18 September 2018

NIFTY LEVEL & FREE NIFTY FUTURE OPTION FOR 19 SEP 2018

As we have predicted yesterday RELCAPITAL moved on our words & achieved our targets which we have updated yesterday only & given profit of 16200.
 Market skewed in the favor of bears..!!! Bears tightened their grip on Dalal Street. The markets traded low on Wednesday, ending the trading session in red at the closing bell. The market extended its fall for a fifth straight session Tuesday, making it the longest losing spree in over three months as concerns persist on multiple fronts in the form of rising crude prices, tumbling rupee and ongoing global trade tiff.The  Sensex closed lower by 294 points, at 37290, while the Nifty 98 points, to close at 11278.

17 September 2018

NIFTY LEVEL & FREE NIFTY FUTURE OPTION FOR 18 SEP 2018

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Bears tighten their grip on dalal street & took nifty below 11400 mark. The Sensex fell over 500 points in intraday. The rupee weakened against the dollar despite the government measures. Over the weekend, the government announced several steps to prop up capital inflows and to curb “non-essential” imports, while sticking to its fiscal deficit targets. Moreover, continued selloffs in global markets also added pressure. European shares followed Asian counterparts lower as traders grappled with the latest US threat to announce a new round of tariffs on Chinese goods in the latest escalation of their trade conflict. The dollar slipped after Friday’s gains and emerging-market currencies declined. The Sensex closed lower by 505 points to 37585, while the Nifty dropped by 137 points to close at 11377.
The Nifty50 has so far held on to its 50-DMA on the daily charts and has taken support at the rising trend line it has formed from the 11000 mark. Going into Tuesday’s session, we expect to see a stable opening. However, the market still remains vulnerable to consolidation at higher levels. We expect the 11500 and 11550 levels to act as technical resistance to Nifty, while supports should come in at 11375 and 11325 levels. 

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14 September 2018

BANKNIFTY NEXT WEEK NIFTY PREDICTION & CHARTS 17 SEP TO 21 SEP 18

WEEKLY RESISTANCE FOR BANK NIFTY :27350,27450,27600
PIVOT POINT: 27000
WEEKLY SUPPORT FOR BANK NIFTY:  26900,26800,26600
WEEKLY CHART FOR BANK NIFTY

The Nifty Bank Index started the week on negative note on Monday and remained under pressure throughout the session to end with a loss of a percent. On Tuesday post opening on a flat note, the Nifty Bank Index traded within a very narrow range for the most part of session however in the second half it slipped below its last few sessions support zone at 27136 and witnessed a sharp selloff to end the day with a loss of 1.45% tad above 26800 levels. On Wednesday post opening marginally higher, the Nifty Bank index once again continued the negative momentum and corrected during the first half of the session. The momentum readings on the hourly chart were in oversold territory as the index approached the support around 26550. This led to a pullback move in the latter half of the session and the index recovered all the losses to end the day on a flat note. Thursday market was closed on accounts of ganesh chaturthi. On Friday bank nifty was trading in narrow range with positive momentum & closed the week at 27211.

NEXT WEEK NIFTY PREDICTION & CHARTS 17 SEP TO 21 SEP 18

WEEKLY RESISTANCE FOR NIFTY: 11600, 11700, 11800
 PIVOT POINT: 11400
WEEKLY SUPPORT FOR NIFTY:  11300, 11200, 11100
WEEKLY CHART FOR NIFTY











