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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Intraday stock tips for 31-July-2008

Intraday stock tips for 31-July-2008

Caution : Before Trading please aware the following major risks which may react sensex / nifty for sudden down or up.

Risk 1. Derivatives closing day

Risk 2. Crude oil price variation either UP or DOWN sharply.

Risk 3. Global market trends



1. Infosys : Buy at Rs. 1602, Target- Rs. 1624, Stop loss- Rs. 1580


2. ITC : Buy at Rs. 188.50 Target- Rs. 193, Stop loss- Rs. 185


3. Hindalco : Buy at Rs. 140, Target- Rs. 144.50, Stop loss- Rs. 137


4. DR Reddy : Buy at Rs. 586, Target- Rs. 594.50, Stop loss- Rs. 578



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Saturday, July 26, 2008

How do successful Traders Control Emotion ?

How do successful Traders Control Emotion ?

Great traders are often thought of as talented anticipators of direction or momentum, or as exceptionally skilled risk managers, which many are. But an oft-overlooked trait which should always be mentioned is the successful trader’s ability to control emotions.

Use your Head !

I definitely think every trader struggles with controlling our emotions from time to time, and it is one hurdle which trips up many would-be traders that never choose to get beyond it. And it is a choice - either you control your emotions, or your emotions control you.

I’ve traded in the same office with guys who broke keyboards over a $500 loss, and I’ve seen guys who can literally take a nap when up 6 figures on the day they are so cool, calm and relaxed - just total control. The difference between them wasn’t their account size either - it was in their minds.

Mapping a Path to Profits

I suppose the simplest approach for getting to where you want to be is that you seek to build that control over time. There’s a natural tendency to treat trading like watching a horse race and get excited or upset, depending upon the outcome.

However, the best traders have found the boundaries of their comfort zone, and they stay right on the edge of them. They know before they put on a trade what the worst-case scenario entails, and they proceed with the trade with that in mind, able to accept it if it happens. They stay within their risk limits by doing so. Further, they know that if they put on too much risk, they’ll not only lose more than they should, but they’ll likely make some poor choices along the way by focusing on the loss rather than making the best decision at any point along the way.

A great trader is able to think clearly from start to finish, and while there may be some mild irritation (enduring pullbacks), minor impatience (if the position stagnates), or slight satisfaction (as the trade begins to work), they avoid letting those emotions drive their behavior. They truly do stick with their plan, making modifications to it not on a whim, but only when absolutely necessary.

A Simple Solution

The best way to achieve that state of control is to chose to trade small enough that the outcome of any one trade doesn’t carry huge meaning. That will help to formulate a good habit of focusing on the trade, not the P&L (which is where emotions come from usually).

As you gain more control, you incrementally add more risk over time as you are comfortable, gradually increasing that comfort zone but not trying to achieve it overnight.

Develop good habits with small trades, and then slooooowly build your trade size along the way. If you strike the right balance between growth over time and clarity right now, you’ll be well on your way.


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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Intraday stock tips for 22-July-2008

Intraday stock tips for 22-July-2008

Caution : Before Trading please aware the following major risks which may react sensex / nifty for sudden down or up.

Risk 1. Political situation

Risk 2. Crude oil price variation either UP or DOWN sharply.

Risk 3. Global market trends


1. HDFC Bank : Sell at Rs. 1092, Target- Rs. 1065, Stop loss- Rs. 1110


2. ITC : Sell at Rs. 181, Target- Rs. 177 - 175, Stop loss- Rs. 185


3. ICICI : Sell at Rs. 643, Target- Rs. 628, Stop loss- Rs. 655



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Monday, July 21, 2008

Intraday stock tips for 21-JULY-2008

INTRADAY for 21-JULY-2008

Caution : Before Trading please aware the following major risks which may react sensex / nifty for sudden down or up.

Risk 1. Political situation

Risk 2. Crude oil price variation either UP or DOWN sharply.

Risk 3. Global market trends


1. ITC : Buy at Rs. 176.50, Target- Rs. 179.50, Stop loss- Rs. 175


2. SAIL : Sell at Rs. 127.50, Target- Rs. 122.50, Stop loss- Rs. 130


3. ICICI : Sell at Rs. 625, Target- Rs. 605, Stop loss- Rs. 645



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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Intraday and Short term stock tips for 16-July-2008

INTRADAY for 16-JULY-2008

Caution : Before Trading please aware the following major risks which may react sensex / nifty for sudden down or up.

