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Suresh Iyer

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Reply for: FROM 20 / 04 / 2016 TO 31 / 07 / 2016 ( HEMANT )

Suresh Iyer at 05:15 PM - Apr 12, 2016 ( )

Hemanth bhai has given warning and also given banknifty 15000 pe call it means

down side expectedCool

Reply for: Nifty Next target 6875-7125 > 3-12 Months Time Fram

Suresh Iyer at 12:35 PM - Mar 19, 2016 ( )

Yogeshji as per your prediction NF and BNF will hit targets of 7700 and 15800

respectivly on monday it seems . Now your comments are expected please....

Reply for: Nifty & Bank Nifty Charts

Suresh Iyer at 07:41 AM - Mar 09, 2016 ( )

Good morning  Sir  update  banknifty  levels  please. ..

Reply for: Nifty & Bank Nifty Charts

Suresh Iyer at 03:42 PM - Mar 03, 2016 ( )

its alright sir

Reply for: Big Move ( Umesh ) ( 16 - 02 - 2016 ) ( ( Tue )

Suresh Iyer at 06:31 PM - Feb 16, 2016 ( )

it will be nice if suggested which side up or downInnocent

Reply for: SELL NIFTY 8400

Suresh Iyer at 01:25 PM - May 21, 2015 ( )

ignore leg pullers please. they just want to distract. its better to ignore.

Reply for: SELL NIFTY 8425

Suresh Iyer at 02:28 PM - May 20, 2015 ( )

we were missing you.

Reply for: SELL NIFTY 8425

Suresh Iyer at 02:28 PM - May 20, 2015 ( )

i m in at 8431

Reply for: SELL NIFTY 8864

Suresh Iyer at 03:21 PM - Apr 15, 2015 ( )

Simply  great

Reply for: ADV CALL SELL NIFTY 8825-35

Suresh Iyer at 12:51 PM - Apr 13, 2015 ( )

this call will rock

Reply for: ADV CALL SELL NIFTY FUT 8600-05

Suresh Iyer at 02:52 PM - Mar 31, 2015 ( )

good one sir

Reply for: NIFTY INTRADAY

Suresh Iyer at 02:51 PM - Mar 31, 2015 ( )

good one sir

Reply for: MICROMAX CANVAS2 PLUS Vs. SAMSUNG S2 DUOS

Suresh Iyer at 07:42 AM - Feb 10, 2014 ( )

lots of reviews are available on net from experts. Just google it you will get a good comparisons.

personally i ve used a panasonic P51 good phone with good batterylife. It does not get heated like S2.

may be litte expensive but comes with scracth proof glass. Having lowest SAR (specific absorbtion Rate ) of

electromagnetic radiation. Check it out.

Reply for: Buy NickelM @ 870-68 , SL 763, Target 782

Suresh Iyer at 09:22 PM - Feb 06, 2014 ( )

bought @872

Reply for: Buy NickelM @ 870-68 , SL 763, Target 782

Suresh Iyer at 09:18 PM - Feb 06, 2014 ( )

positional?

Reply for: Buy NickelM @ 870-68 , SL 763, Target 782

Suresh Iyer at 09:17 PM - Feb 06, 2014 ( )

Dear Sir,

           please verfy the figures . It seems a typo error.Surprised

Reply for: Heart blockage - Cleaning-Ayurveda? ( HEMANT )

Suresh Iyer at 09:00 PM - Aug 11, 2013 ( )

Dear All,

          this medicne works wonder for heart , also for common cold fever etc I ve used and found it

very effective. thanks Hemant bhai. A doctor in ghatkopar sells this.

his website is http://www.drpatkars.com/

Reply for: WILL BE BLOOD BATH--TOMORROW(26-03-13)

Suresh Iyer at 11:37 PM - Mar 25, 2013 ( )

market will  open lower and close higherCool  My guess because of Holiday shorters will book profit. hopefully Lets see.

