Tuesday, February 9, 2016

morning thoughts...

Mega profits made


Monday, February 8, 2016

morning thoughts...

Gann reversal day
Sell nifty and bank nifty in morning ( big fall seen )
Sell yes bank , icici bank, sun pharma
Buy nifty 7400 pe , tata motors 320 pa
Sell crude
Buy gold , silver , natural gas ( big move seen)

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Saturday, February 6, 2016

morning thoughts...

Mega profits made on friday


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Friday, February 5, 2016

morning thoughts...

Fridays wealth gains

Buy hexaware 240 ca , tata steel 220 pa
Sell maruti , tata steel 
Buy axis bank , yes bank , petronet lng
Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips and sell on rallies
Buy gold , crude , silver
Sell copper

Thursday, February 4, 2016

morning thoughts...

The markets showed good reversal in past few day and again saw some profit booking at higher levels after the monetary policy remained unchanged.
Technically the coming session can see some bounce back with loads of activities in stock specifics.
On the lower side 7450 remains as good supports for the markets whereas resistance will be witnessed at 7600 levels.
Bank nifty will attract some buying at 14800 levels and will see selling pressure around 15300-15500 levels.
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Coming to the commodity markets gold and crude looks positive with selling pressure in silver and base metals.

Yesterday's calls sent

Nifty - buy at cmp 7369 sl 7355 targets 7445 - btst
Bank nifty - buy bank nifty cmp 14790 sl 14735 targets 15200 - btst
Hexaware 240 ca - buy at cmp 2.25 sl 1.30 targets 10 - btst
Gold - buy at cmp 26810 sl 26755 targets 27100 - btst
Crude - buy at cmp 2157 sl 2145 targets 2215 - btst
Hexaware - buy at cmp 225.65 sl 223 targets 250 - btst

Thursday, January 28, 2016

morning thoughts...

The markets behaved in an exact pattern as illustrated , now we move to the f/o expiry day and the markets are expected to be highly volatile with sudden spurts and fall in some stocks.
One of the factors that gives an indication of the health of any global economy is the sale of automobiles. So in this regard, how have the countries fared in 2015? Take Europe for instance. The EU countries are battling high debt, prolonged recession and rising unemployment. And yet, growth in the car market was quite strong in countries such as Spain and Italy. China is another interesting point. Growth in the car market in the dragon nation has considerably slowed. It must be noted that China is largely a luxury car market as compared to India, which is more of a small car market. And the growth of luxury cars in China has particularly been hit hard on account of the turmoil in the Chinese economy and its stock markets. This was evident in the results of Tata Motors' Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) operations as well. Indeed, for JLR, China was a very important market and had witnessed robust growth in prior years. Thus, the contribution from China to JLR's revenues rose steadily over the years. This changed last year when the crisis in the country hit the volumes very hard, thereby impacting JLR's overall performance in the market. The Indian car market has also been slowly limping back to recovery although some segments of the industry remain weak. But volumes will likely jump up once the Indian economy starts growing at a faster pace. Last day we were bullish about commodities and the rally came , some more upside is likely in the coming sessions.
Yesterday' calls sent
Nifty- buy at  cmp 7421 sl 7409 targets 7465 - achieved targets
Bank nifty- buy at cmp 15455 sl 15400 targets 15590 - achieved targets
Gold - buy at cmp 26635 sl 26590 targets 26800 - holding
Silver - buy at cmp 34890 sl 34800 targets 35150 - achieved targets
Crude- buy at cmp 2085 sl 2062 targets 2200 - achieved targets
Copper - buy at cmp 303 sl 301.50 targets 310- achieved targets
Hexaware - buy at cmp 218 sl 216.50 targets 226 - holding
Hdil 70 ca - buy at cmp 1.95 sl 1.50 targets 3.75 - achieved targets
Axis bank - buy at cmp 417 sl 415 targets 425 - hit sl
Petronet lng - sell at cmp 252 sl 253.50 targets 245 - hit sl
Upl - buy at cmp 406 sl 404 targets 414 - achieved targets

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

morning thoughts...

