Morning Trading Strategies – India June 27, 2012

English: Wordmark of Cipla. Trademarked by Cipla.

English: Wordmark of Cipla. Trademarked by Cipla. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Currency markets expiry does not usually bring much volatility as the markets inherently trade in forwards and futures. However the dollar is poised to hit 56.50 today as the Rupee’s fortunes take over petty benchmarking to a Dollar index fed by the weakening Euro. The Dollar index is itself down despite the Euro weakening as the Yen follows to higher ground on the back of its new revenue measure on a government running a 200% public debt but required for speculators who thrive on funding trades thru the Strong Yen However forward continue to retain all their premium..

English: Bajaj auto rickshaws in Adama, Ethiopia.

English: Bajaj auto rickshaws in Adama, Ethiopia. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In stocks, the benched NBFC sector could help the banks surpass earlier week’s levels on the Banknifty while the index rangebound till 5150 is probably ripe for the adventurous to sell a few June puts, but most should have been done by Monday. A couple of network mentions like Jubilant and Titan ind shorts are great starts. On the long side, REC, PFC, PTC and Powergrid should move at different parts of the day and typically ING Vysya and Indus Ind as well. Bank Nifty gets safe to 10,200. Setting up new July strategies should have been disturbed by the seesaw index moves and so one should probably wait before publishing bullish option picks in the segment esp as July options are overpriced. Futures plays in the Bullish sectors are safe including Healthcare which may get a little cashed out as interest returns to other sectors today. Buy Cipla at today’s lows, stay in Sun Pharma if you are already in and exit Dr Reddy

BAJAJ AUTO  is again a long and HEROMOTOCORP could recover a few in the couple of nifty surges in the day but both will likely start back from 1500 and 1960 again in the near future. Use discretion and exit any upmove after 3% for day trading and those staying in should be ready to stay out July. Fresh buys in MARUTI enjoy the same caveat. Banks are at a new level but may not retrace much more except Axis to 978 levels and SBI to 2110

Prime Focus (RJ), Tata Global (Starbucks, Indian promoters) and a few other Mid Cap picks are around including Mannapuram Finance. Reliance Anil Ambani stocks including Rel Infra and Rel Media will have a move each in this run to 5400 if it happens

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English: Generic finasteride 1mg tablets produced by Cipla India (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Infra sector is poised for a take off on its own technical steam as well as good announcements from the PMO / MoF. IDFC and GMR Infra remain prized large cap picks in the sector. GVK Power, IRB and LANCO seem to be marginalised by their Capital structure by now but Global infra financing sector would still have to adjust to a lot of India specific projects’ independent performance strictures and it will not be easy except for Development Finance plays from Japan ( $10 B for DMIC), IFC and even ADB to enter India and thence I atch out for others except IDFC

A very tough pre open, Infra may have bottomed out but it is not going to break out any faster

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