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J Geeta Joshi

J Geeta Joshi

City: Hyderabad

Joining Date: 09 Apr , 2010
Last Login: 10:52 PM - 23 Dec , 2010
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Reply for: MY PERFORMANCE FOR THE MONTH OF OCT.2010(Nitin Gupta)

J Geeta Joshi at 03:58 PM - Oct 28, 2010 ( )

By the way, what is your total investment?

Reply for: MY PERFORMANCE FOR THE MONTH OF OCT.2010(Nitin Gupta)

J Geeta Joshi at 03:56 PM - Oct 28, 2010 ( )

Congratulations Nitinji. Very good Keep it up. I am very badly hit today and this month. Total 5 figure loss. It's difficult to cope.

Wish you all the best for November month.

Congrats once again.

Reply for: big game s getin on in 6100 call nov today

J Geeta Joshi at 03:51 PM - Oct 28, 2010 ( )


We were like being "on the wrong side of the traffic". I didn't book 6100 call 5 lots (bought @ 2.75) @ 6.30 hoping to get more. I bought some hoping some magic in last half an hour. But it was 6000 PE which had the last laugh. from 0.40 it shot to 19 in 2 minutes. Culprits are RIL, TATA, SBI and ONGC. we all were totally looted. we went for the loot and got looted. Again no stop loss and got hit maximum. My 6000 call was @ 80 + it went down to 0.000005.

Reply for: big game s getin on in 6100 call nov today

J Geeta Joshi at 03:11 PM - Oct 28, 2010 ( )


Reply for: all about nifty - expiry spl call vry spl call

J Geeta Joshi at 02:46 PM - Oct 28, 2010 ( )

Oct or Nov

Is it RIL or SBI or Tata Motors or TISCO or ONGC ? which one will take us to 4th or 5th Targets?

Reply for: big game s getin on in 6100 call nov today

J Geeta Joshi at 02:41 PM - Oct 28, 2010 ( )


I having 5 lots of 6100 Oct. @ 2.75 What's the target It hit 6.3 I didn't exit. Can we get 10.


Good Afternoon. I am having 3 lots of Mini Nifty @ 6100.50 What is your advice Sir. 

I pray that we all get good profit today with Almighty lord's kind blessings

Sri Raghavendraya Namah


J Geeta Joshi at 12:34 AM - Oct 28, 2010 ( )

That means we need to pay banks for our deposits in Japan !!!!!!

Reply for: BUY ICICIBANK 1120 PA(GVNReddy)

J Geeta Joshi at 12:19 AM - Oct 28, 2010 ( )

Reddy garu,

Excellent call. Back to form. Congrats and keep it up.

Reply for: Tata Steel 4 day trading dt 28.10.2010

J Geeta Joshi at 11:50 PM - Oct 27, 2010 ( )

Nifty Levels Bank Nifty Levels R3 6180 12609 R2 6142 12508 R1 6090 12385 P 6035 12310 S1 5998 12210 S2 5952 12185 S3 5900 12090

Sir, Having 3 lots of MiniNifty @ average of 6100. Shall we hold for tomorrow. Please advice Sir.

Thanking you,

Reply for: Nifty(F) - Intraday Levels - 27-10-2010 - J.R.Julius

J Geeta Joshi at 02:05 PM - Oct 27, 2010 ( )

6025 Extended Target !!!

Reply for: Nifty(F) - Intraday Levels - 27-10-2010 - J.R.Julius

J Geeta Joshi at 01:57 PM - Oct 27, 2010 ( )

Congratulations Juliusji,

 for achieving 4th Target on sell. I missed this call. I am holding Mininifty buy calls since yesterday. Hope the trend reverses and I cover my losses.


J Geeta Joshi at 11:11 AM - Oct 27, 2010 ( )

Dear Madam Ji,

Thanks for the advice. Booked RIL 3 lots 1100 Call @ 18.10. Profit of Rs 3170 (after deducting brokerage). Holding Mininifty @ 6112 2 lots

Thanks a lot


J Geeta Joshi at 11:39 PM - Oct 26, 2010 ( )

Madam Ji,

I am holding as I wrote earlier 3 lots of October RIL 1100 Call @ 13.5 average, Nifty 6100 call @ 65 and MiniNifty 2 lots bought @ 6112. Please guide me  (I could book profits in RIL 1060 call and Renuka 90 call, because of you)

Thanking you.


J Geeta Joshi at 02:23 PM - Oct 26, 2010 ( )

Dear Madam, Replied by you on 22/oct.
"Geetha ji,
 Renuka sugars - Cmp=85.15,sideways between 80 and 88.85,hold long with closing sl at 84.35 for target 88.85.
 RIL - Cmp=1081.65,currently in uptrend,closing sl for long is 1059.75 for target 1100-1105."