The markets remained roller coaster week bygone and now we head in the f/o expiry week which is a truncated one , the markets looks volatile with a probable two side movements in the coming sessions. India's public debt to GDP ratio has never been a real worry. Compared to the 100% plus number for developed economies, India's number stood benign at 65% in FY14, the ratio moved up to 67% in FY15 and is currently higher than that of Russia, China and South Africa.Technically the markets looks in a range between 7300 - 7500 in the coming sessions.While so far there is nothing alarming, the chances of the ratio going up further and creating trouble in the event of major macro crisis is a worry. This risk is worth worrying about because macro shocks in the form of lower than expected growth, another bout of disinflation and higher interest rates can easily arise. So it is important for the government to realize that while public spending is necessary, some fiscal reforms are pertinent to finance that extra spending. Whether it may be via selling stakes in PSUs, fiscal reforms like rationalisation of subsidies or higher direct taxes, the government must look for options other than borrowing. Only then will it get onto the virtuous cycle of higher growth and macro stability.Coming to the commodity markets bullions and energy looks strong and the strategy remains to buy on dips whereas base metals looks weak and is a sell on rise.Astrologically trine inclination of mars and mercury occurs in uranus in next 10 hours which will have crucial effect on stock markets , commodity markets and individuals.
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Wednesday wealth gains
Buy upl 400 ca , tata steel 260 ca
Buy Gold , silver , crude ( good rally seen)
Buy nifty and bank on dips
Buy zee , sun pharma , sparc
Sell bob , titan

Monday, January 25, 2016

morning thoughts...

Another round of speedy 500 points move in nifty and 2000 points in bank nifty ahead...

Take advance positions

Monday wealth gains

Buy tata steel , hexaware , bhel
Buy nifty and bank nifty
Buy crude 
Sell gold , silver , copper
Buy tisco 250 ca , nifty 7500 ce , icici 240 ca

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

morning thoughts...

The advance nifty moves to 7200 and get ready for a perpetual 500 points move in nifty again up or down - only for subscribers.
Major global markets witnessed sharp selling activity for the second week in a row. Investors panicked as concerns regarding China's economic growth became widespread. Disappointing US data too added to the woes. All of this led to a sharp fall in indices during the last trading day of the week.Due to the huge correction in commodity prices, the currencies of commodity exporting nations have also come under severe pressure. Oil prices tumbled to 12-year lows, falling below US$ 30 per barrel.The China stock markets witnessed maximum selling pressure and lost another 9% in a week's time. On the other hand, UK stock markets tumbled to 3-year lows, sending FTSE 100 to its lowest levels since November 2012.While, the Indian markets were not spared either, they still held up reasonably well this week, as compared to global peers. Barring stock markets from the Information Technology sector, most sectoral indices closed on a weak note. Stocks from the Realty and Capital Goods sectors were the worst performers. The Smallcap and Midcap stocks were also battered in the week gone by.
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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

morning thoughts...

The markets recovered from lower levels as said and expected , the coming session is likely to be volatile with two side movements.

A big move of 400 points in nifty is coming soon - 7200 or 8000 ..?

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Monday, January 11, 2016

morning thoughts...

The indian markets can feel the pressure initially with the markets globally but can see recovery from lower levels and an oppurtunity to buy good stocks.

Monday wealth gains

Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips
Buy axis bank 410 ca , hdil 80 ca
Buy lic , tata steel , maruti
Sell bob , pfc 
Buy gold , silver , natural gas

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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

morning thoughts...

Buy petronet 260 ca
Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips
Buy balrampur chini , pfc
Buy gold , silver
Sell crude , copper

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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

morning thoughts...

As said the crack came in equity markets and rise in commodities , hope all gained tremendously..

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Monday, January 4, 2016

morning thoughts...

High alert - major astrological change

Equity markets to see crack today and commodities will rise

Sell nifty and bank nifty at opening
Sell dlf , icici bank
Buy hdil 80 pa , sbi 220 pa
Buy gold , silver 
Sell copper , crude

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Friday, January 1, 2016

morning thoughts...

