Articles by George Albert
Mar 30, 2013
Will the bull return? Look for cues in US$ and S&P500The US Dollar index has hit resistance and the Nifty bounced off support last Friday, raising the possibility of a short-term rally in the Indian index.
Mar 23, 2013
Copper gives bearish signal; other commodities not supporting rallyGenerally copper leads the equity markets but not this time. If the economy is expanding one would expect demand for materials like copper, oil and aluminum to rise too. However, that does not seem to be the case
Jan 19, 2013
Sensex inches out: A 500-point rise should be possibleThough there appear to be no constraints to a short-term rally, the market is nearing all-time highs. It is thus time to take a short-term view.
Jan 05, 2013
Two to tango: Nifty ready to rally, Sensex says not yetUnless the Sensex breaks out we'd be cautious about a market rally. In case the Sensex closes above the 19,800 level, one could go long
Dec 22, 2012
Autos bullish - but think Bajaj, not Hero; M&M, not TataThe auto sector is in a bullish phase, and as it corrects, it's time to buy. But buy not the market leaders, but the other stars.
Nov 17, 2012
Bears, take a breather; but keep an eye on US marketThe global markets will take their cues in the coming weeks on how the US tackles its fiscal cliff. Its not the time to be bullish or bearish
Nov 10, 2012
Chart: Global markets vote down US poll resultsA rally in the US markets can be a positive for the Indian markets. Aggressive S&P 500 traders can buy the S&P futures traded on NSE to take advantage of a potential bounce.
Sep 22, 2012
Contrarian view: The charts still favour the Nifty bearsThe fundamental view on the markets is that reforms will push up the indices. But the technical charts give us cause for pause.
Jun 26, 2012
If it's June, it's time for a diesel and gas price hikeWith Pranab Mukherjee gone and the PM taking over the finance ministry for a while, one should expect a diesel price hike this week
Jun 25, 2012
It was Chidu who messed up the economy, not PranabPranab Mukherjee inherited an economy just when the bubble built by Chidambaram went pop. His predecessor is more to blame than him.