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Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Friday, February 5, 2010
RISKY CALL BUY MPHASIS 682 SL 674 TGT 687-690-693
SHYAMAL DAVE: MORNING CALL RANBAXY ALL SELL TGT ACHIEVED NOW BUY AT 403 SL 396 TGT 408-412
SELL CALL HDIL 308 1ST TGT ACHIEVED
HIGH RISK CALL BUY RELINFRA 1020-1024 SL 1007 TGT 1034-1040
RANBAXY ON MOVEEEEEEE 407 NOW
BUY MINDTREE 566 SL 558 TGT 571-575
OHH MINDTREEEEEEEEE BIG JUMP 570 NOW
RELINFRA ON MOVEEEEEEEEE 1029 NOW
RANBAXYYYYYYYYYYYYYY 408 1 ST TGT ACHIEVED
BOSSSSSSSSSSSSSS MPHASIS ON FIREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE 688 1ST TGT ACHIEVED
BOSSSSSSSSS MPHASIS 691 2ND TGT ACHIEVED
MPHASISSSSSSSSSS 693 ALL TGT ACHIEVED
BUY M N M 997 S/L 985 TGT 1008-1014- 1018
IFCI 1.20% UP
HDIL SELL CALL ON FIREEEEEEEEEEE 306 NOW
BUY TITAN SMALL QTY 1684 S/L 1666 TGT 1698- 1708
MINDTREE ON FIREEEEEEEEEEEE 572 1 ST TGT ACHIEVED
SELL CALL HDIL NEAR 2ND TGT
HDIL 304 2ND SELL TGT ACHIEVED
MRONING SELL CALL AXIS BANK 1001 NEAR TO 3RD TGT
MORNING SELL CALL TATASTEEL 547 ALL SELL TGT ACHIEVED
HDIL 301 NEAR TO 3RD SELL TGT
BOSSSSSSSS AXIS BANK 996 ALL SELL TGT ACHIEVED IT CAN SHOW 988-985 ALSO KEEP WATCH
TITAN ON MOVEEEEEEEEEEEEE 1694 NOW LONG AT 1682
BUY PANTALOONR 404 SL 398 TGT 408-412-416
TITAN BLASTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 1701 1ST TGT ACHIEVED
BOSSSSSSSSSSS TITANNNNNNNN 1708 ALL TGT ACHIEVED
HIGH RISKY CALL SELL ABGSHIP 301 S/L 309 TGT 296- 294
SELL SILVER @ 24320-350 SL 24485 TGT 24265-24190-24115-24048. MCX
SELL CALL ABGSHIP 296.5 NEAR TO 1ST TGT
ABGSHIP 296 1 ST SELL TGT ACHIEVED
SELL GOLD @ 16140-160 SL 16212 TGT 16115-16085-16035. MCX
BOSSSSSSSSSSSSSS RELINFRA ON FIREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE 1037
BUY CUMMINS 467 SL 458 TGT 474-478
USE STRICK STOP LOSSES ON EVERY TRADES
SOME SHORT COVERING SEEN AS EXPECTED
ACC 850 BUY S/L 843 TGT 857- 862- 868
Discount fails to lure employees, NTPC FPO subscribed 81% so far
CUMMINS ON MOVEEEEEEEEEEE 470 KEEP BOOKING PROFITSSSSSSS
TATAMOTORSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS 677 NEAR TO 1ST TGT
KEEP BOOKING PROFITS ON LONGSSSSSSSS LAST MINS SELLING IS STILL EXPECTED
BOSSSSS GIVEN YOU ALERT ABOUT LAST MINS EXPECTED SELLING AT 4730 SEE NOW NIFTY FUT 4702............... HOPE ALL HAVE FOLLOWED AND ARE SAFEEEEEEEE
Thursday, February 4, 2010
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Worries about the economies of both Europe and the U.S. roiled financial markets Thursday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling toward the 10,000 level and commodities reeling, while Treasury prices and the dollar climbed.