DAILY RESISTANCE FOR NIFTY: 11600, 11650, 11700
PIVOT POINT: 11500
DAILY SUPPORT FOR NIFTY:  11450, 11400, 11350
DAILY CHART FOR NIFTY
Mostly, in a strong up trend, if market has to undergo some kind of correction, we see that pain coming out in the first half of the week and the latter part tries to make up for the damage. Similar thing was witnessed during the week, the index first took a nosedive from Monday’s high and then remained under pressure; courtesy to relentless appreciation in US Dollar against the Indian Rupee. Till last week, our markets could handle up to the 71 mark; but the moment this level crossed, it called for some kind of panic in the traders’ fraternity. But, fortunately, the end was good for the week after USD INR cooling off a bit and hence, Nifty managed to recoup some losses to close tad below the 11600 mark.  A weakening in Rupee continues to put lot of burden on the bulls as the opening of USD INR beyond the 72.15 mark led to a sluggish start of the week. Subsequently, as the day progressed, the pressure aggravated in the currency and hence, nifty had to undergo a severe correction to eventually conclude near the lowest point of the day with a loss of 1.30%  Post a sharp sell-off of about 150 points on Monday, on Tuesday market opened session marginally higher. Although, it was just the opening ticks that were on a positive note as the index then continued its previous day's momentum. The index corrected up to the support of 11400 and consolidated around the same for the most part of the day. However, the bears had the upper hand and the mentioned support was taken out in the last one and half hour of trade. The sell-off accelerated in the last hour and the index corrected further to end the session below 11300, a cut of another 150 points. After witnessing some terrifying moves for two days. The nifty started the day with a bump up of nearly 50 points. However, it was merely a formality as we immediately came across an ‘Open High’ kind of situation and within no time, all opening gains just disappeared. In fact, the pressure aggravated in the first half when USD INR hastened towards the 73 mark as the RBI intervened strongly to rescue to rupee. Fortunately, the currency cooled off from this crucial junction by nearly a percent; leading to a v-shaped recovery in equity markets during the latter half of the day. Thursday market was shut on account of Ganesh Chaturthi. Market opened on a positive note on Friday, with nifty reclaiming the 11500 mark on heavy buying by domestic institutional investors as the industrial production grew at 6.6 per cent in July and retail inflation cooled to a 10-month low. Nifty future has opened the week 11594.40 made a high of 11598.80 & low of  11297.45 & closed the week at 11538.
NIFTY: A STRONG SUPPORT WILL BE @ 11250; STRONG RESISTANCE LEVEL SEEN @11750

12 September 2018

NIFTY OUTLOOK & FREE NIFTY TIPS FOR 14 SEP 2018

Bulls are back in action after two days of battering  & took nifty future above 11400 mark.  A dramatic recovery in the rupee has helped market surge to the high points. The Indian currency surpassed the level of 72 per US dollar-mark, leading to a massive buying among investors. The Sensex managed to end over 300 points higher. At the close of market hours, the Sensex ended higher by 304.83 points at 37717, while the Nifty soared 83 points at 11370. Wednesday’s gains as a counter-trend rally. They believed the gain may extend when trading resumes on Friday. Markets will be shut on Thursday on account of Ganesh Chaturthi.

11 September 2018

ADANIENT & BANKNIFTY FUTURE CALL ROCKS..!!!

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It was a sea of red in markets on Tuesday. Indian markets logged their biggest drop with Sensex tanking 509 points to end below 37500 marks and the Nifty index slipped 151 points to fall below 11300 level as persistent trade frictions and turmoil in emerging markets continue to march the outlook for global equities. In global markets, European stocks fell with US futures after a mixed session in Asia as fears grew over trade relations among the world’s biggest economies. Market sentiment that’s underpinned by optimism on US-EU trade relations is undermined by a still cloudy scenario for emerging-market stocks and currencies. Moreover, continued capital outflow also added pressure. 

10 September 2018

NIFTY OUTLOOK & FREE NIFTY TIPS FOR 11 SEP 2018

BUY BANKNIFTY FUTURE ABOVE 27350 TGT 27400/27470 SL 27290
SELL ADANIENT BELOW 151 TGT 150/148.50 SL 152.50
Bulls are on back foot, Bears continued to rule…  The NSE Nifty ended the session at 11438, down 151 points. No sector managed to shut shop in the green although the Nifty IT index did manage to end on a flat note. The Nifty PSU Bank index was the worst sectoral performer with all 12 constituents closing in the red. Rout in rupee, Spike in bond yields, Weakness in global markets, Firming oil prices were the causes of this decline. Axis Bank was the top index gainer as the bank said Amitabh Chaudhry of HDFC Life will join as chief executive officer from January 1.