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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Equity Tips
STOCK FUTURES:

FUTURES INTRADAY:
BUY VOLTAS FUTURE BUY CALL 3RD TG
BUY HUL FUTURE BUY CALL 1ST TG 1034

PREMIUM FUTURES:
BUY TATAMOTOR FUTURE  BUY CALL 1ST TG
SELL KSCL FUTURE SELL 3RD TG

NIFTY FUTURES:
BUY NIFTY BUY CALL 1ST TG
BUY BANK NIFTY FUTURE BUY CALL 1ST TG

OPTION
BUY TATA MOTAOR 460 CALL  MAY BUY CALL 1STTG
BUY HINDUNILVER 1000 CALL  MAY BUY CALL 2ND TG

OPTION PREMIUM
BUY VOLTAS 440 CALL MAY 3 RD TG

STOCK CASH

STOCK CASH INTRADAY
BUY JUBILANT IN CASHAT BUY CALL 3RD TG
BUY VOLTAS IN CASH BUY CALL 1STG
BUY EROSMEDIA IN CASH BUY CALL 2ND TG

STOCK CASH  PREMIUM:
BUY BHARAT FORG IN CASH BUY CALL 1ST TG
BUY ITC IN CASH HOLD FOR TOMORROW
HINDUNILVE IN CASH 1ST TG 1035 ALMOST ACHIVED HIGH 1032.85 BOOK PARTIAL PROFIT 2ND TG 1042

STOCK SUPER CASH PREMIUM
BUY VOLTAS IN CASH BUY CALL1ST TG

EQUITY KING CALL
BEML FUTURES BOOK SUMPER BUMPER PROFIT TRADING NR 1127 BOOK 50% PROFIT, HOLD REMANING FOR FINAL TG 1110
KSCL FUTURE MADE LOW 492 NR FINAL TGT 490 BOOK MOST OF PROFIT NR IT

OPTION STRATEGY
BOOK 50% PROFIT NR 65-70 IN TC CALL 2500 AND HOLD 50% FOR TGT 80

HNI CASH CALL
BUY BHARATFORG IN CASH IN 1ST TG

HNI FUTURE CALL
BUY TATAMOTOR FUTURE HOLD FOR TOMORRROW
BUY TCS MAY FUTURES NEAR50% HOLD

HNI OPTION CALL
BUY BHEL 150 MAY PUT HOLD FOR TOMORRROW

CPE FUTURE CALL
BUY VOLTAS FUTURE BUY CALL 1ST TG ALMOST
SELL BEML FUTURE SELL CALL 3RD  TG ALMOST
SELL KSCL FUTURE 50%  BOOK HOLD
SELL BEML FUTURE SELL CALL 50% BOOKED HOLD
SELL BPCLSELL CALL  HOLD FOR TOMORRROW

Investment & trading in securities market is always subjected to market risks, past performance is not a guarantee of future performance.
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Benchmark indices ended the session on a negative note, dragged by fall in midcaps as well as escalating cross border tensions.
The Sensex closed down 63.61 points at 30301.64, while the Nifty ended 16.40 points lower at 9369.75. The market breadth was negative as just 697 shares advanced against a decline of 2,022 shares, while 151 shares were unchanged.

Tata Motors was the stock of the day, which was the top gainer, along with Tata Motors DVR and GAIL on both indices. Meanwhile, BHEL, Larsen and Toubro, Bank of Baroda and Bharti Infratel lost the most.

HEADLINES OF THE DAY
Bharat Forge Q4FY2017 numbers in line with estimates.
Adani Ports puts up a strong show in Q4.
Kaveri Seeds Q4 net loss at Rs87 cr.

UPCOMING RESULTS: ASHOKLEY, ASIAN HOTEL, BALKRISHNAIND, BFUTILITY, BOSCH, BRITANNIA, CIPLA, DHAMPUR, GSPL, IOC, MANNAOURAMFIN, NMDC, PAGEIND, VADILA, TIMKEN, THOMASCOOK

The crucial resistance for Nifty spot is now seen at 9430 and above this 9500.Support for the immediate term is now placed at 9330 and next support will be 9270.

