Friday, December 19, 2014

morning thoughts...

YESTERDAY'S CALLS SENT


JACKPOT MARUTI 3400 CA AT 3.50 - BOOKED AT 37
CONVERT 10K INTO 35K PFC 280 CA - TRIPLES
ADVANCE NIFTY ACHIEVES TARGETS 8225 - GAIN OF 256 RS IN 2 DAYS
BANK NIFTY ACHIEVES TARGETS 18500- GAIN OF 700 POINTS IN 2 DAYS
DOUBLE BUMPER REC 300 CA - TRIPLES
DOUBLE BUMPER ARVIND 260 CA - TRIPLES
CONVERT 10K INTO 20K TITAN 340 CA - DOUBLES
JACKPOT AB NUVO RISE BY 125 RS
TORRENT POWER RISE BY 20 RS
DOUBLE BUMPER PETRONET LNG 200 CA AT 1 ZOOMS TO 3 - TRIPLES
CONVERT 10K INTO 25K YES BANK 700 CA DOUBLES
Double bumper Reliance capital 480 ca at 12.50 zooms to 28
Convert 10k to 25 k Coal india 370 ca at 3 zooms to 7
DOUBLE BUMPER BUY UPL 310 CA at 6 zooms to 20
LIC ACHIEVES TARGETS 425 - gains of 39 rs
TECH MAHINDRA ACHIEVES 2560 - gains of 55 rs
AXIS BANK ACHIEVES 495- gains of 35 rs

Thursday, December 18, 2014

morning thoughts...

The markets bounced right from the supports mentioned in oversold zones and must continue to do so in the coming sessions.
Technically the markets have moved into oversold zones and should rally more in coming sessions.
However many a stocks which cracked with the fall wont rise so easily and will test the patience of investors and traders.
On the lowerside 8050 remains as good supports for the markets whereas on the upside 8200 will act as resistance zones for the markets.
Bullions , base metals and energy will remain volatile in the coming sessions.

Yesterday's calls sent

DOUBLE BUMPER PETRONET LNG 200 CA AT 1 ZOOMS TO 3 - TRIPLES
CONVERT 10K INTO 25K YES BANK 700 CA DOUBLES
ADVANCE NIFTY ACHIEVES TARGETS 8150 - GAIN OF 177 RS IN 2 DAYS
BANK NIFTY ACHIEVES TARGETS 18200
PFC ACHIEVES TARGETS 285 - RISE OF 15 RS
Convert 10k into 30k Rec 300 ca at 8 zooms to 21
Double bumper Reliance capital 480 ca at 12.50 zooms to 25
Convert 10k to 25 k Coal india 370 ca at 3 zooms to 7
DOUBLE BUMPER BUY UPL 310 CA at 6 zooms to 15
BUY YES BANK 680 CA at 14 zooms to 38
BUY INDUS IND 760 CA at 13 zooms to 21
Maruti achieves targets 3275 - gains of 27 rs
Lupin achieves targets 1390 - gains of 39 rs
Tata steel achieves 400 - gains of 11 rs
Ranbaxy achieves 630 - gains of 14 rs
LIC ACHIEVES TARGETS 410 - gains of 29 rs
TECH MAHINDRA ACHIEVES 2560 - gains of 55 rs
AXIS BANK ACHIEVES 472 - gains of 15 rs
ITC ACHIEVES 385 - gains of 5 rs

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

morning thoughts...