WE WISH YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR 2016

The markets remained subdued and ended higher on expiry day and now we commence a new expiry and a new year which tends to be volatile and can see two side moves in coming sessions.
The year gone by has been quite flat for Indian equity markets. While the Sensex is down by 5.7% in the year till date, the BSE 500 index fell by 2% in this period. Considering that the expectations built in were quite strong as the markets were hit by positive sentiments towards the end of 2014, the fact of the matter is that the reality disappointed the market participants. The 'overweight' consensus that the Indian markets enjoyed at the start of 2015 took a toll as the year progressed. Not to mention that the earnings have not yet revved up as expected.
Having said that, the expectations are still high - as gauged by valuations. In both absolute and relative terms. The price to earnings ratio of frontline stocks continues to remains above the long term average. As per business daily Mint, when compared to the MSCI index (ex-Japan), the Sensex commands a premium of about 5 in P/E terms. This stood at about 4.6 in April and about 4 in May this year. It went to as much as 6.8 in August before narrowing to current levels.Given that the financial performance of India Inc is at its worst in many years, the expectations of a quick revival is what is keeping the markets afloat. Return on capital employed and asset turnovers are at their worst in many years. As and when the economy revives, these parameters will definitely improve. But the key question as we go into 2016 is how long investors will remain patient.Coming to the commodity markets some buying is likely in bullions and base metals , whereas energy looks weak.
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Friday wealth gains
Buy gold , silver , natural gas
Sell crude
Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips
Buy reliance infra 560 ca , dlf 120 ca
Buy hdil , tata motors , balrampur chini

Thursday, December 31, 2015

morning thoughts...

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Friday, December 25, 2015

morning thoughts...

All our last day calls blasted like a rocket
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Thursday, December 24, 2015

morning thoughts...

Markets remained subdued with buying at lower levels and the same trend is likely to continue in the coming session with a buy on dip strategy as the astro configuration indicates a breakout above sustained trading above 7875 levels which can take the nifty to 8150 levels in next few sessions.
Technically the markets are strong on lower side and stock specific activities are likely to continue Coming to the commodity markets some buying is likely to be seen in bullions and energy whereas base metals will trade mixed

Thursday wealth gains

Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips
Jackpot Buy Pipavav defence
Double bumper buy Reliance infra 500 call option
Buy sun tv , biocon , trf
Buy gold , silver , crude
Sell copper , nickel

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

morning thoughts...

Markets likely to open up with a buy on all dips

Wednesday wealth gains

Jackpot buy Kothari products , alkem labs , dr lal pathlabs
Buy tata steel 260 ca , pfc 200 pa
Buy nifty , bank nifty
Buy windmachin , sun pharma
Buy gold , silver , crude , copper
Sell pfc , titan

Monday, December 21, 2015

morning thoughts...

The markets remained subdued and found buying at lower levels , the same trend is likely to continue in the coming sessions with a buy on dips.
Technically the markets are likely to trade between 7700 - 7900 levels on the nifty front with strong supports at 7700 levels , whereas bank nifty is likely to touch 17000 levels with supports around 16500 levels.
In its mid-year review of the Indian economy yesterday, the finance ministry has lowered its projection of the country's growth in the current fiscal year by an entire percentage point. It is now expected that the economy will grow by 7% to 7.5% from the 8.1% to 8.5% expected earlier.And with that, the realisation that the economy is not going to recover as soon as everyone was expecting is slowly but surely permeating within the system.  According to managements of numerous companies, one central theme that seems to be becoming clear is that low capacity utilisation across industry and the resultant lack of private sector investment is one big sore point pulling the economy down. Rapidly slowing exports are emerging as another pain point.Nevertheless, as today's chart of the day makes amply clear, for all the challenges we face as an economy, India is still a bright spot of growth in the globe. Even amongst emerging economies like the BRICS nations, India comes out on top as far as our pace of growth is concerned.Coming back to revised projections of India's GDP growth, the government also feels that it may not be able to meet the fiscal deficit target of 3.5% in FY17 given the growing pressure on its finances. As per the government, higher outflows due to the implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission, and higher public spending to boost growth are likely to stretch its finances particularly as the subsidy gains from low crude prices are likely to diminish in the future. Even the declining Global markets witnessed considerable volatility in the week gone by. 
Coming to the commodity markets bullions , energy and base metals are expected to see a sell on every rise as the trend continues to be weak.

Monday wealth gains

Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips
Buy tata steel , sbi , icici bank
Sell sparc , titan
Buy icici 250 ca , sun pharma 700 pa
Sell gold , silver , crude , copper

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

morning thoughts...