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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

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Sensex opens 0.25% higher, Nifty above 9400; Tata Motors up 4%

Benchmark indices opened on a positive note on Wednesday, with the Nifty reclaiming 9400-mark in the first tick.

The Sensex was up 71.86 points at 30437.11, while the Nifty was up 22.65 points at 9408.80. The market breadth was positive, but narrow, as 267 shares advanced against a decline of 145 shares, while 36 shares were unchanged.

Tata Motors gained around 4 percent on the back of stellar results, followed by Adani Ports and Tata Motors DVR. Meanwhile, Bharti Airtel, Lupin and Bharti Airtel lost the most.

The Indian rupee on Wednesday opened at 64.91 to the dollar, 2 paise weaker than its previous close of 64.89.

"Pessimism which persists in the domestic equity market will be the reason for rupee to depreciate. The spot USD-INR pair will trade in a range of 64.80-65.20/dollar today."

Globally, major indexes in Asia opened higher on Wednesday as investors looked ahead to US Federal Reserve views on interest rate hike prospects and await an upcoming OPEC meeting widely expected to extend production cuts for nine months to March 2018.

Markets are awaiting the release of minutes from the Fed's for its last meeting on Wednesday in the US for details on the probability of a rate hike in June. More information from the Fed on how it intends to unwind its balance sheet is also expected.

Investment & trading in securities market is always subjected to market risks, past performance is not a guarantee of future performance.
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STOCK FUTURES:

FUTURES INTRADAY:
SELL HINDPETRO FUTURE CALL 3RD TG
SELL SUNPHARMA FUTURE SELL 3RD TG

PREMIUM FUTURES:
SELL GRASIM FUTURE SELL CALL 3RD TG
SELL GAIL INDIA FUTURE SELL CALL1 ST TG

NIFTY FUTURES:
BUY NIFTY BUY CALL 1ST TG
SELL BANK NIFTY SELL 3RD TG  ALMOST

OPTION
BUY SUNPHARMA 600 PUT MAY BUY CALL 1STTG

OPTION PREMIUM
BUY STAR 950 PUT MAY BUY CALL 3RD TG
BUY TATAMOTOR 450 CALL MAY BOOK FULL PROFIT NEAR IT 14.50- 15.1
BUY ADANIPORTS 340 PUT MAY HOLD FOR TOMORROW

STOCK CASH

STOCK CASH INTRADAY
SELL JUST DIAL IN CASH SELL CALL 2ND TG

STOCK CASH PREMIUM:
BUY ITC IN CASH HOLD FOR TOMORROW
BUY HINDUNILVER IN CASH HOLD FOR TOMORROW

STOCK SUPER CASH PREMIUM
BUY SHAKTIPUMP IN CASH BUY CALL 1ST TG

EQUITY KING CALL
BOOK 50% PROFIT IN ADANI PORTS FUTURES NEAR 328 TO 329 AND HOLD REMANING POSITION FOR FINAL TG 320
AUROBINDO PHARMA FUTURES ON FIREEEEEEEEEEE OUR FINAL TGT 565 ACHIEVED,BOOK FULL PROFIT NEAR TO IT,
JUST DIAL SELL CALL ON FIREEEEEEEEEEE OUR FINAL TGT 571 ACHIEVED,BOOK FULL PROFIT NEAR TO IT

OPTION STRATEGY
BUY INDIAN CEMENTS 200 MAY PUT 3RD TG
BUY ITC 300 CALL MAY 50% BOOKED AT 7.35
BUY ADANIPORTS 320 MAY PUT HOLD FOR TOMORRROW

HNI CASH CALL
BUY BBTC IN CASH BUY CALL 1ST TG

HNI FUTURE CALL
SELL JUST DIAL SELL CALL 3RD TG

CPE FUTURE CALL
SELL BPCLSELL CALL  HOLD FOR TOMORRROW
BEML FUTURES SELL CALL FUTURE MADE LOW OF 1206.10 BOOK MORE PROFIT NEAR IT AND FINAL TG 1175
JUST DIAL SELL CALL FUTURE MADE LOW OF 469.70 BOOK MORE PROFIT NEAR IT AND 1ST TG 461

