Tuesday’s Stock Market Mayhem reminded me of the previous post that I had written on October, 17, 2007. And this time post the mayhem, there seems to be a good news “per say” for the market bourses. The US Federal Reserves Rate has been cut by .75 basis points and that as the past suggests would mean the inflow of Foreign Funds (US) would flow in to India and the other Asian markets. That would mean the markets would open with positive note.
Ah but a catch there that US Fed asserts that there would still be downside risks to the growth. Now what does that mean??? Dow still was reeling negative and was not giving much positive indication, so what do we infer??
If we take cue from the Fed Interest Cut then the market should open in positive territory with FFI Fund inflow, but on the contrary, if we take the Dow Jones cue, then the markets would still be on the negative territory.
Here, what is the sentiment of the market players, not the specialists and the experts but those who hail from the retail market and who are the avid watchers of the stock market in
Please recall that in my post on October 17 last year I had mentioned that the Indian Stocks are being overvalued and I strictly feel that there should be another correction in the Sensex and Nifty for between 5 to 10%.That means from current prices the sensex and Nifty should be corrected around 15200 and 4550 Respectively. As per the performances of the various Industry Sectors, that would be the correct valuation of the stocks.
For say in the coming days, both Nifty and Sensex go below the levels of 4500 and 15000 respectively, then there are hugh chances that they would hover in the range of 4000 to 4500 and 14000 to 15000 respectively for quite some time. Umm let say till budget time. Post which, if we get a populist Budget, the market would get the support and come over the bearish shadows as they are hovering at present.
Whatever we say, the morning opening Bells would provide us the clearer picture and Wednesday’s Market performance would more or less decide the fate for Nifty as well as Sensex, as to whether they would go below the benchmarks of 4500 and 15000 or they would rebound back. The Opening session and the mid way would be the deciding factor for more…..