Monday, September 30, 2013

Broken Support 5733

Dear All,

A government shutdown: What could it look like?

The federal government moved closer to its first shutdown in 17 years after the Republican-led House voted early Sunday to delay President Barack Obama’s health-care law by one year as part of legislation to keep the government running.


If House Republicans and Senate Democrats cannot agree by the Tuesday-morning deadline, thousands of government employees will be unable to work.

There will be one more round of votes until a government shutdown is certain.

First, Reid and his fellow Democrats in the Senate are likely to vote on Monday afternoon to table the House measure. Aides said they only need 51 votes to block the bills. Democrats control 54 votes in the chamber. This will sideline conservative Republicans in the Senate led by Sen.


"The American people don't want a government shutdown, and they don't want Obamacare," House Republican leaders said in a statement. "We will do our job and send this Bill over, and then it's up to the Senate to pass it and stop a government shutdown."

>>> NIFTY <<<

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Nifty Broken Crucial Support 5733. Lets wait for 5637.

>>> CENTURYTEX <<<

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CenturyTex Part Booked. Holding for Target.

>>> LT <<<

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LT booked Part Profit and Holding for Target.

>>> ONGC <<<

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ONGC part profit booked at 266. Stock made a low of 262.65. More downside left

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Weekly Review - 30.09.2013

Dear All,

Market on the peak of Volatile last week, since there is no flow of news market lacked direction on either side.

Current account deficit:-

No relief from any front, a Reuters poll of five economists predicting the June quarter current account deficit rising to $23-25 billion, or 4.8-5.4% of the GDP, from $18.1 billion, or 3.6 per cent, in the March quarter, couldn't have come at a worse time. Good enough to hold the bulls. The numbers will be out on Monday.

Raghuram Rajan Warned :-

RBI's new chief Raghuram Rajan had sent a warning signal three years ahead of the 2008 global financial crisis.

Just days back, he seems to have done it again, saying that there is a danger of bubbles forming around the globe due to easy monetary policy implemented to steer the world back into a more robust growth path.

"We seem to be in a situation where we are doomed to inflate bubbles elsewhere," Rajan said.

"We should wonder whether lower and lower interest rates are in fact part of the problem, I say I don't know."

Outlook :-

Markets are likely to remain range bound in the week ahead as investors would adopt wait-and-watch stance ahead of second quarter earnings. Meanwhile, reports suggest that brokerages are likely cut their expectations of growth in earnings per share (EPS) for large companies to mid-single digits on the back of factors including higher interest rates, lower domestic demand and higher cost of imported raw materials.

Markets will closely monitor key economic data such as current account deficit, balance of payments on Monday.

Data for HSBC India Manufacturing Purchasing Manager's Index (PMI) for the month of September is scheduled for release on Tuesday.

Further, the trends in the Indian rupee, crude oil prices and FII activity would also be on the radar of investors.

Auto and cement stocks are likely to be in action after they start releasing their September sales and dispatch numbers.

>>> Nifty Weekly <<<

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Above Weekly Chart suggest an a-b-c-d-e movement and we are on the last leg of 5 wave upmove. Hence we have still more upside left.

>>> Nifty Daily <<<

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As per Daily Chart we need to correct a bit till support 2 before next upmove. Detail analysis on what are the possibilities at Hourly chart.

>>>> Nifty Hourly <<<<<

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Two alternatives - both directions are as per sub wave (iv), we are facing lot of volatile as the a-b-c wave moving with lot of zig-zag. Hope all readers got clear direction as per the above charts.

>>>> Bank Nifty - Weekly <<<<

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Bank Nifty Weekly - stuck in between two lines inside a Pitchfork. Unable to hold 100wma should be noted.

>>> Bank Nifty - Daily <<<

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On Daily front I assumed the ongoing as a 5 wave upmove. Hence should take support at 50% or 61.8% means we should move up soon after the expected correction. Let see

>>> PERFORMANCE <<<

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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Expired in No Trade Zone

Dear All,

>>> NIFTY <<<

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Nifty after breaking out of the channel made a very choppy and volatile session for last 2-3 days and expired today inside a No Trade Zone. So lets wait for clarity.

>>> ICICI BANK <<<

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ICICI BANK SL HIT. EXIT WITH LOSS.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Channel Broken on Nifty - 5852 saved on Intraday.

