Chart Pattern - Cup and Handle Pattern - Share Market Training in Tamil

Chart Pattern - Cup and Handle Pattern - Share Market Training in Tamil

Cup and handle patterns were first identified by William J O'Neil in his book 

How To Make Money In Stocks.

 The cup and handle is a longer term continuation pattern, normally observed on weekly charts.

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பங்குச்சந்தையில் வெற்றிக்கான மந்திரம்

1.  பங்குச்சந்தை பற்றி நன்கு அறிந்த பின்னரே முதலீடு செயவும்

2.  உபரி பணத்தில் மட்டுமே முதலீடு செய்யவும்

3. பகுதி பகுதியாக முதலீடு செயவும்

4. ஒன்றுக்கு மேற்பட்ட துறைகளில் முதலீடு செய்யவும்

5. வாங்குதல் /விற்றல் எதுவாக இருந்தாலும் முடிவு          
    நம்முடையதாகஇருக்கவேண்டும்

6. லாபமோ / நட்டமோ அதற்கு இலக்கு வைக்கவேண்டும்

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பங்குச்சந்தையில் வெற்றிக்கான மந்திரம்

1.  பங்குச்சந்தை பற்றி நன்கு அறிந்த பின்னரே முதலீடு செயவும்

2.  உபரி பணத்தில் மட்டுமே முதலீடு செய்யவும்

3. பகுதி பகுதியாக முதலீடு செயவும்

4. ஒன்றுக்கு மேற்பட்ட துறைகளில் முதலீடு செய்யவும்

5. வாங்குதல் /விற்றல் எதுவாக இருந்தாலும் முடிவு          
    நம்முடையதாகஇருக்கவேண்டும்

6. லாபமோ / நட்டமோ அதற்கு இலக்கு வைக்கவேண்டும்

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இப்பொழுதே இங்கே பதிவு செய்யுங்கள்

பங்குச்சந்தையில் வெற்றிக்கான மந்திரம்

1.  பங்குச்சந்தை பற்றி நன்கு அறிந்த பின்னரே முதலீடு செயவும்

2.  உபரி பணத்தில் மட்டுமே முதலீடு செய்யவும்

3. பகுதி பகுதியாக முதலீடு செயவும்

4. ஒன்றுக்கு மேற்பட்ட துறைகளில் முதலீடு செய்யவும்

5. வாங்குதல் /விற்றல் எதுவாக இருந்தாலும் முடிவு          
    நம்முடையதாகஇருக்கவேண்டும்

6. லாபமோ / நட்டமோ அதற்கு இலக்கு வைக்கவேண்டும்

This Week Sectors Report - 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

This Week Sectors Report - 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

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Indian Market Weekly Report - 13.112017 - 17.11.2017

Indian Market Weekly Report - 13.112017 - 17.11.2017


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After slipping over 1% through this week, domestic equity indices are likely to continue their recent range-bound movement next week as they await key economic data and as corporate earnings for Jul-Sep enter the last leg.

Lackluster global cues due to a disappointing US tax reform plan, chances of greater price volatility in crude oil prices and developments from US President Donald Trump's Asia trip will
continue to keep investors cautious. In India, traders await inflation based on the Consumer Price
Index for October, scheduled for Monday. India's headline retail inflation is seen rising to 3.4% in October on the back of a rebound in prices of vegetables. Stocks of Bharat Petroleum Corp and Larsen & Toubro will be in focus on Monday as they detail their Jul-Sep numbers last week.
Next week, Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone, NTPC, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries,

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Auto Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Auto Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017


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Auto Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Stocks of most automobile companies are likely to trade within a narrow range next week, as closely
monitor the performance of automobile companies, after tepid volumes in October. Domestic
passenger car sales fell 5.3% on year in October to 184,666 units, while two-wheeler sales declined 2.8% on year to 1.75 mln units, according to data released by the Society of Indian Automobile
Manufacturers yesterday. The festival season sales have not taken place as per expectations.
The issues related to goods and services tax are also getting resolved slowly. So these factors might result in tepid growth in this segment in the near term.

In October, sales fell on year due to a higher base as most of the festivals were spread across
September and October last year, while this year, festival season sales started in the last week of
September and tapered off by mid-October.