Reply for: NIFTY ASTRO FOR THE WEEK FROM 18TH

Suresh Iyer at 02:44 PM - Mar 22, 2013 ( )

any view for monday sir

Reply for: NIFTY ASTRO FOR THE WEEK FROM 18TH

Suresh Iyer at 08:47 AM - Mar 18, 2013 ( )

global markets are down already amazing predictions hats off to you sirCool

New Thread: option data of APRIL

Suresh Iyer at 05:25 PM - Mar 28, 2012 ( )

Calls   Puts
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Quote 45,300 7,850 1,332.90 -37.70 161 100 1,325.30 1,356.30 50  3900.00  1,050 1.30 1.35 50 284 0.25 1.30 13,000 5,950 Quote
Quote 336,400 73,500 1,235.00 -44.65 1,640 100 1,230.55 1,237.00 50  4000.00  1,500 1.40 1.60 400 1,543 -0.25 1.60 147,450 26,600 Quote
Quote 1,600 150 1,142.00 -8.00 22 50 1,135.55 1,158.95 2,000  4100.00  50 2.05 2.60 1,750 108 -0.65 2.50 75,600 700 Quote
Quote 15,550 200 1,035.75 -44.25 12 100 1,035.65 1,046.40 100  4200.00  200 2.70 3.15 850 386 -0.30 3.15 124,100 -2,450 Quote
Quote 26,650 7,250 938.45 -34.55 167 300 937.35 947.85 850  4300.00  100 3.75 4.10 150 769 -0.55 3.75 85,550 -4,700 Quote
Quote 5,350 2,700 850.00 -20.00 54 50 828.35 865.90 50  4400.00  50 5.50 5.75 2,100 2,806 -0.80 5.50 167,750 16,900 Quote
Quote 294,400 50,850 746.00 -44.40 1,518 500 743.70 746.00 50  4500.00  350 7.50 8.95 2,800 4,737 -0.85 7.50 505,000 34,950 Quote
Quote 51,150 15,950 648.50 -48.05 354 50 648.30 658.05 50  4600.00  500 12.00 12.25 750 9,447 0.10 12.25 627,150 85,100 Quote
Quote 134,450 99,100 555.20 -50.20 2,253 50 554.10 559.10 2,000  4700.00  750 17.65 18.75 600 20,027 0.45 17.90 964,950 175,550 Quote
Quote 126,400 42,800 473.20 -28.25 1,467 50 464.25 469.80 100  4800.00  1,000 26.50 27.00 800 21,343 2.05 27.00 1,494,550 27,350 Quote
Quote 258,100 109,050 380.00 -38.60 3,074 50 379.25 386.15 4,500  4900.00  150 39.00 39.25 50 20,531 3.85 39.55 1,587,150 -18,250 Quote
Quote 607,750 153,550 300.00 -37.30 6,225 500 298.50 301.95 750  5000.00  50 56.10 57.50 50 50,618 5.55 56.60 4,137,000 477,950 Quote
Quote 593,100 146,600 223.55 -36.35 8,128 50 222.00 229.00 500  5100.00  50 80.50 82.35 50 57,884 12.00 82.10 3,317,550 146,250 Quote
Quote 1,456,400 390,900 159.30 -32.15 46,648 250 159.15 159.30 550  5200.00  250 114.00 116.45 100 93,749 14.70 114.00 3,222,650 346,250 Quote
Quote 1,788,700 364,450 108.50 -25.30 64,167 100 108.10 108.40 100  5300.00  50 159.50 161.25 50 41,270 21.60 161.20 2,063,700 89,650 Quote
Quote 2,156,050 484,800 68.55 -19.30 70,173 50 67.00 69.90 50  5400.00  50 216.10 220.00 17,050 11,543 31.65 220.00 835,500 86,500 Quote
Quote 1,838,050 188,850 38.95 -12.45 52,713 50 39.00 40.45 50  5500.00  2,000 285.05 289.90 1,500 6,524 39.15 288.60 780,100 90,200 Quote
Quote 2,422,050 304,850 20.50 -7.50 41,997 2,400 20.00 20.50 8,700  5600.00  50 365.00 370.00 1,000 3,480 38.20 365.30 391,850 70,250 Quote
Quote 2,304,400 327,550 10.00 -4.50 27,934 1,000 9.50 10.00 8,350  5700.00  1,000 453.20 458.00 100 1,590 44.65 455.00 355,650 47,000 Quote
Quote 1,348,800 144,700 5.25 -2.50 14,765 2,000 5.00 5.25 400  5800.00  2,500 543.75 551.30 50 1,342 43.85 546.35 258,550 60,150 Quote
Quote 888,300 40,950 3.20 -1.45 5,649 1,000 3.15 3.50 500  5900.00  50 639.65 649.50 50 143 40.55 640.00 17,650 4,550 Quote
Quote 1,221,200 34,350 2.05 -0.95 7,011 100 2.05 2.30 3,000  6000.00  2,000 738.10 744.70 200 3,022 47.20 744.00 377,450 130,100 Quote
Quote 167,700 250 1.35 -0.60 288 3,350 1.35 1.75 2,150  6100.00  50 833.20 850.70 50 12 36.55 860.55 2,050 550 Quote
Quote 179,150 7,350 1.25 0.15 236 500 1.00 1.25 250  6200.00  50 917.95 960.70 100 43 50.00 950.00 9,000 2,050 Quote
Quote 179,250 33,450 0.60 -0.35 1,065 5,000 0.40 0.55 5,000  6300.00  1,000 1,032.45 1,048.50 500 830 23.95 1,038.95 88,650 40,900 Quote
Quote 20,900 - 0.90 - - 1,000 0.30 0.65 1,000  6400.00  100 1,126.50 1,169.50 5,000 - - 1,130.00 50 - Quote
Quote 62,900 16,650 0.25 -0.25 341 1,200 0.25 0.35 3,400  6500.00  50 1,227.00 1,254.00 300 349 48.00 1,225.00 24,000 16,650 Quote
Quote 25,500 1,450 0.30 -0.10 131 12,100 0.20 0.30 2,500  6600.00  5,000 1,310.05 1,346.60 100 60 -37.00 1,310.00 3,800 1,450 Quote
Quote 45,800 15,250 0.25 -0.05 368 22,650 0.20 0.25 9,450  6700.00  1,000 1,429.45 1,459.60 5,000 394 40.95 1,433.00 59,050 19,600 Quote
Quote 16,650 9,000 0.20 -0.15 203 10,900 0.20 0.25 1,600  6800.00  50 1,525.55 1,539.20 50 387 37.10 1,525.00 69,300 18,650 Quote

