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The overall market breadth has turned negative on every rise, market may see volatility with risk of sharp and sudden selloffs at high levels remain.

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Dear Trader… On the third day of the week, Indian markets failed to maintain its strong start, as rising bond yields have come against positive sentiment. The negative territory of the day has all the major sectoral indices. With the Indian stock market currently in a high buying risk zone, the market saw a cautious decline following weak global signals. Resurrection in domestic COVID-19 cases and U.S. Bond yields had

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Nikhil Bhatt is a SEBI registered individual Research Analyst under the SEBI (Research Analysts) Regulations, 2014 is an entrepreneur, global thought leader with a sound understanding trend of BSE, NSE, financial industry segments and investment trends. According to Nikhil Bhatt, “Our mission is to spread financial awareness and improve financial literacy in a concise, simple and easy-to-understand manner. Backed by scientific research, ethical principles and reliable data, our publications benefit and guide the Indian financial / non financial community like merchants, managers, investors, traders and readers. We seek to make investment decisions more objective and mature”.