Based on above advice, I booked profit @ Rs 46 in RIL 1060 Call 1 lot Yesterday and holding Renuka 90 call 2 lots. Kept sell order @ 2.85 (sold now 2.95) profit of Rs 2800

Yesterday  I have bought, 3 lots of RIL 1100 @ average of 13.35 now CMP 9.85 hope I will get atleast 14.50

Thanks a lot Madam. 

New Thread: INGLISHU !

J Geeta Joshi at 05:50 PM - Oct 25, 2010 ( )

Principal to student...:" Tomorrow call your parents especially mother and father
(Any other options???)
************ ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ***
Class teacher once said :

"Pick up the paper and fall in the dustbin!!!"
(Who??? paper or student???)

************ ********* ********* ********* ****

Once Hindi teacher said...."I'm going out of the world to America..."

************ ********* ********* ********* ****


************ ********* ********* ********* ****

Don't laugh at the back benches...otherwise teeth and all will be fallen down.....
(Grrr....this person needs Basic Communication Skills Class Room Training)

************ ********* ********* ********* ****

It was very hot in the afternoon when the teacher entered. She tried to switch the fan on, but there was some problem. And then she said

"why is fan not oning" (ing form of on)
(New Discovery)

************ ********* ********* ********* ****

Teacher in a furious mood...

Write down your name and father of your name!!
(Excuse me...)

************ ********* ********* ********* ****

"Shhh... quiet... the principal is revolving around college"
(Gr8...is he a satellite or sumthing???)

************ ********* ********* ********* ****

"I'll illustrate what I have in my mind" said the professor and erased the board
(What an illustration...I like this professor)

************ ********* ********* ********* ****

"Will you hang that calendar or else I'll HANG MYSELF"
(Well, you can proceed, would U like to leave a note behind as well...)

************ ********* ********* ************ *

(That will be better....)

************ ********* ********* ********* ****

Chemistry HOD comes and tells us...

"My aim is to study my son and marry my daughter"
(No Comments...!!!)

************ ********* ********* ********* ****

"Why are you looking at the monkeys outside when I am in the class?!"
(Because we want to check similarities :-) )

************ ********* ********* ********* ****

Lab assistant said this when my friend wrote wrong code...

"I understand. You understand. Computer how understand??
(In terms of 1's n 0's)

************ ********* ********* ********* *****
Seeing the principal passing by, the teacher told the noisy class,
"Keep quiet, the principal has passed away"
(2 minz of silence)
The master told the students who were notorious.
"Hey, from tomorrow onwards you both come together separately"
(Make it possible and I will reward my life time savings...)
Master to his students "Do you know? I have 2 daughters. Both are girls!!!"
(You need some counselling dude...)
Hindi master to his students by pointing his scooter that is parked under a tree,
"See there.My scooter is understanding the tree!!!"

master rocks again,
"Okay guys, all of you stand in a straight circle!"
(Wow what an oxymoron...)

Reply for: SELL NIFTY (GVNReddy)

J Geeta Joshi at 12:11 PM - Oct 25, 2010 ( )

Very Good call. Very good timing. Market already down 10 points 6133

Reply for: ALL ABOUT NIFTY-- intra spl 21-10-10

J Geeta Joshi at 11:34 PM - Oct 21, 2010 ( )

Yes Subbu Mani ji, Dow after touching year's high of 11211, i.e, morethan 100 points in Green is now trading @ 11070 i.e., -37 points.


J Geeta Joshi at 11:28 PM - Oct 21, 2010 ( )

Generally speaking none us read the Red Herring prospectus, we go buy what experts in Market say and CIL has created huge interest, because of the monopoly it enjoys in Coal minning. It's going to be one of the best stocks to hold for long term. All retailers may get allotment as retailer segment is just subscribed fully.

New Thread: Tanot Mata Temple in Rajasthan

J Geeta Joshi at 05:42 PM - Oct 15, 2010 ( )

I was really lucky to see the amazing Tannot Mata Temple, about 180 Kms from Jaisalmer near Pak Border in 2005, when I went on LTC with my family. Tannot Mata is a temple in western State of Rajasthan in District Jaisalmer of India. The Village is close to border with Pakistan and is very close to the battle site of Longewala of Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. The tourists cannot go beyond this temple to see the Indo Pak Border unless one has got the permissions in advance from the District and Military Authorities. It is now a tourist destination in India. The area is said to have oil and gas reserves.

It is said that during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, Pakistani Army dropped several bombs targeting the temple but none of the bombs could fall on the temple and large no. of the bombs in the vicinity of the temple did not explode. After the war the temple management was handed over to Border Security Force of India. On date Border Security Force Jawans man the temple. The temple has a museum which has collections of the unexploded bombs dropped by Pakistan. During the Dussera ( Navrathri) lot of people visit this place. The BSF runs food cafe and small shops for general public need during this time, as nothing is available normally.

Jai Tanu Devi  Jai Tanot Mata.

