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Sensex, Nifty hammering support; will we have a break down
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September 28, 2013: The Indian indexes are hammering support increasing the the probability that prices may go lower. The more times a support level is hit greater the chances of a breakdown.

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Sensex reaches upside target, bulls must be cautious
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September 7, 2013: The bulls felt a touch of warmth in the market trend last week like an unexpected caress, but it's time to get cautious. In our column last week we had mentioned the possibility of the 30-share index touching 19,300 and it almost got there on Friday, just seven points shy.

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Sensex, Nifty reach the first level of resistance
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August 31, 2013: The Indian markets bounced last week from support levels marked on our charts and zoomed to a resistance zone. If the resistance level is broken the Sensex may head to 19,300 and the Nifty can target 5700.

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Will Rajan act on his beliefs or has FM house-trained him?
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August 10, 2013: The new Reserve Bank of India Governor, Raghuram Rajan mostly gets it right. His views on capitalism, supply side economics and 2008 financial crisis are on the mark. He stands on the opposite side of the noted Keynesian Paul Krugman and that is enough for free market folks to breathe a sigh on relief.

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Markets clueless on direction, this isn’t the time for bravado
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August 3, 2013: The markets broke the support level mentioned in last weeks article and has paused at a lower level. From a medium term perspective the markets seem to be consolidating before making its next move.

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Sensex is stronger than the Nifty at this juncture
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July 27, 2013: Nifty sold off from the resistance levels marked on last week's article and is now at a gap support level. It is possible for the Nifty to at least pause its sell off and possibly rally a bit. Just like last week, the Sensex continues to be stronger than the Nifty making the 30 share index a better buy than Nifty.

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A good time for equity bulls to book profits
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July 20, 2013: The Sensex and Nifty are both hovering at resistance levels making it a great level to short the market. The Sensex is deeper into the resistance zone than Nifty.

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