On last Wednesday Nifty 50 shares have made historical close of 9,532 levels. Though Nifty went less than a percentage from it’s record high, there are 38 shares which went down more than Nifty. Is Nifty shares not supporting the Index? Is Nifty drifting away from record high?Read more
On Friday Nifty 50 Manage to close well above the 7500 mark though the most part of the week was in the high volatile days. Last week Nifty has formed Doji pattern in the candlestick. Dojo was one of the indecisive pattern, this week’s close with big candle body gives clear direction and confidence in the market. With this positive close, Nifty 50 creates Morning Doji Start pattern in the weekly candlestick chart. The Morning Doji Star in one the reliable pattern when it forms in the down trend.Read more
On a weekly basis Nifty has closed with 15 points down. In the weekly candlestick chart, Nifty has formed long shadow with thin body doji. Typically doji means the indecisiveness in the direction. Doji in the bottom can be seen as trend reversal. It has high posibility that current down trend may reverse.Read more
In the year 2015, it was Small & Midcap companies who outperformed the Blue chip companies from Nifty 50 shares. The same happened even with mutual fund companies, where the return from Small & Midcap based funds have outperformed Index based funds.
The Nifty 50 index has closed the year 2015 with negative return of -3.10%. However for the same period Nifty Next 50 and the Nifty Midcap 50 index have given positive return of 9.72% and 3.72% respectively.
Things have changed over the last two weeks trading in 2016. The Small and Midcap companies are going down more than blue chip companies. Year to date, Nifty has given the negative return of 7.69% where as the Small and Midcap index have given negative return of 10.50% & 14.96% respectively. There is a shift in sentiment where the sellers are trying to take money out from profitable trades.Read more
In the last two day’s Nifty went down from 7963 levels to 7784 levels. During the last weeks the stocks were trading with thin volume without major market player’s participants. As of last Friday, there were 64% of the Nifty 50 shares were trading positive, 12% of the stocks were in range bound and only 6% of the stocks were in bearish. But as of today there are only 28% of the stocks in bullish and another 28% in range bound and 44% of those are in deep red.Read more