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Old 02-10-2009, 11:40 PM
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I think copy pest the data in excel will do provided Columbus keep the format same ( scrip name, price , percent )
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Increasing does not mean it will increase. Being at the top band does not again mean we are at the top. A implies B is not always a case of B implying A.

Originally Posted by columbus View Post
In such matters one can not be so EXACT.

A classic case of logical reasoning which market seldom cares
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Increasing does not mean it will increase. Being at the top band does not again mean we are at the top. A implies B is not always a case of B implying A.

Perfect! On the lighter side, A loves B but why should B love A ?
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Hi Columbus,

Thank you for all this beautiful work. Is there a way you can show your data on Excel charts? They say that a picture is worth a thousand words...

If you don't mind, I can try converting your data into charts. Please lemme know.


Hi Linus,

To be frank, most people want to know about individual scrips,
rather than summation of scrips ,which gives direction of market.
The present format also gives clues about market.
Thanks for coming forward,I remember giving it few week back
in some other thread.
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Hi Columbus,

Thank you for all this beautiful work. Is there a way you can show your data on Excel charts? They say that a picture is worth a thousand words...

If you don't mind, I can try converting your data into charts. Please lemme know.




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@ Columbus, this is an excellent idea! Good one! Maybe a ratio of gainers to losers - a kind of weekly advance decline ratio - will be also add some value. Thanks!
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Weekly round-up
(Day ending FRI-15 OCT'09)


Top gainers were:
BANCOINDI ........ 69.75 ........ 49%
MERCK ............. 586.80 ........ 41%
PETRONENG....... 211.05 ......... 39%





Other gainers in the 26%-18% include:

Code:
 
    RAJESHEXP      CANDC          EIHAHOTEL      VIVIMEDLA
    VINATIORG      SESAGOA        ISMTLTD        CCL
    ASIANTILE      RSSOFTWAR      SIMPLEX        HITACHIHO
    DEWANHOUS      EDSERV         KKCL           MMFL
    REISIXTEN      BASF           PTC            TTKPRESTI
    SBIN

Other gainers in the 18%-14% include:

Code:
    DENABANK       LITL           NILKAMAL       JINDALSTE
    BANKINDIA      ESCORTS        CCCL           INDUSINDB
    MPSLTD         M&MFIN         CAMBRIDGE      GVKPIL
    KTKBANK        PENINLAND      JINDALSAW      ALFALAVAL
    CROMPGREA
Other gainers in the 11%-8% include:

Code:
    ANDHRABAN      SUPREMEIN-     ESSAROIL       GANESHHOU
    PSUBNKBEE      J&KBANK        YESBANK        GRAPHITE
    BALKRISIN      RCF            STRTECH        UNIONBANK
    SREINTFIN      HYDRBADIN      UCOBANK        FEDERALBN
    IVRCLINFR      ORIENTBAN      BAJAJHIND      KCP
    CEATLTD        TORNTPHAR      DSKULKARN      MCDOWELL-
    NFL

The losers were:

PHP Code:
    Scrip                   Price        Percent

    ETC                    157.35         
-12.00%
    
NSIL                  1206.60         -11.00%
    
KLGSYSTEL              253.85          -9.97
    SUNCLAYTO              108.75          
-9.15
    AMBUJACEM               91.15          
-8.25
    JETAIRWAY              399.45          
-8.15
    ZENSARTEC              193.55          
-7.64
    HINDPETRO              361.05          
-7.62
    GLOBUSSPR               75.50          
-7.25
    BAJAJ
-AUT             1478.00          -7.02
    INFOTECEN              236.05          
-6.92
    BPCL                   525.35          
-6.70
    AXIS
-IT&T               70.70          -6.36
    RCOM                   234.15          
-5.91
    ZENITHEXP               55.65          
-5.68
    ULTRACEMC              823.55          
-5.36
    ONMOBILE               433.10          
-5.28
    CAROLINFO               60.25          
-5.12
    FIEMIND                 97.30          
-5.07 
....................many more.