The markets stayed extremely volatile and saw cracks in many stocks after a long time and giving oppurtunities to many a investors and traders to deploy fresh cash as the markets move into oversold zones.
Technically the markets now move into oversold zones and can witness a pull back after a weak opening.
The Indian markets have retreated from their life highs recently. 
While the reason for the fall does not concern us too much; we are interested in making good use of it! True to Warren Buffett's investing style, we believe in being greedy when others are fearful. After all, the best time to buy high quality stocks is when they are marked down. But what should we buy in this market? If markets were truly pessimistic, we should expect to find many stocks trading cheap, especially mid and small caps. However, this is not the case today. 
A good way of gauging market sentiment is to compare the valuations of midcap and largecap stocks. Normally, the price/earnings (P/E) ratio of midcaps should be lower than that of largecaps but a study found the opposite to be true. A sample of 300 midcaps was found to have a P/E of 37.3 while the top 100 largecaps had a P/E of 19.4. This gap in valuations is the largest in the last few years. 
This tells us two things about midcap stocks. First, the earnings (E) are under a lot of pressure. Over the last few years, very few midcaps have managed to come through the economic downturn in fine shape. Sluggish topline growth, high interest costs, low capacity utillisation and poor pricing power resulted in a lot of stress on profits. This situation has not changed too much. 
Second, the price (P) still remains high, despite the recent correction. This is because the markets are factoring in a sharp economic recovery. Many so called 'experts' believe that the worst affected mid and small caps will provide the best returns when the economy booms. Needless to say, we do not subscribe to this view. 
We believe the best way you can make use of this correction, is to buy high quality stocks across market capitalization, ensuring that that they are available at reasonable valuations.Companies with strong moats, riding the Megatrends driving the economy, will create huge wealth in this decade and beyond. As the economic recovery kicks in, it will be these firms that will benefit the most. The rest of them will be unable to deliver the earnings growth needed to justify their lofty valuations. 
So do not blindly overpay for growth or be in a haste to invest in this correction. Instead, follow the timeless advice of keeping your focus on the fundamentals and a hawk-eye on the valuations.
Coming to the commodity markets bullions , base metals and energy will remain volatile and swing in both zones

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Yesterday's calls sent

Double bumper Sesa sterlite - buy at cmp 3.75 sl 2 targets 9 - went 11.75
Jackpot Drl - sell at cmp 3310 sl 3345 targets 3200 - went 3142
Advance Nifty - booked profits at 8135 - short from 8427
Bank nifty - sell at cmp 18390 sl 18500 targets 18000 - went 17863
Gold Mcx – sell at cmp 27335 sl 27385 targets 27200 - booked profits at 27237
Silver Mcx – sell at cmp 37880 sl 38050 targets 37000 - booked profits at 37111 
Double Bumper Reliance capital 500 pa - buy at cmp 13.50 sl p targets 25 - went 32.80
Hexaware - buy at cmp 201.50 sl 200 targets 206 - went 207.20
Tech mahindra - buy at cmp 2510 sl 2490 targets 2550 - went 2567
Karnataka bank 140 pa - buy at cmp 3.50 sl 2.75 targets 6 - went 7
Lic - buy at cmp 410 sl 405 targets 425 -  hit sl
Sbi - buy at cmp 305 sl 302 targets 312 - hit sl
Dlf - buy at cmp 143 sl 141 targets 150 - hit sl
Axis bank - buy at cmp 483 sl 480 targets 492 - hit sl

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

morning thoughts...

As said and expected the markets remained rangebound with good activity in broader markets giving oppurtunities to both long and short traders.
Technically no much difference is seen in the coming sessions and yet another oppurtunity will be witnessed.
Now shifting from global concerns to the deep rooted issues in the Indian economy, we have come across a concerning trend. As the noose is getting tightened on black money and its perpetrators, new ways seem to be getting worked out in order to keep the parallel economy thriving. While it may take some time to identify and disclose the culprits in this regard, by the time this stage comes, it is likely that the black money would have made its way back to India in the form of yellow metal. What else could explain the huge surge in gold shipments from Switzerland to India? One must note that Switzerland alone is now accounting for 60% to 70% gold entering in India in recent months. 
There is a high likelihood that this is just a way of routing back the unaccounted wealth. The trend is bothering and has caught the eye of authorities. As such, more vigilance by the Customs Department has been suggested to control misvoicing and limiting the black money transactions. While India seems to have woken up to the menace of black money, the reaction can hardly be called swift. By the time the Government gets ready to take action, the wrong doers are likely to have cleaned their accounts with little evidence against them. 
With the rise of a Modi Government, sentiments about economy have taken a U turn. One of the areas where one can sense this optimism is exports. What drives this view is the likelihood of better business conditions and benefits from 'Make in India' drive. But while that will take long to get implemented and reflected, the reasons to remain skeptical are quite palpable. 
However, the revival of exports is not just a function of what happens inside Indian economy. The demand for Indian exports will be depend on how global economy fares. And the situation on that front can best be called fragile.The key exports markets including European Union, Japan, Russia and Middle East, which account for more than one fifths of the total Indian exports, do not offer a very bright economic picture. With oil prices on a free fall, oil exporting countries are likely to witness low incomes that will further translate into slow down in the economy and low demand for Indian exports. Hence, investors would do well to keep these risks in mind while betting on an economic revival and expected beneficiaries. 

