Nifty50 Continues Bullish Run, 20,000 in Sight
The Indian stock market is expected to continue its upward momentum in the coming sessions, with the Nifty50 index likely to touch the 20,000 level. However, some consolidation is also possible before the index reaches this level.
The market is currently in a bullish trend, with the Nifty50 forming higher highs and higher lows. The immediate support for the index is at 19,700, and the key resistance is at 19,865.
The options data suggests that there is a high concentration of Call options at the 20,000 strike, which indicates that investors are betting on the index crossing this level. However, there is also a significant amount of Put options at the 19,600 strike, which suggests that some investors are expecting a pullback.
Overall, the technical indicators are positive for the Nifty50. However, it is important to note that the market is volatile and there could be some short-term consolidation before the index reaches 20,000.
Here are some of the key factors that could impact the market in the coming sessions:
- The outcome of the US Federal Reserve’s policy meeting on September 20-21.
- The release of key economic data, such as the US GDP growth data and the unemployment rate.
- Any news on the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
Investors should monitor these factors and adjust their trading strategies accordingly.
The stocks that are likely to perform well in the coming sessions are those with strong fundamentals and are expected to benefit from the positive momentum in the market. These include:
- ICICI Lombard General Insurance
- Pidilite Industries
- Britannia Industries
- Dabur India
- Indian Energy Exchange
- Container Corporation of India
Investors should do their own research before investing in any stock.
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