Saturday, February 26, 2011

First they rocked, then they rolled

On Friday morning (Feb 25), I was at my usual interview with Nikunj, stocks editor with ET-Now. Nikunj was giving a brief glimpse of overnight markets. Talking about crude prices he said, crude prices were all over the place. First they rocked, then they rolled. This meant that first the prices went up (rocked) then they came down with equal momentum (rolled).

I quite enjoyed this explaination of price movement, and said so. I am available every morning on ET-Now from 8.15 to 10.00 AM. Between 8.15 to 9.30 a lot of premarket and market open talk goes on. Around 9.55, just before signing off, I give whatever trades I have done or plan to do after having observed the first half hour of market action. All said and done, I have opportunity to express my views, dicuss my trades, which I think provides lot of guidance to viewers.

If for some reason readers are not watching ET-Now, then they should. I think the morning program is the best in the country, and, certainly the most useful for traders and active investors.

4 comments:

men said...

Dear Mr. Sudarshan,
If you showed us how to fish instead of giving us a fish I think that et now @ 8 would be the best, Ashudutt WAS THE ONLY one who showed why and why not. Secondly if one cannot watch ET now @ 8 then the essence is lost, as it will not be practically possible for everyone to wath the tv at that time, and soon HERE there will be 6-8 hrs of power cut. Trust that you would speak to the et people on this.
Regards,
Sudhin

men said...

Dear Mr. Sudarshan,
Hope you will teach us how to fish rather than giving us a fish, then yes ET now will be the best. Ashudutt was the ONLY ONE who showed why and why not by using simple charts, no mumbo jumbo in his explanation. Hope you would also show your charts.
Secondly how many will be lucky to wath this programme at 8? With massive power cuts coming round the corner how many will be lucky to watch this at 8 is anybody's guess, here we may have powercuts of upto 6-8 hrs/day. Some transcript must be available on the net for those who miss this show, see if you could help.
Regards,
Sudhin

rani patel said...

i used to look forward to reading your blog earlier but now it is more of an advertisement and you literally compelling readers to watch ET Now

men said...

Dear Mr. Sudarshan,
Does your view of ITC coming down still hold good after todays up move? Any tip of knowing when a bottom is in place or is it pure short covering that has taken a stock up?
Regards,
Sudhin