We expect the uptrend to continue initially towards 12,000 and then towards 12,300 levels.
Investors should stay put and avoid profit booking at higher levels because chances of a further rise in markets look likely, suggest experts.
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We feel Nifty may consolidate further in the near future within 11,500-11,800 levels prior to next directional move.
The price action seen on April 15 is not strong enough to push the market higher and for major upside, the index has to register a strong close above its record high of 11,761, experts said.
The final tally – the S&P BSE Sensex closed 138 points higher at 38,905 while the Nifty added 46 points to close at 11,690
The equity market is likely to remain volatile going forward on account of general election coupled with weak global growth prospects which are expected to deepen the sentiment.
It now requires a decisive hold of 11550 zones to retest its lifetime high of 11761 and then a fresh move towards 11888 zones, suggest experts.
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The current weakness is likely to get extended further only if the weekly Doji pattern low of 11,559 is broken on a closing basis, which is acting as crucial support.
Unless the index emerges out of the trading range which appears to be 11,710–11,550, a directional move can't be witnessed. On the downside, it looks critical to sustain above 11,550 levels on closing basis breach of which shall strengthen the bearish sentiment.
Two sectors that are looking fairly attractive are auto and pharma. Among autos, investors can look at Maruti while in the pharma sector Cadila looks attractive, suggest experts.
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A close beyond 11,760 is required for resumption of the bull trend, otherwise, bears may push the index down gradually
A close below 11550 could drag the index lower towards 11500-11520 levels, while a break below 11500 levels could trigger further profit taking.
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Jagannadham Thunuguntla of Centrum Broking said the movement going forward will be driven by results season and political developments