Investment & trading in securities market is always subjected to market risks, past performance is not a guarantee of future performance.
CapitalStars Investment Adviser: SEBI Registration Number: INA000001647

Monday, May 22, 2017

Equity Tips

Sensex, Nifty open absolutely flat, pharma stocks crack

Equity benchmark indices began the session on a flat note, with the Sensex and Nifty trading with double digit gains.

The Sensex was up 21.25 points at 30592.22, while the Nifty was up 5.30 points at 9443.55. The market breadth was narrow as 447 shares advanced against a decline of 312 shares, while 39 shares were unchanged.

Midcaps gained marginally higher, along with IT and auto indices on the Nifty, while pharma stocks took a hit on the back of negative news flow. Aurobindo Pharma and Sun Pharma fell over 4 percent.

Maruti Suzuki, HDFC, and Asian Paints were the top gainers, while GAIL and Sun Pharma lost the most on both indices.

The Indian rupee opened lower by 8 paise at 64.63 per dollar on Tuesday versus previous close 64.55.

"USD-INR pair bounced back from recent lows and is expected to move towards 65/dollar in due course of time. Today the pair is expected to trade within a range of 64.40-64.60."

"The 10-year benchmark yield is expected to trade within a range 6.76-6.78 percent. The yield is expected to soften further."

Globally, Asian markets traded sideways on Tuesday, after major indexes on Wall Street closed in the green and on headlines out of the UK of a deadly explosion at a concert venue in Manchester.

US stocks rose on Monday, boosted by technology shares and by defence companies, which gained after the United States and Saudi Arabia signed a multi-billion dollar arms deal.

Investment & trading in securities market is always subjected to market risks, past performance is not a guarantee of future performance.
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Saturday, May 20, 2017


The mother ship of the Indian banking industry is navigating very well in turbulent waters. That’s what we conclude after looking at a very decent set of fourth quarter numbers from State Bank of India.

While the headline print is somewhat distorted due to the Asset Quality Review of the year-ago quarter, there are several positive takeaways from the numbers nevertheless.

The healthy growth in net interest income (the difference between interest income and expenses) by over 17 percent was aided by over 7 percent growth in advances and only a marginal decline in net interest margin. Margin, nevertheless, witnessed a small uptick sequentially.

Other income was somewhat stagnant on a year-on-year basis, but the control on costs as reflected in the lower cost-to-income ratio drove the greater-than-12 percent growth in operating profit.

Finally, the lower provision compared to the year-ago quarter resulted in significant jump in the headline profitability number.

What did we like in the result?

The resumption of growth, coupled with the ability to improve margins, was comforting. Not only did advances grow by 7.3 percent annually, thereby outperforming the system credit growth of 5.1 percent, the sequential growth of 8.5 percent shows the lender is also grabbing market share from public sector peers who are severely weighed down by asset quality woes. Overall credit growth including corporate bonds and commercial paper stood at a healthy 14 percent.

The composition suggests a diversified book with a 24-percent share of the retail portfolio. The bank has disclosed that 84 percent of the new relationships are either PSUs or corporates rated above A, thereby pointing to a well-managed and less risky business model, going forward.

The performance on the margin front – a slight improvement sequentially -- has come about owing to lower cost of funds. While the demonetisation-led rush had a positive impact on rates in the previous quarter, the bank appears to have retained some of those gains as reflected in the stable CASA (low cost deposits) ratio of 45.6 percent.

The bank has improved its share in domestic deposits as well as advances. A deep dive into the profile of fee income suggests that the retail component of fees (close to 78 percent) is growing at a much faster pace and stable sources like cross-selling and fees on locker rent etc. are compensating for the subdued performance on corporate fees.