 



From: Suresh Iyer at 05:30 PM - Mar 28, 2012


highest open interest seen in 5000pe april. As per this it is safe to assume nifty will not break 4970 levels.

so any body  want to go long  may gradually do so with the SL of 4970 sopt. if breaks then nifty will go to test previous lows

else nifty will test or cross previos high of 5600



From: Suresh Iyer at 05:36 PM - Mar 28, 2012


tomorrow  buy 5800 CE  @ 5~6  Ready to loose that money. you may end up Gaining. dont invest all your money.

just invest 2~ 5 percent of your capital. I expect it to touch atleast 20/-  book 50% profit at 10~11 level. once

your capital is recovered hold the rest for higher target. If crosses 20/- then hold with a TSL.



From: Suresh Iyer at 05:37 PM - Mar 28, 2012


APRIL 5800 CE



From: Suresh Iyer at 05:39 PM - Mar 28, 2012


OPEN INTEREST AT 5000 IS

  4,137,000  

TAKEN FROM NSE SITE

New Thread: BEAR MARKET RALLIES

Suresh Iyer at 02:06 AM - Feb 14, 2012 ( )

By Andrew Mickey, Q1 Publishing

In just six weeks the S&P 500 has climbed about 30% and the broader, small-cap focused Russell 2000 has soared 40%. It’s the steepest rally in more than 70 years. The bulls are off and running.

Despite it all, very few people believe this rally can last. And it’s because there are still so very few people getting in on this rally, odds are it won’t end very soon.

By this point, most commentators have declared this a bear market rally. The New York Times, Forbes, Bloomberg, and most every major media outlet have gotten on board.

Some of the world’s leading investors agree. In early March we looked at Steven Leuthold’s bold prediction in a:

“These comparisons people make with the Great Depression are totally out of touch with reality, and pretty stupid…We’ve been in much worse, much more panicked and more scary situations in the U.S.”

