Friday, August 22, 2014

morning thoughts...

ALL OUR OPENLY GIVEN DOUBLE BUMPER OPTIONS HAVE MORE THAN TRIPLED IN LAST 5 DAYS

RANBAXY 600 CA
DRL 2800 CA
SUN PHARMA 800 CA
TATA MOTORS 500 CA
MARUTI 2600 CA
BHEL 220 CA
VOLTAS 240 CA
ICICI 1500 CA
YES BANK 550 CA
HPCL 400 CA

NET WEALTH CREATED ABOVE 3 LACS IN JUST 10 CALLS IN 127 HOURS


OUR WEEKLY FII & JACKPOT CALLS , NIFTY, BANK NIFTY AND COMMODITY CALLS

TIMKEN INDIA- ROSE 159 RS IN 2 DAYS
GDL- GAVE 27 RS IN 2 DAYS
WHIRLPOOL INDIA - ROSE 55 RS IN 1 DAY
INDOCO REMEDIES - ROSE 47 RS IN 2 DAYS
CESC - ROSE 80 RS IN 3 DAYS
LUPIN - ROSE 89 RS IN 3 DAYS

OPENLY GIVEN BUY ADVANCE NIFTY @7510 GIVES MORE THAN 400 POINTS IN 5 DAYS
BANK NIFTY GIVES 800 POINTS IN 5 DAYS


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Thursday, August 21, 2014

morning thoughts...

Jupiter is out of combust mode which calls for volatility and consolidation in the coming sessions.
Technically the markets are ought to follow a range with 7790 as strong support zones and 7900 as stiff supply zones.
However we are of the view that certain side line counters and technology stocks will continue outperformance.
The Indian equity markets have witnessed fresh highs this year. However, the turnaround in the market sentiments has not been in line with economic fundamentals that are yet to witness a clear recovery. Much of this gain has been driven by expectations and liquidity due to foreign money pouring in. 
Indian markets are the second highest gainer this year, next only to Cyprus. In the year till date, India's market capitalization has gone up by 34%, thus surpassing most of the other emerging markets by a decent margin. The Indian markets are now trading at a premium of 40% to MSCI Emerging markets. 
So far so good. But what would be the driving factor for markets from here on? As one can make out, the recovery aspect already seems to be priced in to a good extent. Infact, some of the well known emerging market investors are already finding Indian equity markets quite expensive. While sentiments seem to be improving, delivery is yet to happen and is likely to take some time. Meanwhile, the Indian stock markets remain highly vulnerable to high FII exposure. Hence, investors should be cautious while placing their bets in Indian stock markets. Instead of buying the reform story, we believe they should focus on finding good businesses with enough margin of safety in valuations. 


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Yesterday's wealth creators

Sell gold and silver gave 245 and 567 respectively
Buy copper gave 3 rs , crude gave 67 rs
Fii and jackpot - ktil rose 27 rs , bpcl rose 35 rs
Indoco remedies rose 26 rs , indswift labs rose 19%
Drl 2800 ca doubled , Icici bank 1500 ca tripled

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

morning thoughts...

The markets continued its journey upwards and achieved our logical and advanced targets of 7900 on nifty front.
Technically 7950 is a resistance and tiring zone for the markets and mild reaction and profit booking can be expected.
On the lower side good supports and cushion exists around 7800 levels.
Astrologically jupiter is out of combust mode which will support pharma and steel stocks and most of the pharma stocks are likely to outperform the markets and rise against the trend.
However,apart from the fact that most investors today were not even aware of an asset class called 'stocks', way back in 1991, the Indian equity market itself was nascent. By the end of 1991 the BSE Sensex was near 2,000. Since then it has multiplied 13 times or 1300%. Over this period, India's nominal GDP has grown about 5.4 times or 540%. 
Hence for investors today the idea of riding such a huge rally in stocks seems surreal. Most believe that since the markets itself were nascent in 1991, any and every stock was bound to grow multiple times and become a multibagger. That the economy or the fundamentals of the stocks then had anything to do with the mind boggling returns is completely discounted. 
Now over this time, companies like L&TNestleVoltas and ACC that were part of the Sensex way back in 1991 went on to create unimaginable wealth. The stocks of L&T and Nestle, for instance, gained 65 times and 47 times respectively since 1991. Now, as we know, it is not as if the Indian stock markets were on a secular uptrend during the past two decades. In fact thanks to several domestic and external factors, stocks markets have seen several bull as well as bear phases during this period.
However, the fact that helped each of these stocks come out unscathed from each market cycle, was that they were the key beneficiaries of what we call 'Mega trends'. 
The Mega Trends have diverse meanings and impact for different industries and companies. As the economic dynamics globally are changing rapidly, new competencies are coming into play at half the lifecycle speed of the past decade. The Mega Trends are therefore a vital cog in a company's future strategy, development and innovation process. Especially since it influences product and technology planning. Mega Trends can be used as a base for strategic decision-making in organizational functions such as marketing, R&D budget spending, product planning and development, human resource management, technology planning and innovation scouting. 
According to us, several such Mega Trends are set to play out over the next decade or so. Ones that could create so much wealth that by 2025, investors will find the stock prices of today as puny as we find the ones in 1991. 
Those who believe that investing based on such Mega Trends can hardly yield results should not forget that India's outsourcing opportunity was nothing but a Mega Trend way back in 1991. One that led to the creation of IT behemoths like Infosys,Wipro and TCS, as we know them today. 
So the key is to accurately identify such Mega Trends that could play out over the next decade, irrespective of geo-political, economic and social headwinds. Having done that, one needs to zero in on companies that have rock solid managements and balance sheets to capitalize on the trend, come what may. 
And for investors who never had the chance to invest in stocks in 1991, this could be a once-in a lifetime opportunity to revisit 1991. A chance to witness what it is like to invest in companies that will be the biggest game changers over the next decade and more. 

