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Stock Market Trend For Monday 28 Feb 2011

MY dear visitors, mass selling in higher level’s and buying in panic levels are still continuing & will continue for long time. at present, market lost it’s directions and is totally unstable. some how it’s good to make money by means of intraday trading only. in a nutshell, tremendous volatility will persist for some time and prompt actions are required for buying as well as selling. last but not the least, there is nothing wrong in the indian stock market. only thing some fii’s are trying to offload their previously purchased stocks at higher levels & the reasons are classified. for the time being stay away from f&o segment, as present situation is not suitable for same. don’t give up the hope and steadily trade with some optimistic mind. sooner or later the global situation will be subsided & the investor’s will regain their confidence. moral: in stock market, always hope for the best but prepare for the worst. monday 28th february because of union budget session, indian stock will be very much volatile.

“Don’t over-trade now & try to protect your Capital”
“Always stay cool & don’t be panic-stricken”
“Remember Market stability will be back only after 5745 of Spot Nifty”


(1) Sell in every abnormal rise.
(2) Buy in every abnormal fall.
(3) Book your profit in every step.
(4) BUY and SELL firmly and promptly without fumbling.
(5) Use strict stop loss and avoid taking un-necessary delivery.
(6) It is also advisable for the traders with small capital to quit the market everyday after making a reasonable profit. and always follow the footprints of spot nifty as mentioned below.

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