Wednesday wealth gains

Double bumper buy dlf 120 ca
Buy nifty and bank nifty
Buy reliance infra , kothari products , hdil
Buy icici bank , sell titan inds
Buy gold , sell silver , crude , natural gas

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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

morning thoughts...

The markets continued its consolidation mode with nifty hovering between 7600 - 7700 levels.
The coming session is likely to see buying at lower levels with stock specific actions.
As the global economy reels under slowdown, commodity prices have been on a downtrend. Apart from crude, price of gold, metal, iron ore, and coal has declined since 2014. Even agri-commodities such as rice wheat, cotton and sugar have weakened in the past two years. However, lower commodity prices have been a blessing in disguise for India. India being a net importer of commodities, has managed to clock robust growth without stretching itself. Strong growth in gross domestic product (GDP) and comfortable deficit numbers bear testimony to its present economic resilience.However other developing countries, that are huge commodity exporters, have been adversely impacted by the meltdown. Firstly, their growth has come under pressure due to falling realizations. Countries such as Brazil and Russia have been witnessing falling growth in the past one year. As a result, their current account deficit (CAD) as a % of GDP has risen sharply. In case of Brazil, the fiscal deficit has shot up to 9.3% of its GDP at the end of September 2015 quarter.But as India reaps the windfall gain from low commodity prices, it needs to expedite revival of the investment climate in the country to ensure sustainable economic growth in future. Therefore the government needs to focus on higher public spending and bringing the stalled economic reforms process back on track.Coming to the commodity markets bullions , base metals and energy looks weak and is a sell on rallies
Tuesday wealth gains
Buy coal india 320 ca
Buy nifty and bank nifty
Buy pfc , zee tv
Sell icici bank , sbi , yes bank
Sell gold , silver , crude

Monday, December 14, 2015

morning thoughts...

Gann reversal date - 

Monday wealth gains

Buy nifty and bank nifty in panic or any fall
Buy tata motors 380 pa , bob 160 ca
Buy tech mahindra , pfc , tata steel
Sell gold , silver , crude

Friday, December 11, 2015

morning thoughts...

The markets remained in a range and will continue to do so in the coming session.
As developed countries across the world are moving towards a strict regulatory stance against smoking, developing economies like India are also facing the heat. Measures such as ban on smoking in public places and pictorial graphic warnings on cigarette packs have already been implemented in India. Apart from that, the government has been raising excise duty on cigarettes. While cigarette companies had been passing on the incremental duties by raising prices, successive hikes in the past four years is adversely impacting their sales.Cigarette companies are of the opinion that punitive taxation does little to curb tobacco consumption that find its way through counterfeit cigarettes or other forms such as bidis and smokeless tobacco. However, relief for domestic cigarette companies is not likely. As per a report by World Health Organization (WHO), the tax incidence as a proportion of retail price of cigarettes in India is still lower than countries such as Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Therefore, it is no surprise that the government committee has recommended a higher GST rate of 40% on tobacco and related products. The standard GST rate is in the range of 17-18%.Implementation of GST will remove multiple taxes at state and centre levels and usher in a uniform tax rate. This will benefit cigarette companies that have been subject to a plethora of tax rates. Presently, cigarette companies pay excise duties in the range of 30%-52%. It is to be noted that ITC has a lower excise incidence due to presence in consumer goods and paper that are not so heavily taxed. But with no clarity on the quantum of benefits to accrue from GST implementation, the likely impact of a higher GST rate for cigarette companies continues to remain in the realm of conjecture.
Friday wealth gains
Sell gold , silver , copper
Buy tata steel 240 ca , pfc 200 ca
Buy jindal steel , trf , titan
Sell axis bank , yes bank
Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips and sell on rise

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

morning thoughts...

Wednesday wealth gains

Sell nifty and bank nifty
Buy pfc , bhel
Sell Cesc , idfc , jindal steel
Buy lupin 1800 pa , hexaware 240 pa
Buy gold , silver , copper , crude

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

morning thoughts...

