Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Trading Stock Futures : Performance Update For Sep 2010

From 15th of September 2010, my subscribers at http://www.stockezy.com/ went on an aggressive sell mode based on my recommendations. Overall it was change in outlook from that of a bull to a bear. This is an important change since all throughout previous three months and even before, we had a totally bullish view which reflected in our complete buy positions in all stock futures trades.

Now we need to assess whether we were successful in making a U-turn from a bull to a bear. In the month of September, we completed total of twenty one trades. Out of those, eight were on the long side and thirteen were on the short side. But all trades were in profit thereby maintaining our tradition of 100% success rate in our exclusive F&O club. Let us now take a look at the details of trades executed in Sep 2010 in Futures and Options as recommended by me :-

ACC Oct Futures(Short) :
Sold  at 1007 and covered at 986. Lot size = 250. Investment = Rs 50000/-.
Profit =  Rs 5250/-. Return on Investment = 10.5%

Tata Steel Oct Put (640 & 660 Strike) :
Bought strike price of 640 and 660, one lot each. Lot size = 500. Investment = Rs 17000/-
Profit = Rs 8500/-. Return on Investment = 50%

LIC Hsg Oct Futures(Short) :
Sold at 1466 and covered at 1446. Lot size = 250. Investment = Rs 73000/-.
Profit = Rs 5000/-. Return on Investment = 6.85%

Tata Steel Oct Futures(Short) :
Sold at 657 and covered at 647. Lot size = 500. Investment = Rs 66000/-.
Profit = Rs 5000/-. Return on Investment = 7.5%

Nifty 6000 Sep Put :
Two lots bought at 27 and covered at 32. Lot size = 50. Investment = Rs 2700/-.
Profit = Rs 500/-. Return on Investment = 18.5%

Maruti Sep Put (1350 and 1450 Strike) :
Bought strike price of 1350 and 1450, two lots each. Lot size = 250. Investment = Rs 6500/-
Profit = Rs 2750/-. Return on Investment = 42.3%

ACC 1000 Sep Put :
Bought at 8 and covered at 10. Lot size = 250. Investment = Rs 2000/-.
Profit = Rs 500/-. Return on Investment = 25%

Tata Steel 620 Sep Put :
Bought at 10 and covered at 16. Lot size = 500. Investment = Rs 5000/-.
Profit = Rs 3000/-. Return on Investment = 50%

Nifty 6000 Oct Put :
Bought two lots at 133 and covered at 168. Lot size = 50. Investment = Rs 13300/-
Profit = Rs 3500/-. Return on Investment = 26.3%

ITC 170 Sep Put :
Bought two lots at average 0.85 and covered at 1.85. Lot size = 2000. Investment = Rs 3400/-.
Profit = Rs 4000/-. Return on Investment = 117%

ITC Sep Futures(Short) :
Sold at 173 and covered at 172.5. Lot size = 2000. Investment = Rs 69000/-.
Profit = Rs 1000/-. Return on Investment = 1.5%

ACC Sep Futures(Short) :
Sold at 1005 and covered at 990. Lot size = 250. Investment = Rs 50000/-.
Profit = Rs 3750/-. Return on Investment = 9.75%

Nifty 5800 Oct Put :
Bought at 112 and covered at 120. Lot size = 50. Investment = Rs 5600/-.
Profit = Rs 400/-. Return on Investment = 6.9%

Sesagoa Sep Futures(Long) :
Bought at 312 and covered at 320. Lot size = 500. Investment = Rs 31000/-.
Profit = Rs 4000/-. Return on Investment = 12.9%

Rcom Sep Futures(Long) :
Bought at 162 and covered at 165. Lot size = 2000. Investment = Rs 65000/-.
Profit = Rs 6000/-. Return on Investment = 9.2%

Relinfra Sep Futures(Long) :
Bought at 1035 and covered at 1050. Lot size = 250. Investment = Rs 52000/-.
Profit = Rs 3750/-. Return on Investment = 7.2%

