Thursday, October 18, 2012

Aarvee Denim Ltd recommended on 13 th October, 2012, at around Rs.41.15, to the Paid Group members, hit the buyer freeze yesterday and closed at Rs.51.30. The following was the chartical analysis presented on that day to the Paid Group members on the Paid Blog: The much expected rally in the textile sector has begun, therefore now I am expecting a rally on SEL Manufacturing Co Ltd and Alok Industries Ltd.
This was the Chartical Analysis Sent to Paid Group
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What is the recent news on Vikash Metal and Power Ltd and Glodyne Technoserve Ltd? Both have been beaten down black and blue, during the last few months. Such news are only for Paid Service members. 
After a favourable Supreme Court judgement, V2 Retail Ltd has started to move up once again. It touched Rs.12.64 yesterday/ 
Tulip Telecom Ltd recommended a couple of days back to the Paid Service Members and yesterday to the Paid Service members, almost hit the buyer freeze. The stock hit the buyer freeze in the late afternoon, and then closed a tad below it at Rs.40.55. What is the news on the company?
What is the latest on Jai Balaji Industries Ltd, Kohinoor Broadcasting Corporation Ltd and Allied Digital Services Ltd? I am very bullish on Jai Corp Ltd, due to the presence of Anand Jain. According to an article published in The Economic Times in 2005, Anand Jain was first noted in Reliance in the mid-1980s, when he crushed the bear cartel led by Manu Manek, the then kingpin of Bombay Stock Exchange.[5] Later, he emerged as a key figure in the running of the day-to-day operations of the Reliance group, particularly its telecom venture Reliance Infocomm. CLICK Here.
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