The markets remained jittery and the same pattern is likely to continue in coming sessions.
The RBI recently held all key interest rates constant. This was largely on expected lines. However, there are many challenges ahead. Inflation could trend up higher than expected. The US Fed's rate hike on 16 December now looks inevitable. The rupee has looked vulnerable recently. 
Monetary policy cannot address all of the country's economic concerns. That said the RBI has quite a lot on its plate we believe. It needs to maintain its accommodative stance and yet keep inflation expectations in check. This is no easy task.Other concerns have crept up recently. In two consecutive government bond auctions last month, the RBI had to accept bids at below its pre-determined cut-off price due to low demand. Clearly, foreigners who have been big investors in the Indian bond markets are getting nervous. The lack of economic reforms has made matters worse.If there's an adverse reaction to a rate hike by the US Fed, India could witness capital outflows. This would take a toll on the currency. The last time this happened, the Rupee fell to a record low of around 69 to the US$. A repeat of the same would make imports, including crude, more expensive, thus driving up inflation. India's exports have been on a major slide. The reasons are varied. Demand slowdown in the developed world and China, lack of competitiveness, increasing competition from other developing countries, an over-valued currency, lack of domestic reforms are all to blame. While there is no magic solution, a good place to start would be to get a holistic picture of the slowdown.While fall in US exports was just 5% YoY, exports to Asia was down 18.6% YoY in 1HFY16. This clearly highlights the magnitude of the problem. Depending on a broad based economic recovery in the developed world would be futile in our opinion. India has long and difficult path ahead in the quest to become an export powerhouse.
Tuesday wealth gains
Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips
Jackpot Buy edl
Buy zee , dlf , bharti
Buy idea 140 ca, sbi 240 ca
Sell gold , silver , crude

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

morning thoughts...

The markets remained positively volatile after rbi policy and the coming session is likely to be in a range.
Technically the markets are in a consolidation and stock specific activity is likely to continue.
Coming to the commodity markets a pull back is likely in bullions and energy , base metals looks weak.

Wednesday wealth gains

Double bumper buy Hexaware 260 ca
Buy tata steel 240 ca , bank of baroda 170 pa
Buy cesc , lupin , sail
Sell sbi , icici bank
Buy nifty , bank nifty on dips and sell on rise
Buy gold , silver , crude

Monday, November 30, 2015

morning thoughts...

The markets saw a good run after expiry and the coming session is likely to be volatile with nifty attempting a try at 8000 levels and bank nifty at 17500 levels.
Technically stock specific activities is likely to continue and one must concentrate on those for maxim gains.
Astrologically venus changes house and its effect is likely on equity and commodity markets.
Coming to the commodity markets pressure is likely on bullions , base metals and energy

Monday wealth gains

Buy upl 400 pa , bajaj auto 2500 ca
Buy hexaware , maruti, icici bank
Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips
Sell gold , silver , copper , crude , aluminium

Thursday, November 26, 2015

morning thoughts...

We now conclude the november expiry which is likely to be positively volatile with stock specific movements in the day.
Technically good supports exists around 7805 on nifty levels and 16850 on bank nifty whereas resistance will be witnessed at 7950 and 17200 levels.
Astrologically venus and mars turns trine motion bringing a tricky move in coming few sessions.
Coming to the commodity front bullions , base metals looks weak and is a sell on rallies whereas some buying is likely at lower levels in energy.

Thursday wealth gains

Double bumper buy Dlf 110 ca
Buy idea 140 ca , sun pharma 700 ca
Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips
Buy videocon inds , titan , bajaj auto
Sell gold , silver , copper

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

morning thoughts...

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Monday, November 23, 2015

morning thoughts...

The markets remained highly volatile and the coming session is likely to see some upsides after volatility.
Technically the index is stuck in a range and stock specific activity is likely to continue in the markets.
On the lower side 7800 will act as good support on nifty front and 16800 on bank nifty.
Commodities are likely to witness pressure with sell in bullions and base metals.

Monday wealth gains

Double bumper buy petronet 230 ca
Buy zee 400 ca , tata steel 230 pa
Buy yes bank , sell upl
Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips
Sell gold , silver , copper

Thursday, November 19, 2015

morning thoughts...

