Large-caps in India have been on a tear relative to their small and mid-cap counterparts, which we’ve spoken about at length over the last few months. With that said, it’s no surprise to see that the Nifty 50 is leading to the upside once again by clearing its recent range on an absolute basis and making new 5-month closing highs.
Consumer Goods Stocks Are Breaking Out!
For months we’ve been focusing our long efforts on stocks in sectors like Fast Moving Consumer Goods that have been showing relative strength. Today we’re revisiting the Consumer Goods sector as it makes new all-time highs on an absolute basis and nearly 1-year highs relative to the Nifty 500 to see what names we want to be involved in to capitalize on this theme.
[Premium] Market Breadth Update
Now that we’re halfway through the year, it seems like an appropriate time to review market breadth both globally and within India to identify how we want to be positioned in equities during the second half of this year. In this post we’ll do just that by looking at all of the global equity markets and Nifty sectors we track to determine their trend and momentum readings across multiple timeframes, so that we can come to a conclusion based upon the weight of the evidence.
[Premium] Monthly Chart Updates
Last month we introduced the newly added Monthly Chartbook in a post where we discussed the trends and perspectives seen through a long-term lens. Our conclusions were that many of our price objectives for the Nifty Sectors and Indices were hit and that a neutral approach was best in many cases. In that type of environment we wanted to focus our long trades in areas showing relative strength like large-cap Financial Services, IT, and Consumers Goods, while focusing our short trades in areas that were showing relative weakness, like mid and small-cap Infrastructure, Realty, and Metals stocks.
[Premium] Details For July 2022 Monthly Charts Strategy Session
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July’s Strategy Session will be held on Wednesday, July 6th at 7 PM IST. As always, if you cannot make the call live, the video and slides will be archived and published here along with all of our past conference calls.
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[Premium] Weak Gets Weaker
Over the last month we’ve spoken about weakness in small and mid-caps and the sectors we want to be involved in on both the long and short side. In healthy market environments we see sector rotation keep the broader market afloat as leaders correct through either time or price, however, we’ve not seen any of that over the last few months. The weakest sectors have not caught a bid as leaders correct, instead they’ve gotten even weaker. This is a problem.
[Premium] Reading Our Updated Chartbook Notes
As a result of the labor intensive process needed to maintain the Chartbook Notes and their lack of use by the majority of members, we have decided to discontinue this feature. We will be adding new tools and functionality to replace it by the end of the quarter. In the meantime if any of the charts in the Chartbook are unclear and you need further clarification, please feel free to contact us and we’ll get back to you within 24 hours. Thank you in advance for your patience as we make these improvements to the site.
Over the last few weeks we’ve been making several changes to the site and will be adding more stuff over the coming weeks based on your feedback. One of the changes we’ve made is the notes in our Chartbooks. We’ve received several questions on how to interpret them, so today I want to use this post to quickly walk you through just that.
[Premium] Vulnerable Nifty Next 50 Stocks
One of the most valuable parts of our research process in the US is our multi-timeframe analysis of the Dow 30 components. By analyzing 30 of the largest companies in the US markets we can quickly gain an understanding of the index’s underlying trend and which sectors are showing relative strength and which are showing relative weakness.
In India, we perform the same exercise with the Nifty 50 and Nifty Next 50. Over the last few months we’ve pointed out the weakness in mid and small-cap stocks, but more recently our analysis of the individual stocks within the large-cap indexes has started to suggest that this weakness may be spreading. Yesterday we talked about weak stocks in the Nifty 50, so today we’re going to perform the same exercise with the Nifty Next 50.
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