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Detailed analysis and Comparative study of various types of brokerage firms and trading accounts available in India:- Basically, we have the following three categories of brokerage firms currently available:-1. Banking Firms, 2. NBFC Brokerage Firms,3. Discounted Brokerage Firms. Like ICICIDirect, AxisDirect, SBI, HDFC etc. These are the most reliable as they are directly owned by large banks and hence can be trusted.Main benefit is if you have your bank account also in the same bank, the money transfer is quite seamless and easy.

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Small Interesting But True Market Story!!

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We may have formed a temporary panic bottom. Ever since 2014 Modi govt victory, Nifty has always respected 8000 as psychological level whether in bull market or bear market. If we consider Mondays low as panic bottom then high chances of nifty bouncing back to stiff resistance zone around 8500 Levels. For any further move above 8500, market may need a fresh positive trigger failing which we may fall back to 8000 yet again.These sideways moves may kill most of the active traders in form of bulls as well as bears in near future...

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The market declined last week, reflecting the cautious mood in global equities, ahead of the eagerly awaited commentary from US Federal Reserve on how aggressively it plans to raise rates. However, the Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen did not give any firm indications of raising interest rates in the immediate future. But she said that improvements in the labor market and expectations for solid economic growth had strengthened the case for a rate hike that would be undertaken gradually. But

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Nifty close 8572 points:The Nifty opened flat but ended below the first trading support of 8600 points after yet another week of dull sideways trading. This indicates that the Bears have put a foot in the door which would have been slammed upon them if the 8728 points level was crossed decisively. However, the more important support is 8517 points which has to be broken from a short term trend perspective. Till then we would continue to see a broad range of 8500-8700 points continuing.

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Nifty close 8328 points: The Nifty rose continuously through the week to close with a handsome gain of 2.96%.

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To strengthen its surveillance activities, capital markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has made mandatory ‘Risk profiling’ of all traders & investors in different segments of the market to understand their trading patterns and the impact on the market.

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Nifty close 7749 points:The Nifty opened the week slightly better and went up all the way to make a high of 7940 points but once again failed to close above the 7900 points mark which is the crucial resistance which we have been highlighting. The last couple of days of the week saw a small selloff but and the Nifty closed with a loss of 165 points (-0.83%).

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