The markets remained extremely jittery and volatile throughtout the day and saw a sell at higher levels.
Technically the markets can see a bounce back in coming sessions and will remain volatile.
The Indian stock markets have been slipping lower in recent weeks. A mix of domestic and global factors is responsible for this. BJP's debacle in the Bihar elections was seen as a dampener to market sentiment. On the global front, the likely hike in interest rates by the US Fed next month is another concern that is forcing investors to take a cautious approach. But another key factor that is indeed at the heart of the recent underperformance of stocks is the poor show in the July-September 2015 quarter results. A sample of 1,822 listed companies witnessed a meagre 1.5% YoY aggregate growth in revenue during the quarter ended September 2015 (the sample excluded banks and oil firms).Now, you may say that such a large sample may not be an appropriate representative of the fundamentally sound companies that may be of interest to investors. Here is another set of data that we came across in Business Standard. Chart shows the sector-wise revenue performance during the quarter ended September 2015. But the sample taken is slightly different. Performance of the top 25 performers from some major sectors has been taken into account, excluding banking and finance.So, how has the performance been? Realty, power and IT sectors reported the highest topline growth at about 14% YoY. The steel sector has been the worst hit. Capital goods have also fared poorly. The FMCG sector, a good indicator of consumer demand, has slowed down to 2.2% YoY growth. It is clear that the Indian economy is not out of the woods yet. The macroeconomy is in a much better state than it was two years ago. But the economic revival still remains elusive.
Thursday wealth gains
Buy nifty , bank nifty
Sell dlf , idea
Buy bajaj auto 2400 ca , hexaware 250 ca
Buy gold , silver , crude
Sell copper

Monday, November 16, 2015

morning thoughts...

The markets remained subdued last week and is expected to remain volatile in the coming session on back of bad global cues and mishap in europe.
Technically the nifty is likely to trade between 7700 - 7900 with bank nifty showing more strength and is viable for a buy on dips for 17200 levels.
India today imports around 70% of the oil that it consumes. Thus, it goes without saying that in the longer term, India needs to focus on becoming self reliant as far as its energy needs are concerned. But is the country anywhere close to this goal
India will topple China to see the fastest growth in energy demand during this period. The International Energy Agency (IEA) expects India's oil demand to rise by 6 million barrels per day to 9.8 million barrels per day in 2040. Further, it opines that oil production will fall behind demand. Thus, oil import dependence will rise above 90% by 2040. Coal will continue to account for a larger chunk of India's energy mix. Increasing import dependence does not bode well for India in the longer term as there could be constant pressure on the Indian rupee and could have major implications in terms of managing trade balances. It will be interesting to see how the government tackles this particular issue in the coming years. 
The strategy remains to buy on dips with more focus on banking stocks and index.
Coming to the commodities markets - bullions , base metals and energy looks ripe for a bounce back in coming session.

Monday wealth gains

Buy nifty - bank nifty
Buy gold , silver , crude , copper , natural gas
Buy icici bank , mphasis bfl , yes bank
Sell cesc , tech mahindra , hexaware
Double bumper buy sbi 250 ca
Buy icici 270 ca , tata motors 400 pa

Friday, November 13, 2015

morning thoughts...

Last day of trading week , selling at higher levels , buying at lower levels seen...

Friday wealth gains

Jackpot buy Jindal steel
Double bumper buy axis bank 500 ca
Buy Yes bank , bob
Sell upl , hcl tech
Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips
Sell copper , silver , gold

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

morning thoughts...

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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

morning thoughts...

Markets to remain volatile with pressure at higher levels , buy on dips looks viable

Tuesday wealth gains

Double bumper buy Pfc 240 ca
Buy coal 340 ca , tata motors 400 ca , icici 270 ca
Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips
Sell cairn india , bhel
Buy icici , sbi
Sell copper , gold , silver

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Monday, November 9, 2015

morning thoughts...

We wish you all a very happy dhanteras.

Election results are out and markets can see an immediate reaction on nifty and bank nifty but can be a good entry point as a state election cannot change market directions.
Furthermore we are of the view that if Nda was a win then markets were more poised for a sharper cut , with the next party winning the centre led govt will be now more foccused on work and policies .
So buy good quality stocks.

Monday wealth gains

Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips and panic
Buy tata motors 400 ca , maruti 4600 ca
Buy petronet lng , sbi , hexaware
Buy gold , silver , natural gas
Buy aluminium and copper

Friday, November 6, 2015

morning thoughts...

The last day of the trading week is likely to be volatile with stock specific movements as markets await an election result in 2 days.
Next week is the festive week and some money making tools today to enlighten the week

Friday wealth gains

Double bumper buy Dr reddy 4000 pa
Buy hexaware , sbi
Sell cesc , tata steel
Buy nifty , bank nifty on dips and sell on rise
Buy crude , natural gas , gold

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Thursday, November 5, 2015

morning thoughts...