Dear All,


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Volatile killed. 5852 broken and saved on intraday. Price out of the channel. Price between 50 Hr ma and 100 Hr ma. We hit some Stop loss also. News flow like No Diesel price hike has increased the danger of CAD and news about 7th Pay commission from Central Govt. due to upcoming election has increased the danger of CAD. No doubt rupee may once again fall if all these are done by govt.

So flow of news makes Nifty with lot of extensions. Now for tomorrow 5890,5938 and 5977 act as a resistance. Support as mentioned above on chart. Lets See.

>>> Bank Nifty <<<

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Bank Nifty falling as abc-x-abc double zig zag. After completing wave x started falling for next abc. Today took support at 9912 which is 50% fib level. Lets see.

>>> ICICI BANK <<<

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ICICI BANK broken H&S like pattern after completing wave B. Now if stays below 932 should trigger more sell off. Lets see.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Support 5852

Dear All,



Kingfisher Airlines Ltd, which has been grounded for almost a year for want of cash, is in talks with a foreign investor for a potential stake sale, Chairman Vijay Mallya said on Tuesday, without naming any investor.

Mallya has said several times in the past that the company was in talks with potential investors, but the plans have not materialised so far.


Aadhaar's purpose in doubt as SC says it's not mandatory :-

The Supreme Court on Monday dealt a crippling blow to UPA's showpiece Aadhaar scheme by ruling that it can only be issued to those with proven Indian nationality and cannot be mandatory for accessing public services and subsidies.

"In the meanwhile, the Aadhaar card cannot be made mandatory. If anyone applies for Aadhaar card, then you have to verify whether he is a citizen of India or not. These cards cannot be issued to illegal migrants," said a bench of Justices B S Chauhan and S A Bobde as they frowned upon the unique identity numbers being issued without verifying the antecedents of individuals.


The move is a serious setback to the government's plans to transfer cash and subsidies directly into bank accounts of beneficiaries. Meeting the verification criterion laid down by the apex court could prove to be a tough task because only a small part of the population has proof of nationality such as a passport. That the Unique Identification Authority of India, an entity floated by UPA-2 for rolling out the ambitious Aadhaar scheme, is a lean body dependent on vendors only adds to the complication. The UIDAI enjoys no legal backing either.



Narendra Modi staging 'fake encounter' with facts: P Chidambaram:-

Chidambaram Monday said the prime ministerial candidate of opposition Bharatiya Janata Party, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, is staging a “fake encounter with facts" while claiming about 8.4 percent growth during Atal Bihari Vajpayee-led government between 1998 and 2004.

Chidambaram also listed the break-up of yearly growth during the Vajyapee government as follows: In the financial year 1998-99, the gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 6.7 percent. Growth accelerated to 7.6 percent in 1999-2000. It slumped to 4.3 percent in 2000-01. For 2001-02, it was 5.5 percent; for 2002-03 it was 4 percent and in 2003-04 it rose to 8.1 percent.

"The two worst years since the turn of the century were 2000-01 (4.3 percent) and 2002-03 (4 percent)... there was a golden period of growth, it was the five-year period under UPA-I," Chidambaram said.

"Can Chidambaram explain why the growth rate today is 4.8 %? When growth rate in this period goes down they have all kinds of explanation on why it has gone down. And then they quote figures from our time to say that they have a better average," BJP leader Yashwant Sinha told reporters here

Sinha alleged that this statistical jugglery is being done by Chidambaram as the UPA government cannot compete on year-to-year basis with the NDA regime and hence is taking out averages.

"They are comparing nine years average with five years average of NDA," Sinha said, adding that when NDA came to power the growth rate was 4.8 % and when the BJP-led coalition relinquished office it was 8.6 %.

"Chidambaram is doing terrorism with facts.... He is only comparing on averages. This is only jugglery of figures," he said.

The former Finance Minister also maintained that while NDA had created 60 million jobs in five years, the UPA government has only provided 2.7 million jobs in nine years.

Sinha said, "Congress has reasons to be scared of Modi, so they don't miss any chance of doing it. The more they will target him the more it will help Modi."

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5852 should hold for upmove. Expiry is nearing

Monday, September 23, 2013

Support 5877

Dear All,


The latest RBI policy in which the RBI has raised the Repo rate is clearly an indication that inflation has become the focus of RBI once again. WPI inflation has consistently risen post May 2013 and would likely go up again as effect of currency depreciation and fuel price hikes are accounted for. This would likely hurt the markets as rate cuts will slower than earlier expected.