Risk 1. Political situation

Risk 2. Crude oil price variation either UP or DOWN sharply.

Risk 3. Global market trends


1. ICICI : Buy at Rs. 516, Target- Rs. 535, Stop loss- Rs. 500


2. ITC : Buy at Rs. 157, Target- Rs. 161, Stop loss- Rs. 154


3. Patni : Buy at Rs. 237, Target- Rs. 244, Stop loss- Rs. 232


4. SAIL : Sell at Rs. 133.50, Target- Rs. 128.50, Stop loss- Rs. 137


5. Sterlite : Sell at Rs. 645, Target- Rs. 630, Stop loss- Rs. 660


Shorm Term Stock Tips for 16-July-2008:

There are some stocks which can buy in todays market down. One can look to buy into

1. AXIS bank

2. HDFC bank

3. Ranbaxy ( Risk takers can buy Ranbaxy at current market price )


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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Intraday and short term stock tips for 15-July-2008

INTRADAY for 15-JULY-2008

Caution : Before Trading please aware the following major risks which may react sensex / nifty for sudden down or up.

Risk 1. Political situation

Risk 2. Crude oil price variation either UP or DOWN sharply.

Risk 3. Global market trends



1. ICICI : Buy at Rs. 562, Target- Rs. 550, Stop loss- Rs. 572


2. ITC : Buy at Rs. 165, Target- Rs. 169, Stop loss- Rs. 161


3. Satyam : Buy at Rs. 398, Target- Rs. 405, Stop loss- Rs. 390


4. SAIL Sell at Rs. 137.50, Target- Rs. 133.50, Stop loss- Rs. 142


5. Tata Motors: sell at Rs. 407, Target- Rs. 398.50, Stop loss- Rs. 415


Shorm Term Stock Tips for 15-July-2008:

There are some stocks which can buy in todays market down. One can look to buy into

1. Chambal Fertilizers

2. BEML

3. SBI


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Monday, July 14, 2008

Intraday trading strategy for 14-July-2008

Intraday trading strategy for 14-July-2008

It is expected market may go down sharply with political uncertainty and Middle-East political problem and high Crude oil prices to new levels.

In the gap down volatile market it is hard to give intraday tips for short sell or long trades due to stoploss prices can trigger easily before reaching targets.

Even though there are some stocks which can give intraday buying opportunities as below.


1. TATA POWER : Buy range 935 - 950, stop loss 925


2. Axis Bank : Buy range 630 - 645, stop loss 620


3. Grasim : Buy range 1665 - 1680, stop loss 1645


4. IDEA : Buy range 79 -81, stop loss 77


5. Dr Reddy : Buy range 630 - 638, stop loss 625


Note: Try to buy these stocks at lower level in the given buy range. Please track nifty movements whether nifty can sustain levels of 3950 . In case it breaks it will test 3925 level. So at that level one can trade on the above stocks safely . But intraday target should be 1 -2 percentage after ur buy rate. dont expect much. There will be intraday volatility.


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Saturday, July 12, 2008

Basics Of Derivatives

Basics Of Derivatives:

When people think of stocks, bonds or Treasury bills, they can usually come up with a clear picture in their minds, and probably some examples as well. When the word is "derivatives", most people are lucky if they can conjure up anything but an indistinct fog.

Derivatives are generally placed in the realm of advanced or technical investing, but there is no reason why they should remain a mystery to common investors. This article will use a simple story of a fictional farm to explore the mechanics of derivatives.

The Definition
Derivatives are financial products with value that stems from an underlying asset or set of assets. These can be stocks, debt issues, or almost anything. A derivative's value is based on an asset, but ownership of a derivative doesn't mean ownership of the asset.

We will look at some examples.

The Future of Healthy Hen Farms
Gail, the owner of Healthy Hen Farms, is worried about the volatility of the chicken market with all the sporadic reports of bird flu coming out of the east. Gail wants a way to protect her business against another spell of bad news. Gail meets with an investor who enters into a futures contract with her.

The investor agrees to pay $30 per bird when the birds are ready for slaughter, say, in six months time, regardless of the market price. If, at that time, the price is above $30, the investor will get the benefit as he or she will be able to buy the birds for less than market cost and sell them onto the market at a higher price for a gain.

If the price goes below $30, then Gail will be receiving the benefit because she will be able to sell her birds for more than the current market price, or what she would have gotten for the birds in the open market.

