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Pre - Market Analysis (11th Dec 2020)

  1. US markets Flat Yesterday.
  2. Asian Markets are also flat.
  3. Markets all over the world are showing signs of Consolidation.
  4. Yesterday was expiry and our markets were mostly Flat.
  5. We witnessed severe correction in first half and expected that this could turn out much worse.
  6. Bears tried their best to break 13400 Yesterday but couldn't succeed.
  7. Finally we witnessed big short covering in last hour.
  8. SGX Nifty is Trading near 13520 now.
  9. This is now a market which will reward those who buy on dip patiently.
  10. Entering on gap ups us a very risky trade as this Market is already at highs.
  11. Also an Interesting thing noticed Yesterday was sector rotation.
  12. Sector rotation has been happening and money has been shifting to FMCG stocks.
  13. FMCG stocks have not performed in this rally but when bear market comes there stocks start performing.
  14. It's time to be very selective and careful now while choosing Equities.
  15. Markets look like there is some steam left now on the upside.
  16. But it will be a slow and steady game.
  17. Pace at which we will witness the same will be lowered now.
  18. Consolidation with a slightly Bullish bias is the Expectation.
  19. 13400 & 13500 is the range.
  20. Near 13400 it's a good level to enter into.
  21. Until then it's better to trade Individual stocks and avoid buying Nifty at higher levels and getting trapped.
  22. Nifty might Trade between 13380-13540 today.
  24. Question of the day by MR. Harish
  25. Who are FII & DII and how do they impact the Market.
  26. FII's are Foreign Institutional Investors. There are foreign investors who invest in our Markets. These are the people having huge funds that's why keeping a track of their activities is important to get an idea about markets. 
  27. DII's are Domestic Institutional Investors. These are local people who trade in Indian Markets who manage or have big amounts of money.
  28. DII money + Retail Money = FII's Money.


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