2 March 2015

NIFTY OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY 03/03/2015

Today was the real reaction to the Budget and that is because the foreign institutional investors (FIIs) will be back after Saturday. The market appeared tepid after the Budget evoked mixed response from global rating agencies. Nifty has given a bit of a thumbs up, Nifty closed at a new peak of 8956 led by surge in capital goods and banking shares boosted by Budget proposals. Nifty settled with a gain of 54 points, to close at 8,956. This surpasses its previous record closing of 8952 reached on January 29.

28 February 2015

Nifty Technical Report For 28-Feb-2015

While analyzing the Daily charts of “NIFTY”, we found that the Nifty is in “Bull Market”
~ A bull trend is identified by a series of rallies where each rally exceeds the highest point of the previous rally. The decline between rallies ends above the lowest point of the previous decline. As we can see from the chart below Nifty has been making Higher High’s and Higher Low’s. Each successive green arrow has been higher than the previous ones similarly each successive red arrow was higher than the previous ones.
~ Nifty is in a strong uptrend. An uptrend line has a positive slope and is formed by connecting two or more low points. The second low must be higher than the first for the line to have a positive slope. Uptrend lines act as support and indicate that net-demand (demand less supply) is increasing even as the price rises. A rising price combined with increasing demand is very bullish, and shows a strong determination on the part of the buyers. As long as prices remain above the trend line, the uptrend is considered solid and intact. The RSI of the Nifty is also in uptrend and is in sync with price which gives us further supportive Technical Analysis evidence.

27 February 2015

NIFTY OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW 28-FEB-2015

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Volatility was witnessed there in the market today. Bulls are back on the driver’s seat. bulls took the nifty above the 8800 level. Nifty has started at 8729 made a high of 8856 and low of 8717 and closed at 8844, total 139 points was moved by nifty throughout the day.

26 February 2015

NIFTY OUTLOOK FOR FRIDAY 27 FEB 2015

Markets ended lower following the expiry of February derivative contracts with IT majors leading the decline along with defensive pharma and FMCG shares. Further, the Railway Budget announcement, which acts as a precursor to the Union Budget, failed to boost investor sentiment. The February derivative contracts which expired today recorded the highest turnover in the F&O segment at Rs 5.81 lakh crore. "On provisional basis have seen Rollover of 78% in Nifty futures compare 76.52% of Total rollover of Jan series. Rollovers are better than past six month average .Nifty ended down 83 points at 8684. Nifty opned at 8779 made a high of 8786 and low of 8669 and closed at 8683. Total 117 points was played by nifty throughout the day.

25 February 2015

NIFTY OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW 26-FEB-2015

In volatile trading, the Nifty index today failed to sustain initial gains and ended almost flat on caution ahead of expiry of monthly derivative contracts and much-awaited Union Budget. Nifty moved up by 5 points to finish at 8767 after hitting the day's high of 8840.
Thursday will see markets reacting to the Railway Budget as well as portfolio churning by investors as monthly derivative contracts expire. Volatility might remain, given the key trigger is post expiry and tomorrows railway budget can possibly provide some direction.

24 February 2015

NFTY OUTLOOK FOR WEDNESDAY 25 FEB, 2015

Market closed second session of the Budget week on a flat note on Tuesday as investors preferred to stay on the sidelines till the Budget gets announced (on Saturday). The consolidation in market was also ahead of expiry of February derivative contracts and Railway Budget that both will take place on Thursday. The Nifty closed at 8754, down 78. It touched a high of 8869 and a low of 8736 in trade today.

23 February 2015

STOCKS TO BUY FOR UNION BUDGET 2015-16

In a week's time from now, Union Budget 2015-16 would be unveiled by Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley. The Union Budget is being unveiled on Saturday and while there were apprehensions on whether there would be trading on Saturday, the NSE and the BSE have announced that there would be trading on this day.
It's going to be an extremely volatile session on the day of the Budget, simply because there is so much expectations this time around. If this is not a dream budget, chances are there could be huge selling pressure in the markets.
Here are a few shares to buy ahead of Union Budget 2015-16.

20 February 2015

NIFTY OUTLOOK FOR MONDAY 23-FEB-2015

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A strong rebound during the latter part of the trading session took key benchmark into the green from red in what a choppy trading session. A strong rebound materialized during the last one hour of the trading session after news reports filtered in that Greece has submitted a formal request for a loan extension. The weekend factor ahead of the all-important Budget week also weighed on the sentiment. The Nifty was hovering around 8850; Nifty plunged to a low of 8816, and finally ended with a loss of 67 points at 8828.