The Dow was recently down 214 points, or 2.1%, at 10056.90, on track to set a new closing low for 2010. Twenty-nine of its 30 components fell, with Alcoa suffering the most, off 4.1% thanks to the weakness in raw-materials markets. Bank of America was also a big loser, off 3.9% after New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo filed civil securities fraud charges against former bank executives Kenneth Lewis and Joseph Price over their handling of the Merrill Lynch acquisition.
The only Dow stock to post gains was Cisco Systems, up 1% as investors responded to a better-than-expected profit report late Wednesday.
Thursday's trading has been dominated far more by big-picture economic than corporate news. Investors have fled from risky bets amid new signs that Europe's governments are struggling to pay their debts and that America's employment picture may not be improving as much as expected.
"The message here is that we're not out of the woods," said Bob Froehlich, senior managing director at The Hartford Mutual Funds. "I still think that [stock-market] returns outside the U.S. will be better than inside for some time, but it might be time to rotate out of western Europe," shifting money to faster-growing emerging markets.
Other U.S. market yardsticks slid. The Nasdaq Composite Index was off 2.3%. The S&P 500 fell 2.4%, led by declines of more than 3% each in its energy and basic-materials sectors.
All the broad index's other sectors posted declines as well, including a decline of nearly 3% in the financial sector. It was hurt by a 10% slide in MasterCard after the credit-card issuer reported a smaller than expected rise in quarterly earnings. Visa, which reported results after the close on Wednesday, gained 1.1% as its results bested analysts' forecasts.
The Chicago Board Options Exchange's Volatility Index, which measures investors' nervousness about upcoming market swings, leapt more than 17% to 25.33.
Underscoring the shift away from riskier assets, the dollar strengthened, with the U.S. Dollar Index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six currencies, firming 0.6%. The euro hit a seven-month low against the dollar as the concerns about European debt intensified. Treasurys climbed, with the 10-year note up 9/16 to yield 3.639%.
The cost of insuring the debt of euro-zone members with large budget deficits against default rose, dashing hopes that the European Commission's qualified endorsement of Greece's budget plan would calm investor fears.
The moves followed news that the European Commission had put Greece under more pressure to cut its deficit; that the Portuguese government sold only �300 million ($417 million) of treasury bills at an auction, compared with an indicative offer of �500 million; and that the Spanish government had raised its budget deficit forecasts for 2010 through 2012.
"What bothers people about Europe and about Greece is the fact that these governments globally have been overspending and I think they're worried that Greece is the tip of the iceberg," said Thompson S. Phillips Jr., president of FaithShares.
However, strategist Brian Belski, of Oppenheimer Asset Management in New York, said even if further signs of trouble surface in Europe, the U.S., or other developed economies, yields on bonds and cash are still low enough in historic terms to support the stock market in the months ahead.
"At some point, how many more bonds can you buy?" he said. "All we've really done is made stocks more attractive."
Contributing to the morning's declines, initial claims for jobless benefits unexpectedly rose last week. The four-week moving average, which aims to smooth volatility in the data, also increase.
The weekly report comes ahead of the government's Friday release of January nonfarm payrolls. Economists expect nonfarm payroll numbers to remain flat, while they expect a slight increase in the unemployment rate to 10.1% from 10%.
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
JSWSL [BSE 500228] BUY
CMP :1056 S/L 1030 TGT 1066-1077-1085
FOR DELIVERY S/L 930 TGT 1088-1120-1138
KSK [BSE 532997] BUY
CMP:175.30 S/L 165 TGT 180-184-188
KRPMIL [BSE 532889] BUY
CMP :114 S/L 106 TGT 118-122-126
PAREKH [BSE 506022] BUY
CMP: 222 S/L 211 TGT 227- 231- 236
MPHASIS [BSE 526299] BUY
CMP : 724 S/L 700 TGT 731- 740 - 745