Bull and Bear -Stock Market Trends

Volatility was the theme of the day on D-Street on Tuesday as investors looked to tread with caution. This is especially ahead of Indian central bank’s meet outcome on interest rates on Wednesday. Benchmarks continued to slip for the third day in a row, with the Nifty managing to give up 10,600, while the Sensex too slipped below 35,000-mark. The 30-share index closed over 100 points lower.  » Read more

Share Market Tips for Monday : 4th June

SHARE MARKET TIPSBenchmark indices closed in the red after volatility on first day of June series Friday as all sectoral indices were in the red barring Auto that outperformed all post May sales data. Continuous correction in midcaps dampened investors sentiment, which led to profit booking after more than 400 points rally on the Sensex in previous session. Investors after digesting better-than-expected Q4 GDP data shifted focus to renewed global trade tensions after the US announced tariffs on steel and aluminium imports. They also closely monitor the movement in crude oil prices and rupee.The 30-share BSE Sensex fell 95.12 points to 35,227.26 while the 50-share NSE Nifty closed below 10,700 levels, slipping 40 points to 10,696.20 ahead of monetary policy committee meeting next week. Overall the market has been consolidating in a range, which may continue further and the stock specific action is likely to remain. » Read more


Bulls were back with vengeance on Thursday, the expiry day of May futures & options contracts as the late rally helped benchmark indices gained more than 1 percent. The gains were  driven by banking & financials, oil & gas stocks and Infosys.  Short covering towards the end of session and the gains in global stocks on easing of political concerns in Italy also lifted market sentiment. Investors awaited March quarter GDP growth numbers due later in the day. The 30-share BSE Sensex rose 416.27 points or 1.19 percent to 35,322.38 and the 50-share NSE Nifty gained 121.80 points or 1.15 percent at 10,736.20. In the May series, the Sensex gained 1.7 percent and the Nifty rallied 1.1 percent while Bank index surged more than 7.5 percent. » Read more


FREE INTRADAY TRADING TIPSBenchmark indices ended the session mildly lower after volatility on Wednesday, as political turmoil in Italy and Moody’s GDP growth forecast cut weighed on market sentiment. Investors also closely monitor the movement in the rupee and crude oil prices, both of which are range-bound after recent sharp moves. » Read more


stock tipsBenchmark indices started off the week on a strong note, rallying for third consecutive session following sharp slide in crude oil prices and recovery in rupee. Banking & financials, infra, pharma, auto and oil retailers drove the market higher while IT was the only underperformer among sectoral indices, falling 2 percent. The 30-share BSE Sensex rose 240.61 points to 35,165.48 while the 50-share NSE Nifty failed to hold 10,700 levels, gaining 83.50 points at 10,688.70. » Read more

Free Stock Tips for Tomorrow : 25th May (Friday)

free intraday tips bull vs bearOn Thursday we had same sign of relief in the market but we should not get excited with this bullish movement as sideways movement will remain intact in the market. Friday market is very crucial for next week as on Friday we will have sign how market will behave till expiry.
Trade in sector specific movement as some sectors are performing well and also some stocks which are in movement from past few days are giving lots of opportunity to earn in intraday trades For ex. Jubl Food, SRF, Sobha

Buying on dips and selling on relatively high is to be followed on Friday movement
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Intraday Tips for Tomorrow : 23rd May (Wednesday)

intraday share tipsTuesday market movement has been as per our expectation and what we have said in our last article. Wednesday market is expected to be more in the buying movement then sideways movement. Tuesday market shows some sign of relief after sustaining above its crucial support level with sign of positivity. Market will gain more strength once nifty future trade above 10570 levels. With global market support Nifty future may soon test 10700 levels and Bank Nifty future may test 26200 levels soon.We should not forget that support for Nifty and Bank nifty future is 10500 and 24700-24750. » Read more

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Here Is The Most Important Thing You Need To Know to Make Big Profit in This Week–

जैसे हमने पहली भी कहा था की निफ़्टी फ्यूचर में जो सपोर्ट है वो 10520-10500 का है और बैंक निफ़्टी फ्यूचर में 25750 का है। जैसा हमने Monday Market में देखा शुरुआती कुछ समय में ही बैंक निफ़्टी फ्यूचर अपने सपोर्ट के करीब था और वही से बैंक निफ़्टी फ्यूचर सँभालने लगा और यहाँ तक की हमने बैंकिंग शेयर्स में उछाल देखने को भी मिला वही निफ़्टी फ्यूचर जो अपने सपोर्ट से काफी दूर था और धीमे धीमे गिरते गिरते अपने सपोर्ट पे आ पूछा उसके बाद वो संभालना शुरू हुआ। निफ़्टी में put writing 10500 पे सबसे ज्यादा open interest है जिसका मतलब साफ है मार्केट अभी अपने सबसे बड़े महत्वपूर्ण support Level पे है।

ग्लोबल मार्केट में सँभालते हालत को देखते हुए हमे यहाँ से मार्केट में ऊपर का मूवमेंट देखने की पूरी उम्मीद है। जब तक मार्केट अपना महत्वपूर्ण support ना तोड़ दे तब तक ये एक बड़ा मौका है buying में अपनी पोजीशन रखे और पैसे कमाए।

Intraday Tips For Tomorrow

Buy R infra future above 395 target 399-405 with sl 390
Buy Tata Sponge above 1043 target 1055-1070 with sl 1030


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Free Intraday Trading Tips For Tomorrow : 17th May (Thursday)

intraday trading tipsThe market ended volatile session lower on Wednesday, but recovered half of its losses amid continued uncertainty over the formation of government in Karnataka. Recovery in rupee post RBI’s likely intervention and fall in crude oil prices also supported the market. Reliance Industries, ICICI Bank and HDFC Group stocks dragged while ITC and HUL provided support to the market. The 30-share BSE Sensex was down 156.06 points at 35,387.88 and the 50-share NSE Nifty fell 60.80 points to 10,741.10. The Nifty Midcap index outperformed frontliners, ending below the flatline but the market breadth remained in favour of declines. About two shares fell for every share rising on the NSE. » Read more

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