In the first half of a day it was a range bound session, but picks up momentum in the second half and ends in a green zone for the third consecutive day led by index heavyweights Reliance Industries and Infosys along with Bharti, FMCG and Pharma stocks.
HEADLINES FOR THE DAY:
o Infosys surged on the acquisition of US Company.
o DLF gains as the cow is in talks with PE players to sell 40 pct rental biz stake.
o Crompton Greaves to sell land parcels for Rs 4.96 billion in Mumbai.
o Dabur shares tanks as ‘Real’ juice sales to be hit by Nepal unrest.
o NBCC wins new project in Hyderabad of Rs 1.26 billion.
o Amtek Auto gains on heavy trading volumes.
Q2 RESULTS CORNER:
o HCL Tech reported lower than expected Q2 numbers, net profit for the quarter dips 3 pct, which stood at Rs 1726 crore, revenue up 3.3 pct to Rs 10097 crore. Dollar revenue rose also up half a percent to USD 1,545 million for the quarter.
o UltraTech Cement Q2 net profit dips 4 pct stood at Rs 394 crore compared on a yearly basis, profit tanks on higher tax expenses and lower other income. Revenue for the quarter, up 4.7% to Rs 5681.6 crore.
o Reliance Industries rise after reported strong Q2 numbers, net profit for the quarter, up 12.5 percent, which stood at Rs 6720 crore against 5972 crore same quarter last year.
o Petronet Q2 net profit slips 5 percent seen to Rs 249 crores on lower revenue and operational on a yearly basis. Revenue tanks 31 pct to Rs 7545 crore.
o CRISIL reported good Q3 numbers, profit jump 8.1 pct to Rs 76.87 crore against 71.11 crore for the same quarter last year.
o Unichem Q2 net surged 3.49 pct to Rs 23 crore against 22.31 crore.
o Tata Metaliks net loss narrows to Rs 10 lakh for the second quarter; Expenses were lower in this quarter at Rs 289.07 crore against Rs 305.51 crore.
NEWS WHICH LED STOCKS ENDS IN GREEN ZONE:
o Aviation shares like Jet Airways extend its previous day gains after IndiGo’s parent InterGlobe Aviation fixed the price band for its proposed IPO (initial public offer).
o Repro India gains 20 percent in today’s trading session on the reports of tie-up with Lightning Source.
o Sunil Hitech gains more than 5 percent on winning new EPC projects in Bihar worth Rs 474 crore.
o Pharma stocks were in demand today; DRREDDY hits fresh high on NSE.
o IFCI rallied as much as on the back of positive news that a company pays dividends to GoI (Government of India).
NEWS WHICH LED STOCK ENDS IN RED ZONE:
o Havells ends on a flat to negative zone despite of news that the company launches automatic switchgear products.
o Tata Motors shares tanks today as profit booking seen in stock, on NSE stock opened at 384 and hits low of 376.25.
o RPP Infra ends on the red side despite of positive news flow that company bags new orders.
CALLS FROM TECHNICAL FRONT:
o SRF EQ gains for the second straight day with heavy trading volumes, In the first half stock soars and the rest of the day it was consolidating, buying seen in next trading day, Buy above 1337.50 targets 1350.90/1364.40/1378 SL 1324.
o MRPL EQ gains and given breakouts of its important resistance and closed above it, which indicates more buying from current levels, Buy above 58 targets 58.60/59.20/59.80 SL 57.40.
Results on 19th October 2015:
o ACC, Biocon, DHFL, Federal Bank, Jyothy Lab, Mphasis, HeroMoto Corp, WelspunInd and Everest India are coming up with its Q2 (Quarter 2) results on Tuesday.
What is a Stop Loss order?
A stop loss is trading tool which uses for minimizing loss, it is an order which applies to trade security when security climbed rise or down to a specified (fixed) steep price. Whenever the specified stop price is achieved, then the stop order is used as a market order or a limit order. The trader doesn’t monitor expertly how a particular stock price fluctuates with a stop order. Trading is a very risky deal if you have not proper trading tips, Expert Stock Trading Tips and Free Option Tips are required for stock segments and Forex Tips for the currency market.
In an exciting, unstable market, the price at which the trade is performed may be dissimilar from the value of stop price in the trading case of a market order. Otherwise in the limit order the sometime trade may perform or sometimes at all. This condition occurred when there are no other requires traders available at the limit price.
Categories on Stop Loss order
1) Stop Loss Limit Order
In this order, trader order to purchase a security at no more than a sated limit price. The most important thing about this order is, it gives some control on the price to trader where trade is executed, although may put off the order from being performed.
A stop loss purchase limit order at the bounded price or lower and it can be processed by the exchange. For instance, if a trader is in short position and wants to defend his position, but doesn’t desire to pay more than Rs.50 for the special stock, the trader can put a stop loss buy limit order to purchase the stock at any price up to Rs.50. The trader will not be fixed buying the stock at Rs.55 if the price increase sharply by applying a limit order rather than a market order. Otherwise a stop loss sell limit order can only be processed at the limit price or higher. This order is very useful when we trade on an index like as nifty with special Free Nifty Tips.
Profits of the stop loss limit order
The major benefit of a stop loss limit order is that an investor has entirety control above the price on which the order is performed. The main drawback of the stop loss limit order is that in a quick moving unstable market your stop loss order may not get perform when there is no trader available at the limit price.
2) Stop Loss Market Order
A stop loss market order is an order to trade a security when the security’s price climbed more than a particular stop price. While the particular stop price is getting, the stop order is applied as a no limit order i.e. Market order. We can say in other words market order is an order to trade assets at the current market price where the stop order is activated. This kind of stop loss order provides the trader no manage over the price at which the trade will be executed.
A sell stop market order is an order to trade in sell at the most excellent obtainable price after the price value goes less than the stop price. A sell stop price is always lower than the current market price. For instance, when a share trader holds a stock at present valued at Rs.50 and is concerned that the value may go down, they can put a sell stop order at Rs.40. When the share price goes down to Rs.40, the exchange will sell the order at the next available price. If the stop price is at up or down on purchase price, then this can limit the traders’ losses.
Stop loss orders are vast assurance policies that charge nothing and can secure your capital. Unless you have strategy to hold a stock eternally, you should apply using them to defend yourself.