BofA-ML expects Government to get into the poll-mode as the November 2013 assembly elections come closer. November assembly elections are in a way bipolar contest between the ruling party at the center i.e. the Congress Party and the principal opposition party i.e. the BJP.

These assembly elections will soon be followed by the General elections in April/May 2014. The global investment bank believe that the government is already getting into the poll mode and any major reforms may not happen now.

>>> NIFTY <<<

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5877 or 78.6% Fib level or Channel Support should be broken for fresh selling, else possible bounce once again can't be ruled out. So lets see.

>>> ULTRACEMCO <<<

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Cheers!!!

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Weekly Review - 23.09.2013

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RBI's new Governor Raghuram Rajan cut the MSF rate to 9.5%, the repo rate was hiked to 7.5%. CRR was left unchanged.


We are anti-inflation' is Rajan's unequivocal message to anyone who had doubts about his Chicago School credentials. And that's good for the economy in the long run.

Many factors may have contributed to the demand pull inflation, but the RBI does not control much of them. It may be the government's wasteful expenditure, or welfare expenditure. Rajan's signal is, if the government continues with its profligacy, it has to pay higher interest rates. Savers, essential for any investment led growth, cannot be punished anymore. We need savers more to fuel investment, than spenders.


"RBI move aims to inject a dose of reality check in the market expectations, and also gives a step ahead of the impending fuel price hike and Fed tapering," said Rajiv Pathak, Research Analyst at Dolat Capital Market.

"The increase in repo rate could have been avoided as industry is already reeling under pressures of high cost of capital and low availability in a tight liquidity situation." - Chandrajit Banerjee, CII Director General



Raghuram Rajan also said on Friday that , "the postponement of tapering is only that, a postponement." "We must create a bullet-proof national balance sheet," Rajan emphasised. Rajan said that while marginal standing facility (MSF) which was reduced by 75 bps, is the effective rate today, over a period of time the economy will return to repo rate being the effective one. "The caliberated withdrawal will help the financial system," he said.

"We have to look at inflation from a 6-12 months perspective. One particular inflation reading does not effect the stance on inflation," Rajan said. "Repo rate should be consistent with inflationary pressures," he added.

>>> NIFTY HOURLY CHART - UPDATED ON 19TH SEP - A DAY BEFORE RBI POLICY <<<

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Yes, Alerted and said Nifty should fall. So Every one knows what happened. Raghuram Rajan surprised every one by raising CRR and market crashed. Now whats next ...???

>>> HAPPENED AND YET TO <<<

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Yes IHS target almost achieved and logically bulls rally almost over. So I feel market should fall more in next week also. Lets see in detail how nifty moving on 5 mins charts also for getting more clues and ideas.

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Though IHS target is over, we had some more stream left for bulls on 5 mins chart. The last leg of up move is logically over only when it breaks important supports like 5933 and 5877. If these levels are not broken then assume that the fall is sub wave (iv) on 5th wave upmove. So if you ask me whats the target for upmove in this case, its 6150,6200 and 6280 on the upper side.

So a safe traders must watch the above levels before entering a trade.

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>>> RANBAXY <<<


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>>> ULTRATECH - As given on 17th Sep, 2013<<<
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>>> HAPPENED AND YET TO <<<



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>>> BHEL <<<


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Thursday, September 19, 2013

ALL IS NOT WELL - TIME TO STAY CAUTIOUS

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With the US Federal Reserve surprising markets with its decision not to start tapering its quantitative easing programme, analysts and economists are of the opinion that the Indian economy has got the much needed chance to repair its weak macros.

With the fears of a capital flight reduced, analysts feel that the government and Reserve Bank of India (RBI) have got the elbow room to implement strong reforms, in order to curtail the twin deficits.

Now that there is some clarity on the road ahead for the tapering plan, all eyes will now be on RBI Governor, Raghuram Rajan when the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) reviews the Monetary Policy on Friday that will provide a first glimpse on the new governor’s approach to tackling the country's growth-inflation dynamics and external vulnerabilities.

Market expectations range from a partial reversal of liquidity-tightening measures at one extreme to a repo rate hike to contain inflation risks at the other.

However, Bernanke’s commentary highlights the fact that US economy is not yet in a position to grow on its own and will need continued dosages of liquidity infusion. A sharp rise in interest rates and few new job creation is an indication that all is not well despite pumping in over $3.7 trillion dollar in the economy. Growth was largely on account of housing sector, but rising interest rates has started affecting this growth. The money train will continue to run for a few more months.