New Thread: 1 large trader led to May 6 stock market plunge

J Geeta Joshi at 04:10 AM - Oct 02, 2010 ( )

WASHINGTON — A trading firm's use of a computer sell order triggered the May 6 market plunge, which sent the Dow Jones industrial average careening nearly 1,000 points in less than a half-hour, federal regulators said Friday.

A report by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission determined that the so-called "flash crash" occurred when the trading firm executed a computerized selling program in an already stressed market.

The firm's trade, worth $4.1 billion, led to a chain of events that ended with market players swiftly pulling their money from the stock market, the report said.

The report does not name the trading firm. But only one trade that day fit the description in the report. The firm Waddell & Reed, based in Overland Park, Kan., has acknowledged making such a trade that day.

The free-fall highlighted the complexity and perils of the fast-evolving securities markets. Electronic trading platforms now compete with the traditional exchanges. Stocks are traded on about 50 exchanges beyond the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market. Computers using mathematical formulas give so-called "high frequency" traders a split-second edge. Electronic errors at high speeds can ripple through markets.

The stock market was already stressed even before the plunge that day. Anxiety was mounting over the debt crisis in Europe. The Dow Jones had been down about 2.5 percent at 2:30 p.m., when the trader placed an enormous sell order on a futures index of the S&P's index, called the E-Mini S&P 500. The trade was automated by a computer algorithm that was trying to hedge its risk from price declines.

In that one trade, 75,000 contracts were sold within 20 minutes. It was the largest trade of that investment since the start of the year. The firm's previous transaction of that size took more than five hours, the report notes. The trade triggered aggressive selling of the futures contracts and that sent the index sinking about 3 percent in four minutes.

The report said the design of the firm's trading formula may have amplified the rush to sell.

It said the formula ignored price changes and responded to the volume of trading. The automated program sped up the firm's selling as other market players began trading the first block of futures contracts that flooded the market.

In a previous statement, Waddell & Reed acknowledged that it had sold the contracts to reduce its funds' risk quickly. It said traders feared that the European debt crisis could spread to U.S. markets.

The company maintained that the transaction "was not the cause of any abnormal price action." It said the move involved just 1 percent of the contracts of that type that changed hands on May 6. The sale would not have caused problems in a normal market, the company said.

"Our portfolio managers and the funds acted in a manner consistent with the interests of their fund shareholders," it said.

The exchange where the E-Mini trades occurred agreed that the trade by Waddell & Reed probably didn't spark the plunge. The exchange operated normally and the trade was proper, Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. said in a statement. It said the plunge probably resulted from widespread concern about news events. It said E-Mini prices often change just before price swings in the broader financial markets.

Nearly 21,000 trades were canceled in the ensuing weeks because the exchanges deemed them erroneous.

Responding to the episode, the SEC and the major U.S. exchanges agreed on a six-month pilot program that briefly halts trading of some stocks that mark big price swings. The new "circuit breakers" are in effect until Dec. 10. Under the rules, trading of any Standard & Poor's 500 stock that rises or falls 10 percent or more within a five-minute span is halted for five additional minutes.

On May 6, about 30 stocks listed in the S&P 500 index fell at least 10 percent within five minutes.

SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro has said anxiety over the "flash crash" may have contributed to the withdrawal of retail investors from the stock market in recent months.

Schapiro said recently the SEC will consider imposing so-called "limit up-limit down" requirements that would bar any trades outside specified boundaries. Limit up-limit down restrictions, which apply to the commodity futures markets, impose a maximum price change higher or lower in a given day.

Owners of financial exchanges issued statements endorsing the proposed rule changes. Trading limits such as limit up-limit down rules are "a vital means to prevent clearly erroneous trades," and are more effective than circuit breakers, said Randy Williams, a spokesman for BATS Global Markets. BATS operates the third-largest stock trading platform.

Rep. Paul Kanjorski, D-Pa., who heads the House Financial Services subcommittee that oversees the SEC, said the new report "confirms that faster markets do not always lead to better markets."

"While automated, high-frequency trading may provide our markets with some benefits, it can also carry the potential for serious harm and market mischief," Kanjorski said.


J Geeta Joshi at 08:41 PM - Sep 28, 2010 ( )

Politically Correct Jokes 1 
The prime Minister of China called President Bush to console him after the

attack on the Pentagon:

'I'm sorry to hear about the attack.It is a very big tragedy. But in case 
you are missing any documents from the Pentagon, we have copies of

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Musharraf calls Bush on 11th sept:

Musharraf: Mr President, I would like to express my 
condolences to you. It is a real tragedy. So many people, such great

bldgs... I would like to ensure that we had nothing in connection with

Bush: What buildings? What people??

Musharraf: Oh, and what time is it in America now? 

Bush: It's eight in the morning.

Musharraf: Oops...Will call back in an hour!

============ ========= ========= ========= ====


Vajpayee and Bush are sitting in a bar. A guy walks in and asks the barman, 
'Isn't that Bush and Vajpayee?'

The barman says 'Yep, that's them.' So the guy walks

over and says, 'Hello, what are you guys doing?' 

