SGX Nifty Futures
(Change Vs Today’s Nifty Futures (NSE) Closing)
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Nifty Futures 30th Oct 2016
Nifty Futures / SGX Nifty has been moving within a trading range along expected lines.
In the immediate term we see a support for Nifty Futures around the 8250-8350 area and once these levels are tested from here we do expect sharp swings to start. The boring market conditions will not remain for long now as there are a some very important astro signatures about to begin in the next few days.
As far as the results season goes most of the results have not been good along expected lines. There were some negative surprises even to us like HUL and Axis Bank. Though we were expecting bad numbers from them we were not expecting such bad numbers. Anyways we do not see earnings pick up in any meaningful manner and we see that valuations are consistently getting stretched so in current scenario we do not see that stocks will give any return over the next 12-18 months perspective from current levels. Sure during the coming 12 months there will be a period of sharp pullback and only during that phase should we buy and then once again exit at the higher side. We do not see any buy and hold strategy making any money with the exception of a few select stocks where there is massive valuation gap or some corporate announcements are about to happen which is well known to the insiders there by taking those stock prices higher.
FED is about to raise rates and the only question is that will it be in Nov or in Dec. The general street expectation is that the hike will take place in Dec but as far as we can see the dollar index which tracks the value of the green back is showing something else so at this juncture there are two possibilities. If the FED does not hike rates in Nov then surely it will be in Dec as most traders are aware that markets will always factor in the news well in advance and hence we will see a risk off trade globally. If Nov rate hike does take place then too a risk off is coming as most of the street does not expect any change in policy on 2nd Nov 2016.
Ugar sugar and renuka sugar will continue doing very well in the near term and also in the medium term. MSL too will keep going very well in the near term. We have told our clients to continue holding on to those stocks. We strongly suggest to avoid Banking sector from a investment perspective as NPA problems are going to rise further from here.
Good Trading To You!