Monthly Archives: January 2015

“Patient” Fed’s Other Problem: A Third Of Traders Today Have Never Witnessed A Rate Hike

By | January 29, 2015

2014 was “relatively easier,” as the pre-determined pace of tapering had The Fed on auto-pilot last year. However, as WSJ’s Jon Hilsenrath warns, Janet Yellen ’s job is about to get harder. Hinting that The FOMC is likely to remain “patient” in deciding when to start raising short-term interest rates later this year (and markets… Read More »

Nifty January Expiry Analysis

By | January 28, 2015

FII’s sold 61.1 K contract of Index Future worth 1300 cores, 69.4 K Long contract were added  by FII’s and 1.3 Lakh  short contracts  were added by FII’s. Net Open Interest increased  by 2 lakh contract ,so FII’s added long and added  majority shorts in index future.So after long time FII’s have shorted index futures in huge… Read More »