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State Bank of India
NSE: SBIN | BSE: 500112 | ISIN: INE062A01020 | Sector: Banks
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Reputation: -6,635 • Jun 24 5:59 AM


Type
Buy
Instrument
SBIN JUL20 210 CE
Entry Price
₹7
Price@Trade
₹7
Target Price
₹15
Stop Price
₹5.5
Valid Till
Jul 30, 2020 3:20 AM
Margin
₹21,000 approx for 3000 Qty
Status
Stoploss Hit
Exit Price
₹5.5
Net P&L
-₹4,500 (-21.43%)
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NSE:SBIN price when posted: 191.6
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TrackerBot @trackerbot
Jun 24 8:16 AM

Update
Stoploss Hit
Exit Price
₹5.5
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Reputation: 80 • Just now

SBIN - chart - 1144048
#SBIN so far past 2 months close to breakout and fade away ,
Keep watch out
Two way Buy can see
* Any opportunities utilizes to buy with stop loss of 170 ,
* Buy only after breakout of above 202-205 keep Stop loss of 190below
choise of investment your preference
#WALLET #...
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Reputation: 136 • Yesterday 4:31 AM

SBIN - 1143931

State Bank Of India (11.14% weight in NIFTY BANK ), a very important stock after triangular consolidation and narrow range, small breakout starts above 200

But if stock can break above 205 and sustain, it can fast achieve 255-260 or more

RSI steady above 50

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Type
Buy
Instrument
SBIN
Entry Price
₹195.65
Price@Trade
₹195.65
Target Price
₹203
Stop Price
₹190
Valid Till
Aug 12, 2020 3:20 AM
Margin
₹39,130 approx for 200 Qty
Status
Active
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Type
Buy
Instrument
SBIN
Entry Price
₹196.9
Price@Trade
₹195.85
Target Price
₹215
Stop Price
₹193
Valid Till
Aug 11, 2021 3:20 AM
Margin
₹196,900 approx for 1000 Qty
Status
Active
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Reputation: 4,817 • Yesterday 7:21 AM
View: Avoiding a merry-go-round of loan restructuring may be the best bet for banks
Private banks could begin to think that they are better off setting aside capital for potential defaults and recover through the bankruptcy process, however slow and ineffective it is, rather than getting into the merry-go-round of restructuring unviable businesses and end up with a wooden spoon.
The Economic Times
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