- "Sell in May and Go Away" or "Monsoon Momentum" will drive Indian markets in month of MAY
- Optically Nifty pulled back some more today.
- The Resistance at 7973 now looks solid and robust for Nifty
- The Bank stocks seem to have lost near term enthusiasm
- No lack of enthusiasm for these two names.
- Indian Economic growth is making a comeback. India’s infrastructure output expanded at its fastest pace in 16 months in March as per new data.
- With economy picking up and good monsoon expected: Will DIIs start buying?
- The theme in 2016 so far: Underperforming sectors are the New Performers. So, one week it was Cement, then one week Power, then one week Real Estate...now Fertilizers.
- How else can you explain the surge in DLF.
- Can Agriculture and Rural theme be sustainable Bullish theme in 2016? The evidence so far supports it.
- Two Agri based Stocks to keep an eye on - Premium Content
- 1 USD = 66.39 INR
- Infosys created a Gap post earnings few days back. Now the stock seems to have filled the Gap. Does this mean - stock ready for short term trading bounce?
- HCL Tech after trading sideways for months finally has broken down and chart is not looking pretty
- A very simple Trading rule: Strong Stocks are strong buys at 200 dma. [Science of Stock Price Action]
- The 200 dma magic - Navin Fluorine stock now up 42% since March 16 2016. I did mention about the stock in Market Observations (Point 15) on March 16 when stock was at 200 dma
- SKS Microfinance has made a textbook trading move in last 3 months - The stock now up 36% since Jan 20 2016
- Here’s one stock that is scripting a Technical Turnaround? - Premium Content
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