Bush says, 'We're planning world war 3' 

The guy says, 'Really? What's going to happen?'

And Vajpayee says, 'Well, we're going to kill 14

million Pakistanis and one bicycle repairman.' 

And the guy exclaimed, 'A bicycle repairman?!! !' 

Vajpayee turns to Bush and says, 'See, I told you no-one would worry about
the 14 million Pakistanis!'

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Pakistani on the moon:

Q: What do you call 1 Pakistani on the moon?

A: Problem...

Q: What do you call 10 Pakistanis on the moon?

A: Problem...

Q: What do you call a 100 Pakistanis on the moon? 

A: Problem...

Q: What do you call ALL the Pakistanis on the moon?

A: ...... Problem Solved!!!

============ ========= ========= ========= ===== 


A man is! taking a walk in Central park in New York . Suddenly he sees a 
little girl being attacked by a pit bull dog.

He runs over and starts fighting with the dog. He succeeds in killing the
dog and saving the girl's life.

A policeman who was watching the scene walks over and says: 'You are a 
hero, tomorrow you can read it in all the newspapers:

'Brave New Yorker saves the life of little girl'.. 

The man says: 'But I am not a New Yorker!'

Oh then it will say in newspapers in the morning: 

'Brave American saves life of little girl' the policeman answers.

'But I am not an American!' - says the man. Oh, what are you then?'

The man says: 'I am a Pakistani!' 

The next day the newspapers say: 'Extremist kills innocent American dog'

New Thread: Time Line of Ayodhya Issue

J Geeta Joshi at 04:13 PM - Sep 28, 2010 ( )

The disputed Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri mosque site has been contentious for over a hundred years now.

The property dispute, or the title suit, went to court in 1949, soon after the idols of Ram and Sita were placed there. Today, a three-judge bench of the Supreme Court, headed by the Chief Justice of India, rejected petitioner Ramesh Chandra Tripathi's plea to defer the verdict and cleared the way for the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court to pronounce verdict on the Ayodhya title suit case.

The High Court bench is to decide who the land belongs to and what stood here first, a temple or a mosque. One side in the legal battle claims that this has been a mosque for 400 years. The other side says an ancient temple was demolished to build that mosque. They say this is the birthplace of Lord Ram.
1528: The Babri Masjid was built in Ayodhya in 1528. Hindu groups claim it was built after demolishing a temple.
1853: The first recorded communal clashes over the site date back to this year.

1859: The colonial British administration put a fence around the site, denominating separate areas of worship for Hindus and Muslims. And that is the way it stood for about 90 years.
1949: In December of that year, idols were put inside the mosque. Both sides to the dispute filed civil suits. The government locked the gates, saying the matter was sub-judice and declared the area "disputed".
1984: The movement to build a temple at the site, which Hindus claimed was the birthplace of Lord Ram, gathered momentum when Hindu groups formed a committee to spearhead the construction of a temple at the Ramjanmabhoomi site.
1986: A district judge ordered the gates of the mosque to be opened after almost five decades and allowed Hindus to worship inside the "disputed structure."
1986: A Babri Mosque Action Committee was formed as Muslims protested the move to allow Hindu prayers at the site.
1989: The clamour for building a Ram temple was growing. Fronted by organizations like the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, foundations of a temple were laid on land adjacent to the "disputed structure."
1990: The then BJP president Lal Krishna Advani took out a cross-country rathyatra to garner support for the move to build a Ram temple at the site. VHP volunteers partially damaged the Babri  mosque. Prime Minister Chandrashekhar intervened and tried to negotiate with the various groups. But talks failed.
1991: Riding high on the success of Advani's rathyatra, the BJP became India's primary opposition party in Parliament and came to power in Uttar Pradesh.
1991: The movement for building a temple gathered further momentum with Karsevaks or Hindu volunteers pouring into Ayodhya. Bricks were sent from across India.
1992: On December 6, the Babri mosque was demolished by Karsevaks. Communal riots across India followed.

1992: On December 16, ten days after the demolition, the Congress government at the Centre, headed by PV Narasimha Rao, set up a commission of inquiry under Justice Liberhan.

1993: Three months after being constituted, the Liberhan Commission began investigations into who and what led to the demolition of the Barbri mosque.
2001: Tensions rose on the anniversary of the demolition of the mosque as the VHP reaffirmed its resolve to build a temple at the site.

2002: Early that year, as Uttar Pradesh headed for Assembly elections, the BJP did not commit itself to the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya in its election manifesto. The VHP, however, remains adamant and set March 15 of that year as the deadline for construction to begin. Hundreds of volunteers start converging on the site. 