Coming to the commodity markets bullions will show mixed trend with a negative bias.
Base metals and energy are likely to trade positive in the coming session.

Wednesday wealth creators

Buy zinc , copper , crude
Sell gold , silver , natural gas
Fii and jackpot - buy ktil , bpcl

With jupiter out of combust mode pharma stocks will outperform
Indoco remedies , shasun chemicals , drl , sun pharma , ranbaxy , ind swift labs looks the strongest buy candidates

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

morning thoughts...

The markets continued its journey upwards and is likely to follow the same pattern in the coming sessions.
Technically the markets are still up and must test 7925 in coming sessions.
Let us take a view on inflation and review the coming months ,agri products are different from other commodities, like metals, in two important ways. 
Firstly, they are consumed quickly and cannot be stored for long periods. Secondly, demand keeps growing at a steady pace with the growth in population. Thus, food prices are vulnerable to spikes whenever there is a disruption in supply. This is why the monsoons and hoarding are always blamed whenever there is a sharp rise in food prices. But this is not the entire story. Hoarders can have a limited impact on prices, for a few months at most and their influence varies across regions and different types of agri commodities. The monsoons will cause a rise in prices only when it is deficient in any particular year. So what explains the continuous rise in prices year after year? 
Many people have blamed NREGA. The employment guarantee scheme has been much criticised for driving up rural wages and thereby causing food inflation.

However, the RBI governor, Raghuram Rajan, may have hinted at the real cause of food inflation. Rajan recently defended NREGA. He stated that honest studies have shown its effect on rural wages was just about 10%. The remaining 90% can be attributed to factors like higher Minimum Support Prices (MSP), the shift of labor to the construction sector and the gradual withdrawal of women from agricultural labour. We believe that the RBI governor has hit the nail on the head. After all, rural folk would not have spent the higher income they received from NREGA entirely on food. 
Thus the real cause of food inflation in India must be due to factors like MSPs for various crops. The government sets minimum support price (MSP) for various products every season. State agri agencies or the Food Corporation of India (FCI) then purchases the agri produce from farmers at this price. The idea behind the MSP is to give the farmer an idea of how much he should expect to earn when he sells his produce. In reality, this is not an economic issue. MSPs have been misused by politicians for decades. MSPs have been increased for political reasons without any consideration about the consequences. This has led to the present situation where no party will dare reduce MSPs for fear of a backlash from rural voters. Does this mean that high food prices are here to stay? If so, then the RBI may not reduce interest rates anytime soon. This could have serious implications for the markets. 
We will not like to be so pessimistic. Food inflation can be tackled by prudent policies. The government will have to allow farmers to sell their produce directly to retailers by cutting out the middlemen. In this regard, the APMC Act will need further amendments. A nation-wide cold storage chain will help to transport produce across the country with minimum losses. Also, bringing the entire arable land in the country under irrigation will rid the agricultural sector's dependence on the monsoons. If these steps are taken, they will go a long way to make the whole idea of MSPs redundant. In such a situation, food prices will be driven by real demand and supply factors. It would result in fall in food inflation. This will give enough room to the RBI to reduce interest rates, thereby giving a boost to the economy. 

Coming to the commodity markets bullions are likely to trade volatile with a small bounce from lower levels , whereas energy and base metals looks positive

Tuesdays wealth creators

Buy Double bumper Hpcl 460 ca , Bpcl 660 ca
Buy Nifty , bank nifty
Buy bhel , welspun corp
Buy Gold , silver , crude , copper

Yesterday's wealth creators

WHIRLPOOL INDIA HIT UC - ROSE 55 RS
BIOCON ROSE 15 RS , VOLTAS ROSE 6%
HPCL 400 CA TRIPLED , RANBAXY 600 CA ROSE 5 RS, ICICI 1500 CA ROSE 10 RS

Double bumper jackpot maruti 2600 ca and tata motors 440 ca triples


Monday, August 18, 2014

morning thoughts...

Monday wealth creators


Buy gold , silver , copper , crude , natural gas

Buy Double bumper Hpcl 400 ca , pfc 260 ca, voltas 240 ca
Buy Cesc , Voltas , Nifty , Bank nifty
Jackpot and fii - buy whirlpool india , bajaj corp

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