Sugar Scrip Have Boomed

The following post appeared on 29th Aug ’19 and you as a regular visitor might have noticed it. Have you made your bundle of notes, if so, then please let me know what you bought. There has been upsurge in prices by between 15 to 40% since then in sugar scrips. The Post on 29/08/19 … Continue reading

Sugar Scrips

Friends, We have been prompting you to invest in sugar scrips. Bajajhind has improve from 5.50 to 7.50 in just two – three days. Other stocks have also improved. Those who have yet enter sugar may do so by buying Dwarkesh (23/-) Mawana (32/-), Avadh (222/-), Dhampur (148.50), Dalmiasug (76/50) and KMSugar (7.10). I personally … Continue reading

Sugar Price Looks Up So Do Sugar Scrips

Friends, Post governmental relief grant of Rs 6200 crs to sugar Industry for export of 6 million tonnes of sugar, the sugar price in open market has seen some improvement. Sugar scrips were up too but not in a frenzied way, so now it the time to enter and Bajajhind (5.40) and Mawana (29/-) have … Continue reading


Please refer to advice below which appeared on 9/8/2019; Britannia touched 2471/- by 14/8/2019 and you may have bought it. Now you may sell this as it closed 2703/- on 27/8/2019. Prev Advice; BRITANNIA @2588 on 09/08/2019 You may sell this on surges if you happened to buy this under 2780/- as advised earlier, how … Continue reading


We asked you to buy this at under 2550/- (look at the advice given on 26/7/2019 below) and it did fall down to 2467/- by 30/7/2020 and may have been picked up by you. It closed at 2768/- and you may sell this now. BAJAJ-AUTO @2618 on 26/07/2019 You may retain it, else buy it … Continue reading

Sugar Turning Sweet

The following gives you idea about the sugar rates in differnt centres (these rates, up by 7% since June, indicate that sugar Industry will regain health fast enough): Ahmedabad S/30 3400.00 Delhi M/30 3530.00 Hyderabad S/30 3435.00 Indore S/30 3400.00 Kanpur M/30 3620.00 Kolhapur S/30 3307.50 Kolkata S/30 3750.02 Muzaffarnagar M/30 3553.83 Raipur S/30 3425.00 … Continue reading

Yesbank…the mood effect

Friends, The mood or sentiment rules the markets. Yesbank acquired 14% of CGPowers equity for 400 crs approx. which is now being seen as almost entirely written off while Yesbank lost over 10k crs in terms of market capitalisation since then. What a great irony, what a great conclusion. Now coming to basic strength of … Continue reading