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The Moneycontrol Podcast is your daily source of business news, investment analysis and advice on stocks and the markets. Tune in to broaden your horizons with podcasts by journalists, experts and analysts giving you a head-start in the investment game.
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The Nifty has maintained its higher top higher bottom formation on the monthly charts and it has once again formed the same pattern on the weekly as well as on daily charts after the correction which has happened in the last 2 weeks. It shows a strong bullish undertone of the market for the medium to long term. A couple of days back, we have seen that on the daily time frame, the Nifty has formed a change in polarity structure near the 14700 – 14500 range and bounced back sharply after bottoming out near these levels which indicates the 14700 – 14500 range will act as a crucial support zone in the future. On the indicator front, the index remains above the long-term moving averages of 50 Day 100 Day and 200 Day SMA. The RSI plotted on the medium and long term time frame can be seen rising that indicates that the medium and long term trend of the index remains bullish. The key support levels to watch for in the short term are 15017 (20 Day SMA) and 14750 (previous swing high) followed by 14467 (Swing Low) On the upside, the key resistance levels are 15431 (All-Time High), and if the index sustains above this level, we might see the Nifty50 heading higher towards 15910 (78.6% extension level of the rise from 13596-15431 projected form 14467) and eventually 16303 (100% extension level of the rise from 13596-15431 projected form 14467).
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The Nifty50 after forming a bullish Harami candlestick pattern on the daily chart has witnessed a strong rally for two consecutive days. Benchmark index on 03rd March has witnessed a smaller degree consolidation range breakout above 15,100 levels on the daily time frame. As prices have neglected its short-term negative set up by giving a closing above the resistance zone which forced the index to close above its 21-Day exponential moving average (EMA) on the daily time frame. Momentum oscillator RSI (14) is reading near 60 levels in a higher low formation on the daily interval which positive crossover on the cards. INDIA VIX on 03rd March slipped more than 6 percent and closed below 23 levels. Recently, the VIX index witnessed a breakout above 25 levels but couldn’t hold on to it and created a whipsaw and drift below the 25 levels on the daily chart. Indicator reading near 60 levels as well as prices is trading above its 21-Day EMA, all this positive technical setup indicates 15600 is soon very achievable for the Nifty50 in the near term.
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Bulls made a smart comeback in the last two sessions after Indian markets witnessed a deep cut in the week gone by. Nifty managed to surpass 14,900 on the back of short-covering done by Call writers at 14,800 strike. On the technical front, the index almost made a V-shape recovery after testing the 14,470 mark on the downside where it took support at its 50-day exponential moving average on the daily charts. At the current juncture, Call writers are seen shifting to 15,000 strike which should act as an immediate hurdle for Nifty while on the downside 14,800 and 14,700 will act as crucial support for the index. For the upcoming sessions, we expect volatility to grip the market and a seesaw move in Nifty and Bank Nifty. Traders should keep stock-specific action on the radar with bias likely to remain in favour of bulls as long as Nifty holds above 14,700 level.
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On February 1, Nifty formed a bullish inside candle which is also known as Harami candlestick pattern. However, the overall formation still looks weak on the daily charts and it is advisable to remain stock-specific bullish with protective stop losses. After the recent fall from the highs, Nifty is now trading below its 5, 10 and 20 days EMA. By breaching the crucial support of 14,635, Nifty has also confirmed the bearish formation of lower top and lower bottom on the daily chart. On February 26, Nifty formed a bearish island reversal pattern on the daily charts. This formation usually leads to a sharp downside post breaking the low of the candle and it has not been breached as of yet. Nifty is yet to break below the support of 55 days EMA, placed at 14,315 odd levels. The 55-day EMA acted as a bullish reversal during the correction seen before Budget. There has also been the support derived from the upward sloping trend-line adjoining the major bottoms since March 2020 bottom on Nifty weekly charts. The trendline support is currently placed at 14,350 odd levels, which also coincides with the partially filled gap support placed between 14,336 and 14,469. India VIX has reached above 28, its highest level in the last eight months. VIX index has also started sustaining above its 200 DMA which is a bearish sign for the markets.
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Last week, Nifty sneaked below its recent swing low of 14,635 on a closing basis. This led to the confirmation of the first sign of trend reversal in the form of ‘lower top lower bottom’ on the daily timeframe chart. The weekly chart had shown some exhaustion in the previous week as we observed fatigue around the strong resistance zone of 15,380 – 15,500 which is the 161 percent 'golden ratio’ of the entire fall from January 2020 highs to March 2020 lows. Looking at the price structure, we expect this correction to extend towards 14,200 – 14,000 levels first. The level of 14,000 would be seen as crucial trendline support and a breach of this would open up further space towards 13,700 – 13,500. We would be closely observing how the index behaves around 14,000 this week. The short-term tide has turned downwards and the view will remain intact as long as 15,200 is not broken. On the immediate basis, 14,750 – 14,920 are to be seen as stiff hurdles. The larger degree uptrend is still very much intact.
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Nifty ended with a gain of 0.77 percent at 15,097.35 on February 25. On the daily timeframe, we can see that the index has formed a bottom near 14,600. This is close to the 14,730-mark which is a 38.2 percent retracement level of the rise from 13,596-15,431. On the indicator front, the index remains above the long-term moving averages of 50-day, 100-day and 200 -day SMA. The RSI plotted on the medium and the short-term charts can be seen rising, indicating that the medium and short-term trend of the index remains bullish. On the upside, the key resistance levels are 15,276 (Feb 9, 2021 high). If the index sustains above this level, we might see it head higher towards the lifetime high of 15,431 and eventually 15,838 (138.2 percent extension level of the rise from 13,131-14,753, projected from 13,596). The key support levels to watch out for in the short-term are 14,635 (weekly low), followed by 14,297 (61.8 percent retracement level of the rise from 13,596-15,431).
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Apurwa Anand

the narrator seems to be in a hurry and uses too many filler words. I preferred Sakchi Batra's narration.

Jan 27th
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Jan 3rd
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Shahbaz Khan

There's error in facts. He said "RLD led by Tejashwi, it's RJD. RLD is another party by Ajit Singh

Oct 17th
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Rajesh Kannan

👌

Sep 10th
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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
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Bhavani Shankar

Beautiful Narration

Jun 26th
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Vijay Adhitya

voice is too low 🤐

Jun 24th
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Manjunatha Bhatta

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

Jun 15th
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Manjunatha Bhatta

can somebody count "when we talk about"?

Jun 15th
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Tulasidhar Dronamraju

very nice by our rgm Sandip

May 15th
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Tulasidhar Dronamraju

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

May 7th
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Manjunatha Bhatta

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

Apr 28th
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Ashu language learner

Hi guys good morning everyone

Apr 15th
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Ashu language learner

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

Apr 13th
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flotsamjetsam

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
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Mandeep Sahni

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

Mar 25th
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good podcast. you guys are great at the job

Dec 31st
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sum black

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

Dec 18th
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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
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