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NIFTY 50 CLOSING BELL: 9th December 2016   Nifty closed positive at 8261.25 (+14.90 points or +0.18%). Bank Nifty closed positive at 18695.80 (+180.35 points or +0.97%).   Nifty Gainers: Stock PtsChg %

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Stock of the Week and Nifty Weekly Analysis

Stock to Watch: NSE: Tata Elxsi Tata Elxsi weekly chart has exhibitted a trend line which has taken resistance at 1435 level. 3 DMA has also crossed over 12 DMA from below

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Morning Outlook

Nifty Morning Outlook on 09-12-2016 Nifty future opening expected to be positive in the range of 8285 – 8295.   S2 S1 R1 R2 Nifty Future 8141 8198 8290 8324

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LIBOR (LONDON INTER BANK OFFERED RATE)

LIBOR or ICE LIBOR is a benchmark rate that some of the world’s leading banks charge each other for short-term loans. It stands for Inter-continental Exchange London Interbank Offered Rate

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SENTIMENT INDICATORS

Market sentiment is the feeling or tone of a market, or its crowd psychology, as revealed through the activity and price movement of the securities traded in that market. For

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AROON OSCILLATOR

Aroon Oscillator was developed by Tushar Chande in 1995. Aroon is an indicator system that determines whether a stock is trending or not and how strong the trend is. Chande

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ALLIGATOR INDICATOR

Bill Williams introduced the Alligator indicator in 1995.  The Alligator indicator consists of three lines, overlaid on a price chart, the represents the jaw (blue line), the teeth (Red Line)

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GOVERNMENT SECURITIES

A Government security (G-sec) is a debt obligation of the Indian government to fund their fiscal deficit. These instruments are trad-able and are issued either by the central or the

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THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT POINT AND FIGURE CHARTS

On point and Figure Charts X’s represent up movements which are called boxes. On point and Figure charts O’s represent down movements which are called boxes. Box-size is pre-determined either as

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Characteristics of Cycles

HARMONICS: Larger cycles can be broken down into smaller, and equal, cycles. A 40-week cycle divides in to two 20-week cycles. A 20-week cycle divides into two 10-week cycles. Sometimes

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