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Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Market End Flat today @ Daily Stock Recommendations By Moneymaker


Benchmark indices shed early gains to end on a flat note with bank shares leading the decline as caution prevailed ahead of the expiry of February derivative contracts while concerns over Railway Budget and Union Budget kept risk-appetite subdued. The 30- share Sensex and the 50-share Nifty ended flat at the mark of 29,008 and 8,767 respectively. sectoral indices of BSE ended in green. BSE IT index, up 0.4% was the top gainer followed by BSE FMCG, Oil & Gas and Realty indices gaining around 0.3% each. BSE Healthcare index, down 1% was the top loser followed by BSE Capital Goods index, and Bankex down 0.7% each. Bank stocks led the losses in today’s session though housing finance major, HDFC gained around 3%. HDFC Bank, ended down 1.6%, ICICI Bank, down 0.7% and SBI and Axis Bank lost 0.3% each. Pharma stocks ended mixed with Sun Pharma and Dr Reddys Lab losing around 2% each while Cipla gained around.

Stock Recommendations
@ Buy Munjal Showa Above 220 Targets -222,224,226 SL-216.

@ Sell Patel Eng Below 90 Targets -89.1,88.2,87.3 SL-91.8.

@ Sell Astec Below 108 Targets-107,106,105 SL-110. 

Friday, 13 February 2015

Equity Market Weekly Wrap and Investment Ideas @ Moneymaker Advices


Weekly Wrap: - Indian equity markets registered impressive gains in the week ended Friday, 13 February 2015. The Sensex gained in four out of five trading sessions. The Sensex advanced 377.02 points or 1.31% to settle at 29,094.93. The Nifty rose 144.45 points or 1.66% to settle at 8,805.50. On the macro front, the rate of inflation based on the consumer price index (CPI) rose 5.11% in January 2015 compared with a 4.28% gain in December 2014.

Domestic and global macro-economic data, trend in global markets, investment by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) and domestic institutional investors (DIIs), the movement of rupee against the dollar and crude oil price movement will dictate trend on the bourses.

On The F&O Front : - Weekly data shows in the past trading sessions, we have seen strong Put writing in 8900/8800/8700 strikes & major Call build up at 9100\9000\8900 strikes indicating a positive bias for market, in the near term. On the Call front 9000 & on the Put front 8700 has the maximum OI. 8700 is playing the strong support for upside.

On Technical Front: - On Nifty weekly chart strong resistance is seen at 8890 if it breaks with high volume, more bullishness is expected. Nifty Directional: - Buy Nifty Future Above 8900 Target 8950, 9000 Stop Loss 8800.

Time Frame : – 1 Week 

Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Investmnet plan for NSE Metal Sector @ Advices By Moneymaker Research PVT LTD.



The steel industry and its related metallurgy and mining industries have witnessed quite a few
investments and developments in the recent past. Some of the notable investments are as
follows:

@ L&T Special Steels and Heavy Forgings have entered into a five-year technology transfer
agreement with Japan Steel Works. This agreement covers transfer of critical technology for
steel-melting and heavy forgings made from ingots weighing up to 200 tonnes and for the
hydrocarbon and thermal power sectors.

@ JSPL Group has commissioned a Greenfield 2 MT steel plant in Sohar, Oman at an
investment of US$ 800 million. The Greenfield unit will be one of the largest steel plants in the
Gulf region.

@ Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) has secured contracts for supplying over 117,000
tonnes of rails after successful bids for two global tenders floated by Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd
(RVNL), for major upcoming passenger rail line projects in India.

@ JSW Steel plans to commission Rs 4,500 crore (US$ 748.55 million) cold rolling mill
(CRM) at its integrated steel plant in Torangal, Karnataka. The unit, which will produce high-
strength auto-grade steel, has an installed capacity of 2.3 million tonnes per annum (MTPA).

@ Canada has invited Coal India Ltd (CIL) to explore mining opportunities in British
Columbia, as per Mr. Stewart Beck, Canadian High Commissioner in India.