Asset quality – positive takeaways

Finally, the number that the Street was eagerly awaiting – the slippage in the quarter, didn’t disappoint either. While it was more or less flat sequentially, there were several details in the fine print to draw comfort from.

maintained a healthy coverage ratio at 66 percent (including write-off) was an improvement over the 61 percent that it had at the end of the previous fiscal.

Secondly, the absolute slippage in the year at Rs 43,374 crore was lower than what it reported in the previous fiscal at Rs 64,198 crore. Incidentally, 72 percent of the corporate slippages for the year and 70 percent of the corporate slippage for the quarter was from the watch list. The total stress including restructured, SDR and S4A stood at 10 percent, an addition of 3 percent over its reported gross NPA number.

Incidentally, the quantum of the watch list (after adding the share of associates that got merged) stood at Rs 32,427 crore (1.6 percent of advances) lower than the standalone watch list last year of Rs 34,776 crore (2.3 percent of advances). Even if we assume that 70 percent of the same slips into NPA over the course of FY18 – at Rs 22699 crore, the slippage will show a substantial reduction compared to FY17. This should result in lower credit cost and positively impact earnings.

Investment & trading in securities market is always subjected to market risks, past performance is not a guarantee of future performance.
CapitalStars Investment Adviser: SEBI Registration Number: INA000001647

Friday, May 19, 2017

Equity Tips
STOCK FUTURES:

FUTURES INTRADAY:
SELL UPL FUTURE CALL 3RD TG
BUY MOTHERSUMI FUTURE 1STG

NIFTY FUTURES:
SELL NIFTY FUTURES SELL CALL2ND TG

OPTION
BUY SBIN 315 CALL MAY BUY CALL  3RD TG ALMOST

OPTION PREMIUM
BUY SBIN 300 CALL MAY BUY CALL 2ND TG
BUY SBIN 315 CALL MAY BUY CALL 1ST TG

STOCK CASH

STOCK CASH INTRADAY
BUY GRANULES IN CASH BUY CALL2 ND TG
BUY SBIN CASH BUY CALL2 ND TG

STOCK CASH PREMIUM:
BUY MOTHERSUMI IN CASH BUY CALL 1ST TG
BUY ADANI TRANSMISSION IN CASH HOLD FOR TOMORROW
BUY SHAKTIPUMP IN CASH BUY CALL 2ND TG
BUY ICICI BANK IN CASH HOLD FOR TOMORROW
SBIN WAS BOUGHT ON 16TH MAY TRADING NR TO 2ND TG 315 ACHIEVED,BOOK MORE PROFIT 3RD TG 320

STOCK SUPER CASH PREMIUM
BUY HUDCO IN CASH BUY CALL 2ND TG

EQUITY KING CALL
MOTHERSUMI FUTURE MADE HIGH 423.30 BOOK 50% PROFIT HOLD 50% FOR TGT 425.5

OPTION STRATEGY
MOTHERSON SUMI 420 MAY CALL BOOK BUMPER SUPER FULL PROFIT TRADING NR FINAL TG 11 BOOK FULL
SBIN 315 CALL GIVEN 16 MAY MADE HIGH 6 BOOK 75% PROFIT FINAL TGT 7

HNI CASH CALL
BUY HUDCO IN CASH BUY CALL 50% BOOKED & HOLD

CPE FUTURE CALL
SELL UPL FUTURES SELL CALL1 ST TG ALMOST
BUY MOTHER SUMI FUTURES BUY CALL 50% BOOKED
PETRONET FUTURES(15 TH MAY) FINAL TGT 460 ALMOST

Investment & trading in securities market is always subjected to market risks, past performance is not a guarantee of future performance.
CapitalStars Investment Adviser: SEBI Registration Number: INA000001647
Equity Tips
Bears took charge on the D-Street for the second consecutive day, which dragged the markets lower from a gap-up opening as well as 200-plus point gain on the Sensex. The Street managed to close the session on a flat note.

