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Stock market is hitting new highs: Here are 8 tips to invest wisely

As the stock markets touch new highs, some investors are jittery while others are excited. Here’s how to avoid errors and make the most of the situation.

With the stock market hitting a new all-time high, confusion among investors has also hit a new peak. While some believe that the bull market has finally started and will take the market to much higher levels, others are scared of a crash.

Here are some tips from experts to help you make the most of the situation.

2017 given increasing signs global economy is getting into recovery mode.

Equity markets looking a little expensive but not overpriced

Emerging markets show signs of growth

From a wider perspective, there are increasing signs that the global economy is starting to get into a proper recovery mode. The emerging markets in particular are showing signs of growth, whilst generally easier monetary conditions are allowing for the paydown of debt, something which the steady rise of inflation could help further.

Meanwhile, fourth-quarter company earnings were, on the whole, better than expected on both sides of the pond. The first-quarter 2017 earnings which will be reported over the next few weeks will be scrutinised to see whether companies are holding up their side of the bargain with the strong earnings and profit growth they have been showing of late.

Markets are beginning to look a little expensive on historic valuation terms, but not overpriced. By the same token, much of what has been priced in has yet to be delivered, such that sentiment will remain fragile until some tangible benefits begin to wash through. There is also an increasing feeling that markets may have risen too far too fast – virtually in a straight line to new record highs in recent months – such that some sort of correction is inevitable if the news flow disappoints.

By the same token, in this era of historically low interest rates and accommodative monetary policy, there could yet be much to go for and, in any event, with many of the fundamentals intact, any such market correction could actually present a buying opportunity on the dip.

Trump election promises

There is little question that sentiment remains positive that Trump’s agenda will be pro-business, with election promises of infrastructure spending and tax reforms turbocharging the main US indices. As things stand, however, details on either remain sparse and there is an additional complication.

Trump’s promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act – commonly referred to as “Obamacare” – was pulled from the voting schedule in the House of Representatives on Friday (24 March) when it emerged that Trump could not get enough Republican support for the measures.

At a time when the president’s political capital should be at its highest, any failure to deliver on this major reform would inevitably cast aspersions on his ability to follow up with the other reforms the market has been so eagerly anticipating.

This in turn would be negative for sentiment and would no doubt see markets giving up some of their gains.

Donald Trump makes so many promises to collect votes in Election 2017
Donald Trump makes so many promises to collect votes in Election 2017

On the other hand, the bulls would point to some of the market rises being down to a lack of negatives in those election promises. This is a contrarian way of thinking which boils down to the lack of “non-negatives” – that is, one of the reasons why companies have been reluctant to invest in their own businesses over the last few years has been a fear of ever increasing regulation and red tape, as well as the unknown possibility of tax hikes around the corner.

As such, the argument goes that even if the reforms Trump wants to get through are not delivered, the very fact that he is attempting to do so is enough to show that there should not be any further regulation or tax increases to come. This has somewhat reignited the “animal spirits” in the US for both company bosses and investors alike.

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Here’s are top cues from domestic as well as international markets which could have a bearing on D-Street.

The Nifty, which closed above its crucial psychological level of 9,100 on Friday could consolidate further in absence of any fresh triggers. The Nifty took a breather after hitting a record high of 9,218 in the previous week and closed 0.56 percent lower for the week ended March 24, 2017.

Investors who went long in this market should continue with their positions as long as index holds 9,048 levels, suggest experts.

Here’s are top cues from domestic as well as international markets which could have a bearing on D-Street.

Govt may table GST on Monday

The government is likely to table supplementary goods and services tax legislations in Parliament on Monday. Sources said C-GST, I-GST, UT-GST and the compensation law are likely to be introduced in the Lok Sabha and could be taken up for discussion as early as March 28.

According to the sources, the government is looking at the passage of the GST Bills in the Lower House by March 29 or latest by March 30.

Wall Street ends flat

The US stocks ended flat on Friday as the Trump administration struggled in Congress to repeal Obamacare. For traders, it heightened concerns about Trump’s ability to push through major tax reforms as well as infra spending that had spurred equity valuations to fresh records.