The markets saw selling pressure at higher levels and the coming session is likely to be volatile with same pattern.
Technically the markets remain jittery and nifty is likely to remain in a range of 7970 - 8070 with bank nifty facing resistance at 17500 and support at 17050 levels.
Negative headlines around the Chinese economy are dime a dozen these days. Experts are wondering whether the dragon nation's march towards prosperity has slowed down for good. The country's recent decision to scrap its one child policy is widely seen as an acknowledgement of this fact even by the country's policymakers. However,  all of these factors have not deterred the country's stock market from emerging as the best performing amongst the BRICS pack over the last three years. 
With a CAGR (compounded annual growth rate) of 18%, the Chinese benchmark index has done much better than the other major emerging markets over a three year period. Of course, it is a different story altogether that the genuineness of this stock market rally, especially over the last one year or so, is itself under question. 
With gains of 14% per year, the Indian stock market index isn't far behind its Chinese counterpart. And unlike China, there isn't any big question mark over how genuine it is. However, a big chunk of these gains have in expectations of big bang reforms from the current Government at the centre. The pace of the same however has remained painfully slow this year. Should the situation not reverse itself in the coming few months, investors would certainly start getting more and more jittery. 

Coming to the commodity markets bullions can see some reversal from downsides , basemetals are a sell on rallies.

Thursday wealth gains

Buy gold , silver , aluminium
Sell bata , axis bank
Buy hero moto , tata motors
Double bumper buy Coal india 340 ca
Buy maruti 4500 ca , tata steel 230 pa

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

morning thoughts...

Wednesday wealth gains

Double bumper buy Tata motors 400 ca
Buy nifty , bank nifty
Buy hexaware , hpcl 
Buy petronet 200 ca , bajaj auto 2500 ca
Buy crude , gold 
Sell silver

Monday, November 2, 2015

morning thoughts...

The markets are expected to remain volatile in the week with result season.
During the economic boom of the 1990s and 2000s, it became fashionable to talk of India's forthcoming "demographic dividend". This was quite a turnaround from the worries of bulging population in select Indian states. The experiences of East Asia and the demographic dividend it benefited from became a reason to be positive about India's future. 
Working-age population in India rose at the same time as the ratio of dependents to workers fell. An associated rise in the rate of saving allowed scope for more investment. It was hoped that these savings will pay for the growth in manufacturing which would employ millions and lift people out of poverty. The timing of India demographic divide, as acknowledged in the BRIC report, was particularly encouraging. India's labour force was due to soar as China's began to decline. 
Entrepreneurship and startups have been gaining much interest in India. In a very brief period, many people in the country have moved from being job seekers to job creators. Factors such as availability of workforce, encouragement to entrepreneurship, urbanization and availability of seed capital is fuelling boom of the start-ups. These start-ups generally prioritize scale, top line growth, huge market share, over fundamentals like sustainability, profitability, and margins. 
The number of startups present in India now over 4,000. As these companies attempt to grow their businesses, they need more funds. These entities are believed to be important contributors to India's growth going forward. Hence, considering the capital requirements, SEBI had relaxed some norms to make it easier for startups to raise money from the home markets around four months back. 

The US economy may have gone nowhere since the financial crisis in 2008. But prior to that, there was a reason why it became a force to reckon with in the first place. And that was because of its focus on innovation. So a country's ability to innovate is what will take its growth to the next level. Does India score well on this factor? Sadly, no. India's rank on the Global Innovation Index slipped from 23 in 2007 to 81 in 2015. One of the measures to gauge the level of focus on innovation is R&D expenditure
There has been a continuous decline in R&D spend of India Inc. since 2010. These companies spent Rs 10,000 in R&D for every Rs 1 crore of sales 10 years ago. It is down to Rs 5,000 now. The 2008 financial crisis has been one of the big culprits. But the slowdown in the Indian economy has also contributed to this. In an attempt to cut costs and spruce up the balance sheet and overall financials, the spending on R&D has also been curtailed. Certain sectors typically spend more on R&D than the others. Pharmaceuticals, automobiles, electrical firms are some obvious examples. But even in the case of these the R&D spend as a percentage of sales has come down. Lack of skilled manpower has also hampered the focus on innovation. For Indian companies, overcoming these challenges will not be an easy task. But it is necessary if these companies harbour ambitions of becoming an economic force to reckon with on the global map going forward. 
However, even the relaxed norms have failed to entice this group of entrepreneurs. According to an article in Mint, in the last four months, not a single entity from these startups have approached the regulator for raising funds from the domestic markets. In fact these startups prefer to access funds from western counterparts which could offer premium valuations for their business. Further they have quite relaxed norms as compared to India. On other hand these firms have been also lobbying to obtain further relaxation in the norms in India based on future growth potential. 
No doubt some of these would be promising start-ups and thus they should not struggle for want of capital. However SEBI has drawn a well-defined line to balance the needs of startups and also protect investors' interest. Though these norms may not go well for the startups, we believe it is a necessary check to protect the interest of retail investors to some extent. 


