Monday, July 18, 2016

NCDEX Jeera Boom @ Live updates for today


NCDEX Jeera is trade fully bearish zone, last 1 month Jeera have jump around 2000 rs and Continue hits upper circuit due to high demand in physical market. Jeera prices are trading higher on anticipation of supply shortage and likely rise in demand from domestic and overseas markets. Declining arrivals, strong export demand may support the prices to trade high. However, profit booking at higher levels may limit the uptrend during the day.

Industrial buyers have already sourced sufficient quantity for the domestic requirements but the export demand may pickup due to good demand from China and other countries, as stock levels have been lower. In the next few months, the prices will depend on export demand. Jeera trade ended the day at Rs. 19400 per quin which is approx 2.29% up against its previous close.

For All invetor,s We recommend Buy Jeera futures for bumper profit.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Comex Gold extended the grow Up @ Buy MCX Gold for Long term



Credit Suisse has raised its estimate of crude. Agency for the year increased from $ 43.59 to $ 36.91 average price of WTI crude is made. Other hand Brent average price increased from $ 37.77 to $ 44.53.Also for 2017, the agency has increased the estimate of crude. Yesterday sharp boom, MCX Crude trading down due to last closing. he US Energy Department inventory report today said. Earlier, in the API reported crude stocks had gained about 22 barrels. MCX Crude oil is trading around Rs 3100 slipped 1 percent.

#According to Source you can Buy Crude around 3100 targets 3175, 3275 Stop loss 2999.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

MCX Gold Fall Due to Decrease demand at Higher Prices @ Buy Gold MCX


The 2-year upper level has waned after touching a golden glow. Decline in demand at higher prices, which many jewelers are offering. The domestic gold discount of Rs 1,000 per 10 gram running. During the last 6 months, gold imports have fallen about 50 per cent. From January to June this year, is expected to barely 212 tonnes of gold imports.

The last 6 months has fallen about 50 per cent of gold imports. From January to June this year, is expected to barely 212 tonnes of gold imports.

In terms of the domestic market by 1 percent, Gold is showing around Rs 31,400 with osteoporosis.

According to Source you can Buy MCX Gold form Lower levels and Put target around 31700 , you can hold it end of week.

Monday, July 4, 2016

Jeera NCDEX Commodity Down Fall By profit Booking


Jeera futures traded within a range during previous trading session by taking mixed cues from spots market. Jeera futures continue to close lower for the last three days of the last week mostly because of profit booking. However, spot prices were up by 1.53% for the week. The arrivals may slow down as monsoon hit most parts of Gujarat. Rise in arrivals at spot market due to the current higher rate pulled the market down.

Jeera futures prices are likely to extend trade on a range bound. Strong export demand may support the prices to trade high. On the other hand, rise in arrivals due to the higher price at spot market may limit the gains. Jeera trade ended the day at Rs. 17840 per quin which is approx 0.08% up against its previous close. We recommend sell Jeera futures during today’s trading session.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Impact of delayed monsoon on Kharif cultivation


A week's delay in the monsoon has impacted sowing of kharif. 1 crore 24 lakh hectares of land so far have made the kharif sowing. 1 million in the same period last year was 64 million hectares planted. In this way a reduction of 24 per cent in agriculture has seen.

Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Rajasthan due to delayed monsoon has affected sowing. Which under cotton has decreased by 45 per cent. The sowing of pulses has decreased by 21 per cent. However, sowing will continue until the end of July and then improves further if the monsoon is also likely to see a recovery.

Friday, June 17, 2016

NCDEX Agri Commodity Trading Updates @ Soyabean Advices Free


NCDEX July Soyabean prices down due to poor demand in spot markets and weakness in benchmark CBOT Soyabean prices. Moreover, progress of South west monsoon and pre-monsoon showers in key growing areas were also supported the fall. It is likely to trade on a negative note today as monsoon rainfall has advanced to certain parts of eastern Madhya Pradesh and is likely to cover the whole state by the weekend. It is likely to support sowing activity in these areas pressurizing prices of Soyabean futures.

Soyabean trade ended the day at Rs. 3829 per quintal which is approx 1.57% down against its previous close. We recommend sell Soyabean futures during today’s trading session.

Thursday, June 16, 2016

NCDEX July Soyabean Prices Traded Lower due to More Supply in Physical Market @ Sold Soyabean Best Position

NCDEX July Soyabean prices traded lower due to more supply in physical market. The prices may trade on a weaker note as conditions are favorable for the monsoon to advance in the country.

Moreover, the supplies of soybean have risen at domestic market on stockiest selling at higher prices. In CBOT, Soyabean future prices is likely to trade down as rainfall in major producing regions of Mid West US is likely to be favorable for the crops. Soyabean trade ended the day at Rs. 3890 per quintal which is approx 1.62% down against its previous close. We recommend sell Soyabean futures during today’s trading session.


@ I am Advies you can Sold NCDEX Soyabean is best to all trader and investor, It is Safe point for all. 
 

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