Rajesh PalviyaNifty started the week on a flat note and remained consolidate for most part of the week which led it close on subdued note. Nifty closed at 11,895 with a loss of 13 points on a weekly basis.On the weekly chart, the index has formed a "Doji" candlestick formation indicating indecisiveness among market participants regarding the direction. The index is moving in a Higher Top and Higher Bottom formation on the weekly chart indicating positive bias.Close Rajesh PalviyaHead - Technical & Derivatives Research|Axis Securities Short term moving average indicates positive trend to continue; pick these 4 stocks for up to 15% returnUse buy on dips strategy as medium term uptrend to continue in Nifty; bet on these 4 stocksTechnical indicators suggests further upside in market; pick these 4 stocks for double digit returnThe chart pattern suggests that if Nifty crosses and sustains above 11,980 level it would witness buying which would lead the index towards 12,050-12,150 levels. … [Read more...] about Nifty formed Doji Candlestick on weekly chart; buy these 4 stocks with up to 11% returns
Rajesh PalviyaThe Nifty started the week on a flat note and remained consolidated within 11,700-11,480 levels indicating lack of strength on either side. It closed at 11,627 with a loss of 0.30 percent on a weekly basis.On the weekly chart, the index formed a small bearish candle with shadows on either side representing a short term breather before its upward rally. The index is moving in a higher top and higher bottom formation on the weekly chart indicating positive bias.Close The chart pattern suggests that if the Nifty crosses and sustains above 11,700 levels it would witness buying which would lead the index towards 11,820-11,900 levels.Rajesh PalviyaHead - Technical & Derivatives Research|Axis Securities Nifty formed Doji Candlestick on weekly chart; buy these 4 stocks with up to 11% returnsShort term moving average indicates positive trend to continue; pick these 4 stocks for up to 15% returnUse buy on dips strategy as medium term uptrend to continue in Nifty; bet on … [Read more...] about Technical indicators suggests further upside in market; pick these 4 stocks for double digit return
The conservative columnist George Will once said football combines the two worst things about America: violence punctuated by committee meetings. As a designer who occasionally gets caught up in the fury of the game, I’d like to add graphic design to what’s wrong with football. advertisement advertisement With the help of Skycam I spend as much time enjoying the color, patterns and graphics that add to the spectacle of the sport, as I do enjoying a deftly-completed pass. Now that the Yankees have won the World Series and the season shifts from batting balls to banging heads, I’ve been musing about NFL helmet design. For inspiration (and some truly bizarre helmet design), I visited the Art of the at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in Today’s high-tech helmet with its wireless headset and polycarbonate visor has come a long way from the padded leather ones of yesterday. It not only serves its essential protective function but is also a gleaming sign for a … [Read more...] about Penalty! Unnecessary Blandness! Redesigning the Worst NFL Helmet Graphics
Q: Dear Dan: The Snuggie is everywhere. WTF?– Shruggie advertisement advertisement Dear Shruggie, if you think you’re bewildered about the Snuggie, consider the Chinese people who make a living producing them. (“I make blanket-ponchos for Americans who are too lazy to put on a sweater.”) By the way, did you see the new Snuggie designs unveiled at Fashion Week? Zebra, leopard, tie-dye, camouflage, etc. (“I make blanket-ponchos for Americans who want to look like a zebra.”) There’s even a Snuggie Pub Crawl, which seems like the best idea of the bunch. Here’s a theory you didn’t ask for: Infomercials are great at presenting unexpected solutions to unarticulated needs. You’ve probably had a Snuggiesque experience–lying on the couch and reading a book on a cold day, and you wrap a blanket around you, but it gets frustrating because you can’t hold the book AND keep your shoulders bundled up at the same time. … [Read more...] about The Snuggie Is Everywhere. WTF?
Before leaving on my current world-wide innovation tour, I packed Robbie, my two year old Bernese Mountain Dog, into my car and drove to Top O’ The Hill Farm in Ayer, Massachusetts, to participate in a two day tracking workshop. It made for a fascinating weekend as Robbie and I learned the methods of tracking and observed our classmates in the process. Of course, I am always on the lookout for innovation lessons in everything, and this event provided many. Here are a few innovation lessons I took away from Robbie’s first foray into the world of tracking. advertisement Every dog can track, but some have a real nose for it Break problems down Don’t lead your dog Practice under different conditions Trust your dog advertisement advertisement advertisement … [Read more...] about A Nose for Innovation