WeekendInvesting Daily Byte – 05 Sep 20233 min read

The Nifty index, after a strong upward movement in the past few days, has consolidated its gains. This consolidation is a positive sign as it establishes a strong support level near 19600. Once this pivotal point is cleared, it is likely that the Nifty will continue its upward trend and reach new highs. However, it is important to note that there are several headwinds on the horizon that may impact the market in the future.

Analysing the Nifty heat map, we can see that there have been substantial gains in IT stocks, FMCG stocks, consumption stocks, steel, power, energy, and pharma stocks. These sectors, including pharma, real estate, PSU banks, FMCG, IT, and consumption, have been leading the market. On the other hand, there have been losses in the auto sector, minor fluctuations in private banks, and certain public sector enterprise stocks.

While the Nifty index has come close to the critical level of 19600, the real action is seen in the mid-cap and small-cap stocks. These stocks have been demonstrating a parabolic surge, continuously closing higher for six to seven sessions. This rapid pace of increase may indicate an overheated market. It is important to monitor the stability of this surge, as it could potentially lead to a correction in the future.

One key aspect to consider is the performance of the Nifty Bank. A healthy uptrend in the market depends on the Nifty Bank’s performance as well. Currently, the Nifty Bank is stuck in a congestion zone around the 44500 level. This raises concerns about the longevity of the large-cap move on the Nifty index. Historically, the Nifty index does not sustain momentum for an extended period without the Nifty Bank’s participation.

Let’s discuss some imminent headwinds that could impact the market in the coming months. Firstly, the Brent crude oil futures have crossed the $87 mark, indicating a potential breakout. If oil prices continue to rise and reach the resistance level of $99, it could have implications for inflation and the current account deficit. Additionally, the US dollar index is currently at a critical resistance level, suggesting a potential breakout. If this breakout occurs, it could lead to foreign institutional outflows and put pressure on the USDINR exchange rate.

The recent increase in commodity prices, including oil, steel, and sugar, could have a lagged impact on inflation. This means that inflation may rise in the coming months, which could pose a challenge for the markets. Considering the current tipping point of interest rates and the potential inability to hike rates further, it is crucial to closely monitor inflation levels moving forward.

The current market situation calls for careful observation and strategic decision-making. While the Nifty consolidates, the surge in small and mid-cap stocks indicates potential opportunities. It is important to have a well-defined exit plan in place and execute it when necessary. Emotional decision-making can lead to unfavorable outcomes, particularly for discretionary investors.

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September 5, 2017 by Weekend Investing

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