EKC Sep Futures(Long) :
Bought at 109 and covered at 115. Lot size = 2000. Investment = Rs 43000/-.
Profit = Rs 12000/-. Return on Investment = 27.9%

Punj Lloyd Sep Futures(Long) :
Bought at 108 and covered at 112. Lot size = 2000. Investment = Rs 43000/-.
Profit = Rs 8000/-. Return on Investment = 18.6%

J P Associate Sep Futures(Long) :
Bought at 122.5 and covered at 127. Also bought two lots call options. Lot size = 2000. Investment = Rs 49000/-.
Profit = Rs 9000/-. Return on Investment = 18.4%

Rpower Aug Futures(Long) :
Bought at 154 and covered at 161.5. Also bought two lots Call options. Lot size = 2000. Investment = Rs 62000/-.
Profit = Rs 29300/-. Return on Investment = 47.25%

Reliance Aug Futures(Long) :
Bought at 990 and covered at 994. Also bought two lots call options. Lot size = 250. Investment = Rs 50000/-.
Profit = Rs 7000/-. Return on Investment = 14%

Total profit in Sep 2010 from 21 trades = Rs 1,22,200/-

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Guidelines For Trading Stock Futures and Options

    At http://www.stockezy.com/ I and my subscribers have now travelled nearly three months together, with Nishant Singh being the senior most subscriber of the present members in this exclusive F&O club. He was the first to realize the potential of my money making stock futures strategy designed specially for retail investors with disposable capital of as low as Rs 1 lakh. He has stood steadfast in this club through the thick and thin, because he was convinced that he was in the right place for making money in a high beta stock market, compared to the stock markets of the West. But when he started off he didn't have my mandatory requirement of even Rs 1 lakh to trade one lot of stock futures. So he had to miss trades which required an upfront margin of Rs 70000/- plus. One trade that comes to my mind was that of HCL Tech Aug Futures, which he had to skip and in which other subscribers made Rs 15000/- to Rs 20000/- overnight (BTST if you may like to call it). But today it is a different story with him and he continues to be a strong moral support to my efforts.
    There are many others who provide me with  emotional sustenance through their undying and unconditional support to my crusade to enrich and empower the retail investors. Vikram, Shantanu, Balaji, Ritu, Hiren, Kiran, Sujoy and Venkat are some of the members who act as my backbone with their belief and faith in my system. Some of them are unable to access the  Internet because of their primary professional commitments, but they keep informing me through SMS that they are in this pilgrimage with me. Then there are others who started off as my critics and have turned into solid pillars of support. Names like Manoj, Vivek and Neelima
    jump to my mind. To all these members I shall forever remain indebted for believing in a system that is so unique and queer that it is neither practised nor taught in any part of the trading world.
    At this point I find it pertinent to mention that to my knowledge one of our members has made the most out of this system in a month. Sadhana Singh had quietly ratcheted up her investment from trading one lot to two lots and reposed complete unquestionable faith in my recommendations. In the bargain she has made profit  of around Rs 50000/- since joining a month back. Hats off to her for being able to spot a winning horse/system so quickly. If any other member has been able to surpass her feat then do let us know. Till then she remains the unchallenged "Trader of the Month".
    But we cannot rest on our laurels. We have to refine our system to get more out of it. It is for that purpose I am going to lay down few guidelines which I expect members to adhere to, so as to propel this system to the next level of efficiency. But before I lay down those guidelines, I would like to reach out to those members who have been clamouring for change in the system, and tell them that we are not going to change a system which is a money spinner, just because they cannot either understand its potential or are just in a habit of criticizing for the sake of criticizing. If they cannot understand the system fully, then here I am going to again go into details of how the system functions. But if they are simply in the habit of criticizing, then I have a sincere advice to offer to them. You do not need to pay me to be able to criticize the existing system, you can do the same free of cost by posting your thoughts in the comments section of closed trades.
    For the sake of non-believers and newcomers, let me go over the mechanics of the system/strategy we are working with:-
    1. In this system you need to keep aside Rs 1 lakh for trading one lot futures of a scrip at a time. Within this one lakh rupees I'll make sure that we come out from each trade with profit every time. For that I might recommend buying a few lots of options of that scrip to enhance our chances of exit with profit at a faster time frame. All this will be within that one lakh rupees that u have catered for that scrip. Now if you have two lakh rupees, then you go for two lots and so on and so forth. But under no circumstances should you violate this rule of capital requirement. Then I shall not be able to guarantee profit from that trade. Why I am stressing on this aspect is because if you are playing football and you want to play it with the rules of hockey, you can only fail and then curse the game of football. If you want to succeed through my system then you will have to follow this rule of capital requirement religiously. You cannot have Rs 1.5 lakhs and enter trade with two lots of futures out of sheer greed and then grumble about the inadequacy of the system. Nor can you take half my recommendations at your sweet will and expect to profit from my trades. If you consider that I am  the right doctor then you need to take full dose of medicines as is being prescribed by me for trade to become a winner. I am assuring you that the full medicine will be within the one lakh rupees limit.