Astrologically we have already intimated about the mega transits.
Coming to the commodity markets bullions , base metals and energy looks positive for the coming sessions.

Tuesday wealth basket

Double Bumper buy  TECH MAHINDRA 2500 CA
DOUBLE BUMPER BUY RELIANCE CAPITAL 500 PA
Buy ZEE , HPCL
SELL NIFTY , BANK NIFTY
Buy Karnataka 140 pa
Buy infosys 2000 ca
Buy tata steel 400 pa
Sell hindalco
Sell gold , silver , crude
Buy copper , natural gas


Monday, December 15, 2014

morning thoughts...

The markets traded extremely volatile and jittery the past week and after rallying for a couple of week saw intermediate reversal which made many a people lose thier calm.

Technically the markets are now into a typical deceptive zone and will continue its volatility providing oppurtunities to both long and short traders.
However, as a matter of fact we will go to the extent of saying that don't pay proper attention to this factor and you may well see your favourite stock go all the way down to zero- yes you all read it right
When considered in isolation, the business of rose cut farming looks innocuous enough. On the contrary, as long as mankind will continue to express love and offer condolences, the business will keep flourishing.
Really, there can't be a better case study on the perils of having a bulk of your revenues coming from a region not particularly conducive for doing business. The business can of course flourish for some time. But in places where the odds are so heavily stacked against you, the entire enterprise can crumbling down in no time. This lesson becomes even more pertinent now than ever what with many Indian companies venturing beyond domestic shores and trying to establish global presence without taking the country specific risks into account. 
As for us, amongst the most important questions we ask before we recommend a stock is whether a sizeable chunk of the company's revenues come from hostile and unstable regions like the countries in the African continent? If the answer is yes, it could well make sense to give the stock a miss. 
We have intimated in advance the huge planetary configuration of 5 planets and an action packed week with volumes , now get ready for another week of action with combust planets which will create huge deception and confusion.
Nifty heading towards 7950 or 8650 - ? once again our advance nifty report released , take advance positions and make wealth of the month and year.

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Friday's calls sent


Double bumper Sun Tv 360 pa - buy at cmp 9 sl 6 targets 20 - went 27.30
Double bumper Gail 440 pa - buy at cmp 11.30 sl 8 targets 20 - went 24
Axis bank - buy at cmp 488 sl 486 targets 500 - hit sl
Tata steel - sell at cmp 419 sl 423 targets 405 - went 400.05
Bharti airtel - sell at cmp 350 sl 352 targets 345 - hit sl
Pfc 280 ca - buy at cmp 9.50 sl 7 targets 14 - went 15.10
Jackpot Jet airways - sell at cmp 442 sl 455 targets 410 - went 398.20
Nifty - sell at cmp 8337 sl 8375 targets 8270 - went 8266.90
Bank Nifty - sell at cmp 18590 sl 18650 targets 18400 - went  18343
Copper - buy at cmp 406 sl 405 targets 409 - went 410.10
Crude - booked profits at 3870 - short from 3987