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On Monday’s episode, Kiran Jadhav, chairman and managing director, Kiran Jadhav & Associates and Parthiv Shah, Director-Business Development at Tracom Stock Brokers Pvt. Ltd. gave their views on Yes Bank, City Union Bank, Waterbase, DLF.

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Here are the edited excerpts of the interview:

Aman Panani: I have 100 shares of Yes Bank bought at Rs 358 apiece with a one-year-view. Should I hold or sell?

Parthiv Shah: I would recommend a switch to the RBL Bank due to the Yes Bank’s deteriorating asset quality.

Bhavit Pant: I bought 1,000 shares of Dwarikesh Sugar at Rs 78 apiece with a long-term view. Should I hold or sell?

Parthiv Shah: I don’t recommend the sector as such due to the seasonalities involved, but if an investor wants to take a call, companies like EID Parry and Balrampur Chini make better sense than the other mid-cap players.

Dilip Wankhede: I bought 36 shares of New India Assurance in the IPO at Rs 770 apiece. Should I hold or sell?

Parthiv Shah: I would recommend a switch from New India Assurance to HDFC Life.

Kiran Jadhav: I recommend an exit from the stock.

Arpit Maheshwari: I bought 1,000 shares of Waterbase at Rs 167 with a long-term view. Should I hold or sell?

Parthiv Shah: Waterbase at current valuations is a clear cut no from my side. I recommend switching to Avanti Feeds or Apex Frozen Foods instead.

Nilesh: I bought 500 shares of DLF at Rs 232 with a two-day-view. Should I hold or sell?

Kiran Jadhav: I recommend to accumulate the stock at current levels, with a stoploss of Rs 220.

Dhiraj Sawlani: I want to invest in CESC and PNB Housing with a long-term view. Is it the right time to invest?

Kiran Jadhav: The investor has two options for CESC. Invest now with a stoploss of Rs 980 or wait for a break-out above Rs 1,050-Rs 1,055. In case of PNB Housing, I would avoid the stock for now.

Manoj KV: I bought 100 shares of Avenue Supermarts at Rs 1,135 apiece with a long-term view. Should I hold or sell?

Parthiv Shah: I recommend a hold on the stock.

Mayur Sharma: Is it the right time to invest in Nucleus Software with a long-term view?

Parthiv Shah: Despite the good runup in the company, I would recommend a switch to Hexaware at current levels.

Bighnaraj Misra: I bought 320 shares of City Union Bank at Rs 162 apiece with a long-term view. Should I hold or sell?

Kiran Jadhav: I recommend to hold on the stock with a stoploss of Rs 165, with a target of over Rs 220 on the next three-four months.

Shotosh Swami: What is your view on L&T Finance?

Parthiv Shah: I would recommend long-term investors with a three-five-year-view to buy the stock.

Sunil Chahal: I bought 80 shares of RBL Bank at Rs 521 with a long-term view. Should I hold or sell?

Kiran Jadhav: I recommend to hold the stock with a stoploss of Rs 490.

Om Prakash Singh: Is it the right time to invest in AB Capital with a 20-year-view?

Parthiv Shah: I am extremely bullish on the stock for the next three-five years.

Amol Bagtia: I bought 200 shares of Jamna Auto at Rs 53.5. Should I hold or sell?

Kiran Jadhav: I believe this counter will continue to outperform, so I recommend a hold with a stoploss of Rs 60 and a review can be taken on Rs 78-80 levels.

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