I had post a chart for granules few days back.The right time it seems to buy is now once it crosses 800.cmp 790 once it crosses 800 momentum should build up and take it higher 50-60 pts.
Friday, November 21, 2014
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Tril posted as a buy at 177 quoted a high of 196 today.11% in two days.Long positions can still be held on to for short term target 202 medium term :205.
Posted by Abhishek Mittal at 8:13 PM
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Posted by Abhishek Mittal at 1:07 AM
Posted by Mamta at 12:47 AM
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
When I see at this chart closely, it seems that just inner wave (3) of bigger 3 is in progress and inner wave (4) and (5) of bigger 3 followed by bigger 4 and bigger 5 is still pending. I will hold my full position till the end of bigger wave 3 or till my trailing stoploss hits. Will cover my 50% at end of big wave 3 and will hold rest 50% for bigger wave 5.
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Posted by Deepak Kumar at 4:25 AM
Monday, November 3, 2014
By analyzing every probability and analyzing all higher degree, lower degree and lowest degree waves, it seems a correction from 8359 to 8418 levels. Correction may be of 70 to 120 points or till 8000. Nifty can be sold lightly at top after seeing the waves and downward reaction with stoploss. But never trade without stoploss as Nifty can go very higher if it is wave (3) started from 7986. Trading light in 8250 and 8200 put would be safer for low risk trades.
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Tuesday, October 28, 2014
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Posted by Deepak Kumar at 9:11 PM