Benchmark US stock market indices ended the session. The S&P 500 index ended fractionally lower, the blue-chip Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped about 0.3 percent and the Nasdaq Composite Index rose about 0.2 percent.

SGX Nifty

The Nifty futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange were trading 6 points higher at 9,118 indicating a flat-to-positive opening for the domestic market.

Reliance to appeal against SEBI verdict

Reliance Industries on Friday said it would appeal against SEBI’s decision to ban the company and 12 others from equity derivatives trading for a year and disgorge nearly Rs 1,000 crore for alleged fraudulent trading in a 10-year-old case.

The company said it had full confidence in the judicial process and proposed to vigorously exercise all options available to challenge the untenable findings in the order.

Coal India announces dividend

The state-owned Coal India announced another interim dividend of Rs 1.15 per share of face value Rs 10 on Sunday. Following instructions from the government, Coal India (CIL) at a scheduled board meet decided to shell out another Rs 714 crore as dividends.

Earlier this month, CIL declared an interim dividend of Rs 18.75 per share of face value Rs 10 per share. Government being the single largest shareholder in the company with a 79.11 percent stake was entitled to receive Rs 9,208 crore, said a report.

Dollar pares losses

The US dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of six major rivals, hit a seven-week low of 99.527 before the healthcare decision but pared losses after the announcement and was last marginally higher at 99.765, said a report.

Benchmark 10-year US Treasuries prices turned flat after the decision, with their yields last at 2.418 per cent after hitting a session low of 2.393 percent earlier.

Oil Output cut

A joint committee of ministers from OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers has agreed to review whether a global pact to limit supplies should be extended by six months, it said in a statement on Sunday.

Oil largely fell during the week as concerns persisted over an excess of crude. Brent crude settled up 24 cents, or 0.47 per cent, at $50.80 a barrel. U.S. crude settled up 27 cents, or 0.57 per cent, at $47.97.

Rupee may depreciate to 68-69/USD

The Indian rupee on Friday closed stronger against the US dollar as foreign investors continued to buy in local equities and debt markets.

The home currency closed at 65.42, up 0.19 per cent from its previous close of 65.53. On a Year to date basis, the rupee has gained 4 per cent supported by large buying by FIIs which have pumped close to USD 4.60 billion and $3.03 million from local equity and debt markets.

According to Edelweiss, the rupee will depreciate to 68-69 range by December 2017 and global political risks and strengthening of the US dollar could be the key factors affecting rupee as against the greenback.

HDFC issues India’s largest masala bonds

HDFC, the country’s biggest private mortgage player, will raise Rs 3,300 crore by issuing the largest masala bonds in the country. The Rs 3,000-crore issue of unsecured rupee-denominated bonds bears a fixed semi-annual coupon of 7.35 percent per annum.

“Under the USD 750 million MTN programme, the Corporation earlier on Friday launched an issue of Rs 2,000 crore ($306 million) plus a greenshoe option ($198 million or Rs 1300 crore),” HDFC said in a statement.

Masala bonds or rupee-denominated bonds are those wherein an Indian company raises money from overseas investors in Indian rupees.

Nifty forms ‘Doji’ pattern on charts

The Nifty index opened higher on Friday but failed to continue its momentum and made a ‘Doji’ type of pattern on daily charts which suggests that bulls might be losing their grip on the market. Traders are advised to stay long and maintain strict stop loss below 9,048.

A ‘Doji’ is formed when the index opens and then closes approximately around the same level but remain volatile throughout the day which is indicated by its long shadow on either side. It appears like a cross or a plus sign.

For the week, it will be important for the index to hold above 9,075-9,100 level to continue its journey towards 9,160-9218 levels. Recently, it took support at its 13 DEMA and formed a bottom near to 9,020 zone.

Source:- Moneycontrol

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  1. 15 a.m.–9.25 a.m. – Find Stocks that have opened with a GAP up or Down of more than 2%. Out of 200 FNO stocks, you have cut down your selection criteria to 3–4 stock. There is some news in this stock, or some large investor wants to buy large quantities in this stock and hence the GAP.
  2. 25 a.m–9.30a.m. – There will be 3 data point available 1) Volume. 2) High 3) Low. Volume has to be higher than previous day’s volume in 10–15 mins. Now keep a buying Stop Loss above the day’s high.Example yesterday stock A closed at 100, today it opened at 103 and in the first 10 mins made a low at 102.55 and High of 103.5. As soon as it crosses its 15 minute high of 103.5 buy it.
  3. 30am–3.30pm– Once the Buy order is triggered, keep days low, or weighted average price as your Stop Loss. Keep the stock until it is 3.15 or your trailing stop loss is triggered.

