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Indian share market 2024

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Indian share market 2024  - Predicting the future of the Indian share market, especially for a specific month like February, is inherently difficult due to the complex interplay of various domestic and global factors. However, I can provide you with some insights based on current trends and expert opinions:

Key factors to consider:

  • Global economic conditions: The Federal Reserve's expected interest rate hikes and the ongoing geopolitical tensions could lead to market volatility.
  • Domestic economic outlook: The Indian economy is expected to grow at a healthy rate in 2024, which could be positive for the market. However, concerns over inflation and rising interest rates could dampen sentiment.
  • Corporate earnings: Strong corporate earnings could boost investor confidence and lead to a positive market performance.
  • FII and DII activity: Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) and domestic institutional investors (DIIs) play a crucial role in driving the market. Their investment decisions will depend on various factors, including the above-mentioned ones.
  • Historical trends: Historically, February has been a relatively weak month for the Indian market, with negative returns in 4 out of the last 5 years.
Predicting the future of the Indian share market 2024
Predicting the future of the Indian share market 2024

Expert opinions:

  • Some analysts believe that the market may consolidate in February after the recent rally, with a potential for some downside movement due to the factors mentioned above.
  • Others believe that the strong domestic fundamentals could provide support to the market, even if there are some global headwinds.
  • Overall, the outlook for February is mixed, and it is advisable to approach the market with caution and stay updated with the latest developments.

Budget 2024

The interim budget is scheduled to be presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on February.  Currently, the Nifty is trading around the 21,800 levels. While corporates, traders, and investors focus on growth forecasts, with particular interest in sector-specific announcements, taxpayers are keen on tax-related announcements.

Liquidity is driving the market, along with positive sentiments and political stability. The setup and positioning are bullish as the Nifty has rallied by around 3,300 points from 18,834 to 22,124. Even after a small profit-booking, the decline from its lifetime high of 22,124 has been 21,300. In the recent scenario, many smallcaps and midcaps, including central public sector enterprises, power, energy, and railway stocks, are witnessing huge demand and interest.

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Indian share market 2024  - Nifty

The Nifty50 has been making a higher top, higher bottom formation on the weekly chart, and supports are gradually shifting higher. The market setup is bullish, but last week was slightly disturbing to bulls, with some corrective moves in HDFC Bank and some negative divergence on the charts.

Till it holds above the 21,000-21,200 zones, the overall setup is bullish, with a buy on decline strategy for an upmove towards the 22,124 and 22,500 zones.

The short-term market outlook will change only if the index holds below the 21,000 zone.

Bank Nifty

Bank Nifty is known as a much-volatile instrument, and this rate-sensitive index is likely to see huge swings due to Budget 2024. The index recently took a corrective move due to a decline in HDFC Bank, and that might give a scope for a limited upside as we are in the corporate earnings season. The Bank Nifty has  a major support at the 45,000 zone. Above 46,500, it may see a retest of 47,777 and 48,250.

Bull call spread can work

To be with the trend, one can initiate a bull call spread by buying a 21,500 call and selling a 22,200 call to play the swings of a 700-point upside by paying a nominal margin and a lesser premium amount, comparatively. The major trend is intact. However, the budget is a key event, and any negative trigger could give a sudden shock. So, it's better to apply hedging strategies against the existing long portfolio. One can buy a 21,500 put and sell a 21,800 put to hedge the downside till the 21,800 zones.

Sectoral focus

Sector-wise, activities could be seen in the CPSE sector, like railways, power, energy, and defence. Auto, IT, and consumption sectors could react as per the comments in the sector. Tobacco and liquor companies may see volatile swings if there are any reactions and comments related to them by the FM in her budget speech. The belief is that the Indian government may focus more on railways, Make-in- India initiatives, and infra development. As of now, don’t expect any setback from capital gains or on the FPI (foreign portfolio investment) front.


  • Do your own research: Don't solely rely on expert opinions or market predictions. Conduct your own research and analysis before making any investment decisions.
  • Invest for the long term: Don't get swayed by short-term volatility. Invest with a long-term perspective to smooth out market fluctuations.
  • Diversify your portfolio: Don't put all your eggs in one basket. Diversify your portfolio across different asset classes and sectors to mitigate risk.
  • Seek professional advice: If you are a new investor or unsure about the market, consider seeking advice from a financial advisor.


Remember, the Indian share market is dynamic and unpredictable. This information should be used for informational purposes only and should not be considered as investment advice.


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