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Bulls back on D-Street and must be saying Thank God its Friday! Indian market recouped most of the losses on Friday recorded in the previous session. The S&P BSE Sensex rallied over 800 points while Nifty50 reclaimed 11000 levels.     Let’s look at the final tally on D-Street – the S&P BSE Sensex was up 835 points to 37388 while the Nifty50 was up 244 points to close at 11050.
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Bears ruled the street as Nifty nosedived 326 points on September 24. The bullish setup was under threat on the back of multiple bearish divergences and rising trendline breakdown. The six days of continuous fall have placed the index near short-term support levels and a mild pullback can be expected in the coming trading sessions though the selling pressure cannot be ruled out at higher levels. As per the Fibonacci theory, the key low of August 3 at 10,882 has been touched on the lower side which indicates that the medium-term trend is favouring the bears and any pullback is likely to see supply pressure. The level of 10,737 is likely to act as a support for the next few days and a bounceback till 10,980 can be expected. The index is trading near 261.8 percent Fibonacci projected level, based on the previous week's trading range, suggesting that bears might take a breather.
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It was a complete carnage on D-Street as the S&P BSE Sensex plunged more than 1000 points while the Nifty50 broke below crucial support placed at 11000-10900 levels.     The market slipped in the red for the 6th consecutive day in a row to record the biggest losing streak in 7 months. The Nifty index is trading at levels which was last seen in July.
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On September 23, the benchmark index witnessed a gap up opening and retested the trendline resistance formed on an hourly timeframe. A strong pullback in the final hour of the trading session got the index near its yesterday's close and made it shut the day with a marginal loss. The worldwide concerns over the COVID-19, September expiry rollovers and growth worries kept the domestic market under pressure. Since May 28, 2020, Nifty has never closed below its 50-day exponential moving average on the daily chart. But in the last couple of trading sessions, the index closed below its 50-day EMA which is a sign of concern in the coming trading sessions. The index has formed smaller degree rounding top formation on the daily timeframe. A break below 11,000 will open the gate for another 3 to 4 percent fall in the index. An unexpected fall has signalled a weakening uptrend and a stop should be placed for any longs.
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Indian market fell for the 5th consecutive day in a row on Wednesday but managed to recoup a lot of losses which was a positive sign for the bulls. The S&P BSE Sensex was down by about 1 percent closed with marginal losses.     Let’s look at the final tally on D-Street – the S&P BSE Sensex fell 65 points to 37,668 while the Nifty50 was down 21 points to 11,131.
Indian markets fell for the fourth consecutive session on Tuesday with Nifty slipping near 11,150, with constant selling seen in Bank Nifty. Among the sectors, IT and pharma witnessed some buying interest, while banking, financials, metal and energy counters witnessed sharp selloff. On the derivative front, call writers were seen active at 11,200, 11,300 and 11,400 strikes while put unwinding was witnessed at 11,200 strikes. Technical setup and derivative data suggest that selling pressure may persist as far Nifty is trading below 11,400. On the downside, 11,000 would act as immediate support for the market, below which further long unwinding could be witnessed which can further drag the index towards 10,850 levels as well. Traders are advised to remain cautious as uncertainty on the global front could further dampen the sentiment on local bourses as well.
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Indian market fell for the fourth consecutive day in a row on Tuesday following muted global cues to hit a 7-week low. The S&P BSE Sensex plunged by 300 points while the Nifty50 closed below 11200 levels.     Let’s look at the final tally on D-Street – the S&P BSE Sensex was down 300 points to 37,734 while the Nifty50 fell 96 points to close at 11,153.
On September 15, SEBI ruled that multi-cap mutual fund schemes will have to invest at least 25 percent each in large-cap, mid-cap and small-cap stocks. This has thrown a lot of multi-cap funds in a tizzy as many have always invested a significant chunk in large-cap stocks and very little or negligible money in small-cap stocks. Swarup Mohanty, chief executive officer of Mirae Asset Global Investments (India) talks to Kayezad E. Adajania, Moneycontrol’s personal finance editor on this podcast episode of Simply Save to guide investors on what the fate of these funds are.
Nifty plunged 2.21 percent on September 21, which is the highest one-day fall since May 18, 2020. Bank Nifty continued to underperform and plunged 3.36 percent to close at 21,290. Bank Nifty has reached the lowest level since August 3, 2020, while Nifty is at the lowest level since August 14. Nifty attempted a recovery but failed to surpass the high, which was made on August 31. So, the bearish engulfing pattern registered on the week ended September 4 is intact and bearish implications of the same still hold. The level of 11,794 seems to have become the medium-term top for the Nifty. Technicals are indicating that Nifty is headed for the healthy correction this time. The index failed to hold above the 50 percent retracement of the recent recovery seen from 11,185 to 11,618. This setup shows that recent recovery from 11,185 was just a dead cat bounce in the overall down-trend.
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Tracking weak global cues, as well as rising fears of a second wave of COVID-19 related cases that could lead to further shutdown across the globe hurt investor sentiment on Monday and led to profit-taking at higher levels.     The S&P BSE Sensex plunged more than 800 points while the Nifty50 failed to hold on to 11300 levels but took support near 11250.
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Nifty doesn't have enough strength to go pass the sturdy wall of 11,650-11,700 soon. It must either go through some time-wise or price-wise correction before heading towards the 12,000-mark. We observed a 'Bearish Wolfe’ pattern on the hourly chart at the end of last Wednesday's session. The said pattern proved its worth as we witnessed some hiccups towards the later part of the last week. Since, the overall undertone is strongly bullish, as of now, there are no signs of complete sell-off rather it can be interpreted as small profit-taking. For this week, 11,600-11,650-11,700 remains to be a cluster of resistance, whereas, on the lower side, 11,450-11,380 are crucial support. A breach below these points would result in an extended correction in our market. In the last three weeks, we had a couple of reality checks which may be seen in the moves, going forward.
Comments (72)

