Monthly Archives: December 2015

Nifty Weekly Technical Outlook for 28 Dec’15

Merry Christmas..Welcome 2016….

Last two weeks remained action pegged and I was not in position to update due to some personal commitments and also one of the reason that after looking at screen for long-long hours your body starts giving you a red signals, so I took some mandatory leave from watching screen. Rather making it long, lets keep it simple and see how to position ourselves in the coming week.

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NIFTY CHART 24 DEC

Nifty Weekly Technical Outlook for 14 Dec’15

When Global worries, Domestic logjams dictate the market….

At this point our markets are majorly dictated by two major concerns, one we already know for long time now i.e. Fed Policy Rate Hike which they are postponing from very long period, and now it is almost certain that they may move ahead, and on the domestic front passage of GST Bill which Opposition party is not allowing to pass through. In the first case we are totally dependant and can’t do anything about it, but in the second case we can have some hope (although, very less). It is very difficult to comment that market has already factored in such news and worst is going to get over sooner then later, but rather let’s see what technical analysis is suggesting and how to position yourself in the crucial week.

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NIFTY ahead of Fed meet

Nifty Weekly Technical Outlook for 07 Dec’15

Moderate start..Unexpected end

Often when start is good (in our case it was moderate), expectation increases that everything is going to be as per plan, and when actually it ends in line with our expectations, it gives feeling of satisfaction, but when it does not fructify according to the plan then the feeling of devastation is much higher than feeling of satisfaction. Essentially my point is, in the beginning of last week when markets attempted to move higher, I thought it will move according to expectations, but on Wednesday market gave one shock and thereafter it took U-turn. According to my experience and understanding it becomes difficult for particularly traders to change their gears and take quick U-turn with market; I know many traders would agree with me. Let’s analyze and see how to place ourselves in the coming week.

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nifty outlook for 07 dec onwards