By entering into a futures contract, Gail is protected from price changes in the market, as she has locked in a price of $30 per bird. She may lose out if the price flies up to $50 per bird on a mad cow scare, but she will be protected if the price falls to $10 on news of a bird flu outbreak.

By hedging with a futures contract, Gail is able to focus on her business and limit her worry about price fluctuations.

Swapping
Gail has decided that it's time to take Healthy Hen Farms to the next level. She has already acquired all the smaller farms near her and is looking at opening her own processing plant. She tries to get more financing, but the lender, Lenny, rejects her.

The reason is that Gail financed her takeovers of the other farms through a massive variable-rate loan and the lender is worried that, if interest rates rise, Gail won't be able to pay her debts. He tells Gail that he will only lend to her if she can convert the loan to a fixed-rate. Unfortunately, her other lenders refuse to change her current loan terms because they are hoping interest rates will increase too.

Gail gets a lucky break when she meets Sam, the owner of a chain of restaurants. Sam has a fixed-rate loan about the same size as Gail's and he wants to convert it to a variable-rate loan because he hopes interest rates will decline in the future.

For similar reasons, Sam's lenders won't change the terms of the loan. Gail and Sam decide to swap loans. They work out a deal by which Gail's payments go toward Sam's loan and his go toward Gail's loan. Although the names on the loans haven't changed, their contract allows them both to get the type of loan they want.

This is a bit risky for both of them because if one of them defaults or goes bankrupt, the other will be snapped back into his or her old loan, which may require a payment for which either Gail of Sam may be unprepared. But it allows for them to modify their loans to meet their individual needs.

Buying Debt
Lenny, Gail's financier, ponies up the additional capital at a favorable interest rate and Gail goes away happy. Lenny is pleased as well because his money is out there getting a return, but he is also a little worried that Sam or Gail may fail in their business.

To make matters worse, Lenny's friend Dale comes to him asking for money to start his own film company. Lenny knows Dale has a lot of collateral and that the loan would be at a higher interest rate because of the more volatile nature of the movie industry, so he's kicking himself for loaning all his capital to Gail.

Fortunately for Lenny, derivatives offer another solution. Lenny spins Gail's loan into a credit derivative and sells it to a speculator at a discount to the true value. Although Lenny doesn't see the full return on the loan, he gets his capital back and can issue it out again to his friend Dale.

Lenny likes this system so much that he continues to spin out his loans as credit derivatives, taking modest returns in exchange for less risk of default and more liquidity.

Options
Years later, Healthy Hen Farms is a publicly traded corporation (the ticker symbol is (obviously) HEN) and is America's largest poultry producer. Gail and Sam are both looking forward to retirement.

Over the years, Sam bought quite a few shares of HEN. In fact, he has more than $100,000 invested in the company. Sam is getting nervous because he is worried that some shock, another case of bird flu for example, might wipe out a huge chunk of his retirement money. Sam starts looking for someone to take the risk off his shoulders. Lenny, financier extraordinaire and an active writer of options, agrees to give him a hand.

Lenny outlines a deal in which Sam pays Lenny a fee to for the right (but not the obligation) to sell Lenny the HEN shares in a year's time at their current price of $25 per share. If the share prices plummet, Lenny protects Sam from the loss of his retirement savings.

Lenny is OK because he has been collecting the fees and can handle the risk. This is called a put option, but it can be done in reverse by someone agreeing to buy a stock in the future at a fixed price (called a call option).

The Happy Ending
Healthy Hen Farms remains stable until Sam and Gail have both pulled their money out for retirement. Lenny profits from the fees and his booming trade as a financier.

In this ideal tale, you can see how derivatives can move risk (and the accompanying rewards) from the risk averse to the risk seekers . Although Warren Buffett once called derivatives, "financial weapons of mass destruction", derivatives can be very useful tools, provided they are used properly. Like all other financial instruments, derivatives have their own set of pros and cons, but they also hold unique potential to enhance the functionality of the the overall financial system.

Posted by: Srikanthbabu Kaliki
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Thursday, July 10, 2008

Intraday stock tips for 10-July-2008

INTRADAY for 10-JULY-2008


1. ABB : Sell at Rs. 920, Target- Rs. 900, Stop loss- Rs. 935


2. BHEL : Sell at Rs. 1560, Target- Rs. 1510, Stop loss- Rs. 1580


3. SBI : Sell at Rs. 1230, Target- Rs. 1200, Stop loss- Rs. 1250


4. ICICI : sell at Rs. 615, Target- Rs. 595, Stop loss- Rs. 630



Caution : Before Trading please aware the following major risks which may react sensex / nifty for sudden down or up.