2002: On February 27, at least 58 people were killed in Godhra, Gujarat, in an attack on a train believed to be carrying Hindu volunteers from Ayodhya. Riots followed in the state and over 1000 people were reported to have died in these.
2002: In April that year, a 3-judge Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court began hearings on determining who owned the site.
2003: The court ordered a survey to find out whether a temple to Lord Ram existed on the site.  In August, the survey presented evidence of a temple under the mosque. But Muslim groups disputed the findings.
2003: In September, a court ruled that seven Hindu leaders, including some prominent BJP leaders, should stand trial for inciting the destruction of the Babri Mosque. But no charges were brought against Lal Krishna Advani, by now the Deputy Prime Minister.
2004: A Congress-led government returned to power at the Centre, after the general elections threw up what many saw as a surprise result.

2004: In November, an Uttar Pradesh court ruled that an earlier order which exonerated LK Advani for his role in the destruction of the mosque should be reviewed.
2007: The Supreme Court refused to admit a review petition on the Ayodhya dispute.
2009: The Liberhan Commission, which was instituted ten days after the demolition of the Barbri mosque in 1992, submitted its report on June 30 - almost 17 years after it began its inquiry. Its contents were not made public.
2010: The High Court bench in Lucknow hearing the title suit case, said it would pronounce verdict on September 24, Friday last. Days later, a plea to defer verdict on the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title suit was rejected by the Allahabad High Court.
The petitioner, Ramesh Chandra Tripathi, then approached the Supreme Court, which stayed the High Court verdict on Friday. The two judges who heard the case differed, resulting in the Chief Justice stepping in. A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court, headed by the Chief Justice of India on Tuesday, September 28, cleared the way for the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court to pronounce verdict on the Ayodhya title suit case.

New Thread: Have some fun too - Wrong e-mail address

J Geeta Joshi at 11:16 PM - Sep 23, 2010 ( )

Wrong email id-Excellent Joke!!!
 A man checked into a hotel.
There was a computer in his room,  So he decided to send an e-mail to his wife.
 However, he accidentally typed a wrong e-mail address,  and without realizing his error, he sent the e-mail.
 Meanwhile... Somewhere in Houston ,  a widow had just returned from her husband's funeral.
 The widow decided to check her e-mail, expecting condolence messages from relatives and friends.
 After reading the first message, she fainted.
The widow's son rushed into the room,found his mother on the floor,
 and saw the computer screen which read:

 To: My Loving Wife
 Subject: I've Reached

I know you're surprised to hear from me.
They gave computers here, and we are allowed to send e-mails to loved ones.
 I've just reached and have been checked in..
I see that everything has been prepared for your arrival tomorrow.
Looking forward to seeing you TOMORROW!!!!

ha ha ha ha 

New Thread: Today's Turnover details

J Geeta Joshi at 09:16 PM - Sep 23, 2010 ( )

Investor Categorywise Turnover

FII & DII Turnover (BSE + NSE)
(Rs. crore)
Trade Date Buy Sales Net Buy Sales Net
23/9/10 3,034.99 2,500.54 534.45 872.74 1,518.43 -645.69
22/9/10 4,129.10 3,214.33 914.77 1,055.83 2,029.64 -973.81
21/9/10 5,593.70 3,281.93 2,311.77 1,048.36 2,308.34 -1,259.98
Sep , 10 57,222.76 39,723.33 17,499.43 19,288.29 27,012.92 -7,724.63
Since 1/1/10   * 481,769.96 444,775.43 36,994.53 237,179.45 243,535.66 -6,356.21

New Thread: Grandparent's Answering Machine!

J Geeta Joshi at 05:42 PM - Sep 11, 2010 ( )

Good morning. . . . At present we are not at home but, please leave a message after you hear the beep.

beeeeeeep ....

If you are one of our children, dial 1 and then select the option from 2 to 9 in order of "arrival" so we know who it is.

If you need us to stay with the children, press 2

If you want to borrow the car, press 3

If you want us to wash your clothes and ironing,
press 4

If you want the grandchildren to sleep here tonight, press 5

If you want us to pick up the kids at school, press 6

If you want us to prepare a meal for Sunday or to have it delivered to your home, press 7

If you want to come to eat here, press 8

If you need money, dial 9

If you are going to invite us to dinner, or, taking us to the theater start talking we are listening !!"

New Thread: Sri Ganeshaya Namah

J Geeta Joshi at 04:42 PM - Sep 11, 2010 ( )

Sri Ganeshaya Namah

Om gam ganapathaye namah

Vakratunda mahakaya suryakoti samaprabha |
Nirvignam kuru me deva sarvakaryeshu sarvada ||

New Thread: Shortest Speech by Former Coca Cola CEO - a must read.

J Geeta Joshi at 08:14 PM - Aug 11, 2010 ( )

Subject: FW: FW: Shortest speech by CEO of Coca cola


New Thread: RIL Q1 net profit seen up 2.3% at Rs 4820 cr

J Geeta Joshi at 06:15 PM - Jul 26, 2010 ( )

Mukesh Ambani group's flagship company Reliance Industries (RIL) is set to announce its results for the quarter ended June 2010. According to CNBC-TV18 estimates, its net profit is expected to go up 2.3% at Rs 4820 crore from Rs 4710 crore, on quarter-on-quarter basis (QoQ) and up 32.5% versus Rs 3636 crore on YoY basis. 