Perhaps that is all the time RBI governor Raghuram Rajan and Finance Minister Chidamabram have to get their act in place. India’s economy continues on its slow pace, all that the Bernanke has done is assured that he will not pull the rug under our feet.

Lets See what RBI suppose to say and act...?

>>> NIFTY <<<


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If you are a regular follower of my blog, then definitely you won't surprised by the rally today. Since the day 5800 was save kept writing that nifty should bounce on the upper side. Now Nifty facing resistance like 6195 and 6289. Unable to cross 6195 is a clear signal from bear that its ready to strike the market once again. So Caution advised.

>>> BHEL <<<


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Booked BHEL on first Target with a Profit of Rs.12000/- Cheers!!!

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Support 5800. Resistance 5985 & 6100

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Fed likely to reduce bond buying :-

The US Federal Reserve is expected to begin its long retreat from ultra-easy monetary policy on Wednesday by announcing a small reduction in its bond buying, while stressing that interest rates will remain near zero for a long time to come.

Most experts are of the view that the US Fed won't take a hawkish stance on QE. They expect a tapering of about $10 billion, something which they say has been factored in by the markets.

Any adverse reaction and you might have a sharp rally or a sharp fall into the markets.


The Reserve Bank of India's new Governor Raghuram Rajan is expected to leave key policy rates unchanged in his first monetary policy review on Friday, and continue emergency cash tightening measures initiated in-mid July to stabilise the rupee, and check racing inflation.

Of the 52 economists polled, 50 expect the policy repo rate to remain at 7.25 percent, and 47 of 48 respondents see the cash reserve ratio, or the portion of deposits banks have to maintain with the central bank, unchanged at 4.00 percent.

The sharp depreciation in the Indian currency was largely due to speculation, ballooning current account deficit, weakness in domestic economy and strengthening of the US dollar.

Meanwhile, the appreciation in the domestic currency would be largely driven by the recent policy measures taken by the RBI, resumption of capital inflows, passage of economic reform bills, lower current account deficit (CAD) in FY14 and pick-up of economic growth momentum from the third quarter of this fiscal.


>>> NIFTY <<<

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Said Yesterday 5800 Holding and today we saw a sharp bounce on the last hour of trading. Now 5985 and 6101 as important resistance. Lets See.

>>> BANK NIFTY <<<

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Bank Nifty moved above 50dma and now facing key resistance 10495 or 61.8% Key Retrace. Cross above 10495 may see 11075. Let See.

>>>> ULTRACEMCO - As Updated Yesterday <<<


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>>>Happened and Yet to<<<

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Price touched a high of 1730 and yet to reach the first target. Expect more upside to come.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

5800 Holding

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5800 and 50hma save marginally shows possible pull back. Fed meeting and expectations from RBI meeting should be closely watched for next move on market. Lets See.

>>> ULTRATRECH <<<

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Ultra Tech - gave a good Break out. So expect a good pull back.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Support 5800 !!!

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Summers withdraws from consideration for Fed post:-

Lawrence Summers, the former U.S. Treasury secretary, called President Barack Obama Sunday to say he is pulling out of the contest to succeed Ben Bernanke as chairman of the Federal Reserve.

“I have reluctantly concluded that any possible confirmation process for me would be acrimonious and would not serve the interest of the Federal Reserve, the Administration or, ultimately, the interests of the nation’s ongoing economic recovery,” Summers said in a letter to the president that followed the telephone call.

Summers, widely regarded as a brilliant economist and a shrewd and decisive policy-maker, was considered to be the front-runner for the position to replace Bernanke, whose second term expires in January. However, Summers was dogged by controversies including his support for deregulation in the 1990s and comments he made about women's aptitude while president of Harvard.

The demise of Summers' candidacy is another setback for a president whose second term has been plagued by the defeat of gun control legislation, stalled immigration reform measures, and controversies including leaks about widespread eavesdropping by the National Security Agency.

Summers and Yellen both were viewed as highly qualified for the post. However, financial markets believed that Yellen would be slightly more likely to keep the Fed's easy money policies in place for longer than Summers.

U.S. stock-market futures pointed to a sharply higher open for Monday after former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers dropped out of the running for the top Federal Reserve job. Gold also surged as the dollar fell.


>>> NIFTY <<<


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5800 shows support and if holds upmove may continue for wave (v). Lets See.

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I WISH TO CONGRATS ALL MY CLIENTS WHO MADE BIG BIG MONEY TODAY IN RANBAXY SHORT.