Wednesday, April 23, 2014

morning thoughts...

WELL ICICI BANK ZOOMS
OTHER CALLS SHASUN PHARMA GIVEN AT 95 - ACHIEVES TARGETS OF 110 ( 2000 * 15 = 30000)
SIMPLEX INFRA GIVEN AT 159 - ACHIEVES TARGETS OF 185 ( 1000* 26 = 26000)
LIC 280 CA GIVEN AT 1 - ACHIEVES TARGETS OF 3 ( 2000 * 2 = 4000 )

NOMINAL PROFITS OF 60000

PREVIOUS WEEKS OPEN CALLS

MARUTI GIVEN AT 1947 - ACHIEVES TARGETS 2000 ( 250*53 = 13250 )
RAYMONDS GIVEN AT 315 - ACHIEVES TARGETS 335 ( 1000* 20 = 20000 )
KARNATAKA BANK GIVEN AT 117 - ACHIEVES TARGETS 123 (4000 * 6 = 24000 )
LIC GIVEN AT 262 - ACHIEVES TARGETS 270 ( 2000 * 8 = 16000)
BHARTI AIRTEL GIVEN AT 319 - TARGETS 350 - NOW 330 ( 1000 * 11 = 11000 )
TECH MAHINDRA GIVEN AT 1749 - NOW 1789 ( 250 * 40 = 10000 )

TOTAL MINIMUM PROFITS IN 1 LOTS PER CALL LEAVING OPTIONS = 94250

94250 + 60000 = 154250


THOUGH FEW CALLS WERE GIVEN IN COMMODITY SEGMENT LAST WEEK BUT ALL HAVE BEEN ON DOT

GOLD ACHIEVES TARGETS OF 28300
SILVER ACHIEVES TARGETS OF 41800
NATURAL GAS ACHIEVES TARGETS OF 286


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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

morning thoughts...


The markets stays in a range with positive divergence and cozy individual stock movements , as we move closer to election results markets looks more stronger, but hey listen are you all ready for the biggest surprise of the season , do you all remember the upper circuit of last elections 2009 that we predicted well in advance , now are the markets heading for a bumper rise or a crackling fall.
From past few days we have been showing beautiful calls and markets have been dancing to our tunes like a pied piper , well a bunch of stocks is ready for mega gains along with nifty which will shock most of the masses.
So do you all want to wait again and miss the chance like 2009 or catch the train this time , no free stuff can help anyone everytime.
Today 2 -3 bombs are ready to rock the markets - we have already given icici bank 1300 ca of may series on fb and yahoo , another being J... , simplex infra
We have been hearing plenty of 'the worst is over' kind of predictions about the economy lately. As per the official announcements, India's GDP growth has already bottomed out. In addition to this, many believe that if we have a good monsoon, the inflation rate will fall and this will prompt the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to bring down interest rates. Hopes that a new government will give a big push to reforms have sent the stock markets to new highs. Unfortunately most of the euphoria is backed by little proof of economic recovery. The only ray of hope is some relief on India's deficit problem. For, at least the expectation that the current account deficit (CAD) is set to go lower is backed by tangible data. 
Let us not be fooled by the recent and temporary sharp fall in the CAD. It has come about only because of a huge decline in investments (especially corporate investments). This is a disaster for the country. Without private investment, productive assets like factories will not be created. This will only lead to higher unemployment. The solution to this problem is thus clear. The economy needs policies that will encourage private investment as well as a big reduction in government subsidies. These two measures will ensure that the CAD remains low and the currency remains strong. An improvement in savings rate and corporate investments must be a prioritized goal for the new government we believe
Now to what extent can a lower CAD underscore economic recovery? The CAD tells us that the country's imports are more than its exports. The difference has to be bridged by capital inflows like Foreign Investments (either direct or indirect) and remittances. If the CAD remains low then it is not too much of a problem. However a persistently high CAD can make the economy vulnerable to an external shock and put the currency under pressure. This is exactly what had happened in 2013 when the CAD had touched a record 6.5% of GDP. The government and the RBI had to take extraordinary steps to bring it under control. One year on, there appears to be good news. The CAD has fallen dramatically to just 0.9% of GDP in the March 2014 quarter. So the inevitable question is whether this can be sustained. Unfortunately, it cannot, at least not by the measures adopted by the government. 
The sharp decline in the CAD has only been possible due to a massive fall in gold and capital goods imports. The curbs placed on gold imports have resulted in a sharp increase in smuggling and is clearly unsustainable. The fall in capital goods imports is not something to be proud of. It is merely a reflection of the poor state of the economy. These capital goods imports will pick up only as and when there is an improvement in economic growth and industrial activity. 
Now the key to sustainable improvement in the CAD lies in higher savings and investments. If the total savings pool of a country (both public and private) is not enough for its investment needs, then money will have to be brought in from abroad to fill the gap. This is reflected in a rising CAD as has been the case with India over the last few years. The government has been providing subsidies for various schemes, including unnecessary ones for diesel and LPG. This reckless spending has adversely impacted the public savings rate. Meanwhile, thanks to high inflation, the negative real interest rates have hardly incentivized private savers. And as a result even the private saving rate has fallen to nearly a decade low! Thus the growth in savings has not been able to keep pace with the investments that the economy needs. The end result has been falling GDP growth and a ballooning CAD. 
Now the question is where are the markets headed post budget and what will be the effect on equity and commodity markets , so people get ready as this time it will be the most deceptive and surprising thing , don’t miss the opportunity and know all the advance movements and make the wealth of your life or else miss the train for atleast 3-4 years.
No use tracking and seeing the markets on a daily basis in both equity and commodity markets and making petty profits , this markets wants you all to make hefty and mega profits.


