May 22, 2019 at 8:17 PM #127692
To watch, please click on following linkMay 24, 2019 at 10:50 AM #128659
sir aapne 26 min ke bad bola tha ki 10900 ke ce ki value 140 thi but wo 10900 nahi 11900 ka ce hoga.May 24, 2019 at 3:38 PM #128680
u told that, except 3rd may, FII remain sellers (data from NSDL site). But, from the same site I am seeing that, the also remain buyer on 7th & 8th may (308 &n 2810 Crs respectively).
Date Gross Buy Gross Sales Net
02-May-19 8429.48 9341.81 -912.33
03-May-19 5745.44 5200.41 545.03
06-May-19 4377.25 4467.01 -89.76
07-May-19 5256.66 4948.42 308.24
08-May-19 8276.84 5466.18 2810.66
Moreover, the data from NSE (provisional data) site is quite different from the NSDL site (final data).
NSE provisional data shows that on 8th May the FII sells -701 crs, but final data from NSDL shows 2810 cr buy. Why so much discrepancy??May 24, 2019 at 5:14 PM #128688
@sudipta.dey19, Nitin Sir told to refer only Equity / Stock Exchange Data. which were correct, check again, Thanks.
I think NSDL web site shows data of previous treading session, i.e. on 7th May Data of trade on 6th Day, please correct me if wrong..!May 24, 2019 at 8:05 PM #128705
Dear Nitin Ji,
Would like to understand why NSE and NSDL websites are showing different data for FII and DII Buy-Sell-Net as different values??
Which is reliable, in your learning sessions, you have refereed both in two different occasions!!
Please advise..May 25, 2019 at 2:08 AM #129246
Nse data is more reliable because it is exchange data .May 25, 2019 at 7:38 PM #130742
In nse site, FII DII Activity (https://www.nseindia.com/products/content/equities/equities/fii_dii_market_today.htm); there is a clause which I am copying directly
“This trade data is provisional and subject to change, For final FII data, please refer to NSDL website at https://www.fpi.nsdl.co.in/web/Reports/Latest.aspx”
Whatever SAD had asked, its really a big problem for me too. If you go through both the data u will find huge difference. If u go through the data of 07/05- NSE site (and all other) is showing
5,012.00 5,713.07 -701.07
But, NSDL is showing
8276.84 5466.18 2810.66
Thanks, plz go through the link and Data.May 25, 2019 at 7:43 PM #130744
I do completely agree with you. The date displaying on NSDL is reporting date and the data is one day later.
But please go through both the data, u will find my question.
As per my observation, the NSDL displayes both the NSE & BSE; I am also in doubt.
Ur question is also my question to Nitin sir.May 25, 2019 at 7:49 PM #130746
U may not believe that, several times (pause & play) I have tried to match the DATA which nitin sir has told. But at any circumstances, I cannot match them, after very bad headache I need to take pain killer. Since the day, (the video was posted) continuously I am trying to correlate and my mind is totally engaged here. As being a beginner, I am totally confused that what I am doing wrong.
Dear friend, if you kindly help me to fix this issued, I would be grateful to you.May 25, 2019 at 7:59 PM #130750
I can understand that, every1 may ask you for different topic. But, my humble request you, to share the excell sheet (data) which you refer here and how you are filling. It may sounds very silly, but u wont believe, since the video you posted, every night I need to finish the FII DII activity analysis by taking a pain killer only and having a big “zero” result. Every day I had tried to note the FII DII activity data from NSE site only(cash) and other reliable sites for derivative segment. After seeing your video (when my data has not matched) I go to NSDL site (where data update on next day- 1 day lagging); and I found (as SAD also mentioned), the Cash data is not far different from NSE.
Please help me (and us) to overcome this anomaly.May 25, 2019 at 9:46 PM #130776
Dear All Above participants,
After study, decided to follow NSDL data for FPI/FII Equity associated reports.
Now issue becomes how the same is reliable for DII+Retail+Client etc.?
Is NSDL is providing similar data??, if so, please share link or reference?
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