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Performance Results

Friday, 25-Feb-2011

  • The markets gained significantly in the last hour of trade and the NIFTY gained more than 1%. Banking was the biggest gainer of today's trade and buying was also seen in FMCG sector. For intraday traders, today was a good day because of the choppyness. Near term trend is still uncertain but with a negative bias.
  • Another lackluster day for IntradayTrade dot Net as no Suggest, except for PETRONET, performed smart and easy. Although we have fulfilled our basic requirements and the figures shown below look good on paper, it would require very seasoned hands to get these profits — they did not come easy to the normal intraday trader.

 

SUGGESTS:

 

EXIDEIND

 

INDIAINFO

 

SUZLON

 

ALSO SEE:

BHARATFORG

HINDALCO

PETRONET


 

SMS ALERTS

Pre-Market: 8:30am

Gap-up or Flat opening; Cautious trading expected today;
"Passenger-friendly" Railway Budget likely today;
Resistance level for the NIFTY is at 5340-5350;
Small rally possible if NIFTY crosses this level;
On the downside, market likely to decline to 5150 levels.

 

ALERT-1: 9:45am

Gap-up opening; Decline after that; Still in green zone;
Trading flat with neutral bias; Uncertain mkts;
For the next session, see:

NameNumber See
Above
Stop
Loss
Target
1
Target
2
INDIAINFO 780 74 73.50 75.50 78
PETRONET 550 108 107 111 114

Also, keep a watch on HINDALCO>201 and SUZLON>45.80;
All for LONG; Follow PricePoints;
Do not take position if in doubt...

 

ALERT-2: 11:00am

Market recovered a little; In green zone now; Going flat;
Markets may surge after Raiway Budget is announced;
BHARATFORG EXIDEIND PETRONET done OK in LONG;
BHARATFORG EXIDEIND likely to go up further;
HINDALCO and SUZLON were marginal;
You may hold HINDALCO if in at 201.50;
Also, you may hold SUZLON if in at 46.50;
Now, see INDIAINFO>74 and PETRONET>109.50;
All for LONG; Follow PricePoints;
Do not take position if in doubt...

 


 

 

PP1 PP2 PP3 PP4 PP5 PP6 PP7
127 129 131 133 134 136 137

Suggest-1:

EXIDEIND

Approx. 1st Entry Point: Rs. 133
Approx. 1st Exit Point: Rs. 135
Avg. No. of Shares Traded: 440
Approx. Profit per Share: Rs. 2
Approx. Profit Today: Rs. 880

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PP1 PP2 PP3 PP4 PP5 PP6 PP7
66 68 71 73 75 76 78

Suggest-2:

INDIAINFO

Approx. 1st Entry Point: Rs. 73
Approx. 1st Exit Point: Rs. 74
Avg. No. of Shares Traded: 780
Approx. Profit per Share: Rs. 1
Approx. Profit Today: Rs. 780

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PP1 PP2 PP3 PP4 PP5 PP6 PP7
43 43 45 45 46 47 47

Suggest-3:

SUZLON

Approx. 1st Entry Point: Rs. 46.50
Approx. 1st Exit Point: Rs. 47
Avg. No. of Shares Traded: 1280
Approx. Profit per Share: Rs. 0.50
Approx. Profit Today: Rs. 640

TOP


 

PP1 PP2 PP3 PP4 PP5 PP6 PP7
271 285 292 305 309 313 326

Also See-1:

BHARATFORG

Approx. 1st Entry Point: Rs. — Stay Away —
Approx. 1st Exit Point: Rs.
Avg. No. of Shares Traded:
Approx. Profit per Share: Rs.
Approx. Profit Today: Rs. NIL

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PP1 PP2 PP3 PP4 PP5 PP6 PP7
191 197 200 206 207 209 215

Also See-2:

HINDALCO

Approx. 1st Entry Point: Rs. — Stay Away —
Approx. 1st Exit Point: Rs.
Avg. No. of Shares Traded:
Approx. Profit per Share: Rs.
Approx. Profit Today: Rs. NIL

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PP1 PP2 PP3 PP4 PP5 PP6 PP7
96 101 103 107 109 110 114

Also See-3:

PETRONET

Approx. 1st Entry Point: Rs. 109
Approx. 1st Exit Point: Rs. 112
Avg. No. of Shares Traded: 550
Approx. Profit per Share: Rs. 3
Approx. Profit Today: Rs. 1650

 

Please Note:
  1. Charts/Data courtesy NSEI/Yahoo!/iCharts/Rediff MoneyWiz.
  2. 'Approx. 1st. Entry Point' is the price at which 'first' entry is made.
  3. There can be more than one entry. Price for subsequent entries not shown.
  4. 'No. of Shares Traded' is calculated on 15k investment and 4x exposure (15000x4=60000) normally allowed by online brokering houses for intraday trading.
  5. 'Approx. Profit per Share' is cumulative of all entries.
  6. Figures within curly brackets {} stand for SHORT sell profits.
  7. All figures are indicative only.
  8. Profit figures given at our website are "estimates" only and do not take into account brokerage charges and other operational costs. This is because these charges can vary widely across the country and it will be misleading to give any one figure that is applicable in any one region in India.  TOP