Openly given calls yesterday – Liberty shoes zoomed 18% , Shasun chemicals rose 19 rs



Monday, April 21, 2014

morning thoughts...

ITS MONDAY AGAIN - LETS START THE WEEK BY WEALTH RAIN


BUY LIBERTY SHOES , SHASUN CHEMICALS


BUY ICICI 1280 CA , TECH MAHINDRA 1800 CA , MARUTI 2000 CA


PREVIOUS WEEKS OPEN FREE CALLS GIVEN ON FACEBOOK AND YAHOO MESSENGER

MARUTI GIVEN AT 1947 - ACHIEVES TARGETS 2000 ( 250*53 = 13250 )
RAYMONDS GIVEN AT 315 - ACHIEVES TARGETS 335 ( 1000* 20 = 20000 )
KARNATAKA BANK GIVEN AT 117 - ACHIEVES TARGETS 123 (4000 * 6 = 24000 )
LIC GIVEN AT 262 - ACHIEVES TARGETS 270 ( 2000 * 8 = 16000)
BHARTI AIRTEL GIVEN AT 319 - TARGETS 350 - NOW 330 ( 1000 * 11 = 11000 )
TECH MAHINDRA GIVEN AT 1749 - NOW 1789 ( 250 * 40 = 10000 )

TOTAL MINIMUM PROFITS IN 1 LOTS PER CALL LEAVING OPTIONS = 94250


THOUGH FEW CALLS WERE GIVEN IN COMMODITY SEGMENT LAST WEEK BUT ALL HAVE BEEN ON DOT

GOLD ACHIEVES TARGETS OF 28300
SILVER ACHIEVES TARGETS OF 41800
NATURAL GAS ACHIEVES TARGETS OF 286


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Thursday, April 17, 2014

morning thoughts...

The markets have been jittery with selling pressure in past few days and nifty couldnot cross the resistance levels of 6850 and tested the crucial zones of 6725 levels.
On the lower side 6650 remains as important crucial zones whereas on the above side 6800 remains as resistance zones and the markets are likely to dwell between this range with volatile moves in stocks.
The markets will give opportunity to both long and short traders and a strict stoploss is a must.
Sun transit in aries is a major transit and will keep the markets volatile.
Coming to the commodity markets bullions , base metals and energy will stay volatile and the strategy remains to buy on dips and sell on rallies.
We all know of evolution as a gradual change that makes a process or system robust over a period of time. Often, it is marked by synergy between the different entities leading to higher efficiencies, sturdier systems and faster mutual growth. Global economy is no exception to this process of change. Over the years, individual economies have shifted from operating solo to having significant interactions. The only difference is that the process seems to have done more damage than good. More so for the emerging nations. If one takes a look at the last few years, the increased connection has made emerging economies more vulnerable than ever. 
Take for example the years post 2008 financial crisis. This was the time of ultra loose monetary policy and low interest rates in US. While multiple rounds of unabashed money printing hardly worked for the US economy, it caused unmatched damage to the prospects of emerging nations. The reckless policy by Fed led to flood of capital to emerging economies in search for better yields. And what followed was inflated asset prices and equity markets and pushed up currencies for emerging markets.
So no wonder when US talked about tapering, serious concerns arose in emerging markets. The shifting of foreign capital back to advance economies rocked the currencies and stock markets of emerging economies. India was one of the hardest hit victims of the same. While one can not deny the internal mess that led to the crisis like situation for India; the role of monetary policies of central banks of advance economies can not be ignored.
So one would really empathize with Mr. Rajan who recently criticized multilateral institutions like IMF for letting advance economies get away with policies that had adverse spillover impacts on emerging nations. Mr. Rajan called for analyzing comparative costs and benefits of such policies, including the impact on emerging nations.
One can argue that emerging nations should fend for themselves with enough forex reserves in the event of such shocks. However, there is no limit to piling on forex reserves. While this can make a country less vulnerable, it also leads to slowdown in the global aggregate demand. 



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Gold Mcx – booked profits at 28370 – short from 28650
Silver Mcx – booked profits at 43770 – short from 44820
Advance nifty – booked profits at 6720 – short from 6835
Hexaware 170 ca – buy at cmp 2.10 sl 1.50 targets 4 – holding
Hdil – buy at cmp 69 sl 68 targets 74 - holding


Tuesday, April 15, 2014





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The King of planetary kingdom, Sun will move in Aries on 14th April. Sun will be coming onRahu-Ketu axis and will be aspected by Saturn, his son and platonic enemy. It will be aspected by Mars also. So we can expect accidents, amputations to people, conspiracies against some big shots of the planet, fire incidents, gas leaks and defamation to some headline makers. Mercury is going debilitated in Pisces is another drawback of the current times. Political fever has gripped our country and some unhappy headline may come up in the time to come. Jupiter is not aspecting Mars or Sun or Ketu. 


SUN favoured stocks will zoom – some stocks like ub holdings , gruh finance , Gujarat gas will show immense strength

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