A pretty bold statement considering the Dow fell below 7,000 and was headed lower. But it’s not just Leuthold. Hedge fund manager, philanthropist, philosopher, billionaire George Soros has been quite vocal about his suspicions in the sustainability of this rally. Soros said:

“It’s a bear-market rally because we have not yet turned the economy around. This isn’t a financial crisis like all the other financial crises that we have experienced in our lifetime.”

If you out more than a few months, all signs point to Soros being spot on. There are just too many problems to work through and an unwillingness to accept the inevitable solutions.

Despite it all though, it’s looking much more likely we’ll see more upside in the short-term than the start of a downturn.

Why? Because we haven’t run through all the phases of a bear market rally.

Three Stages of a Bear Market Rally

Bear market rallies are unique events. They come when their least expected. That can last a few days, weeks, or months. There’s no telling exactly when they will end. But if you pay attention to the life-cycle of past market movements, you can get a good idea of when this one is going to end. That’s why I closely watch the Three Stages of a Bear Market Rally:

Stage 1: “It’s all over”

The first stage of a bear market rally starts when the markets react to bad news as if it was good news. Whether it’s because bad news isn’t as good as bad as expected or it’s one of those “Green Shoots” which provide a glimmer of light perceived to be the end of the tunnel.

This happens when everyone thinks it will never turn around. It’s when many investors throw in the towel and proclaim “it’s all over.” We hit that point in early March. Since then the markets have been so beat up in such a short period of time that any bit of good news can get things rolling higher again.

Stage 2: Popular Declaration of Bear Market Rally

This is the stage where most commentators admit we’re in a bear market rally. The upswing has just been too strong and last so much longer than initially anticipated by most, it’s obvious to everyone.

There are no fundamental drivers and the fundamentals still matter very little in this stage. Dividend yields, P/E’s, growth, and forward estimates aren’t focused on very much. The prevailing “thesis” (i.e. stimulus spending will be great news for infrastructures stocks) is much more important than the underlying fundamental situation – a.k.a. reality.

Most everyone goes on to warn this is a bear market rally and advise against buying too much of anything now. There’s still no It’s also a time when we here things like “this is a trader’s market.” Which any market should be a traders market, given the wide number of strategies which work in bull, bear, and flat markets.

Stage 3 – “All clear! Get in before it’s too late.”

This is the final stage. It’s when the bear market has been forgotten by most. Stocks move up, but the big upswings have disappeared.

This is when the very real risk of “panic buying” sets in. This is a result of the big money fearing 1) it has missed all the chances to buy low, 2) their performance will suffer, and 3) customers will take their money elsewhere.

To make up for lost time, they buy very aggressively. Many of them think short-term and want to deliver the numbers to keep pace with the competition in the money management industry. This is an extremely profitable stage for those who went against the grain and bought during the earlier stages of the rally. You’ll also see a general decline in the VIX. It currently sits at below 34 – well below its recent range of 50 to 90.

Yet when the big money runs out of cash to buy shares, watch out, the end of a bear market rally is near.

What to do Now

It looks like we’re in Stage 2. There are just too many non-believers out there right now, too much money on the sidelines yet to come back into the market, and there has been no build up of false confidence which precedes most market declines.

Just think of what happened last fall. After a sharp downturn, the markets rallied sharply after the presidential election. The so-called Obama rally was a boon for stocks which were looked at as leading benefactors of the new administration’s agenda.

Don’t get me wrong, there are still a lot of problems. Commercial real estate debt, deflation (and the debasing of currencies to prevent it), rising unemployment, and increasing and changing regulation to consistently change the rules and keep entrepreneurs and investors from tackling new opportunities will all be a drag on the economy at every stage of a recovery.

But, as the markets have shown, a bear market rally is not something to bet against. As a result, I recommend searching out three types of opportunities.

One being the safe ways to play a market rally which go up with the markets, but don’t go down nearly as fast (e.g. a covered call writing ETF). Another one being the sectors which have fallen out of favor during this downturn. The final being speculative stocks which have been so beaten down there’s only one way to go up. The old Wall Street saying is a rising tide lifts all boats is true. But when the tide is rising this fast, the most beaten up boats which were steadily sinking (think banks, homebuilders, commercial real estate, etc.) have been rising the fastest.

Good investing,

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