Periodic Call Auction for illiquid scrips- January 2014. 1800 scrips out of the illiquid list.

In our previous article on this topic we had mentioned how the Periodic Call Auction system was anti – investor and that rationalization of illiquid scrips was a step in the right direction finally !!


This is the article -

SEBI – Rationalization of Periodic Call Auction for Illiquid Scrips.


The new circular is out and can be seen on this link - Periodic Call Auction for illiquid scrips

The list of illiquid scrips as per the new criteria is as below. This would be effective from from January 13.



The list of illiquid scrips as per the old criteria in October 2013 is as below.




  • In the October list there were almost 2337 illiquid scrips.
  • In the new January list it has shrunk to 458 scrips only.
  • This implies almost 1879 scrips are out of the illiquid segment.


This opens up a lot of quality stocks to be traded in a better way. Hopefully by end of the week we will try to come out with a selection of interesting stocks from the new 1800 odd scrips.


Do have a look at our recent report – Technical Trades January


Main Sections of the Report

1) Nifty Technical View
2) BSE MIDCAP and BSE SMALLCAP INDICES – A new trend emerging

3) Large Cap Trade Setups
4) Top Technical Trading Setups in Midcaps/Smallcaps.
5) Two Penny Picks / Smallcap Ideas

6) Two Value Picks with long term view.

This is just a one time report as before but we do at times send some additional picks via e-mail to the subscribers.

Past Performance is not a guarantee to the future. ( so even I have been wrong many a times before its not necessary I ll be again and vice versa :))

This is the post on the performance of our discussed stocks in Technical Trades – December 2013 report

Performance Report – Technical Trades December 2013

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