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Nifty Tips and Stock Market Tips Trend For 11 August 2011

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  1. swati83

    swati83 New Member

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    Stock Market Trend for 11 August 2011

    Daily trend of the market is down* Market is trying to give a much needed counter rally. But as over all trend of the market is down since 28th July, the readers may stay away from the market and do not create long positions till the trend remains down.* Percentage of stocks above support is still below 50%, so it is advisable not to create long positions will the percentage above support remains below 50%* Strong Futures* Stocks This is list of 10 Strong FuturesChambal Fert, Maruti, Hexaware, Bata India, TVS Motor, Idea, Hotel Leela, Petronet, BPCL & M&M .* Weak Futures* Stocks This is the list of 10 Weak Futures: Sterling Bio, KS Oils, OnMobile, Crompton Greave, IVRCL Infra, Jindal SWHL, Moser Baer, Escorts, FSL & Orchid Chem.* Stock Market Trend

    Nifty Intraday View 11 August 2011

    Nifty Intraday Levels to watch on Thursday :*5190,5000,*5100, 5150. Nifty has failed to sustain near 5200 today. Bear market for Nifty is on , there is moderate to high risk in fresh long term investments. Today Out of heavily traded stocks *are in short term up trend & *remaining *are in *short term down trend Nifty’s short term trend is*down.*Nifty’s Intermediate trend is*Down Resistance for Nifty :*5250 , 5350 , 5450 Support for Nifty :4800 , 4400 , 4000. Nifty Intraday Tips

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    Overnight gains in U.S. stocks underpinned Asian shares on Friday, but prices were capped ahead of key U.S. jobs and Chinese trade figures due later in the session, while the dollar hovered near a 3-1/2-year high against the yen.
    U.S. stocks closed modestly higher on Thursday, with the Dow ending at a record for a third straight day as jobless claims data pointed to a pick-up in the labor market’s recovery a day before the closely watched payrolls report.
     
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