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Opening Bell in NSE BSE, Stock Market News Updates

For traders, the term opening bell has a familiar ring to it. Across the world, the opening bell marks the beginning of the trading day at the stock exchange. The Opening Bell in NSE BSE is at around 9 am but the actual trading begins 15 minutes after that. As a trader your primary concern is to be prepared with requisite information and intelligence ahead of the market opening. You need to get a colour of the market, understand the stocks to focus, read up the news that matter and also check all the relevant stock market news updates. There is a simpler way to do all these things and that is to read the Opening Bell report brought out daily by LKP Securities…

Opening Bell by LKP Securities…

As the name suggests, Opening Bell is the pre-market report that is up on the website before the market opens at 9 am. As a trader or even as an investor here are 5 key things that the Opening Bell report of LKP Securities covers for you…

  • There is a global macro view because in the current context markets are highly inter-related. The SGX Nifty in Singapore does take its cues from the US, European and Asian markets and that gets transmitted to NSE Nifty. That is why global cues matter.
  • Then of course there are the domestic macros. Major announcement of economic reforms, key legislative changes, changes in inflation and trade data all have a bearing on the equity markets. The report also covers the impact of key macros in detail.
  • Then we come to the index view. Not just for Nifty and Sensex traders, but even for buyers of stocks the index level is important. More traders and investors are willing to participate in the market when the market levels are buoyant than when the markets are weak.
  • The fourth point covered in the report is the trading plan. Your trading plan will largely depend on the colour of the market and will differ based on whether the market is likely to be moderately bullish or moderately bearish or tepid.
  • Lastly, there will be some sector and stock-specific cues that will arise from the combined flow of news and data. The report also captures these trends.

Opening Bell is more of a starting point for you…

The Opening Bell at LKP Securities does not dwell too deep on specific stocks, technical levels etc. Those factors will become more relevant once trading commences and the colour of specific stocks emerges gradually. Hence the Opening Bell is focused more on broad macro level cues and that can be used as a trading start.

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