Monday wealth gains

Buy mphasis bfl , yes bank
Buy bajaj auto 2500 pa , titan 360 ca
Sell nifty , bank nifty on rise and buy on dips

Thursday, October 29, 2015

morning thoughts...

The markets remained under pressure ahead of f/o expiry and coming session is likely to be volatile with stock specific movements and good movements in IT stocks.
State Electricity Boards (SEBs) are in a dismal financial health with huge losses accumulated over the years. In FY14, the state electricity utilities had a negative networth of Rs 1.06 trillion (Source Power Finance Corporation Report). And the major reason for the colossal loss is that the SEBs sell power at a price much lower than their actual cost. In FY14 this deficit differential stood as high as Rs 1.15 per unit. 
Power theft and technical losses in distribution due to poor infrastructure have led to lower recovery by SEBs. The distorted tariff structure across consumer categories has further compounded their problem of poor realizations. The agricultural consumers paid only Rs 1.83 per unit of electricity as compared to actual cost of Rs 5.15 per unit in FY14. This is on account of huge subsidies being offered by state governments to build their vote banks. 
On the other hand, large industrial and commercial users in many states such as Haryana, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra end up paying much higher tariff as compared to agricultural consumers. This is driving away the largest and strong customers of SEBs who are setting up their own captive generation plants. As a result, the cash flows of the indebted SEBs are getting constrained further thereby curtailing their ability to upgrade infrastructure. 
Thus SEBs are caught in a vicious cycle. They have piled on large amounts of bank borrowings that they are unable to service on account of continued losses. As a result the financial soundness of banks particularly state-owned has come under strain. In a bid to resolve the logjam, the government is contemplating to restructure the debt of the SEBs by allowing them to be taken over by the respective State Governments. The State Government would in turn be issuing bonds that would be subscribed by banks and financial institutions.

However, we believe that instead of such short term solutions, the government should focus on rectifying the anomaly in the tariff structure to ensure long term viability and profitability of SEBs. 
Emerging economies, that had been resilient since the global financial crisis in 2008, are now beginning to buckle under the stress of the commodity meltdown and fall in global trade. The corporate earnings in emerging countries such as India, Brazil, South Africa, Indonesia, Malaysia and China have slid in the past one year. Amongst them, China and India are still better off with the fall in year-on-year earnings limited to less than 15%. 
In contrast the corporate earnings of developed economies of Europe, US, Japan and Korea have registered double-digit growth in the last one year. But a comforting factor for emerging countries is that the strong corporate performance in developed markets is still not reflected in their economic growth that continues to remain anemic. On the other hand, developing countries like India are still posting robust economic growth and continue to attract foreign investorsBut if emerging economies take a longer time to revamp their corporate performance in the changed economic climate, they face the risk of losing the favoured investment destination status. Not to mention, the rate hike by the US Fed will further skew the risk-to-reward ratio towards developed economies. 


Thursday wealth gains

Jackpot buy Mphasis bfl , sparc
Sell gold , silver , crude
Buy bank nifty november for targets 17500-17600
Buy nov bank nifty targets 8230-8260
Buy tata steel 250 ca , yes bank 740 ca

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

morning thoughts...

Buy nifty and bank nifty on dips
Sell icici bank , cairn
Buy hcl tech , lic
Buy axis 500 pa , tata steel 250 ca , sbi 250 pa
Buy gold , silver , crude , cooper , nickel, natural gas