After Thursday’s holiday, the NIFTY opened with a gap up but could not sustain and continued to drift lower finally closing down by 170 points or 2%. Indian markets are likely to follow signals given by the US markets. This means, if US moves higher, we are likely to move up. If the US moves down, chances are we will also fall. The lock down in India continues till April 14, Tuesday. Please remember that April 14 is also a holiday. Markets will be influenced by what happens when the lockdown due date approaches.
NIFTY Trading range:
The NIFTY appears to be moving inside a wide trading range with resistance at 8700 and support at 7500. The index closed at 8083. Any further decline will bring the NIFTY closer to the support zone. If this happens, we would view this as a trading opportunity to buy with proper stops. Buying should be done not when the markets is declining, but when the market falls and then stop falling.
Current levels are attractive for investors who wish to make small investment. Please treat this as one of many small investments of your investment. Markets could go lower; therefore you must have money to add to your position if there is another significant decline.
|TECHM||520.90||BUY||Intermediate trend is sideways while short term trend is up here. The price has seen a sharp decline and then find support around 500-510 levels. Should look for a buying opportunity at CMP with a stop loss of 507 and for the TGT of 550.|
|TATASTEEL||253.75||SELL||The immediate trend of the stock is weak . The stock can be sold at CMP with a stop loss of 260.50 and for the target of 238.|
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Source: Economic Times, Moneycontrol ,Business Today, Business Standard, Bloomberg Quint
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