Summary:

There were around 405 scrips trading less than Rs.50.
Scrips that were trading above 50/- ,good trading history
with substantial gains include 673 scrips.Scrips that were
trading above 50/- ,good trading history with substantial
losses include 192 scrips.

Perhaps the surprising scrip with mind boggling gain of over
18% is SBIN.

Note:
Scrips above Rs.50 with good volumes and trading history
are taken into consideration.
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Weekly round-up
(Day ending FRI-23 OCT'09)


Top gainers were:
AJMERA......... 306.35 ....... 55%
BANG ............ 61.80 ....... 43%



Other gainers in the 30%-20% include:

Code:
    WELSPUNIN      SHRIRAMEP      PIRGLASS       NELCO
    OILCOUNTU      INDIAGLYC      RML            FMGOETZE
    RANEENGIN      PRECOT         SUJANATOW      PONNIEROD
    ASAL


Other gainers in the 20%-13% include:


Code:
    IFBAGRO        NIITTECH       IFBIND         ABCIL
    GLOBUSSPR      RANEHOLDI      KALECONSU      SICAL
    VINATIORG      HARITASEA      CAMBRIDGE      SUBEX
    BRIGADE        SELMCL         POLARIS        ALPHAGEO
    RPGLIFE        HANUNG         ELGIEQUIP

Other gainers in the 13%-10% include:

Code:
    MAYTASINF      REDINGTON      UCALFUEL       KPIT
    LUMAXTECH      FINCABLES      KBL            KIRLOSOIL
    FEDDERLOY      JOCIL          JAIBALAJI      BAJAJHIND
    EDSERV         RAMCOIND       TINPLATE       HCL-INSYS
    MASTEK         NRBBEARIN      RKFORGE        ASTRAZEN
    SRF            CENTENKA       TWL            LUMAXIND

The losers were:

PHP Code:
    Scrip                   Price        Percent
    NATCOPHAR              113.05         
-14.19
    PARSVNATH              121.20         
-12.55
    BASF                   357.60         
-12.55
    TAJGVK                 131.50         
-11.77
    AMTEKAUTO              189.95         
-11.18
    ORIENTHOT              216.65         
-11.12
    NAGARCONS              158.55         
-10.78
    DAAWAT                  63.70         
-10.72
    ZEEL                   227.10         
-10.45
    BALAJITEL               63.05         
-10.44
    BAJAUTOFI              265.60         
-10.38
    GRASIM                2150.55         
-10.04
    PUNJLLOYD              260.25          
-9.56
    JAICORPLT              193.50          
-9.15
    JPASSOCIA              237.70          
-8.84
    SHIV
-VANI              337.45          -8.80
    SESAGOA                323.85          
-8.70
    TATAMOTOR              529.30          
-8.63
    EIHOTEL                137.10          
-8.54
    LITL                   512.50          
-8.38
    RELIANCE              2047.35          
-7.73 
....................many more.



Summary:

There were around 412 scrips trading less than Rs.50.
Scrips that were trading above 50/- ,good trading history
with substantial gains include 368 scrips.Scrips that were
trading above 50/- ,good trading history with substantial
losses include 491 scrips.

Please note that Muharat Trading was not considered as last
trading day of previous week because not all scrips are not
traded during Muharat Trading previously.But during this
Muharat ,more than 1250 stocks were traded ,that is ,NORMAL
during any trade session.

There is weakness in market ,which is evident from the fact
there are more losers than gainers.

Most of the gainers are in Sub-300Rs catrgory with many in
double digits,barring TWL (321/-) and AstraZeneca(981.90).


Note:
Scrips above Rs.50 with good volumes and trading history
are taken into consideration.
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1.Losers and Gainers as per my calculation.
2.Data pertaining to 9.10.09 is not reflected in the chart.
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