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Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Major Indian Index Nifty and Sensex opened negative and after two failed attempts to stay positive Nifty Slipped -1.16% and Sensex slipped -1.15%. Both the Indices gave conformation of 20DMA negative breakout which happened yesterday. Indian Market ended up its 8 week low.
Today all the major Indices were negative; India VIX was up by 2.36%. The major losers in stock are SSTL, ONGC, Tata Power, Tata Steel and the top gainers are M&M, Dr. Reddy, Sun Pharma and HCL Tech
Most of all Asian Markets are in negative in which Chinese market fell over 5% creating a major fall since 2009. Meanwhile Brent Crude oil hit its 5 year low at USD 66/Barrel.
Technical Analyst predicts 100DMA can be the next support for Nifty and Sensex. Indian stock market is likely to consolidate further this week. Traders say weak global cues and rise in current account deficit (CAD) is the major reason for today’s fall.
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
It is been a massive change in Market dynamics after a terrorist organisation i.e ISIS had captured cities of Iraq. We have seen this implication on Capital, Forex and Commodity. There are few important things we have to understand regarding Iraq, that is the country is a dominant exporter of oil in OPEC countries and an 2nd largest exporter of oil to the world and hold around 10% of world oil reserve.
Crux of the issue
The recent terror unrest caused in Iraq is directly implicating on world crude oil and that is causing a domino effect on all stocks and commodities all over the world.
Apart this, we have report saying ISIS are targeting major oil refineries and had hit the countries one of the biggest oil refinery which supply countries quarter of the oil Demand.
All the above points mentioned are systematic risk and they are unavoidable and cannot be controlled by a individual. If there is a continuous rise in crude price, it will have a negative effect as the rise in CAD, falling rupee and high inflation are unhealthy for the Capital Markets/ Nifty.
Market Bullish Triggers
Apart Monsoon and Budget result are the most expected result which will trigger a rally.
We are clearly able to see that RSI had given a bearish signal and MACD had also given a Bearish crossover see fig 1. Yesterday was a bearish candlestick. Till now the direction is not clear and we still need conformation of today's market. If today is bullish then market we will see a small rally probably making a higher high. If today turns to be a bearish day then market will find a support as given in fig 2.