    2. If you also want to enter into my recommended options in some other scrip, then you need to keep aside Rs 25000/- extra for the same. Do not compromise on this issue of capital requirement and later try to fix blame on the system. Remember that there is only one motive to violate this  requirement, and that is greed on your part. And greed  is never good for traders in the long run, especially F&O traders.
    3. Now the issue of recommended buy/sell range. Do not buy or sell outside the range given, unless it is making a difference of up to Rs 500/- only. Supposing my recommendation is to buy an option at recommended range of 20/22 and the lot size is 500, then you can go ahead and buy up to 23, but no more. Of course it will be best if you adhere to the buy/sell range given. However when I don't give you a range and instead ask you to pick up a position at CMP you should immediately pick up that position. A few points here and there in such positions will not make a major difference in profit making, but will ensure that you do not miss the trade. But when you have to square off your position in profit then you can do so at your will without waiting for my recommended price or my instructions. While in profit if you are feeling uncomfortable with the movements of the scrip, either put a trailing stop loss to protect your profit or exit in profit For that you don't need to obtain my explicit permission. But under no circumstances should you exit in loss from my recommended trade, unless I explicitly tell you to do so. I'll explain you why in the next point.
    4. When you find yourself in loss in a particular trade, rest assured I have already calculated the next move for averaging through requisite options. We can go for averaging a futures position with another lot in futures itself. But options is being recommended so that our capital requirement never crosses Rs 1 lakh in that trade. But those who have sufficient capital at their disposal can always take futures position when I give a buy recommendation for options. It will give them a better return in absolute terms. But capital adequacy that I have earlier mentioned has to be strictly kept in mind. You should know your pocket more than anyone else, so go ahead and take decisions accordingly.
    5. Coming now to the sticky point of stop loss. Please understand, as I have already mentioned in my initial welcome message to you, that this stop loss is not a stop loss in conventional sense. This is a stop loss which when met helps me determine a fresh target from the target initially given. So do not exit your positions when my given stop loss is met. My recommended buy/sell prices are so chosen that they will be revisited within a month, come what may. So why should you take loss. And to expedite the recovery process I recommend options at opportune point within the capital allotment of one lakh rupees. Please understand that as a retail investor once you fall into this vicious cycle of taking loss then it will be very difficult to come out of it. Because once you take loss, your mind has been punctured with the thoughts of this loss. You will then try and recoup that loss by getting into riskier trade in the hope of recouping this loss fast. And then you fall into the trap of a bigger loss. From here on it will be two steps forward and three steps back for you. All that is still controllable in cash segment, but in futures trading you will be crushed with the burden of loss, until one day you are jettisoned out of the market. Then you will curse the market and the system and will swear never to enter futures trade again. I have designed my strategy and system to save you from such a vicious cycle and mental cum monetary setback. Those who have stayed with the system would have realized the veracity of my claims. In this system you may at times be tested for patience, buy you will never be tested for mental agony of having incurred loss, provided you follow my instructions fully. And if one month you do not make too much profit, the next month will more than compensate you for the missed opportunities. No one would know this better than Nishant, Shantanu, Vikram, Ritu and Balaji. All along they have exhibited exemplary patience and today they are richer for that.
    If the system we are working with is understood, then I have few guidelines which I expect my subscribers to follow. These guidelines are for your own good because by following these guidelines you will be enhancing your chances to make more profit :-
