Sunday, November 22, 2009

 

Indian stock market update as of 22 November 2009

So what happens next in the Indian stock market ? There are different predictions about what the future holds for the Indian stock market, but the different predictions are more about the short term. There are different indicators on whether for the short term, the markets have climbed up to a bubble level, or whether there are indeed reasons for such a jump. It is predicted that part of the growth in the US (the so called green shoots) have been over-inflated, and that growth in the US right now is nebulous, with it being a jobless recovery.
For the middle and long term however, things are much more positive, with the overall global economy having seen an uptick, and both India and China looking much more positive. India seems to have overcome the worry of a failed monsoon, although it is likely to impact Government policies in terms of foodstocks and its food imports. So what are the stocks to be watched out ?
1. Mahindra Ugine Steel Company Ltd (good for the medium and long term, but needs patience)
2. Ashiaana Housing (if housing market is not a bubble, then very good for the long term)
3. JBF Industries
4. Shilpa Medical (risky, but can grow multiple fold)
5. Elecon Engineering
6. Central bank of India

Also, started to look at more technical information. What is the difference between Technical and Fundamental Analysis (very briefly) ?
Fundamental Analysis is the study of the fundamentals of the market. Fundamentals are all things that affect the supply and demand of the underlying commodity.
Technical Analysis, on the other hand, is the study of the market based on a chart of its price data, and assumes that you can do some amount of prediction of the price and volume movements based on past trends.

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MARKET TODAY
Key benchmark indices are expected to open flat to positive on mixed global cues. The Nifty futures traded as SGX CNX Nifty Index Futures in Singapore were up 16 points to 5089. Volatility may continue as traders shuffle their positions ahead of Thursday's expiry of November series derivatives contracts. However, weakness in the Chinese markets, and uninspiring economic data from the U.S may weigh on sentiment.



According to data released by the NSE, in the last session, FIIs were sellers of index futures to the tune of Rs 250.25 crore and bought index options worth Rs 103.74 crore. They were net buyers of stock futures to the tune of Rs 78.10 crore while sold stock options worth Rs 116.45 crore


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MARKET TODAY
Key benchmark indices are likely to extend its previous session's losses after Dubai's debt problems revived concerns about the global financial system and rattled markets across Europe and Asia. The Nifty futures traded as SGX CNX Nifty Index Futures in Singapore were down 64 points to 4916. However market to remain weak during the trading session.



According to data released by the NSE, in the last session, FIIs were net sellers of index futures to the tune of Rs 948.38 crore and they bought index options worth Rs 1202.08 crore. They were net sellers of stock futures to the tune of Rs 60.47 crore and bought stock options worth Rs 17 crore.

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