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To be able to identify and share concrete and consistent trading opportunities in Financial Markets based on Solid Research & Reliable self-developed systems.
Our Backbone: Charting software
It is critical to have the right charting software to take the right trades. We use the ‘Trend Analyzer’, a professional charting and analysis software that comes with state-of-the-art tools. It helps determine:
Trend, Momentum for stocks, futures, commodities, and NSE Currency trading.
Recognize consistent opportunities in:
Equities, Futures, Options, Metals, Currencies
Chairman and Managing Director
This is what you get in the Daily Newsletter
Nifty Index: Overall market views
Each aspect of the Nifty Index is analysed on daily charts, and sometimes on weekly charts. Weekly views are analysed to identify long term trend. Analysis includes short term, intermediate and primary trend of index along with its support and resistance.
Views are given for index traders. Recommendations are provided for short term and positional trading with entry level and stop loss.
The Newsletter also includes overall market view and annotated charts of Nifty, Bank Nifty and CNX IT.
It also covers sectors in the stock market that outperform, underperform and may be undergoing a leadership change.
Precious Metals, Currencies, World Markets, are also periodically reviewed as and when relevant.
TECHNICAL ANALYSIS: CONCEPTS & STRATEGIES
Technical Analysis Concepts & relevant Strategies are explained from time to time using charts.
Cash and Futures: Ideas
The Newsletter includes stocks which are likely to make trending moves in short term. Most of the ideas will explain the technical indications behind the same. Most of them may also contain stop losses as well as describe the conditions in which the trade should or should not be taken.
Nifty, bank Nifty and CNX IT strategies for the swing trader
The Newsletter will also include Nifty Options and Bank Nifty Options strategies for short term, as well as for Income building.
It will also share ideas in Gold, Silver & Currencies as and when attractive opportunities emerge.
The typical holding period of our short term ideas averages 2 to 3 days (sometimes less in choppy market environments). Often, Longer term ideas are given which have a holding period of a minimum of 5 days up to many weeks. All ideas mentioned are tracked regularly.
8 December 2016
World markets willing to go higher takes Nifty along; markets begin the December rally again; Nifty breaks out above 8200, short term trend changes to up; traders should be long with proper stops; banks return into bullish territory
BANK NIFTY traded very narrow today. The index is at the verge of breakout from a trading range. We will discuss a possible trade in the index as well in HDFCBANK. We will also discuss the BALANCE OF POWER with two trades in CESC and M&MFIN. For each of these stocks, we analyses their technical picture; identify trades with stop loss and targets. We will discuss TRADES UNDER CONSTRUCTION in our last segment REVIEWS.