Sales are seen going up 3% at Rs 59300 crore from Rs 57570 crore (QoQ) and up 85% from Rs 32055 crore (YoY).

Operating profit margin is seen flat at 15.80% versus 15.87% (QoQ) and seen improving from 18.47% (YoY).

Factors to watch

* GRM’s seen between USD 7.2 - USD 7.8/bbl 
* KG D6 gas production flat at an average of 60 mmsmcd
* Petchem EBIT seen down between 5-10%

New Thread: Europe's media react to bank stress test results

J Geeta Joshi at 07:25 PM - Jul 25, 2010 ( )

LONDON (Reuters) - Just seven European banks failed a health check and were ordered to raise their capital by 3.5 billion euros ($4.5 billion), confirming fears the continent's long-awaited stress test was too soft.


Following are selected comments from media around Europe on Saturday.



Anyone expecting a horror show in yesterday's Europe-wide stress-testing exercise hasn't been paying attention. The aim of the process all along has been to calm market jitters, not aggravate them ... The danger, however, is that the results are so benign that they have no credibility at all ... But the exercise will do nothing to equip Europe's weaker banks to face either a sudden financial hurricane or a prolonged economic winter. Fingers crossed, for all our sakes, that they encounter neither.



Does this take away all mistrust? Not completely. Contrary to the U.S. stress test in the spring of 2009 at the 19 most important systemic banks not all details were made public this year in Europe about the financial and economic adverse scenarios for the systemic banks. The most important parameters are now known. But because of the obscurity beforehand much doubt has been created in the run up to the test. The impression could now remain that some banks passed because the stress test perhaps was not severe enough.



What was at stake, rather more than the solidity of the institutions, was the credibility of the central banks. Did anyone really think that at 6.00 p.m. on Friday July 23 they would uncover an enormous shortfall in bank capital reserves in the event of a worsening in the economic situation or fears about whether public sector debt could be refinanced? The 'market' would have abandoned any confidence it had in the governors: 'where were they before?', they would have said. 'What were they telling us over all these months?' The risks would have been blown up enormously.

So the outcome of this operation is modest.



Naturally, what emerges from a stress test is only what one considers possible beforehand. To evaluate the results one must therefore know what the whole purpose of the test is. In the U.S. last year, the goal was to recapitalise the big banks in order to avoid a credit crunch and get toxic assets out of the way. In Europe it is about showing the world that a full-blown euro crisis would not topple the local banks.



Almost all must have prizes. That was the result on Friday of a secretive, rushed, and rather unconvincing stress test exercise on 91 European banks ... By testing only the banks' trading books, the CEBS failed to address the European banking sector's Achilles heel -- its exposure to sovereign debt. The regulators assumed that no European sovereign would default, which is either brave or foolhardy in light of the eurozone debt crisis ... Uncertainty about the health of Europe's banking sector has been a significant contributor to recent market volatility. The stress test results are unlikely to change that.



Our banking system has always been commercial, in the sense of bringing individuals and companies together in giving and receiving money. In the years before the crisis, this business model caused cries of cultural backwardness and inability to evolve towards the kind of financial engineering hidden behind sophisticated "English" terms (futures, options, swaps). It has been shown to be a winning model and thanks to Passera, Profumo, Mussaru, Saviotti, Italy is in a position to compete in Europe. With head held high.



To make matters worse not only were the banks allowed to include even the most spurious assets when calculating their tier one capital, but the definition of "stress" didn't actually appear that stressful, with a set of assumptions in the worse case scenario that appeared to be far from the worse many in the market have feared in recent months. The scenario dreamt up by the Eurocrats did not even include a sovereign failure ... On Monday we will discover whether the markets have been convinced that the tests were little more than a PR exercise.



It could be said that the only country which has dared to show the results of all of its banks and savings banks has been Spain, and that should bring positive short-term consequences, including restoring investor confidence and improving conditions for external finance.

Spain has put 95 percent of its financial system through (the test) while other countries have only put 50 percent through, leaving out those small institutions which could be problematic.



The numbers look good. But the stress test's positive outcome is not a guarantee for the future. If the present crisis has taught us anything it is that adversity can come sudden and fast, unexpectedly big and from areas not anticipated beforehand.



The low number of failures may calm investors in the short-term, but it will hardly dispel doubts over Europe's banks in the long run.



(The) bank stress test...under the worst possible conditions generally showed that the Greek banking system is strong enough to fully meet its obligations, disappointing all those who, either with a light heart or with a speculative intention, leaked rumours about difficulties or even a possible default.



It remains to be seen how these results will be interpreted by ... markets and whether they judge the degree of transparency set by the Europeans as enough. Already burnt by the crisis and lies on the real losses in the financial sector, the markets only believe what they can see. They are demanding complete and detailed information to make up their own opinion.

