Gold is currently trading above 200 Weekly Moving Average post the touch of 200 Weekly Moving Average and sustained above 4 weeks with a descent rally. To me it looks like a new bull trend is likely to began as gold had spend significant amount of timewise correction. Almost 5 years spent in a broader consolidation phase between 1100-1400.
Look out the amount of whipsaw happened around 10500 is that a cool way to bait weaker hand buyers. Every time Nifty Futures goes above 10500 the general crowd sentiment gets bullish. Is this how the weaker momentum buyers flow in?
Three Sectors( Nifty Commodities, Nifty Energy, Nifty Metals) that might underperform Nifty in medium term as the mentioned sectors are entering into lagging quadrant. Its better to avoid these sectors in medium term if your investment horizon is 3-6 months.
ONGC bounced back from 200 day moving average levels. Supports are expected around 175. Immediate Reference levels to watch on the higher side 192 and 195 in the short term. ONGC also currently trades above 200 MA hourly levels as well interesting setup to watch for short and medium term investing.
Coffee Day shares rose on fresh breakout hitting fresh 2 year high. It crossed one of the major resistance zone and possibly could garner breakout investors
attention. Average traded Volume in this counter is quite high in the first week of December relative to the past trading sessions. Next resistance level comes around the previous swing high 297 and 317 (IPO day high).
Bank Recapitalization – The government’s plan to infuse Rs 2.11 lakh crore into struggling state-run banks over two years is credit positive for three public sector lenders(Bank of India,Union Bank of India,and Oriental Bank of Commerce) , Moody’s said in a report revising their outlook. Moody’s has changed the outlook to stable from negative for [...]
Equity mutual funds (MFs) registered a record Net inflow of Rs1,50,000 crore in FY 17-18 on strong participation from retail investors. Post Demonetization – Systematic investment plans (SIPs) have been the preferred route for retail investors. During September 2017, the mutual fund industry received about Rs5,520 crore per month through SIP route alone.
ICICIBank is yet another banking stock breakout post the bank recapitalization announcement. Volume in ICICIBank is quite strong and the price rejection pattern on last friday is quite interesting and 285 will act as a strong support zone. Moreover the recent gap will act as a strong supporting barrier to hold the price above 285 levels. In the short term one can expect a test towards all time high.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) late on Tuesday (Post market hours) said interconnect usage charges (IUC) for mobile calls will be cut to 6paise/min from 14 paise, effective Oct. 1. The fee will be scrapped from 2020.
Business debt as a percentage of GDP is reaching what has been dangerously high levels in the past. Borrowing is a good thing for a working economy, but unchecked borrowing can be a bad thing, especially in an economic downturn. Even cheap debt can become unaffordable if a country has too much of it and output begins to slow.