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Indian market downtrend intact, but bears face challenges
Written by George Albert   

Written for Business Standard
August 31, 2011: The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex and the National Stock Exchange’s Nifty have firmly established a downtrend since June 2011, but bears now face challenges as the markets are near an area where demand for stocks exceeds supply.

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Sensex breaks consolidation on US market gyrations
Written by George Albert   

Written for First Post
August 6, 2011: The wild gyrations of the US equity markets pushed the Sensex and NIFTY outside their consolidation patterns, increasing the possibility of a further sell off in the Indian markets. All the asset classes moved wildly last week, except for gold which stayed relatively steady.

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Don’t go long: The Sensex can move 3,700 pts either way if…
Written by Our Staff Writer   
Written for First Post
July 2, 2011: The rally in the US markets gave bulls the strength to push the Indian market up. The Indian markets have been in a tight range for quite a few months waiting for direction.
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Bear hug tightens on Indian markets
Written by George Albert   

Written for Business Standard
June 3, 2011: The bear hug of the Indian markets is tightening as more sectors continue to fall and trade below key bear threshold levels. The bearishness is seen on long term charts giving an indication that the downtrend can continue.

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Indian index reloading for a 3700 point charge
Written by George Albert   

Written for Business Standard
May 16, 2011: India's leading stock market index--Sensex-- is refueling for a 3700 point move in the near future. The direction of  index depends on the direction of the break from a consolidation pattern.

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Indian markets pause at equilibrium
Written by George Albert   

Written for Business Standard
March 23, 2011: The Sensex and Nifty have paused their downfall as prices touched an area of equilibrium. Prices move only when supply and demand is out of balance, but stagnate at areas of equilibrium

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Sensex. Nifty at support zone
Written by George Albert   

Written for Business Standard
February 2, 2011: Bears be cautious, Sensex and Nifty has reached a zone of support , which can lead to a pause in the sell off  or even a rally. The support zone on the Sensex is between 17,500 and 18,000.

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