Where is Nifty headed now?
by Pritesh Mehta August 28, 2015 10:44 IST
The sharp rebound aside, despite the destruction on daily and weekly chart patterns, Nifty is trading comfortably above the rising trendline on the monthly chart. It always makes sense to always look with a broader perspective, whenever a rare event occurs (eg: Monday’s crash). As long it sustains above the same, we need to consider any declines as just a correction in bull market.
RBI Monetary Policy Review: Status Quo, Hope of rate cut prevails
by Hitesh Jain August 05, 2015 08:46 IST
Mr. Rajan reiterated that that money market rates have come down substantially, reflecting the series of rate cuts this year. Nevertheless, transmission of monetary policy is not evident in the bank lending rates. There is a lag of 3-4 quarters and it will take time for the effect to percolate.
The Next Decade - Looking Ahead With Confidence
by R. Venkataraman July 13, 2015 13:26 IST
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Time is Money: Reliving the Priceless Decade
by Nirmal Jain July 13, 2015 12:31 IST
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Iranian straw can break the camel’s back
by Hitesh Jain July 09, 2015 12:04 IST
On Greece front, the crisis has escalated, wherein the nation has voted a ‘No’ in the referendum, rejecting the creditor’s demand of spending cuts in exchange of a bailout deal. European officials are not pleased with the outcome, as they wanted the incumbent Greek regime to conform to their demands.
Work-in-progress. We must give the Government more time
by Amar Ambani July 07, 2015 09:01 IST
Excerpts from interview on the Government so far, featured in the Economic Times cover story.
The rage is on! Action to shift to mid-caps, small-caps
by Pritesh Mehta July 02, 2015 08:52 IST
If bulls are able to cement their position above the breakout levels of 8,450 for at least four trading sessions, we could see index get into a turbo mode. In a bull markets, corrections are more unrestrained. However, recoveries tend to be equally swift. For Nifty to attempt previous highs, spring bottom (support of 7,950) needs to be defended.
Greek Drama: Unfolding of Drachma
by Hitesh Jain June 30, 2015 09:07 IST
In fact, ‘Grexit’ will be eventually construed bullish for the entire Euro region, as market participants will realise that departure of Greece implies no more bailout and no more debt burden. Forget repayment of loans, the stressed nation was not even able to service its debt. Time is of credence that bailout money has failed to solve the structural woes, unless Greece treads on the path of serious financial prudence, which eventually entails cut in fiscal spending.
FMC/SEBI merger: Marriage a saviour!
by Hitesh Jain June 19, 2015 10:26 IST
On the exchange front, stock and commodities exchange will have the luxury in encroaching each other’s domain.
Random Ramblings: Don’t lose hope!
by Pritesh Mehta June 18, 2015 15:11 IST
With strength in Oil & gas and pharma sector, the decline in Nifty has got arrested while broader index like CNX 500 is yet to confirm a bottom (though the selling pressure has stopped). Hence the composition of Nifty turns out to be better in assisting quick recovery and we feel that the stage is set for the key indices to surge higher towards 8,400.
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