and a weaker rupee dented the Indian equity market on Monday. The Sensex and Nifty broadly remained volatile on Monday ahead of economic data due later in the day amid concerns that the monsoon could be deficient this year. The  Sensex closed 109 points, lower at 26283. Nifty closed 30 points, down at 7971. The domestic markets on Monday opened with a negative note tracking the global cues. After that the markets remained sideways as of the lack of major triggers. Also the investors trimmed some of their long positions ahead of the GDP data which will be come out today after markets hours.

28 August 2015

NIFTY TECHNICAL REPORT DAILY & WEEKLY CHARTS FOR NEXT WEEK 31-08 -2015

DAILY RESISTANCE FOR NIFTY: 8091, 8170, 8303, 8436
PIVOT POINT: 8037
DAILY SUPPORT FOR NIFTY :  7958, 7904, 7771,7638
DAILY CHAT FOR NIFTY:



















WEEKLY RESISTANCE FOR NIFTY: 8126, 8304, 8713,9122
PIVOT POINT: 7895
WEEKLY SUPPORT FOR NIFTY :  7717, 7486, 7077,7000
WEEKLY CHAT FOR NIFTY:




















TECHNICAL ANALYSIS FOR NIFTY
In last previous sessions, as we have predicted that in NIFTY BEARS CAN MOVE TOWARDS 8100 And nifty was achieved target of 8100 made low of 7665 in this week. Sensex rose 161 points or 0.61 percent to 26392 and the Nifty climbed 53 points or 0.67 percent to 8001. However, the broader markets under performed benchmarks, closing flat post 3.6% weekly loss. Nifty future opened on a firm note with a gap and after some consolidation, moved up to a high of 8089 and closed in the red. In line with expectations, the touchline formation in charts two days ago gave its positive effect. This Rally could be attributed partly to short covering on the back of firm global markets, so follow up buying is needed for it to be sustainable. On the lower side, 7940 is the immediate support. 7900, 7854, 7770, 7720-7630 are important levels and a beach of 7630 will signal resumption of the downswing. On the higher side,8048 is the immediate resistance. 8091, 8170, 8303, 8436 are important levels for upside. it has closed above 7940 region signalling a breather in the downswing, but it must now move decisively above 8080 for some meaningful pullback.

27 August 2015

NIFTY OUTLOOK & FREE NIFTY TIPS FOR 28 AUGUST 2015

BUY ICICIBANK FUTURE ABOVE 284 TGT 286.50/288 SL 281.7
The Sensex and Nifty gained more than 2 per cent on Thursday, posting their biggest daily gains in two weeks, as upbeat global equity markets sparked a wave of bargain-hunting ahead of the expiry of derivative contracts at the end of the session. Making up for last session's losses, the Sensex surged 516 points, or 2.01 per cent, to settle the day at 26231. The Nifty barometer climbed 157 points, or 2 per cent, to close the day at 7948.

26 August 2015

NIFTY TIPS & NIFTY OUTLOOK FOR 27 AUGUST 2015

The markets are volatile. Uncertainty over the Chinese markets, profit bookings and the upcoming derivatives expiry flared up volatility in the Indian equity markets. Domestic equity markets closed over 1 per cent lower on Wednesday, giving up gains from the previous session as wary investors shied away from risky bets on fears that a rate cut in China was not enough to stabilize its slowing economy or halt a collapse in stocks. The  Sensex and Nifty tanked 317 points and 88 points at 25714 and 7791, respectively. The Sensex touched a high of 26156 points and a low of 25657 points during intra-day trade. Bearish sentiments also subdued trade at the National Stock Exchange. The derivatives expiry tomorrow is also adding volatility and anxiety. Though a scheduled event, at this stage it is one of the most important factors to look out for.