    1. During trading hours do keep informing your trading activities through comments, but do not expect a reply from me. I am seeing all your comments but replying them would mean taking my eyes off the trading screen for a  time long enough to maybe miss some signals. I do not rely on anything other than my own studies and hence I am constantly watching movements, not just in the scrip we are holding position, but also in scrips which are potential candidates for buying/selling. This is being done through the help of various Indicators, Chart patterns and Wave calculations in real time interactive intra-day charts. At a time there are about fifty scrips which I am tracking to judge their behaviour. This gives me clue to what is happening to smart money flow and the manipulations which are taking place. So if I am able to remain focused on this aspect, I can assure you to get better trades with even more money making potential, with more intra-day bonanza. You can help me in achieving better concentration by following the rules given in succeeding points.
    2. Write your down your entry point in a position in comments section of the relevant opinion page. After exiting from that position do take the initiative to write down your exit price with profit from that trade. If you are busy at that time, do choose your time to come back and fill the comments section with your profit from that trade. It works as tonic for me to see more and more members benefiting from my recommendations.
    3. Do not ask superfluous questions and divert my attention from my primary task of getting you a better profit deal. If you have missed a trade, just don't bother too much. You will get the next trade. By asking whether you can enter at higher price point does not help much. Its your risk, whether you want to take or not. I will always tell you to enter at my recommended price range only, so do not ask such questions. In similar vein, do not ask questions on trades I have not recommended. If you have entered such a trade, then ask the person who recommended it to you. He may have inputs which I do not have. So my impromptu answer can get you into trouble, while also getting my attention diverted. Also do not ask questions on things which are already available in writing in the opinion page - things like target, stop loss, buy price, etc. In case there is requirement to exit earlier than given target price, I will definitely inform you as I have been doing so far. For that I am not required to be reminded. And if you decide to exit with profit early, again you need not seek my permission. Take your decision, but do not influence others with your decision, because futures trading requires lot of mental strength, resolve and conviction. Your comment can dilute all that, thereby diluting the profit potential. I will be the first one to get all out in profit if the situation so warrants, so do not worry about other members.
    4. If you are feeling uncomfortable about a particular scrip because of various reasons, like your personal dislike for that company or emotional baggage of previous losses from that scrip or some fundamental news you have accessed which is contrary to my recommendation, then please do not enter into that position. But at the same time do not influence others by your comments on the scrip, because I know you will be depriving the other members of a profit making opportunity, if they get influenced by your comments. My system of making profit is not conventional and hence will not be understood through the prism of current news flows.
    I go through each comment that you post, even though I do not reply to all comments. The comments which are negative in nature have been making a dent in my decision making, even though every time I tell myself not to get perturbed. After all I am just a human, and such comments will certainly leave some impact on a mind which is human. Recent remarks and complaints about my strategy of stop loss and going against the perceived trend, are a case in point. While there have been numerous instances when continuous barrage of negative remarks from a section of members have finally made me take hasty decision of booking small profit where there was room for much more, I am quoting the recent ones because they are fresh in my mind. I have already explained the purpose of stop loss in my strategy. Regarding a comment while holding our short in Tatasteel Oct Futures, I was lectured about not following trend. Then I was thrown a one liner saying "Trend is friend". What I want to bring to the notice of our friends who want to lecture me about trends is only one thing, and that is : where have they been for the last four months when Domestic Institutional Investors(DII) have been net sellers on a consistent basis?  I have been continuously trading long all these months and have only recently shifted into reverse gear about 3 weeks ago with Nifty around 6000. Army of best minds with the best pay packets that DIIs have, could not catch the trend and here I was going long and making money for retail investors and yet I get lectured about trends. Makes me wince in pain! Experts on TV, again highly paid, were asking you to short tatasteel at 600 level and when I ask you to short at 667 you feel I have committed a crime. End result is I lose my resolve, forget about my studies, forget about calculated target and make everyone exit with small profit. If you recall I had asked you initially to exit at 642 tatasteel spot price, but finally exited in a hurry taking at least Rs 15000/- less from this position. Just because  those one liners were working through my mind, day in day out.

