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Buy Hindalco with stop loss of 117.8 on closing basis for target price of 122-125. Current Price: 118.8
Hindalco continues to trade up firmly. Keep stop loss of 121 on closing basis. I will also increase target price from 125 to 130.
Sesa Goa, Rpower, Siemens, look positive. I would suggest to keep adding more positions in Hindlaco on every dips.
Performance Update of 13-08-2012
Hindalco traded around 124 in the morning and then declined to the low of 119.5 but then climbed back to close at 121.40. As it has closed above 121, call remains open.
Sesa Goa rose 2%, RPower rose close to 4% and Siemens went up 1.6% in intraday.
Fresh Recommendations for 14-08-2012
Buy Jindal Steel with closing basis stop loss of 407 for price target of 415-426. Current Price: 407.60
Sesa Goa, Rpower, Siemens should continue up move.
I wrote on 9th with concern that “I will keenly watch Dollar Index. It may change equations of precious metals and commodities if starts to climb back to previous highs.”. Dollar has indeed showed upside momentum today and Euro has slipped. It is too early to infer any decision from this movement but time and again this sort of moves confirm that Dollar is still in uptrend and if continues to scale higher highs, can cause severe price correction in Bullion and Commodities. Hence, traders should keep one eye fixed on Dollar movement.
As expected Nifty remained up and closed above 5345. And, hence, as said before, it should open upside up to 5466 for Nifty. I continue to hold on Nifty long position with closing basis stop loss of 5306.
If, tomorrow, Nifty comes down and closes below 5306, it will most likely test 5270-5280.
I would maintain short position. Rupee has closed at 55.45 below to stop loss level of 55.55. There is a possibility that Rupee may find support between 54.5 to 54.90 band but I would hold short trade with a target of 54.28 and 53 with stop loss of 55.55 on closing basis.
Gold continues to trade in narrow range showing indecisiveness. Range continues to be 1585-1630. Closing above 1630 should confirm upside breakout. I will stay away till Gold breaks out either side.
In international market, GOLD is moving in a range of 1630-1570. Gold has been consolidating in this range since May, 2012. To me, it seems that Gold has formed base here and Gold can head for a new rally. But, Dollar index has remain firmed since last few months and may go up further in coming days. Under that scenario, Gold may prefer to remain in this range for longer period or may decline, too. Hence, I would wait for Gold to give me signal before I initiate trade.
Silver is at resistance level. Silver tried thrice to breach the resistance of 28.20-28.50 but failed. Let us watch tomorrow. I hold long position in Silver with closing basis stop loss of 27.65. This is a risky trade.
In international market, SILVER has remain in very broad range of $35-27 since September, 2011. It looks SILVER can initiate uptrend. But, I would wait for couple of days closings before I initiate trade. Those, having deep pockets and want to buy SILVER, should initiate trade with stop loss of $26.85 on closing basis. I would initiate long trade in SILVERM of September contract, once it trades firmly above 53400 with stop loss of 53220.
Crude is trading around $93. Rally may extend up to $97. I do not advise fresh positions.
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