Friday, 29 June 2012

Goodmorning readers..!!

So whats new in the market, what stocks to be traded what to hold..I know lots of questions are arising in your mind but i am here to provide you the the answers..
Today market opened with the green signal. Sensex is trading at 17247.92 which is 257.16 points above and Nifty is ranging at 5219.55 which is 70.70 points above.

Stocks in news:

  1. Tata Power
  2. JP Power
  3. Coal India
  4. Pipavav
  5. Insecticides India
  6. Jai Prakash Power
  7. NCC
VKS Projects IPO opens today and will close on July 4. The Company hopes to raise Rs. 55 crore and the price band is at Rs. 55-60 a share.
Mudra lifestyle's proposal for debt restructuring has been approved. (CMP is Rs. 18, M Cap Rs. 88 crore)

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Thursday, 28 June 2012

Stocks recommendations for today:

IDFC priced at Rs.133.10 buy
Lanco Infratech priced at Rs.13.97 buy
Rural Elect Corp priced at Rs.187.30 buy
Yes Bank priced Rs.331.80 buy around Rs.300
Tata Motors priced at Rs.237.15 buy on decline.

Hot Stocks today:

Axis bank 985.90 (-1.50%)
SBI 2107.20 (-0.29%)                                                                                               Take a look
Tata Motors 235.90 (-1.38%)
ICICI Bank 859.25 (+0.79%)

Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Stocks to be watched today:

Petronet LNG price 140.10 buy target 194.50
Corporation Bank price 415.05 buy target 440
SBI price 2132.10 sell 2030
JMT auto priced 58.75 buy target 70
MOIL priced at 281.35 buy target 290

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Good morning Readers..!!
Well Manmohan Singh has taken over as a new Finance Minister.Its after 1991 he is taking in charge of finance ministry. Now, the question arises will he be able to maintain the growth and check inflation? Will Rupee count grow or decline against the US Dollar?
Now lets see what will be the effect of this on the market.
Experts suggest to trade long in Nifty and to stay away from index.

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Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Market Watch

Today Indian equity market was trading flat in the afternoon section led by weak performance by the Asian market.
The SENSEX traded in a narrow range of 20 points around 12:15pm. Sensex opened at 16,873.09 points while Nifty opened at 5118.95 points. The BSE oil and gas index was up by 63.38 points, the power index was up by 11.64 points ant the banking index was up by 66.31 points.

The major gainers today were:

Gail India by 2.20% at Rs. 351
ONGC by 1.92% at rs. 278.20
Tata Power by 1.70% at Rs. 95.50
TCS by 1.41% at Rs. 1232.80
HDFC Bank by 1.30% at Rs. 544.25

The major losers today were:

Hindustan Unilever down by 2.03% at Rs. 451
Sterlite Inds down by 1.46% at Rs.97.70
Tata Steeldown by 1.18% at Rs. 409.65
Infosys down by 1% at Rs.2443.55
ITC down by 0.90% at Rs.247.80

That was the market scenario today. So we were able to learn that market did not fluctuate much today. Gail India was the top gainer today while Hindustan Unilever lost around 2%. So finishing with the market watch section we will again chech the market session tomorrow.

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Monday, 25 June 2012

Market to gain up a momentum of 5200 level

Anu Jain said, “It’s been a bull and bear fight to say the least. The market has been resilient, but the momentum that I was expecting or anticipating hasn’t come yet.”
She also said that every time the market managed to close over 5,150 or closer, we either had a gap down or negative news the next day.
She predicted that if Nifty is able to conquer 5200 level then we can see a strong momentum build up. This momentum build up may be such that the market moves up to a level of 5350.
She also added that if we continue to trade the way we are trading now, a level where we are not able to reach a level of 5200, there are chances that we can swing back to 5000 levels once again.

Friday, 15 June 2012

MCX Gold in domestic market in Thursday's trading met it's highest price in the history. However its prices in the international market is less than 15 per cent to record levels. Currently MCX gold is trading at Rs 30130 with a marginal gain od 0.3%.
One of the reasons of this fluctuations in the price of gold is movement in the currency. In the current fiscal year the total investment in ETF gold is around at 9 Crore which was 690 Crores in last financial year.
In the begininning of Financial year 2012 the price of gold was around 27,300 which has now reached a level of around 30,000. The increase in the prices of MCX gold is almost by 12%.
According to experts due to the growing weakness of rupee against the dollar has supported the gold to meet the new price heights. 

Thursday, 14 June 2012

Stock Advice:
Buy Tata Motors at Rs.236.10
Buy Wipro at Rs.396.25 a target of Rs.490
Buy Maruti Suzuki at Rs.1121.20 target Rs.1458
Buy Allahabad Bank at Rs. 141.95 target of Rs.158
Indian Cements acan move to Rs.85-86
Reliance Communication can move to 15%
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Wednesday, 13 June 2012

History of Stock Market

Do you know how the concept of Stock Market evolved??
The other day I was going through this article and found out some amazing facts realated to the Stock market and I really enjoyed reading them!!
These facts are very entertaining and can help you learn better about the Stock Market.
Lets go through these facts.

  1. The Dutch East india Company became the first company to issue stocks in 1602. It included of 358 stakeholders.
  2. London stock exchange was originally started by Johncastaing in 1658 in a Jonanthan Coffee Shop.
  3. Why the name Wall Street??? Duthch Settlers built up a wall in 1653 in order to protect themselves from the Indian attacks. This wall was later torn down in 1685 and a road was built where the wall used to be. In honour of the old “Wall” the street was named “Wall Street”.
  4. Alexander Hamilton (secretary of treasurer 1789-1795) was the person who started selling government bonds on the corner of the Wall Street and Broad Street, which later became NYSE.
  5. The original name of NYSE was Stock Exchange office. It was in 1817 when it was renamed as New York Stock Exchange.
  6. The Bombay Stock exchange was the first stock exchange in Asia which was started in 1875.
  7. “Button agreement” was signed in 1792 by a group of stock brokers giving brokers a set a rules to follow while buying and sellin of securities.
  8. Charles Dow Created Dow Theory and would become the basis behind technical analysis and market timing.
  9. The Candlestick patterns was used to pick the tops and bottoms of the market trend. This method was used by Homma Munehisa who also created the method for market timimng in 18th century.
  10. The NASDAQ began in 1971 when it was created as the first electronic stock exchange.
Well these were some of the facts of the Stock exchange. I really enjoyed them hope you too find them interesting..!!

Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Stock-nifty-tips is a blog which will keep u updated with the stock market, commodity market and the various market trends.
The economical issues which may be affecting the country's growth. Here one can get updated with the latest market trends and various policies. You can even know which the best buy or sell stocks. So keep in touch for ruling out the market..!!!