Beyond this, one should look at the way the banks that failed or just about passed will be recapitalised. Most of these are in countries suffering from the crisis that are carrying out harsh austerity measures, such as Spain and Greece. For them, it could be an opportunity to tap the Financial Stability Fund ... one way, this time, to "test" the Union.

New Thread: Levels for RIL,SBIN,TISCO &Infosys - Business Line

J Geeta Joshi at 03:57 AM - Jul 19, 2010 ( )

Pivotals: Reliance Industries (Rs 1,062.9)

The stock posted only marginal gains of Rs 7 last week. It therefore continues to trade in a narrow band between Rs 1,050 and Rs 1,100 since June 14. The daily volumes continue to decline. After encountering resistance near our first resistance level of Rs 1,075, the stock started to decline. The near-term resistances for the stock are pegged at Rs 1,075, Rs 1,090, and Rs 1,100.

We reaffirm our prior stance that fresh short position can be initiated on a decline below Rs 1,050, while maintaining stop-loss at Rs 1075 levels. Targets for the stock would be Rs 1020 and Rs 1000.

The stock is in a medium-term downtrend. Inability to move beyond Rs 1100 would imply that a decline to Rs 1000 or Rs 975 is possible.

However, a move above Rs 1100 will push RIL higher to Rs 1,130 or Rs 1,150 in the medium-term.

State Bank of India (Rs 2,441.1)

The stock moved in line with our expectation last week and achieved our initial price target of Rs 2,460. It climbed Rs 72 or 3 per cent during the week, breaching its immediate key resistance level of Rs 2,400. This level now has turned into a significant support for the stock. Short-term traders can hold their long positions as long as the stock trades above Rs 2,400, with target of Rs 2,500. On the other hand, a decline below this support will drag the stock lower to Rs 2,375 or to Rs 2,350. Key support below Rs 2,350 is at Rs 2,300.

The stock may continue to consolidate sideways in the medium term in the broad band between Rs 1,900 and Rs 2,500. An emphatic upward break through can however lift the stock higher to Rs 2,650.

Tata Steel (Rs 509.2)

Though the stock moved up by added Rs 13 in the week, it met with key resistance at Rs 510. We now revise our immediate resistance to Rs 520 from Rs 510. Strong close above Rs 520 can take the stock ahead to Rs 530 or Rs 540 in the upcoming week. Short-term traders can initiate long positions if the stock surpasses Rs 520 with stop at Rs 500. Near-term supports are at Rs 490, Rs 470, and Rs 450.

The medium-term trend is down for the stock. Only an emphatic move beyond Rs 550 would negate that.

Infosys Technologies (Rs 2,778.3)

After recording an all-time high of Rs 2,911.5 on July 12, the stock tumbled in the next trading session forming an evening star candlestick pattern, which is a bearish reversal pattern. The stock declined Rs 93 or 3 per cent, driven by the selling interest bunched up due to the Q1 results that were below analysts' expectations.

It however has been on a medium-term uptrend from its February low of Rs 2,333. Investors with medium-term perspective can stay invested with a stop loss at Rs 2,600. The immediate resistances are pegged at Rs 2,800 and Rs 2,868. Supports for the week are at Rs 2,725 and Rs 2,670. — Yoganand D.

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Jesse Livermore quotes…many nuggets of wisdom. Print this and read it over and over (bold
emphasis is ours).
It is what people actually did in the stock market that counted – not what they said they were
going to do.
Livermore studied his mistakes objectively…”the only way you get a real education in the market
is to invest cash, track your trade, and study your mistakes…It is emotionally difficult to review
your mistakes, since the speculator must wade through his own bad trades and blunders. And these
are not simple blunders; these are blunders that cost money. Anyone who has lost money by
investing poorly knows how difficult it is to reexamine what occurred. The examination of a losing
trade is tortuous but necessary to ensure that it will not happen again.”
Livermore was brutal in self-analysis. He told his sons his conclusions: “Successful trading is always
an emotional battle for the speculator, not an intelligent battle.”…He knew that his biggest enemy
was his own emotions.
“We are the sum total of our experience.” When asked what makes a good stock speculator,
Livermore replied “…it’s an aptitude for the game, a stomach for the ride, and the ability to see what
is happening without emotion. The ability to make observations that others don’t and a good
memory….Only speculate if you can make it a full-time job. Don’t take tips of any kind, no matter
where they come from. Don’t worry about catching tops or bottoms, that’s fools play. Keep the
number of stocks you own to a controllable number. It’s hard to herd cats, and it’s hard to track
a lot of securities. Take your losses quickly and don’t brood about them. Try to learn from them
but mistakes are as inevitable as death. And only make a big move, a real big plunge, when a
majority of factors are in your favor….every once in a while you must go to cash, take a break,
take a vacation. Don’t try to play the market all the time. It can’t be done, too tough on the
The unsuccessful investor is best friends with hope, and hope skips along life’s path hand in hand
with greed when it comes to the stock market. Once a stock trade is entered, hope springs to life. It
is human nature to be positive, to hope for the best. Hope is an important survival technique. But
hope, like its stock market cousin’s ignorance, greed, and fear, distorts reason. See the stock
market only deals in facts, in reality, in reason, and the stock market is never wrong. Traders are
wrong. Like the spinning of a roulette wheel, the little black ball tells the final outcome, not greed,
fear or hope. The result is objective and final, with no appeal.
I believe that the public wants to be led, to be instructed, to be told what to do. They want
reassurance. They will always move en masse, a mob, a herd, a group, because people want the
safety of human company. They are afraid to stand alone because they want to be safely included
within the herd, not to be the lone calf standing on the desolate, dangerous, wolf-patrolled prairie of
contrary opinion.
First, do not be invested in the market all the time. There are many times when I have been
completely in cash, especially when I was unsure of the direction of the market and waiting
for a confirmation of the next move….Second, it is the change in the major trend that hurts most