The 30-share Sensex closed up 30.13 points at 30464.92, while the Nifty ended lower by 1.55 points at 9427.90. The market breadth was negative as 985 shares advanced against a decline of 1,759 shares, while 169 shares were unchanged.FMCG majors, ITC and HUL were the top gainers on both the indices, while Asian Paints, Mahindra & Mahindra and BPCL lost the most.

HEADLINES OF THE DAY
Lupin gets USFDA approval for Quetiapine Fumarate Tablets.
MRPL plans to expand refining capacity by 10mmt to 25mmt.
Pidilite Q4 Net Profit at Rs157.2 Cr.

UPCOMING RESULTS: CORPORATION BANK, CHAMBALFERT, ALLCARGO, ENGINERSIN, GAIL, GODREJIND,  SRF,  GHCL.

The crucial resistance for Nifty spot is now seen at 9500 and above this 9535.Support for the immediate term is now placed at 9410 and next support will be 9360.

Investment & trading in securities market is always subjected to market risks, past performance is not a guarantee of future performance.
CapitalStars Investment Adviser: SEBI Registration Number: INA000001647

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Equity Tips
Sensex at record high; ITC, HUL and Bank of Baroda surge

Benchmark indices witnessed a gap-up opening on Friday, following the negative previous session, as the Street cheered the rates for the new goods and services tax (GST).

The Sensex was up 152.79 points at 30587.58, while the Nifty was up 40.40 points at 9469.85. The market breadth was healthy as 642 shares advanced against decline of 154 shares, while 37 shares were unchanged.

ITC was the biggest gainer, soaring 5 percent, as the GST rates sprung no surprises to the Street. This was followed by Hindustan Unilever (HUL), Bank of Baroda. Meanwhile, Asian Paints and Infosys witnessed some profit booking after Thursday’s rally and
lost the most.

The Indian rupee gained in the early trade on Friday. It has opened higher by 6 paise at 64.78 per dollar versus previous close 64.84.

Yesterday, the rupee fell by nearly 70 paise (1.1 percent) to close at 64.84 to the dollar, tracking losses in domestic equities and other emerging market currencies.

"We expect the USD-INR pair to be under pressure till the global risk tone improves. The pair is expected to trade in the 64.50-65.30/dollar range today."

On the global front, Asian stocks were mixed early on Friday and the dollar held onto overnight gains made on strong economic data, but investors were cautious due to uncertainties surrounding President Donald Trump after reports he tried to influence a federal investigation.

The US dollar reversed early losses against a basket of major currencies after stronger-than-expected US economic data put the focus back on a widely anticipated increase in interest rates by the Federal Reserve.

Investment & trading in securities market is always subjected to market risks, past performance is not a guarantee of future performance.
CapitalStars Investment Adviser: SEBI Registration Number: INA000001647

Equity Tips
STOCK FUTURES:

FUTURES INTRADAY:
BUY GRANULES FUT BUY CALL 3RD TG

PREMIUM FUTURES:
SELL CESC FUTURE SELL 3RD TG
SELL BAJAJFINSV FUTURE SELL 3RD TG

OPTION
BUY HEXAWARE 260 CALL MAY 3RD TG
BUY INDUSINBANK 1400 PUT MAY 3RD TG

STOCK CASH

STOCK CASH INTRADAY
BUY EIDPARRY IN CASH BUY CALL 2ND TG
BUY HEXAWARE IN CASH BUY CALL 1ST TG
BUY GRANULES IN CASH BUY CALL 1ST TG

STOCK CASH PREMIUM:
BUY ICICI BANK IN CASH HOLD FOR TOMORROW

STOCK SUPER CASH PREMIUM
BUY UBL IN CASH BUY CALL 1ST TG

EQUITY KING CALL
BHARAT FORGE FUTURE BOOK BUMPER PROFIT FINAL TG 1070 FULLY ACHIEVED BOK SUPER PROFIT

OPTION STRATEGY
YES BANK 1400 MAY PUT TRADING NR 28 NR FINAL TG 30 BOOK FULL PROFIT TILL

HNI FUTURE CALL
INDUSIND BANK FUTURE MADE LOW 1393.25 BOOK 50% PROFIT HOLD 50% FOR TGT 1380
BATAINDIA FUTURE SOLD NR 860 MADE LOW 853.1 BOOK MOST OF PROFIT NR IT

