Stock Trading:Sun Pharma,Maruti and IDFC

By | September 30, 2013 12:03 am


IDFCIDFC is again taken support at fibo fan on weekly chart. Positional trades watch for close above 89 for target of 92 and 97.

Intraday traders can use the below mention levels

Buy above 89.8 Tgt 91,92.5 and 94.4 SL 88.8

Sell below 88.5 Tgt 87.5,86.4 and 85 SL 89


Sun Pharma

Sun Pharma

Sun Pharma is again sold off from the top of Fibo fans.

Intraday traders can use the below mention levels

Buy above 591.5 Tgt 595,599 and 603 SL 590

Sell below 589 Tgt 585,580 and 575 SL 591.2




Maruti is near an important gann number of 1350, Any close below it will be bearish for stock in short term giving short term target of 1315 and 1276.


Intraday traders can use the below mention levels

Buy above 1380 Tgt 1395,1408 and 1424 SL 1367

Sell below 1350 Tgt 1333,1320 and 1303 SL 1367

Stock Performance Sheet for the Month of September is Updated @  Net Profit for the month of Sep is 1.82 Lakh and Oct Month 14K

Stock Performance Positional sheet for Sep Month is updated on  Net Profit for Sep Month 2.35 Lakhs


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About Bramesh

Bramesh Bhandari has been actively trading the Indian Stock Markets since over 15+ Years. His primary strategies are his interpretations and applications of Gann And Astro Methodologies developed over the past decade.

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