HOT BUZZING STOCKS (22.09.2017)
Following is the list of stocks where trading interest was heavy during the closing session on the previous trading day. Such stocks continue to buzz in the opening hours on the next trading day. No trigger or stop loss levels are given. They have to be traded and squared off with in short duration depending on the sentiment of the stock in the early morning time (With in Half an hour from opening time). Only professional traders may attempt to trade on these stocks. Others may practice paper trades.
What is Technical Analysis ?
The Technical analysis is a methodology to assist you in deciding the timing of investments, which is very vital to make wise investment decisions. The technical analysis is based on the assumption that history tends to repeat itself in the stock exchange. If a certain pattern of activity has in the past produced certain results nine out of ten, one can assume a strong likelihood of the same outcome whenever this pattern appears in the future. However technical analysis lacks a strictly logical explanation. Technical Analysis is the study of the internal stock exchange information and not of those external factors which are reflected in the stock market. All the relevant factors, whatever they may be can be reduced to the volume of the stock exchange transactions and the level of share price or more generally, the sum of the statistical information produced by the market. Few of the most commonly used technical analysis methods for share market Trading are Japanese Candlestick (most powerful stock charting method), Price Curves, Trend Lines, High Low Charts and Moving averages. Our Technical Analysis Software StocktechTM will help you to become technical analyst on your own.
Free Share Market Intraday Tips for NSE 22nd September 2017
DO NOT TRADE BEFORE 9:30 AM and do not Buy or Sell if the Buy above or sell below rates are not reached. Violation of the same may lead to losses. PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED IN THE LEFT SIDE before using this tips for trading.
TGT Stands for TARGET
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The lists below is based on Technical Analysis of stock trends in Indian Stocks and are not exhaustive and do not include Ex bonus and Ex split Stocks
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We Provide Daily Day Trading Tips with Buy or sell level and targets. There is NO TRIAL PERIOD, always FREE. The stocks for intraday trading are carefully selected based on technical analysis and target and stop loss values arrived using Gann calculator. These recommendations are only for those who continuously monitor the price movements and quickly make decision.
Only disciplined traders who are willing to book loss also should use these recommendations. Others can practice paper trades and gain confidence before they become actual traders.
If the BUY ABOVE rate in Intraday Trading Tips for Buying is not reached and the market rate is lesser than previous close, use our Free Gann Square calculator to find the SELL BELOW values and trade. The rate fall may be due to profit booking and panic selling. If the SELL BELOW rate in Day Trading Tips for selling is not reached and the rate of the stock is above previous close and raising, use our Free Gann Software to find the BUY ABOVE values and trade. The rate rise will be due to stock oversold and increase in interested Buyers.
When the market is Bullish the BUY recommendations will work and in the Bearish market SELL recommendations will work for profitable intraday trading. When the market is Highly volatile both Buy and Sell intra day trading recommendations will work.
than 15% in the past
Stocks up or down
by less than 0.5%
on either side in
past one month.
Stocks up by more
than 15% in the past