Chhitij JainStrategy setup - Delta-based “Bull Call Spread”The market has reclaimed lost ground in the past two trading sessions after a mild correction and many stocks which were in strong uptrend have gone through a phase of consolidation, ready for the next leg of the rally.Close Chhitij JainHead of Derivatives|Rudra Shares & Stock Brokers Construct 'covered call in Ujjivan Financial' for getting benefit of USFB IPO listing in coming weekAfter massive bull run, SBI likely to trade sideways; choose short straddleGo with 'covered put' weekly strategy in Bank Nifty using 'Van Allen' pointsWe have selected Reliance Industries from the pack. After hitting the fresh all-time high, stock has formed a base and appearing to be ready for fresh up move again. Hence, we would recommend the delta appreciating based “Bull Call Spread” in the counter.As we have appropriate time left for the expiry, it will be prudent to go for Delta Based strategy to capture … [Read more...] about Reliance forms a base, recommend delta appreciating based “Bull Call Spread”
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Police have registered an offence against two employees of a co-operative bank and their suspended colleague for allegedly stealing and leaking customers' data by hacking into the bank's system, an official said on December 14.As per the complaint lodged by a top official of the Shamrao Vithal Cooperative (SVC) Bank with Shree Nagar police station here, the accused leaked the data of its at least 447 customers, due to which the bank incurred losses to the tune of Rs 29 crore.Based on the complaint, Thane city police on December 13 registered a case against Shaktil Kubal, who is a suspended employee of the bank, Parag Shinde, who works at the Delhi branch of the bank and Rahul Satam from its Coimbatore branch.Close The fraud came to light when one of the customers of the bank complained about his account details being leaked out of the bank, the official said. related news 'Gamosa' to 'Joi Aai Asom', the signs of pride that shaped Assam protests PM Narendra Modi arrives in … [Read more...] about Three booked for stealing & leaking bank customers’ data
Shabbir KayyumiRSI stands for Relative Strength Index. It is a momentous oscillator used to identify trend reversal. RSI was invented by Welles Wilder Jr. The default look-back period for RSI is 14, however, this can be lowered to increase sensitivity or raised to decrease sensitivity. RSI calculates the strength of a stock trend and helps to predict their reversals.Close Why Buy ‘The Tinplate Company of India?Shabbir KayyumiHead of Technical & Derivative Research|Narnolia Financial Advisors RSI pullback in SBI suggests buying opportunity'Nifty may move towards 12,200 in coming days; bet on these 3 stocks for double-digit returns'Inverse Head & Shoulder Pattern suggests buying PNBThere are a lot of trading strategies using RSI; below mentioned is one of the most popular among the trading community which involves buying after completing retracement for higher movement; however the support of another momentum oscillator stochastic can give additional support.In last some … [Read more...] about RSI Pull Back in Tinplate suggests buying opportunity
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Rahul AgarwalIn its latest Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting on December 5, the Reserve Bank of India kept key rates unchanged at 5.15 per cent (lowest in nine years, after five straight cuts with a cumulative 135 bps reduction this calendar year, to boost the country’s sagging economy.RBI retained its 'accommodative' policy stance, which suggests that this is a pause rather than an end to the loosening cycle, and it still has room for a rate cut. Core inflation, which excludes energy and food items, slid beyond a seven-year low of 3.47 per cent, which clearly indicates that there is hardly any demand for non-food items in the market.Close Usually, a rate cut helps revive economic growth as it allows retail customers to avail cheaper loans and works like a big booster for the large industrial sector, who will be able to avail bulk loans at lower interest rates. related news Reliance forms a base, recommend delta appreciating based … [Read more...] about Are the RBI’s repo rate cuts enough to reinforce GDP growth?