The earnings of Eicher Motors Ltd, slated to be released on Tuesday. The maker of Royal Enfield
motorcycles is expected to report a 30.1% on-year rise in consolidated net profit for Jul-Sep at 5.4
bln rupees due to higher income. We remain positive on the company due to better margins from its
motorcycle and commercial vehicle business, but will monitor the management's commentary on the
demand for premium motorcycles at the retail level, the order book position, and new launches.
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd posted better-than-expected earnings for September quarter. The net profit
of the company and that of its arm Mahindra Vehicles Manufacturers stood at 14.11 bln rupees for
Jul-Sep, higher than estimate of 13.5 bln rupees. Also remain positive on Tata Motors Ltd, which
released its earnings for Jul-Sep on Thursday, with the company posting a threefold rise in
consolidated net profit. The country's largest carmaker, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, continues to draw a positive outlook from its popular premium portfolio and strong dealership network. However, advertising costs and soaring input expenses may put pressure on its margins going ahead. Two-wheeler makers witnessed a weak performance in October, as dealers stocked up inventory in September ahead of the onset of the festival season from Sep 21.

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I.T Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

I.T Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017


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I.T Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Stocks of information technology companies are seen continuing their positive trend next week. The IT index is expected to find resistance at 11600 points and support at 11400 points. This uptrend could be because of sector rotation, there are not many stocks available at such low prices. Also, stocks of Tata Consultancy Services Ltd and Tech Mahindra Ltd have made long term breakout and are likely to sustain it.

TCS' shares have risen 6.3% so far since it announced its results for Jul-Sep on Oct 12. The IT giant had reported an 8.4% onquarter rise in its consolidated net profit for Jul-Sep to 64.5 bln rupees, and its income from operations was 305.4 bln rupees, up 3.2% on quarter. Stocks of Tech Mahindra had hit a near eight-month high of 498 rupees on Nov 1, when the company had reported a 4.7% sequential rise in its net profit for Jul-Sep.

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Telecom Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Telecom Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017


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Telecom Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Stocks of most telecommunications companies are seen falling next week as competitive intensity in the sector remains high after the entry of Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. The country's third largest operator Idea Cellular Ltd is expected to report a consolidated loss, the fourth consecutive quarter of loss in a row, as the continuing pressure on revenue and subscriber base from low priced-offerings
of Reliance Jio.
Stock of Bharti Airtel has seen volatility in the last two weeks. After its Jul-Sep earnings beat expectations, on Nov 1, the stock hit its highest level in a decade as investors bet on a turnaround in the company's fortunes because of a rise in data tariff and subscriber addition. On Wednesday, however, the stock ended down 3.7% on the National Stock Exchange after reports said that Three Pillars, an affiliate of the Qatar Foundation, had sold its entire 5% stake in the company in a bulk deal. The last one year has been turbulent for telecom operators after the entry of Reliance Jio, which
offered free services for almost seven months and later announced rock bottom tariffs. Meanwhile,
the government expects to soon receive the additional solicitor general's opinion on the interministerial panel's report on financial stress in the sector, after which the report will be sent for the approval of the Cabinet. To boost liquidity for telecom operators, the Telecom Commission in September approved increasing the time period for operators to pay for the spectrum bought in auctions to 16 years from 10 years, in line with the suggestion of the inter-ministerial panel. It also approved a cut in the interest rate on penalty for delayed payment on spectrum usage charges and licence fee payment. The current consolidation in the sector is also expected to lead to a more efficient industry; as ultimately, it is seen resulting in three strong private entities and a government-run public sector company. While Idea Cellular and Vodafone India have announced a merger, Bharti Airtel last month announced it will take over the telecom operations of Tata group. Bharti Airtel has already completed the acquisition of Tikona Digital Networks, while the approval process for the merger with Telenor India is expected to complete by Jan-Mar.

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Bank Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Bank Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017


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Bank Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Bank stocks are seen consolidating in the coming week, with stock-specific movements, now that most banks have declared their earnings for the September quarter. Any announcement on the rollout of recapitalisation bonds and news on their structure is expected to lend direction.
With private banks reporting strong loan growth and largely stable margins for the September quarter and remain positive on such banks in the coming week. Stocks of State Bank of India rose as much as 5% on yesterday after the lender said its slippage ratio fell to 1.85% in Jul-Sep from 5.38%
the previous quarter. The stock ended up 6.3%, the top gainer on the Nifty 50 index. Investors took
positions in the BankNifty index at 25100-25200 levels, which provided further momentum to the
index.

Bank of Baroda, United Bank, Punjab & Sind Bank, and Corporation Bank will detail their earnings for Jul-Sep next week. Updates will also be expected from Gyan Sangam, a two-day bankers' retreat that kicked off last day, with top bankers in attendance. Bank credit, non-performing assets, inclusion of micro, small and medium enterprises, and bank consolidation are some of the subjects up for discussion. The meeting will also be eyed for any news about the modalities of recapitalisation bonds, along with the demands of individual banks.

