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Nifty 50 Price action analysis on Recent rally in Indian Stock market

Stocks that doubled when Nifty rallied to 11000

By Trading Predator January 31st, 2018 No Comments

The Indian stock market was extremely bullish which was showcased by the significant rally of Nifty 50 Index, some stocks almost doubled when Nifty reached an All-time high of 11,000. Market experts believe that rally was due to sustained liquidity from both domestic investors and Foreign Institutional Investors. Overseas investors and domestic funds have poured

Rising Nifty and Stock Prices making investors worried and causing Put - call ratio to rise

What is Put – Call Ratio and what does it says about Nifty?

By Trading Predator January 19th, 2018 No Comments

There are many signals and indicators high-lighting that stock market might be overbought. As most of my readers know, I am not a big fan of Indicators but Market sentiment is something we can’t ignore and we must pay attention to sentiment indicators which have good probability of anticipating future market directions. Put call ratio

Nifty 50 Price action shows bulls making an attempt to Push the Prices higher - Will they succeed?

What’s happening in Nifty 50 – Will the buying pressure sustains?

By Trading Predator November 30th, 2017 No Comments

It’s been a while since I wrote about Nifty 50 – After my previous article which I wrote couple of months ago, Nifty and its counter part sensex experienced a rise in Volatility and decline in FII investments. It precisely happened when the bench mark crossed 10000 psychological level. Nifty 50 Price action Analysis on

Global indices are making highs as well

Nifty 50 is an Interesting Price action to Observe

By Trading Predator May 26th, 2017 No Comments

Higher highs followed by minor correction and sudden rallies (Crowd buyers in rush) – these are the Price action characteristics of Nifty 50 (since March 2017). It defied many analyst calls for overvalued markets and correction. This single instance proves how tough it can be to predict the markets! It’s always a losing proposition, As