Nifty, Sensex At All-Time High; Banks Shine

Apr 28, 2017 | 04:00 PM IST

GST Impact

Market This Week

The market is moving in an exactly opposite direction as what majority of the investors are anticipating. The high point of this week was that Sensex and Nifty hit their all-time high level. Since last month investors were waiting for the right time to buy. But there is a saying in the market - for the investors, there is never a right time to sell and never a wrong time to buy.

Though in the later half of the week market showed some signs of correction. The market reached its all-time high at the start of the week, however, the matter of concern is that the most awaited correction is on the cards. Thursday was F&O expiry and long rollover data was down as most of the investors have squared off their positions in anticipation of the correction.

Movers And Shakers

Large caps also joined the party with the midcaps last week. Earlier IT giant Infosys have disappointed with their earnings but on the other side of the coin, Wipro delivered significantly well considering Trump storm. Due to favourable government reforms, infra and associated sectors are zooming higher and higher. Core industry sectors like films, packaging solutions, chemical while commodity space steel has grabbed the attention of the investors.

Key Market Drivers

Cosmo Films Ltd have rallied high last week after breaking the resistance and didn't give any opportunity for the majority of the investors to enter as in just 4 days it spiked nearly 17%. Larsen and Turbo looked much stronger last week after bagging a couple of big orders. Company's revenue visibility will get better in coming quarters.

Event Watch

As the market is on the higher side investors are getting more cautious at current levels and this is the time to bet safely. This is time for the analysts to focus rigorously on the undervalued stocks where there could be less impact on the market correction. There is little hope from the domestic or global events as of now. Most awaited trigger could be quarter earnings of the midcaps which faced the brunt of demonetisation in the last quarter. This time around, these companies could deliver better performance.

Stocks To Watch

Cosmo Films is on the upside while Bharti Infratel is on the downside

 

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