HNI OPTION CALL
BUMPER PROFIT CONTINUE CESC 880 MAY PUT FINAL TG 35 ACHIEVD AROUND 11 POINTS PROFIT, BOOK FULL PROFIT
ICICI 310 MAY CALL WAS BOUGHT NR 5 MADE HIGH 6.8 BOOK AROUND 75% PROFIT, HOLD LESS QUANTITY FOR FINAL TG 8,REVISE SL AT 3.5

CPE FUTURE CALL
SELL CESC FUTURES SELL FINAL TG
SELL CESC FUTURES 2ND SELL FINAL TG ALMOST
BUY HUL 1000 MAY CALL SL TRIGERRED GIVEN 10 MAY

Investment & trading in securities market is always subjected to market risks, past performance is not a guarantee of future performance.
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Equity Tips

Benchmark indices ended the session on a negative note, dragged by weak global cues. Key indices such as midcaps, banks and auto fell, while information technology (IT) stocks managed to offer some support to the Street.
The 30-share Sensex was down 223.98 points at 30434.79, while the Nifty closed lower by 96.30 points at 9429.45. The market breadth was negative as 711 shares advanced against a decline of 2,037 shares, while 164 shares were unchanged.
IT stocks Wipro and TCS were the top gainers for the day, while BHEL, Tata Motors, Yes Bank and Bosch fell the most.

Midcaps took a big hit as its index on the Nifty fell over 2 percent, followed by auto, PSU banks and metals.

HEADLINES OF THE DAY
Bajaj Auto Q4 net profit falls 13.45% to Rs 862 cr on poor exports, BS-3 ruling.
Restructuring plan drags CESC 10%, announces stock split.
Cabinet approves long-awaited coal linkage policy.

UPCOMING RESULTS: GRASIM, JUSTDIAL, MMFORGING, SHAKTIPUMP, TATAPOWER, VGUARD, VRL LOGISTIC, KEC, KALPATRU, MOTHERSUMI, SBI, UNION BANK,  SINTEX.

The crucial resistance for Nifty spot is now seen at 9500 and above this 9535.Support for the immediate term is now placed at 9410 and next support will be 9360.

Investment & trading in securities market is always subjected to market risks, past performance is not a guarantee of future performance.
CapitalStars Investment Adviser: SEBI Registration Number: INA000001647

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Equity Tips

Sensex, Nifty open lower on global selloff; midcaps, pharma stocks fall

Oil prices dipped on Thursday, weighed down by plentiful supply despite ongoing efforts led by OPEC to tighten the market by cutting production.

Tracking weak global cues on the back of a selloff, the market on Thursday opened on a negative note.

The Sensex was down 133.62 points at 30525.15, while the Nifty fell 48.15 points at 9477.60. The market breadth was negative as 193 shares advanced against a decline of 734 shares, while 37 shares were unchanged.

Hero MotoCorp, Dr Reddy’s, Hindalco and Adani Ports were the top losers on both indices, while Wipro, TCS and HDFC gained the most.

All major indices on the Nifty—midcaps, IT, pharma, auto and energy, others—were trading lower, driving the consolidation.

The Indian rupee opened lower by 19 at 64.34 per dollar on Thursday versus previous close 64.15.

"The dollar weakened against most currencies due to political developments and mixed data from the US. The rupee is well supported on the back of custodial flows into the country."

IDFC Bank, Credit Suisse Securities and ICICI Securities were the lead managers to the offer.

Asian stocks fell on Thursday in line with global peers, and the dollar nursed deep losses against the yen as uncertainty mounted over US President Donald Trump's future following reports that he tried to interfere with a federal investigation.

Investment & trading in securities market is always subjected to market risks, past performance is not a guarantee of future performance.
CapitalStars Investment Adviser: SEBI Registration Number: INA000001647