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Intraday calls for 19-03-10

Posted on: March 19th, 2010 at 8:16 am

Markets likely to see a positive opening. Support for nifty is at 5200 and resistance at 5280.

If markets show weakness later during the day, sell: TVS motors.

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  1. Jai Anand Says:
    March 22nd, 2010
    Posted at: 7:52 am

    Any intraday calls 4m ur side CB??


  2. Jai Anand Says:
    March 22nd, 2010
    Posted at: 7:54 am

    Also provide me links where i cn knw, hw to trade in future segments...


  3. Jai Anand Says:
    March 22nd, 2010
    Posted at: 7:56 am

    As of nw, Hangseng is -1.98% n Nikkei is +0.75%, market may open lower today bt will show recoevry at d end of d trading session...


  4. CB Says:
    March 22nd, 2010
    Posted at: 8:01 am

    Hi Jai Anand, shall post in 10-15 min. hope this helps: http://nseguide.com/basic-rules-for-futures-traders/


  5. rashid Says:
    March 22nd, 2010
    Posted at: 8:03 am

    cbsir,
    my questions are missing?


  6. CB Says:
    March 22nd, 2010
    Posted at: 8:05 am

    Hi rashid, Not really sure whats wrong. can you write them again


  7. rashid Says:
    March 22nd, 2010
    Posted at: 8:08 am

    got a call from newspaper.

    for april,,,,,buy 5200 call, sell one 5300,5400 call,,maximum profit if nifty between 5300-5400,,,,,no loss on downside,,,loss on upside starts from 5500

    whats ur view on this call


  8. CB Says:
    March 22nd, 2010
    Posted at: 8:13 am

    Hi rashid, yes, on dips one can enter 5200 call with strict sl at 5150. selling 5300-5400 calls will give some profit since time factor will cause decay now.


  9. Bhupi Says:
    March 22nd, 2010
    Posted at: 10:44 am

    Hi suzane,

    Debenture:
    In law, a debenture is a document that either creates a debt or acknowledges it. The term is used in corporate finance for a medium to long-term debt instrument used by large companies to borrow money. In some countries the term is used interchangeably with bond, loan stock or note.

    Debentures are generally freely transferable by the debenture holder. Debenture holders have no voting rights and the interest paid to them is a charge against profit in the company's financial statements.

    In the United States, debenture refers specifically to an unsecured corporate bond;[1] i.e., a bond that does not have a certain line of income or piece of property or equipment to guarantee repayment of principal upon the bond's maturity. Where security is provided for loan stocks or bonds in the US, they are termed 'mortgage bonds'.

    However, in the United Kingdom a debenture is usually secured.[2] In Asia, if repayment is secured by a charge over land, the loan document is called a mortgage; where repayment is secured by a charge against other assets of the company, the document is called a debenture; and where no security is involved, the document is called a note or 'unsecured deposit note'.[3]

    A US corporation receives an advantage when it issues debentures (as opposed to issuing secured corporate bonds) because it means that the company does not have to set aside certain assets or income to guarantee against its default in paying back the principal at maturity. Therefore, a corporation that issues debentures may use for other financing activities those assets or funds that would otherwise be held in a separate account.

    There are two types of debentures:

    Convertible debentures, which are convertible bonds or bonds that can be converted into equity shares of the issuing company after a predetermined period of time. "Convertibility" is a feature that corporations may add to the bonds they issue to make them more attractive to buyers. In other words, it is a special feature that a corporate bond may carry. As a result of the advantage a buyer gets from the ability to convert; convertible bonds typically have lower interest rates than non-convertible corporate bonds.
    Non-convertible debentures, which are simply regular debentures, cannot be converted into equity shares of the liable company. They are debentures without the convertibility feature attached to them. As a result, they usually carry higher interest rates than their convertible counterparts.

    Stock:
    The stock or capital stock of a business entity represents the original capital paid into or invested in the business by its founders. It serves as a security for the creditors of a business since it cannot be withdrawn to the detriment of the creditors. Stock is distinct from the property and the assets of a business which may fluctuate in quantity and value.

    The stock of a business is divided into shares, the total of which must be stated at the time of business formation. Given the total amount of money invested in the business, a share has a certain declared face value, commonly known as the par value of a share. The par value is the de minimis (minimum) amount of money that a business may issue and sell shares for in many jurisdictions and it is the value represented as capital in the accounting of the business. In other jurisdictions, however, shares may not have an associated par value at all. Such stock is often called non-par stock. Shares represent a fraction of ownership in a business. A business may declare different types (classes) of shares, each having distinctive ownership rules, privileges, or share values.

    Bond:
    A Bond is simply an 'IOU' in which an investor agrees to loan money to a company or government in exchange for a predetermined interest rate.
    If a business wants to expand, one of its options is to borrow money from individual investors, pension funds, or mutual funds. The company issues bonds at various interest rates and sells them to the public. Investors purchase them with the understanding that the company will pay back their original principal (the amount the investor loaned to the company) plus any interest that is due by a set date (this is called the "maturity" date).

    A bondholder is mailed a check from the company at set intervals; in the United States, it is common for bonds to pay interest twice a year. In some other countries, bonds pay interest once a year. Still other bonds can pay monthly interest. It is entirely up to the "contract" that governs the bond offering. Unfortunately, these documents can be very difficult to come by, unlike the 10K or annual report of a share of stock.

    The rate of interest a bondholder earns depends on the strength of the corporation that issued the bond. For example, a blue chip is more stable and has a lower risk of defaulting on its debt. When companies such as Exxon Mobile, General Electric, et cetera, issue bonds, they may only pay 7% interest, while a much less stable start-up pays 10%. A general rule of thumb when investing in bonds is "the higher the interest rate, the riskier the bond."

    Who can issue bonds? Governments, municipalities, a variety of institutions, and corporations.

    There are many types of bonds, each having different features and characteristics. A few of the most notable are zero coupon and convertible.

    For new investors, one of the biggest risks of investing in bonds is something known as bond spreads. This huge hidden cost can result in thousands of dollars in losses if you trade your bonds frequently.


  10. Bhupi Says:
    March 22nd, 2010
    Posted at: 11:03 am

    Hi suzane,

    Hi So many comapys are closed and changing there name..and by the way "Unit Trust of India" is not bank is fund house.....he is the father of MF...... CB said ture... contact your brokar....if you want help from my side email me details on : bhupeshvarsani@gmail.com..i will try to sloved...


  11. GP Says:
    March 29th, 2010
    Posted at: 9:24 am

    Hi CB Good Morning,
    Liberty already touched 110 opening , but now its on 103, could u plz tell me wht its todays tgt? its a hold for me @107.5
    I have Shreeashtavinayak@15 when will it come back to that price?


  12. CB Says:
    March 29th, 2010
    Posted at: 9:26 am

    Hi GP, hold onto it. can see 108 today. yes, shree Ashtavinayak is a hold for short term. will bounce back.


  13. delist Says:
    May 9th, 2010
    Posted at: 8:49 am

    send me ur details of holding to my mail id deepak_smehta@yahoo.co.in , so tat i can check wether i can buy some


  14. Terrah Says:
    July 6th, 2011
    Posted at: 12:03 am

    I feel so much happier now I udnerasntd all this. Thanks!


  15. CB Says:
    July 6th, 2011
    Posted at: 3:11 am

    Hi Terrah, most welcome. daily intraday calls are posted here by 8.30am : http://nseguide.com/intraday-calls-tips/


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