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FMCG Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

FMCG Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017


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FMCG Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Stocks of most fast moving consumer goods companies are seen moving in a thin range next week,
as the outcome of a meeting of the Goods and Services Tax Council. The GST Council yesterday announced a major re-fitment of items under the GST ambit, with 178 items being moved to the 18% slab from the 28% slab in the highest tax bracket.

Though paints, cements, washing machines and air conditioners have been retained in the 28% slab, rates on chocolates, chewing gum, and preparation for facial make-up, shaving and after-shave
items, deodorants, washing powder detergent and granite and marble have been cut to 18%.
The move could help companies like Britannia Industries Ltd gain some sales traction. Other
companies like Godrej Consumer Products Ltd and GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Ltd will
also benefit from the rate cut. Sales volumes of smaller companies such as GlaxoSmithKline could
gain momentum in the near term, as they have shifted focus to lower price units and sachets

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Pharma Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Pharma Sector Weekly Report  – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017


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Pharma Sector Weekly Report  – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Stocks of pharmaceutical companies are likely to decline next week as US FDA's combined warning letter to Lupin's plants at Goa and Pithampur, Madhya Pradhesh, has made market participants nervous about the sector.

This is in stark contrast to Divi's Laboratories, which got clearance from the US FDA for its Visakhapatnam unit-II. The unit had got a warning letter in April. Markets are uncertain about the
pharmaceutical sector due to the mixed news on regulatory issues in the US. This week, Lupin's 20.5% slump led to a 6% fall in the Nifty Pharma index. Also contributing the fall in the index was the 6% decline in Aurobindo Pharma yesterday and this week, which was downgraded by some
brokerages after its Jul-Sep earnings. While the company reported better-than-expected earnings for
the September quarter.

Apart from regulatory concerns, pricing pressure in the US is another factor weighing on the
sentiment due to consolidation of distribution channels there as well as faster generic product
approvals by the US FDA. .

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Oil Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Oil Sector Weekly Report  – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017


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Oil Sector Weekly Report  – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Stocks of state-owned oil refiners and retailers--Indian Oil Corp, Bharat Petroleum Corp, and
Hindustan Petroleum Corp--are expected to trade in a narrow range next week. The stocks of BPCL, Oil India will be focus on next week as the company detailed its earnings. For Jul-Sep, BPCL reported an 80.6% on-year rise in the net profit to 23.57 bln rupees. However, the bottomline was lower than the consensus estimate of 24.14 bln rupees. The refiner's gross refining margin for the
reporting quarter improved to $7.97 per barrel from $3.08 per barrel a year ago, but was lower than expectations of $9-$10 per barrel. In view of BPCL earnings missing estimates, the company's stock may face some selling pressure in early trade on Monday. Stocks of Oil India may gain as the company reported better-than-expected earnings for the September quarter. Net profit rose 11.3% on year to 6.46 bln rupees and the bottomline at 5.08 bln rupees.

In terms of fundamentals, the three state-owned oil marketing companies continue to be on solid
ground, benefiting from healthy domestic demand for fuels as well as robust core refining and
marketing margins, which lend a positive outlook to these stocks. In the absence of any major sectoral triggers, stocks of oil companies are expected to be guided by the movement in crude oil prices, news flow and the broader marker sentiment. Futures of crude oil may continue to rise in both global and domestic exchanges next week, fuelled by tensions in West Asia and expectations that key oil exporters may extend a deal to cut output. The Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and some other major producers are set to meet on Nov 30, and may discuss extending the agreement to cut output beyond March.

Stocks of upstream players such as Oil and Natural Gas Corp and Oil India may move in line with the
movement in crude oil prices next week. The fundamentals for these stocks have started improving,
as strong oil prices will lead to strong financial performance for upstream companies.

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Metal Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Metal Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017


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Metal Sector Weekly Report – 13.11.2017 To 17.11.2017

Stocks of most metal and mining companies are seen positive next week, after having ended this week with losses due to weakness in the broader market. We expect the Nifty 50 and the
Sensex to recoup some of their lost ground next week, and stocks of metal producers are likely to outperform the benchmark indices. With most companies having already detailed their earnings for
Jul-Sep, the movement in stocks of metal companies will be determined by data from China, and the movement in base metal prices.

Stock of Hindustan Copper which gained last week, are expected to sustain their positive momentum in the week ahead, even if the pace of gains slows. Talk of the company's strong fundamentals
and a robust outlook helped its shares hit an over three-year high during the week. Another key
trigger for metal producers would be the winter shutdowns for aluminium capacities, and shutting of
some illegal capacities.

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