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Sunday, April 29, 2007

DAY-TRADING-SHARES.BLOGSPOT.COM:ANALYSIS BY SITE-BLOG-REVIEW.BLOGSPOT.COM

1.Its a blog offering quality day trading tips for Select Indian Stocks to include Reliance,ACC,Tata steel,SBI,ONGC and Infosys.

2.The blog provides correct entry,exit level with likely targets.

3.Overall a good blog with valueable tips for above mentioned stocks and individuals desirous of earning in day trading must check out this blog as selected stocks provide at least a swing of 15-20 RS every day and thus gives a chance for a day tarder to earn substantially.

2 comments:

www.ShareTipsInfo.com Team said...

Dear All,

Your blog is nice and informative. We think our post will be quite useful and informative for your visitors. We have witnessed Sensex and Nifty showing quite handsome upward rally around new year time. But now on 2nd Jan again Indian stock marketis sluggish and is struggling to come up. We have posted in recent post that we can expect market to come down in between 26December-07 to
5- Jan-08.


Now on 2nd Jan FII has reentered into the market and game of seesaw with Nifty
graphs has started again.

We advise everyone whether they are working in Indian stock market or any other expect high volatility in all markets as sentiments of one
market effects other.

Always remember less profit or no profit is better then loss

Warm Regards

ShareTipsInfo Team

www.ShareTipsInfo.com Team said...

Dear All,

Your blog is nice and informative. We think our post will be quite useful and informative for your visitors. We have witnessed Sensex and Nifty showing quite handsome upward rally around new year time. But now on 2nd Jan again Indian stock marketis sluggish and is struggling to come up. We have posted in recent post that we can expect market to come down in between 26December-07 to
5- Jan-08.


Now on 2nd Jan FII has reentered into the market and game of seesaw with Nifty
graphs has started again.

We advise everyone whether they are working in Indian stock market or any other expect high volatility in all markets as sentiments of one
market effects other.

Always remember less profit or no profit is better then loss

Warm Regards

ShareTipsInfo Team