Jun 4, 2017

Chart Of The Day : MUTHOOT FINANCE LTD.Buy/Sell/Hold? Short - Mid Term View 4 JUNE 2017 For Trading Positional Technical Analysis Recommendation

Chart Of The Day : MUTHOOT FINANCE LTD.Buy/Sell/Hold? Short - Mid Term View 4 JUNE  2017 For Trading Positional Technical Analysis Recommendation

Recommendation: Buy
View : Short to Mid Term
Strategy : ?
CMP : bse cash 427.60

Clearly the financial services space is ruling the roost of equity markets at this point baring the bad loans ridden banks and excepting the surprising NPA disclosure of state owned Power Finance Corporation limited.
MUTHOOT FINANCE LTD. Is definitely a leading counter in nbfc space.
Let’s talk about the stock movement directly.
It declined to its 200 dma around 280, after note ban from its pre note ban high of 400 of august 2016 and crossed the same recently and given fresh breakout above it.
We expect fast rise of 15 pc. The rise announced in Q4 also gave backing to the stock price rally.

Attached is the chart and a little explanation. Click on the chart for bigger view.
You can clearly see how it is making one of the most reliable inverse head and shoulder patter on the daily chart and now made a high above the previous high of 405 levels.
We clearly recommend a strong and easy buy on this one. The way it has come back is also very promising from trading perspective.

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An Update for US Dollar ,Euro ,GBP ,CAD ,AUD ,CRUDE 4 June 2017

An Update for US Dollar ,Euro ,GBP ,CAD ,AUD ,CRUDE

The technical indicators warn that the US dollar is stretched, but the combination of disappointing auto sales and jobs report may deny it the interest rate support needed to facilitate a resumption of the bull market. While there are many observers talking about the abdication of the US from its global leadership role given the decision to pull out of the Paris Accord and the TPP, we think the dollar’s performance can be explained by changing perceptions about the pace of US economic activity, the direction of inflation, and prospects for significant tax reform and infrastructure spending. 
There is a light US economic calendar in the week ahead, and the quiet period ahead of the June 13-14 FOMC meeting means that investors are unlikely to get much guidance from officials.  The focus will be squarely on Europe with the ECB meeting and the UK election. 

The Dollar Index finished the week at new lows for the year, and just above the 61.8% retracement objective of the rally from the lows seen in May last year (96.45).  A convincing break brings two technical levels into view.  The first is around 95.20.  It is a measuring objective of the old head and shoulder pattern that had been formed between December 2016 and March 2017.  The second is near 94.20.  It is the 38.2% retracement objective of the Dollar Index’s 2012-2014 lows near 78.60. 

The euro appreciated for the sixth week of the past eight.  Nearly three-quarters of the 0.7% gain on the week were scored on the back of the disappointing US jobs report.  Before the weekend, it posted its highest close since last September, as works its way closer to the spike high last November ($1.13).  The strength of the close warns of risk of a gap higher opening in Asia on June 5.  Given the proximity of $1.1300, current volatility, and momentum, an upside break cannot be ruled out.  A break of $1.1300 could signal a move to $1.1400-$1.1425. 

The dollar has fallen against the yen for five of the last six sessions.  Before the weekend, it was trading on either side of the previous day’s range (outside day) and closed below the previous day’s low. Indeed, the early in the session it made a new high for the week.  Then in response to the jobs’ disappointment, it made a new low for the week.   Support is expected in front of JPY110, and a break could see JPY109.40-JPY109.60.  However, if US yields do not find better traction, a return to the JPY108 area seen in mid-April is possible. 

Sterling was range-bound last week (~$1.2770 to $1.2920).  The outside up day posted in the middle of the week did not see follow-through buying, but rather back-to-back inside days.  The technical indicators look constructive, but that may be a reflection of a heavy dollar.  Sterling continues to trade heavily against the euro.  It fell on the cross for the sixth consecutive week.  The euro look to be headed into the GBP0.8800-GBP0.8850 area that marked the highs in mid-January and mid-March.  Against the dollar, the $1.3000-$1.3055 needs to be overcome to be anything technically significant. 

The US dollar snapped a two-week decline against the Canadian dollar and rose 0.4% on the week. The Slow Stochastics have turned higher, and the MACDs are about to, but the price action itself is more worrisome.  After reaching its best level since May 19, which corresponded with a 38.2% retracement of the US dollar’s fall since the May 5 key reversal, the greenback sold off before the weekend and settled on its lows.  Initial support is seen in the CAD1.3450-CAD1.3480 area, but the potential is to re-test the May 25 low below CAD1.3400.

A good part of the technical damage inflicted on the Australian dollar as it declined in five of six sessions was repaired on before the weekend with its nearly 1% advance.   It recovered off the $0.7375 area on the back of the poor US jobs report, recouped half of what it lost over those five sessions (~$0.7445). A weaker US dollar environment and soft US rates can help lift the Aussie back into the $0.7500-$0.7700 area.   Near-term potential extends toward $0.7525 and then $0.7600. 

The US 10-year yield fell nine basis points.  It was the second time in three weeks that a decline of that magnitude was recorded.  A new low yield print was recorded (~2.14%) since last November. With falling core PCE deflator, disappointing jobs and auto sales, and doubts over the legislation of the economic agenda, there does not seem much in the way of a further decline toward 2.0%. Though stretched, the technical indicators for the 10-year Treasury note futures do not suggest a top is imminent.  The 127-04 area corresponds to a 50% retracement of the sell-off since last November. The 61.8% retracement is 128-03. 

From the May 25 high through the pre-weekend low, the July light sweet crude oil futures contract fell more than 10%.  The contract briefly dipped below $47 before recovering, leaving a possible bullish hammer candlestick in its wake.  A move above $52 is needed to be of technical significance.  The technical indicators point to continued risk on the downside.  There is little support below $46 until $44, where prices had spiked on May 5.  The price of oil has fallen for four of the five months this year.  After falling 9.4% in Q1, it is off another 6%  in the first two months of Q2.

 Neither weak macro data nor valuation concerns have held back the S&P 500.  It is participating in what is a global rally.  Although conventional wisdom was that European equities would rally more than US shares, so far this year, the S&P 500 has held its own.  It is up 8.8%, just nosing ahead of the Dow Jones Stoxx 600 (~8.6%).   The Nikkei 400, which the BOJ buys ETFs on, is up almost 5.7% year-to-date. The technical indicators are not particularly stretched. The note of caution comes from bumping against the upper Bollinger Band.   Last week began by breaking a seven-day advance, but the week finished on a firmer note with new record highs.