New Thread: Beware Beware Beware !

J Geeta Joshi at 05:56 PM - May 24, 2010 ( )

Please beware.  Today at around 10.00AM I got 5 to 6 SMSs on my mobile " PATELS AIRTEMP GETS 163 MILLION RUPEES IOC ORDER. CMP 118-120 TARGET 200+ BSE CODE : 517417SENDER TA-LIVEGAIN."  But it went down by 19.99% and settled at 98.45!!!. Yes the company got IOC order but it was announced on 10th May. Now there no such big news to take this stock to 200+. It's all time high is 135 in Jan 2008. So, if any one giving free buy call through SMS especially brokers, please beware. ( If you short you get benefited). Better be away from such calls.

New Thread: Noble speech is the only true and permanent adornment

J Geeta Joshi at 11:39 PM - May 17, 2010 ( )

Following a gem of a subhashita from one of the great scholars Bhartruhari, which I think
many of our Mudraa boarders should read and inculcate in daily life. Recently, many of us are
going overboard and hurt other's sentiments by rudely commenting, when it is not neccessary.
I always wonder why we all go for a fight at the drop of a hat! We all have never met in our lives, the photo in the profiles are majority of times are not our own. Still we fight!!! I thought this saying from Bhartruhari is very apt for all of us. I used to hear this saying in All India Radio Sanskrit program.

keyUraaNi na BUShayanti puruShaM hArA na chandrojjvalA
na snaanaM na vilepanaM na kusumaM nAlaMkRutA mUrdhajAH|
vANyekaa samalaMkaroti puruShaM yA saMskRutaa dhAryate
kShIyaMte &Kila BUShaNAni satataM vAgBUShaNaM BUShaNam||

Ornaments on the shoulders are not the true adornment of man,
not glistering-as-moon necklaces either, neither are bathing and decorating
and flowers, Noble speech is the only true and permanent adornment, and
rest of the ornments perish.

                                                                                  - Bhartrihari

New Thread: Nifty Calls in CNBC ( Rediff Money)

J Geeta Joshi at 02:25 PM - May 03, 2010 ( )

Which one of following can we follow!!!!. Each one is contradicting the other.

1:53 PM
- Nifty F&O Call: Sell with target of 5100 and stop loss of 5270, says Nitin Murarka of SMC Global on CNBC Awaaz.   »  Send to friends

1:50 PM - Nifty F&O Call: Buy with target of 5280 and stop loss of 5190, says Jatinder Sharma, technical analyst, on CNBC Awaaz.   »  Send to friends

1:47 PM - Nifty F&O Call: Sell with target of 5200 and 5180 and stop loss of 5240, says Kiran Jadhav, technical analyst, on CNBC Awaaz.   »  Send to friends

1:45 PM - Nifty F&O Call: Buy with target of 5270 and stop loss of 5150, says Parsh Zhaveri of Zhaveri Investment on CNBC Awaaz.   »  Send to friends

1:41 PM - Nifty F&O Call: Sell with target of 5200 and 5180 and stop loss above 5245, says Mitesh Thacker, technical analyst, on CNBC Awaaz.   »  Send to friends

1:38 PM - Nifty F&O Call: Sell below 5225 with target of 5170 and stop loss of 5250, says Rajesh Satputte, market analyst, on CNBC Awaaz.   »  Send to friends

New Thread: Three Rocking Calls of Vikasji this month

J Geeta Joshi at 05:22 PM - Apr 28, 2010 ( )

1.    BUY- TISCO 660 PUT @9.50-10    SL-7     Today's high 36.3  Lot 764   27x764=Rs 20,628

BUY UNITECH 85 PUT @ 2/2.10   SL-1.20      Today's High 6.40   Lot 4500 4.4x4500= Rs19,800

BUY TATA MOTORS 820 CALL @6.1-6.2 SL=4   It went to > 40 Lot 850 33.9x850= Rs28,815

Great calls and let's hope Vikasji will continue to give such calls in May (Series) month also.

God is Great.
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