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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… As expected, Indian shares rebounded on Monday to close higher, helped by Banking – Finance, metal and realty stocks, while a second surge in domestic corona virus cases and fears over its impact on the economy capped gains. The pullback is also supported by a strong rally happening in global markets. Traders remain energized as the Finance Ministry relaxed the spending guidelines to enable ministries and departments to

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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”.