Monthly Archives: May 2014

Test of Moving Average

A interesting use of Moving Averages is in Mean Reversion. While many trend followers swear by a Moving Average (or Moving Average Crossover), its interesting that the same can also be used for a Mean Reversion strategy (not that I … Continue reading

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Days since a 3% correction

Once again, this blog is based on a US blog which showed that Dow has had 600 days since seeing a 3% reaction. Since our markets are in itself in the middle of a good bull run, I figured out … Continue reading

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CNX Small Cap Index PE – Running Rogue?

Price Earnings Ratio is something I believe is an important number and the PE ratio for Index has a way of showing where we are and based on past data what can be expected (with a reasonable probability of success) … Continue reading

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Nifty Performance vs. PE Ratio

One of the key numbers I look at regularly is the PE ratio of Nifty to have a idea as to the valuation Nifty currently commands and whether markets are cheap, expensive or neither of the two. For quite some … Continue reading

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Does low volume days say anything

As usual, idea for this particular test has been borrowed from this blog post (Link) I wanted to check whether there was any such change when the same was applied to Indian Markets. I used CNX Nifty and the Volumes … Continue reading

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The left out feeling

Its been a pretty long time since we saw a move in the markets where dogs, cats and bananas are all rallying together, may with incredible speed that seems to suggest that even the gravitational force of Jupiter may not … Continue reading

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Are markets still worth buying into?

The current surge in prices has placed me in a quandry as to whether its still a good time to invest in the markets. While Infrastructure Index is up by 20.6% this month alone, we still are way way below … Continue reading

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