    With post graduate financial management degree under my belt, I can throw many such one-liners. but one- liners do not earn you profit from stock market. The best traders of the world have success rate in the range of 65% to 70%, but they have such deep pockets that they are able to influence trades for short term. And here I have designed a system for retail investors to give you 100% success trade after trade and yet you need to question trends. Well good luck to people who seek better returns or maybe would like to do research with trends. But my only humble request to them is not to pollute my mind while the trade is active. After the trade is closed you are most welcome to throw all the one-liners at your disposal, for all I care. But while the trade is active, these statements are affecting my decision making abilities, which in turn is resulting in lower profits to members who are faithfully following me. And I cannot tolerate that any more. What is their fault in the personal mental war you are waging with me? They certainly deserve more than what they have got so far.

    For members who have been carrying short positions of their own decision, I can only say that you hold them as of now. The profit that you make from my trades should be adjusted in the prices of the these shorts. And soon a day will come that you are able to break even. After that you will be absolutely free to make only profits month after month. This strategy is being followed by Manoj and I am quite confident that he will have a turn around before the dawn of the New Year.

    If you have any constructive suggestion to better the trading system, do post your thoughts to me. Your feedback will be most valuable to me, so I shall be looking forward to the same. My sole aim is to enrich you and towards that end I am willing to make any adjustment in strategy or trading style, provided it betters the existing system.

    The comments on this post are an interesting read, which u may follow through this link http://www.stockezy.com/opinions/7695/guidelines-for-trading-stock-futures-and-options/

    Happy Trading and Happy Dashehra!!!

    Wednesday, September 29, 2010

    Huge Thanks To Stockezy and All My Followers

    Gratitude sometimes cannot be expressed. It can only be felt deep within. But the physiological symptoms are always there. Things like developing goose bumps on your arms, a choke and lump in your throat and ofcourse adrenaline pumping up and down your spine. All that I experienced today when I found the following piece of mail from CEO of Stockezy in my email account.

    Dear Fellow Investors,

    I will be honest with you. When I started investing in the Indian markets, the one thing I was afraid of was Futures Trading. Although the profits and gains were very lucrative I could not sleep with the risk of trading in the F&O Segment.

    I was only learning to invest in the stock markets. Buy and Hold was my only best friend and I was sure F&O was not my cup of tea. Little did I know that soon there will be a big change in my investing life.

    While working on Stockezy I had the opportunity to meet Ms. Archana Debnath. Within a few interactions I realized my biggest enemy was my 'Lack of Education' about Futures Trading. I needed guidance, I needed someone to become my GURU and hold my hand in the beginning till I become more confident with the trait of Futures Trading.

    Ms. Archana Debnath has been very influential in creating the F&O Segment at Stockezy. She has been a guiding force and most importantly a good patient teacher. Today she has many satisfied subscribers who work with her daily trading futures and most importantly making money. I am proud to be one of them.