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Special Deposit window- Finance Ministry planning

India’s Finance Ministry planning to start a special deposit window

India’s Finance Ministry may start a special deposit window to end an unusual liquidity overhang at this time of the financial year, helping the central bank deploy a more cost-effective device to manage excess cash that entered the banking system in the aftermath of the currency note swap.

Ministry officials are slated to meet top bankers Friday to discuss the one-off mechanism, the chief executive of a private bank told ET. Banks now are carrying a surplus of about Rs 4.68 lakh crore on an average this month, official data, compiled by Edelweiss Fin showed. The last month in a financial year is typically cash-deficit.
“Banks are facing a problem of large surplus liquidity currently,” said Piyush Wadhwa, head of treasury at IDFC Bank. “Some of this liquidity shall go away because of demonetisation and seasonal factors. However, the markets will keenly await the central bank’s move on removing this liquidity, and the impact of such a move.”
The surging cash in the system, triggered by the government’s November 8 demonetization and subsequent deposits, makes Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) liquidity management costly as it pays 6.25% to mop up surplus liquidity from the system through the repo window. Surplus funds have also sent overnight borrowing rates plunging 50-55 basis points below the policy rate – a range clearly beyond the RBI’s zone of comfort.
Traditionally, the RBI prefers the call rate with the band of +/-25 bps over the policy/repo rate, now at 6.25%.
Bond traders are now battling the problem of plenty. They anticipate probable central bank actions to suck out excess liquidity, disrupting market rates. They believe that the finance ministry may be in favour of a special deposit window, aimed at sucking out the excess cash that banks are parking with the RBI to earn 5.75%.
“Cash will not go out of the banking system easily,” said Soumyajit Niyogi, Associate Director Credit & Market Research, India Ratings & Research. “Inter-bank call rates are clearly not in RBI’s target zone now, which needs to be realigned with RBI’s stated objective. Markets look a bit apprehensive of RBI measures to curb the ample liquidity, as some measures could exert pressure on bond yields, distorting the market.”
If the RBI, for instance, conducts open market operations by selling sovereign debt to sucking out liquidity, bond yields would rise. This in turn would make the government’s borrowing programme expensive.
In addition, dollar inflows too will keep cash sloshing as the RBI may have to intervene to curb any sharp rise in the rupee by buying dollars.
“An element of uncertainty is slowly gaining momentum in the money markets, with overnight rates deviating from their normal trajectory,” said Ajay Manglunia, executive VP (fixed income) at Edelweiss Finance. “The scenario may change over a period of time, but the markets would like to know whether this cash surplus is permanent and would have a prolonged bearing on the rates.”

In its last bi-monthly monetary policy, the central bank said: “The RBI is committed to ensuring efficient and appropriate liquidity management with all the instruments at its command to ensure close alignment of the WACR (weighted average call rate) with the policy rate.”

Saudi king’s Asia tour trumpets Aramco’s moves downstream

By Henning Gloystein
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Saudi King Salman’s lavish tour of Asia, arriving in each country on a golden escalator with 400 tonnes of luggage, had a hardnosed marketing mission – to cement the kingdom’s place as leading oil supplier to the world’s biggest consumer region.
The string of deals inked on his three-week tour to Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan and China also point to a fresh strategy, one to increase Saudi leverage over refined product and petrochemical markets, known as the downstream sector.
“Our strategy is about growth in the downstream,” said Amin Nasser, chief executive officer of state oil company Aramco, told Reuters on Sunday. “The growth in that sector is very important, and anything integrated between refining, petrochemical, with marketing and distribution, is of interest to us.”

Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud waves as he attends Saudi-Japan Vision 2030 Business Forum in Tokyo, Japan, March 14, 2017. REUTERS/Toru Hanai

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