The Nifty might have turned negative for 2019, but almost 60% of index constituents are in a bear grip as registered by the 'Death Cross' formation
Infrastructure sector has a big multiplier impact on the economy and experts feel that select stocks in the sector are likely to hog limelight.
It has been a year since debt funds are in troubled waters. The crisis that started in September 2018, following the IL&FS fiasco has only compounded with time
Situations like these where there is strong consensus seem to have been built against the range breakouts, trading against the tide for that minor possibility of a very big move becomes very difficult
Going forward, we expect the rupee to face stiff resistance around 70.80 levels and witness some depreciation all over again
The coming week can be clouded by speculations of the GST council outcome which is expected on the 20th of September.
Positive global cues helped Indian markets climb crucial resistance levels for the week ended September 14, but the big move was seen in the small & midcaps space.
A list of stocks which are in focus because of their price action. The technical outlook is limited to near and medium-term.
If the Nifty closes above 11,055, it will fuel a rally that can take the index towards 11,150-11,200 levels in the near-term.
Financial experts advice a buy on dips strategy and feel investors should wait for the rally to cool before making further investments
About 23 companies, or nearly 50%, of the Nifty50 universe is trading at a discount to their 10-year P/E multiple, data from Motilal Oswal and AceEquity showed
The Dollar index has appreciated sharply in the past few months due to further escalation in the US-China trade war. Brexit drama is also adding to the turmoil.
Index of Industrial Production and Consumer Price Index data will be released on September 12.
MCX Gold closed at 39,740 last week. It is not very often that we see such a steep rise in precious metal and it only indicates a strong trend is underway.
Volatility often brings out the worst tendencies in investors. When torn between fear and loss, the investors might get pushed into making decisions which they could regret in the future.
A peculiar pattern of gradual recovery post sharp decline is observed within the index as the broader structure continues to be rangebound since 28th August.
The metal sector is about to turn oversold and we could see beginning of value buying or contra buying at the current or little lower levels.
The series of ups and downs in any direction makes trading worth
The S&P BSE Sensex which failed to hold on to 37,000 closed 0.94 percent lower while the Nifty50 was down 0.70 percent for the week ended September 6.
We have collated a list of stocks which remained in focus on Tuesday because of their price action. The technical outlook is limited to near and medium-term.
History suggests that it pays to be bullish on India and the next 25 years are likely to be better than the last 25, as opportunities to make money will only grow, says Ramesh Damani.
We have a list of stocks which remained in focus on September 3 because of their price action. The technical outlook is limited to near and medium-term.
On September 3, thirty stocks had hit fresh 52-week highs. Meanwhile, the market was witnessing one of its biggest falls in recent months, with Sensex down 800 points and Nifty wiped off nearly 200 points.
In CAN SLIM methodology, the market itself – the ‘M’ in the CAN SLIM model – is the most important factor for making money. Your chances of making profits in growth stocks increase when the market is acting right
The prices after a 5-Wave decline and positive divergence on the RSI indicator indicates a retracement rally towards the 11,150-11,250