    Ms. Archana is available during market hours everyday to answer questions, guide and help her subscribers. She is with them tackling the ups and down of the markets and guiding them from the time they make the trade to the time they close the trade and book profits.

    Is she a magician NO. She believes in Educating her subscribers and most importantly she believes in Managing Risk in the Markets.

    See for yourself. Read any of the previously closed futures trades. Read the comments to see how Archana's one motto is to educate you and empower you to make intelligent money trading Futures.

    Click Here to Read the Archive of all Previously Closed Futures Trades

    If you are interested in subscribing to Guru Archana's Trades, make use of our Risk FREE Subscription with Money Back Guarantee.

    Click Here to Subscribe

    For more information feel free to contact us at - 09686860843 or email info@stockezy.com

    Best Regards,

    Tushar Makhija



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    In all things that have been said above, major credit goes to my subscribers who have been following my advice with complete faith. So much so that at times I have felt astonished that they have been steadfast with my recommendations even in stormy market conditions, just because I said so. It makes me strive more to excel, and that's my way of saying "Thank You" to my subscribers.

    And how can I forget to thank all my followers in this blog. You have been there with me the longest. I started out on my journey in stock market analysis about two years back through this blog. Today I am thrilled to find number of my followers in three digits. My heartfelt gratitude to all my followers to be the source of my motivation to blog. Thank you all.

    Tuesday, September 21, 2010

    Stock Futures Trading Made Ezy - ITC

    ITC has been continuously stomping north since 02 Mar 2010. From low of 115 it closed at 168.3 on 17th Sep.  In this rise it had completed the five wave pattern of Elliot wave. That was a cue for me to contemplate going short in the scrip. Since it was making new highs every fortnight, it was only by extrapolating that I could come to a fair sell price in uncharted territory. And I arrived at 173 as fair point to short the scrip.

    Hence on next trading session on 20th Sep I advised my subscribers at http://www.stockezy.com/ to sell ITC Sep Futures at 172.5/173. I also asked them to buy one lot ITC Sep 170 Put at 1.0/1.5 But after my subscribers took action as per my recommendation the scrip started sideways movement between 174 and 175. But in the last half hour before market close, the scrip bolted to day high of 178. However before  market close I advised my subscribers to buy one more lot of  ITC Sep 170 Put at 0.75/0.8, which they did.

    Finally today we escaped from the clutches of ITC with profit ranging from Rs 2000/- to Rs 5000/-. The Puts had helped us get out of a tight situation. In the whole drama, as it unfolded before our screen, I was simply amazed by the faith  that my subscribers reposed on my call, even when their MTM losses were mounting to five digits. I feel grateful that I have a club with members so understanding and dependable that they act on my advice, even during crisis times. It is their support which has allowed me to close 40 derivatives trades at a  stretch in profit. You may like to take a peek at the trading room activities  in ITC through the following links:-


    Sunday, September 19, 2010

    Performance Of Trading Stock Futures : August 2010

    August has been the most frustrating month as far as our stock futures trading is concerned. Its been a month which me and my subscribers at http://www.stockezy.com/ would like to forget in a hurry. There was nothing 'august' about this month of August 2010 as far as trading is concerned.

    On 2nd Aug Nifty touched a low of 5351 whereas  on 30th Aug day low was 5390. If we compare the closing prices of Nifty on 2nd Aug and 30th Aug, we find them to be 5432 and 5415 respectively. From these figures it is evident that the indices went nowhere in terms of direction in the entire month of August 2010.

