Expect the unexpected is one of the basic principles of trading. That is just what happened last week when Britain voted to move out of the European Union
Last week was a highly volatile one in which probably all the patterns emerged on the candle-stick charts. A gap down opening then a recovery from the lows
On the face of it, the Nifty 50 index closed last week with a loss of 50 points, but the fact is that such minor falls indicated the ability of
After a sharp run-up in the previous week, the Nifty consolidated last week and ended with a gain of only two points. As the market comes close to its
After outperforming most emerging markets for the better part of May, the Nifty 50 index saw a sharp upward movement last week, which took it past some medium-term resistance zones
Last week, for all the news flows that hit the market from home and abroad, the Nifty shed only 65 points, or less than one per cent. Some trading
One way to gauge whether a market is in a strong bull run is to see how it reacts to an apparent negative news. If the market absorbs the
If one goes by the Nifty 50 Index, then surely the market sentiment would be considered as weak, since the index closed the week with a decline of 116 points.
Last week saw benchmark indices and sentiments moving from one extreme to the other. Though the weak started on a muted note on Tuesday the Nifty moved up
Despite the earnings season starting the market remains firmly under bull control. No panic or desire to sell ahead of results was visible in the market
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