Risk 1. Any political high drama.

Risk 2. Crude oil price variation either UP or DOWN side.

Risk 3. Global market trends



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Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Short term & intraday stock tips for 09-July-2008

Short term stock tips for 09-July-2008

1. Infotech Enterprises

LTP : 229.95 (08-07-2008)


Buy at : 225 - 232


Target : 265 (short term)


Stop loss : 210



2. UCO bank

LTP : 29.50 (08-07-2008)


Buy at : 28.50 - 30.50


Target : 34 (short term)


Stop loss : 240


INTRADAY for 09-JULY-2008


1. ICICI : Buy at Rs. 600, Target- Rs. 620, Stop loss- Rs. 590


2. Ranbaxy : Buy at Rs. 525, Target- Rs. 533, Stop loss- Rs. 517


3. Infosys : buy at Rs. 1739, Target- Rs. 1765, Stop loss- Rs. 1725


4. Hindalco : sell at Rs. 149.50, Target- Rs. 145, Stop loss- Rs. 152


5. ITC : Buy at Rs. 172, Target- Rs. 175.50, Stop loss- Rs. 169


Caution : Before Trading please aware the following major risks which may react sensex / nifty for sudden down or up.

Risk 1. Any political high drama.

Risk 2. Crude oil price variation either UP or DOWN side.

Risk 3. Global market trends



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Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Intraday stock tips for 08-July-2008

Intraday stock tips for 08-July-2008

Caution : Before Trading please aware the following major risks which may act sensex / nifty for sudden down or up.

Risk 1. Any political high drama.

Risk 2. Crude oil price variation either UP or DOWN side.

Risk 3. Global market conditions


INTRADAY for 08-JULY-2008


1. BHEL : Sell at Rs. 1465, Target- Rs. 1434, Stop loss- Rs. 1475


2. Ranbaxy : Buy at Rs. 531, Target- Rs. 544, Stop loss- Rs. 525


3. Satyam : buy at Rs. 480, Target- Rs. 488, Stop loss- Rs. 475


4. Hindalco : buy at Rs. 141, Target- Rs. 144.50, Stop loss- Rs. 139


5. ZEE Enter : Sell at Rs. 196, Target- Rs. 190, Stop loss- Rs. 200


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Monday, July 7, 2008

Intraday stock tips for 07-July-2008

Intraday stock tips for 07-July-2008

1. UNITECH Buy at Rs. 167 Target 172 Stoploss 164

2. ICICI Buy at Rs. 604 Target Rs. 614 Stoploss Rs. 598

2. HDIL Buy at Rs. 414 Target Rs. 425 Stoploss Rs. 408



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Sunday, July 6, 2008

Stop Loss Discussion

Stop Loss Discussion

* A stop loss is your emergency exit, your safety net, your plan B when things don’t work out quite like you had planned.

* Even if you’ve never been taught how to set stops or an approach to determining which levels could serve as locations for your stops, choosing an arbitrary price to set your stop is better than not having one at all. Deciding on stop loss levels will largely depend on a couple of factors: the individual stock in question’s personality, and the overall market’s behavior at that time. Taking those into consideration should help you gauge an appropriate spot for an exit, which also is related to position sizing.

* Capital preservation is a priority to traders, but even longer-term investors would be better off incorporating some risk management elements into their plan. It all boils down to respecting the market and setting that ego aside. Your need to be “correct” can become costly if you allow it. So respect the market, or it will force you to respect it! We have to accept some level of risk in order to profit in the market, but even a small measure of humility should be a part of the plan because your timing may be off.

* Consider setting multiple stops for a longer-term position so that you won’t get shaken out on a small dip but at worst you’ll be reducing your position size as the stock moves against you. Your final stop would be in an area that on the chart it’s clear the entire trade has reversed course. Partial sales offer a lot of freedom, so remember that you don’t have to be “all in” or “all out” of a position. Scale out appropriately to reduce risk when you see fit.

* You don’t have to win on every trade, so look at stop loss orders as a way to protect your long term odds of success. Give yourself the best chance of profiting over time by preventing big hits to your account. You want to avoid ever going from stockholder to STUCKholder! Getting deep in the hole on any trade or investment costs you opportunity elsewhere, along with costing you your objectivity. All of us are wrong from time to time in the market, but the best traders know how to limit the damage done when they are wrong. The stop loss allows you to emulate that trait.