    Our efficiency in my exclusive club of stock futures trading during the month of August was nothing to write home about. So far on an average we have been doing twenty number of stock futures trades in a month. But in this month of August we managed to enter into only four trades on the long side. Out of these four trades, two trades had to be rolled over to September series. And it is these two abominable trades which seriously pulled down our efficiency. There was huge cost to pay in terms of emotional cost and opportunity cost. If you have missed my detailed analysis of those two rogue trades, here are the links again:-



    Now is the time to carry out performance check of two stock futures trades that were squared off in August 2010. As per established tradition in my exclusive club of stock futures trading at Stockezy, 100% success was again achieved in these two trades. Total profit generated from these two trades was Rs 8,600/- at an average of  Rs 4300/- per trade. Details of these trades are given below :-

    Ambuja Cement August Futures(Long) :
    Bought at 113.5 and covered at 115.3. Lot size = 2000. Investment = Rs 46,000/-.
    Profit = 1.8x2000= Rs 3600/-. Return on Investment = 8%

    Patni August Futures(Long) :
    Bought at 450 and covered at 460. Lot size = 500. Investment = Rs 45,000/-.
    Profit = 10x500= Rs 5000/-. Return on Investment = 11%

    Now in September we have finally got our bearings and market has also started trending. In September so far we have successfully squared off eight stock futures trades. Two trades are already open, out of which we shall be exiting one of them in next trading session on Monday. We plan to pick up speed of trading in September and hence I call upon all my subscribers to be mentally prepared for the same. Got to catch up for the lost time and opportunity in August, you see!!

    Stock Futures Trading Made Ezy - Rcom

    Rcom has been been an under-performer  since May 2009. In fact the entire telecom sector has been under heavy weather but not as much as Rcom. But Rcom has great potential for long term investors. Hence one can buy at present level of 160/170 and hold for two years for a target of 350. But here we will be discussing strategy for buying for very short term, since we are interested in stock futures trading.

    On 7th Sep I recommended buying Rcom Sep Futures at 162/164 to my subscribers at http://www.stockezy.com/ . On 6th Sep the scrip had closed at 163.3 and was near its recent low. The decision on the face of it was fraught with danger. Every TV channel and print media was dead against buying Rcom before 135/140. So if these experts were right then holding a position at 162/164 would mean giving MTM of Rs 60000/- in case Rcom does fall to 135/140. So naturally Trading Room sentiments were one of fear and trepidation which can be felt through this link : http://www.stockezy.com/opinions/7342/buy-rcom-sept-futures/ . Subscribers were concerned and shared their concern in trading room. Sample these reproduced comment threads from above given trading room link:-

    This just came in - BNP Paribas cuts target price on Reliance Comm
    (Reuters) - BNP Paribas Securities said on Tuesday it had lowered its target price on India's Reliance Communications to 140 rupees from 175, while retaining its "reduce" rating.
    Any thoughts?
    On Monday, if Rcom trades strongly above 167, then hold with stop loss at 165 for tgt of 172/175. Otherwise exit at 167

    After 6 trading sessions of idling within a range of 162 to 165.5, Rcom finally gave way to lower side and closed at 159.2 on 16th Sep. When it was falling below 162 I was advising subscribers to pick up more. Why was I doing so? Didn't the voices of all experts and Fund Managers scare me? Find the reasons below:-

      1. From 28th June onwards Rcom has been continuously falling. It fell from 206.7 to a low of 155.3 on 31st Aug. In this fall there has been no significant bounce. The wave count as per Elliot Wave Theory suggested that the technical bounce would take place from 155.3.

                      1. On 1st Sep there was bullish crossover of MACD by its trigger line from below zero, and the scrip closed at 164.2 confirming a minimum technical bounce of 23.6%.

                                      1. 23.6% bounce would mean a price target of 167, which is also the resistance level of upper band of Bollinger.

                                        38.2% bounce gives a price target of 173, which is slightly higher than the resistance level of 100 DMA and 200 DMA.

                                                                                                                                  1. In the last trading session the scrip made a high of 169.3 and closed at 167.2. All my subscribers have already exited with profit ranging from Rs 2000/- to Rs 6000/-. But here the potential for making huge profit was definitely there, if and only if we had shut our TV sets down.