- Money always goes to where it's best treated. That's one of the tenets of investing
- Is this the reason - Money chasing Bitcoin - it touched $10K
- North Korea tested another missile and the market reaction: Big Yawn and Bullish Close
- What's fuelling the rally? - 1. Big Tax Cut hope; and 2. Strong Retail Sales this Thanksgiving
- How much S&P500 has rallied this year?
- U.S. GDP growth revised up to 3.3% rate in third quarter - fastest rate of growth in three years. There is no case for investing in Gold now
- This US Bull market has all the good news it can hope for
- Nifty today closed at 10360. Current State of Nifty: Bullish and Trading Sideways
- Which stock qualifies as Leadership stock when it comes to Indian market: Reliance
- Chart does not tell you about the future. It only tells you how smart money is positioning for big move
- Real Estate stocks continue to make big move. Today, Sobha Developers was up 10%. A trend that started way back in March 2017
- Technical trading is about visual technique and not allowing the mind to over think.
- Tata Global made a big breakout move. Will this stock be the next big breakout mover?
- Airlines in India = Consumption Play. Jet Airways announces partnership with Air France, KLM & Delta to enhance footprint in N America, and EU. The stock has made big move in last 1.5 month
- PSU Bank recapitalization resulted in a big move is most of the PSU stocks. Now they all seem to be in rest mode.
- It pays to follow Chart. BHEL was always an Avoid Stock
- What if BHEL rallies from here? Well, anything can happen but that's not the point. The Business of Investing is not Gambling
- This is how Slow and Steady breakout work. Bharat Electronics broke out in Dec 2016 and now a year later - this is how it looks
- Breakout Observations.
- Value Investors don't like when stocks are in Momentum phase but why nobody talks about stock that are in this state like ITC
- 1 USD = 64.42 INR
- Supply Chain IPO.
- Talking Point for tomorrow: India's Q2 GDP data expected tomorrow
- Prices are derived by perceptions and that’s why they always look ridiculous to logical and rational people. Prices are like emotions. Do you find other people’s emotions rational
- Don't trade on opinions or predictions. Trade based on what the market ACTUALLY does
Corporate America high in the saddle: Adjusted pretax profits jump 4.3% in 3rd quarter. Banks lead way
— MarketWatch Economy (@MKTWeconomics) November 29, 2017
A mega breakout in Reliance after 9 years....Reliance all set to rally another 50-100% over next 2 years
— Deepak Singh (@smarket) February 22, 2017
One sector in India where there has been pretty visible breakout in stocks with huge volumes: Real Estate
All Bad news priced in?
— Deepak Singh (@smarket) March 23, 2017
"To anticipate the market is to gamble. To be patient and react only when the market gives the signal is to speculate." ~Jesse Livermore.
Now you decide - what you do 😉
— Deepak Singh (@smarket) November 29, 2017
Future Supply Chain Solutions is set to launch its Rs 650 cr IPO. The issue is priced b/w Rs 660-664/sh. Opens on Dec 6 & closes on Dec 8. @PriyaSheth7 caught up w/the mgmt & began by asking them what the dilution is in terms of promoters as well as of the pvt eq post the issue pic.twitter.com/xJRzMKm2lK
— CNBC-TV18 News (@CNBCTV18News) November 29, 2017
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