Technical Trades -March 2014 & Webinar on Indian Election Results – Do they change Market Trends or Otherwise?

Although we had a cautious view on the Nifty at 6500-6550 the dip of 100 points did not see any follow up selling.

A break beyond 6600 can create some euphoric moves as well as at overbought levels of Nifty we generally see the action shifting to broader markets.

In the following report we discuss a few interesting technical trades.

Main Sections of the Report
1) Nifty Technical View
2) 4 Large Cap Trade Ideas.
3) 4 Mid Cap Trade Setups
4) 4 Interesting Small Cap Breakout trades.
5) Sector in focus for Long Term Turnaround and top investment in the sector.
6) Two High Risk High Return Punter Trades.


Also the report entitles you to a very detailed technical presentation on Indian Elections – Do they change Market Trends or Otherwise?

The presentation will be done online in a webinar ideally on March 23 or in a weekday in next week. Those who cannot attend will be able to watch the recording.

Topics in the Presentation
It is a detailed presentation on Indian Elections and market movements in 2004/2009 and the current scenario of 2014.

Was Black Monday on 17th May 2004, The Upper Circuit on18th May 2009 due to Indian Elections or a mix of Global Conditions?

What are the current global market trends and scenarios ?

We will be looking into charts of Sensex/Nifty for India. Hang Seng, Nikkei, Taiwan,KLSE in Asian Markets. CAC, DAX, FTSE in European Markets. Dow Jones in US markets. Others of Brazi,Russia,Argentina and other examples.

Indian Elections – Black Monday on 17th May on 2004?

How all global markets fell in April-May 2004?

Why 7 out of 10 markets were down on 17th May 2004

The upper circuit on 18th May 2009 was due to Indian Election results or Global Conditions ?

Performance of Midcap Index post Elections.

Discussion on Sectors that can outperform over next few years.

Technical View on CNX Midcap and BSE Smallcap.

20 yr CAGR of 9% how will the next 5 years be?

Long Term Technical projections for Sensex.


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All this at a small cost of Rs 999 only.


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Thanks and Regards,

Nooresh Merani

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Things to Note

 The report has been made on basis of technical analysis and in good faith.
 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  )
 Do not over-leverage.
 Also do take care of the risk management and keep a strict stoploss. If you cannot afford the stoploss don’t take the trade.
 One of the ideal ways to trade would be to book partial profits and keep trailing stoplosses to reduce risk and conserve profits.
 No trading strategy allocation has been advised as every trader may have a different style and methodology for allocation of funds.

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