Rajiv Nagpal
Market Expert
New Delhi
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Equity investors are in the constant quest for a sector that will fetch them extraordinary returns.

SIP it, but don’t seal it

Unlike in developed countries, where retail investors make equity investments largely through qualified professionals or institutions, in India, most investors prefer to take things in their hand a

Wait for Nifty to settle in a range

Until a fortnight back, the market almost belonged to the buyers of call options. However, the scene has changed last week.

Correction & consolidation

Index movement shows we just had a bearish week. The Nifty ended last week with a loss of 1.25 per cent. Despite this, the sentiment, however, was more or less intact in the broader market.

Stay with covered calls

Call option-holders were at a clear advantage last week, as the Nifty broke its previous high and gained more weight in a short span of time.

Earnings lift market sentiment

Last week saw a marked improvement in market sentiment. The movement of the index was distinctly positive and the market breadth was good for the large part of the week.

Review, Restructure, Rebalance

It is not common to see fear, greed and hope walking hand in hand on Dalal Street. At any point, the Street is dominated by either one, or even two, of the sentiments.

Short-term charts indicate a higher probability of correction in the next three to four sessions

Having just three full trading sessions, the market was expected to witness lacklustre trading, given the holiday mood prevailed on the street.

Stay with covered call strategy

While the Nifty closed last week with nearly 2 per cent gain, the confidence level in the market was rather weak.

Stay with covered call strategy

After staying below its 50-day moving average (DMA) for seven trading sessions, the Nifty finally climbed above the average on Friday. This was a key move for the index.