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Tuesday, 5 January 2016

Top Twelve Stocks Focus in Today @ Live Stock Trading Tips

Here is a list of top twelve stocks that are in focus today:
Wipro Ltd 
Videocon Industries Ltd
SITI Cable Network Ltd
L&T Ltd 
State Bank of Travancore Ltd
Travancore Ltd
Eros International Ltd
Aditya Birla
Chemicals & Grasim Industries Ltd
JSW Steel Ltd
BUY TATA ELEXI ABOVE 2220 TG-2232-2247  SL 2193.3 

BUY  JETAIRWAYS ABOVE 735 TG-740-747  SL 721.3

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Indian Rupee Update
The Indian rupee gained in the early trade on Tuesday. It has opened higher by 11 paise  at 66.50 per dollar versus 66.61 Monday,we expect 66.30/dollar to be the floor in the near term and the rupee could test 66.90/dollar on the upside.

Bears reigned over equity market on first day of the week as equity benchmarks crashed more than 2 percent following steep correction in Chinese markets on slowdown fears and geopolitical tensions. Nifty future down 172 points at 7809.
The 30-share BSE Sense down 537 points at 25623. The market breadth was weak as about 1277 shares advanced against 1608 declining shares on the BSE.
IRB Infrastructure Developers has bagged a Rs 10,050-crore order to construct the Zozila pass tunnel in Jammu & Kashmir.
Bajaj Auto sold 2.89 lakh unit in December 2015, flat compared to a similar figure in December 2014. The company's two-wheeler sales rose 1 percent to 2.47 lakh while commercial vehicle sales fell 4 percent to 41,221.

Monday, 21 December 2015

BSE &NSE Tips With Weekly Market Update

SELL GODFRY BELOW1190 TG-1180-1170 SL 1208.3
SELL AJANTA PHARMA BELOW 1270 TG-1260-1250  SL 1291.3
SELL TATAELEXI BELOW 2190 TG-2180-2167  SL 2211.1
SELL SRF BELOW 1233 TG-1226-1218 SL 1247.3
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Weekly Market Position:-
Indian markets edged down. Sensex & Nifty up by 2.06% and 1.89%
Wall Street ended flat. JPY GDP (YoY) (Q3) came 1.0%.
Asia-Pacific markets closed down. INR Industrial Production up 3.6% to 9.8%. 
                Indian indices moved in bullish trend during the week on the back of global sentiments. S stocks closed lower on Friday for the second straight day, as concerns, ranging from a decline in crude oil prices to the global response to the Federal Reserve's interest hike, weighed down the market .The expiration of stock and index options contracts added volatility in a heavy trading volume day. The S&P and Dow had their worst twoday performance since Sept.1.

               Indian indices remained positive during the week but closed down on Friday. The market will look forward to the budget session with respect to passage of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill. Modi's cabinet this week cleared a $14.7 billion Japanese proposal to build a bullet train line between Mumbai and Ahmadabad, giving Japan an early lead over China, which is conducting feasibility studies for high speed trains on other parts of the Indian rail network. 
              World markets trend moves bearish during the week. USA, Asian and Euro markets were consolidate on positive note during the week. DAX and CAC closed negative by 4.80% and 4.37% each. FTSE100 index went down by 2.15%; S&P 500 closed negative by 1.29%; NASDAQ were up by 0.29%. In Asian market Nikkei went down by 1.91%. HangSeng went up by 0.76% & KLSE went down by 0.87%. Jakarta was down by 1.14%, Straits Times up by 0.70% and Seoul closed on negative note by 2.69%.

Friday, 11 December 2015

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  • SELL GODFRY BELOW 1395 TG-1385-1375 SL 1412.3
  • SELL SRF BELOW 1193 TG-1185-1175  SL 1208.9
  • SELL NILKAMAL BELOW 1000 TG-992-983 SL 1015.8
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           Market showed strong comeback on Thursday after more than 350 points fall on the nifty future in previous six consecutive sessions, driven by index heavyweights Reliance Industries, HDFC and Infosys. Nifty future down by 84 points to close at 7644.
         The 30-share BSE Sensex rose 216 points at 25252. The market breadth was strong as about 1847 shares advanced against 835 declining shares on the BSE.  
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is keeping a close tab on all SDR cases reported so far and may tighten SDR guidelines to ensure the tool is not being misused by banks to defer or avoid provisioning.
             Havells India, the lighting and electrical products manufacturer, decided to sell 80 stake in Havells Sylvania Malta BV owned by its subsidiary Havells Holdings (HHL) and Havells Exim to Chinese company.
               Asian stocks slipped on Thursday as weak oil prices continued to feed global growth worries, while the euro held solid gains after a policymaker poured cold water on market expectations of more easing by the European Central Bank.                                                                                            
           Japan's Nikkei fell 1 percent to hit a 1-month low and  Australian shares dropped 0.8 percent. South Korea's Kospi dipped 0.2 percent.  
           The Dow Jones industrial average fell 75 points to 17492, the S&P 500 lost 15 points to 2047 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 75 points to 5022. 
             The Reserve Bank of New Zealand on Thursday cut the official cash rate (OCR) by 25 basis points to 2.5% and while it indicated this could be the end of the easing cycle, it also said rates would be reduced further if needed.

Tuesday, 8 December 2015

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                   The market has opened marginally lower, tracking negative global cues due to sharp fall in oil prices. The Sensex fell 91.10 points to 25439.01 and the Nifty declined 22.30 points to 7743.10. Dr Reddy's Labs, Vedanta, HDFC, ONGC, Hindalco, Cairn India and Adani Ports declined 1-2 percent while Tata Motors, Hero Motocorp, Infosys, Bajaj Auto, Wipro, BPCL, HCL Tech and Asian Paints gained 0.2-1 percent.
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  • SELL JUSTDIAL BELOW 848 TG-842-837 SL 861.3
  • SELL BF UTILITIES BELOW 606 TG-600-593 SL 618.9
  • SELL HERITAGE FOOD BELOW 505TG-500-493 SL 518.9
Indian Market Outlook:-
          Nifty future started off week on a negative note, continuing its downtrend for fourth consecutive session on Monday despite positive global cues. Nifty future down by 11 points to close at 7808.  The 30-share BSE Sensex ended down 108 points at 25530.

          The market breadth was slightly broader as about 1446 shares advanced against 1316 declining shares on the BSE.

 Shares of Bharat Forge fell 2.4 percent intraday Monday to hit a 52-week low of Rs 818 on the BSE due to further decline in truck orders inflow.

          Tata Group along With its listed firms adding over USD 100 billion to market capitalisation in the last 15 years, it is looking at an increase of nearly USD 250 billion by 2025, including through acquisitions.
Global Market Overview:-
            Asian stocks came off day's high to close mixed today, as investors eye a host of economic data due this week.  Nikkei and Shanghai gained 1 percent and 0.3 percent, respectively while Hang Seng lost0.15 percent.  

          European equities were trading higher with CAC and DAX up over 1.7 percent after a solid US jobs report that put the Federal Reserve on course to increase interest rates. Britain's FTSE was up 0.5 percent.  

          Nonfarm payrolls data showed the US economy created 211,000 jobs for November, beating market expectations. It is likely to have been the final sign for the Federal Reserve that conditions were right for a hike in interest rates in December.