* Today’s commission rates are low enough that it’s sensible to use stops and then re-enter the stock later if you see fit. Stated otherwise, it’s easy to reverse that sale and quite inexpensive to do so.

* Every broker offers at least a basic stop loss order, with many brokers (including mine) now offering advanced order types which let you specify multiple conditions that must be met before your stop order gets triggered. That’s a huge tool for today’s traders and investors, so use conditional orders if they’re available to you.

The bottom line is this: small losses are the key to long-term success, whether you’re an investor or a trader. The stop loss order exists for the very purpose of limiting your “wrongs,” so use them!

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Friday, July 4, 2008

Intraday stock tips for 04-july-2008

Intraday stock tips for 04-July-2008

Caution :
Before buying please aware the following major risks which may drag sensex / nifty suddenly down. Apart from these risks one can hold these fundamental sound stocks for future.

Risk 1. Political uncertainty.

Risk 2. If crude oil prices breaks 146 dollars then it is negative for market.

Risk 3. If Inflation is above 12% then negative for banks, construction and real estate sectors.

Risk 4. Global economical recession / slowdown. or Global stock market weakness.


INTRADAY for 04-JULY-2008


1. SAIL : Sell at Rs. 131.50, Target- Rs. 126, Stop loss- Rs. 135


2. ITC : Buy at Rs. 169.00, Target- Rs. 173, Stop loss- Rs. 167


3. Hindalco: Buy at Rs. 136, Target- Rs. 140, Stop loss- Rs. 133


NIFTY OPTION's Trading tip for 04-july-2008

Those who want less risk can buy both nifty call and put option each one lot (50).

Buy one nifty 3700 put option at 110 and Nifty 4100 call option at 85.

Book profit in put option if nifty goes to 3700 -3750 and wait for market recovery to sell your call option.


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Thursday, July 3, 2008

Short term stock tips for 03-July-2008

Short term stock tips for 03-July-2008

Caution : Before buying please aware the following major risks which may drag sensex / nifty suddenly down. Apart from these risks one can hold these fundamental sound stocks for future.

Risk 1. Political uncertainty.

Risk 2. If crude oil prices breaks 145 dollars then it is negative for market.

Risk 3. If Inflation is above 12% then negative for banks, construction and real estate sectors.

Risk 4. Global economical recession / slowdown. or Global stock market weakness.

Short term stock tips for 03-July-2008

1. AUROBINDO PHARMA

LTP : 275.25 (02-07-2008)


Buy at : 265 - 270


Target : 300 (short term)


Stop loss : 245



2. Lanco Infra (LITL)

LTP : 270.85 (02-07-2008)


Buy at : 257 - 267


Target : 295 (short term)


Stop loss : 240



INTRADAY for 03-JULY-2008


1. RPL : Buy at Rs. 172, Target- Rs. 177, Stop loss- Rs. 169


2. ITC : Buy at Rs. 177.50, Target- Rs. 182, Stop loss- Rs. 175


3. TATA MOTORS: Sell at Rs. 412, Target- Rs. 404, Stop loss- Rs. 416


Posted by: Srikanthbabu Kaliki

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Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Short term stock tips for 01-July-2008

Short term stock tips for 01-July-2008

Caution : Before buying please aware the following major risks which may drag sensex / nifty suddenly down. Apart from these risks one can hold these fundamental sound stocks for future.

Risk 1. Government may fall at any time if left party removes support to congress govt.

Risk 2. If crude oil prices crosses 143 dollars then it is negative for market.

Risk 3. If Inflation is above 11% then negative for banks,construction and real estate sectors.

Risk 4. Global economical recession / slowdown. or Global stock market weakness.

Short term stock tips for 01-July-2008

1. GVK power


LTP : 34.45 (30-06-2008)


Buy at : 34 - 35


Target : 39 (short term)


Stop loss : 32



2. IDBI

LTP : 64.35 (30-06-2008)


Buy at : 62 - 64


Target : 70 (short term)


Stop loss : 58



INTRADAY for 26-JUNE-2008


1. Hindalco: Buy at Rs. 142.40, Target- Rs. 145.50, Stop loss- Rs. 140


2. Nalco : Buy at Rs. 351, Target- Rs. 358, Stop loss- Rs. 347


3. Wipro: Buy at Rs. 440, Target- Rs. 445, Stop loss- Rs. 437


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