Rajesh Kannan


Sep 10th

Apurwa Anand

thank u for the high quality audio.. very much appreciated

Aug 19th
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Mahak Ghai

Please go little bit slow.

Jul 13th

Bhavani Shankar

Beautiful Narration

Jun 26th

Vijay Adhitya

voice is too low 🤐

Jun 24th

Manjunatha Bhatta

kill 50000 kids? you are giving misleading info. you sound as if Covid is going to kill directly..crazy

Jun 15th

Manjunatha Bhatta

can somebody count "when we talk about"?

Jun 15th

Tulasidhar Dronamraju

very nice by our rgm Sandip

May 15th

Tulasidhar Dronamraju

audio doesn't seem to be good in this edition.

May 7th

Manjunatha Bhatta

Russia has daily rise? Everywhere there is rise. You mean highest? Get better

Apr 28th


Hi guys good morning everyone

Apr 15th


I m new hare I don't have much knowledge about this app

Apr 13th


I am an old time listener of this podcast... don't listen to it much now. this is the time rakesh should have been there though. I really miss his work. it would have had so much more clarity if he was doing these podcasts every day. alas.

Mar 25th

Mandeep Sahni

Very useful and informative episode on #moneycontrol #Podcast in current scenario. #PodcastRecommendations #Business #News

Mar 25th


good podcast. you guys are great at the job

Dec 31st

sum black

अबे nicely put and beautifully put रट के आया है क्या । नई नई English सीखी है क्या भड़वे ।

Dec 18th

Yashodha Patil

hey, I'm just getting interested in football, didn't get a word what you guys were saying 😂😂. please help me to find out more about it .

Nov 11th

manish jain

You can slow it down a bit. The show is pretty pacey for a news show. Bonus feedback - please get rid of rock intro music. It's end of the day. Take clues from 3 things by Indian express.

Oct 23rd


Just where is Rakesh??? These podcasts are not the same without him. Unsubscribing

Oct 17th

Hemang malik

A knowledgeable podcast!👍

Oct 15th
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