Thursday, 20 March 2014

Intraday calls for 20-3-2014

Markets likely to Open Flat,resistance for nifty at 6560

No pre Market call for the day.

Continue to Hold Hindalco for further target of 122.7 stoploss at 115.7

If Markets recover later during the day,Buy Apollo Tyres at dip.

Calls are purely based on technicals,note that technicals only give direction,but doesnt assure returns.


20 comments:

  1. hari sir, at what level I can exit jk tyres bought at 160...thank u
    ganesh

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    1. Hello ganesh,its showing weakness,exit it for now on rise partially,can do well in short term

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  2. Hello Hari Sir,
    I am not a Trader yet, but still i'm following your blog since last 4 months..
    i am also intrested in trading , i'm trying to collect more information about this field and also finding good online broker..
    hope you will guide when i also will be a trader ... :)

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    1. Hello Manish.I shall Help you for sure.Good luck

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  3. hari sir. please suggest on jk tyres??

    ganesh

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    1. Its trading at support zone,for now exit on rise and re enter if 158 is broken

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  4. Sir your view on Idea for short term

    Samson

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    1. Hello samson,its value buy for short term

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  5. Hariji thanks for Hindalco and Apollo tips,made huge figures,take a bow,god bless

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  6. sir shal we book profits in Hindalco,bought at 115 as per your call

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    1. Book partial profits and hold for now

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  7. sirji great calls.Thanks.regards.roy

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  8. THANK YOU
    DSTTA

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  9. sir your view on Cement sector

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  10. Only selected scrips have participated in rally,see limited downside from here,fundamentals still remain weak.

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  11. Hari ji

    Kindly share your views on Tata Global. Holding @ 144

    regards
    SDatta

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  12. Hello Hari,

    How is SAIL Looking on the charts? Can we enter it?

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