Monday, 24 November 2008

Day Trading Guide 1 - November 25, 2008


The stock is hovering just above the support level of Rs 305. Utilise the declines to buy the stock while maintaining tight stop-loss at Rs 305.


Initiate fresh long-position only if the stock exceeds Rs 1,218 level, with stiff stop-loss.


The near-term outlook is cautious for the stock. Desist trading in this counter for the day.


As long as the stock trades above Rs 660, the outlook remains positive. We recommend a buy with tight stop-loss at Rs 660.

Reliance Capital

After recording a 52-week low of Rs 405 recently, the stock has been gradually trending up, with good volume. We are positive on the stock and recommend a buy.

Reliance Communications

Fresh long-position can be initiated if the stock moves beyond Rs 212, with tight stop-loss.

Reliance Industries

In the last trading session, the stock was choppy and formed a dragonfly doji candlestick pattern indicating bullishness. We recommend a buy.

Satyam Computer

Initiate fresh short-position if the stock penetrates the support level Rs 220, with tight stop-loss.


The stock is experiencing selling pressure at higher levels. Utilise rallies to sell the stock with tight stop-loss at Rs 1178.


Sell the stock in rallies with tight stop-loss at Rs 550.

Source: TheHinduBusinessLine

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